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Today's e-Reads: With Great Tablet Computer Options Come Great Complications

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photo of Josh Smith
November 19, 2012

The proliferation of quality tablet computers could mean many complicated choices for consumers, The New York Times reports.

Facebook began rolling out a new tool designed to allow retailers to track Facebook users who purchase their products after viewing thei ads on the social network, Reuters reports.

Cisco plans to buy Meraki, another networking hardware company, for $1.2 billion, according to The Wall Street Journal.

For the first time, and Indian company, Wipro, has beat out American companies in Greenpeace’s green gadget guide, The Washington Post reports.

John McAfee, founder and namesake of the antivirus company, has started a blog while on the run from police in Belize, CNET reports.

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