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Today's e-Reads: Americans Spent 230,060 Years on Social Media in July

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Americans cumulatively spent 121 billion minutes--or 230,060 years--surfing social-media websites in July 2012, The Washington Post reports.

Computers aren't quite ready to replace doctors' abilities to diagnose, The New York Times finds.

A judge has denied an injunction in a patent fight between Microsoft and Motorola, according to The Wall Street Journal.

With a $120 million investment, Qualcomm will likely become Sharp's largest investor, Reuters reports.

NASA's 35-year-old Voyager 1 probe may be about to leave the solar system more than 11 billion miles from Earth, CNET says.

A judge has approved a settlement between Facebook and users who accused the social network of misusing their personal information, according to the San Jose Mercury News.

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