Today’s e-Reads: China Ups Pressure on Businesses to Censor Net
China is stepping up its pressure on businesses, including those with U.S. partners, to censor the Internet, according to The New York Times.
Computerworld examines the success of statistical modeling techniques in predicting the results of this year’s presidential election.
Mashable reports on next month’s World Conference on International Telecommunications and worries that the International Telecommunication Union may adopt new Internet regulations.
The Wall Street Journal profiles the two women picked to lead Microsoft’s Windows software division.
Communications companies like AT&T see new business opportunities in providing cybersecurity services, Reuters reports.
Analysts are giving a variety of reasons for why Apple’s stock has sunk in recent weeks, including management changes and supply chain issues, CNNMoney says.
Google has started to connect Kansas City, Kan., residents to its superfast Internet service, CNET reports.