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Today's e-Reads: SEALs Disciplined for Video Game Work

November 9, 2012

A group of Navy SEALs have been disciplined for consulting on a video game depicting commando-style raids called "Medal of Honor: Warfighter," CBS News reports.

E-commerce site Priceline will buy travel search and booking site Kayak for $1.8 billion, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Many Twitter users suspected a hack on Thursday upon receiving e-mails from the company suggested a password change, The New York Times reports. The company said the e-mails were just routine and not evidence of an attack.

DigiTimes reports that Foxconn, which is a leading manufacturer for Apple, is going to open several production plants in the U.S.

Google Ventures is increasing its investment fund to $300 million per year, Reuters reports.

NBC is taking product placement to the next level in a partnership with American Express that allows viewers to buy featured products on TV using a smartphone app, Advertising Age reports.

Forbes asks, what is Google's mysterious Niantic Project?

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