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Today's e-Reads: T-Mobile to Buy MetroPCS?

October 3, 2012

T-Mobile USA is in talks to buy its smaller rival MetroPCS, a move the Wall Street Journal says would strengthen T-Mobile after its failed bid last year to be acquired by AT&T.

Bloomberg reports that even if T-Mobile merges with Metro PCS, it will still struggle to keep up with larger rivals such as Verizon, AT&T and Sprint.

Facebook is seeking to reassure advertisers that it is focused on making the social media site a good platform for advertising, according to The New York Times.

Mashable reports on how social media and other technologies are transforming politics.

CNN reports that no tech leader has managed to step in and fill the shoes left by the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

Samsung is seeking to throw out the copyright infringement ruling against the company in a case involving Apple, saying the jury foreman had a conflict of interest, CNET reports.

Hewlett-Packard's continued strength in printers is giving CEO Meg Whitman breathing room to figure out how to come up with plan to make the company more competitive, Reuters reports.

The Mercury News reports that the new iPhone 5 is popular with thieves.

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