Today's e-Reads: Google, Dish Held Talks About Launch of Wireless Network
Google and Dish have had talks about a creating a mobile network to be operated on spectrum held by the satellite company, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Apple and Samsung can expand their patent-infringement claims against each other to include new products, Bloomberg says.
Verizon and Time Warner plan to inform broadband customers of online activity that appears to be in violation of copyright laws, but it won't disconnect repeat offenders, CNET reports.
Uber--the smartphone dispatched car service--faces regulation in major U.S. cities, according to The Wall Street Journal.
All Things Digital reports that online deals Groupon is shifting its approach to allow consumers to search for coupons for products they want, rather than wait for offers to arrive via e-mail.
The Tribune Co. could exit bankruptcy if the Federal Communications Commission approves the transfer of the troubled media company's broadcast licenses to new owners, Bloomberg reports.