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Today's e-Reads: Video Fuels Jump in Data Traffic

Bandwidth hungry users are consuming more and more data, with video site Netflix responsible for one-third of the demand in North America, the Washington Post reports.

Verizon to waive charges for text and voice mobile call use to victims of Hurricane Sandy between October 29 and November 16, CNET reports.

Foxconn chairman Terry Gou said the Chinese manufacturer is having a hard time keeping up with demand for iPhones, Reuters reports.

Bradley Manning, the soldier accused of giving secrets with WikiLeaks, is offering to admit to some of the charges in the hopes of getting a reduced sentence, Wired reports.

A picture of President Barack Obama hugging his wife Michelle is the most-liked Facebook picture of all time, and the most retweeted on Twitter, Slate reports.

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