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Today's e-Reads: Online Retailers Seek Same-Day Delivery, and the Pope Joins Twitter

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December 3, 2012

The Wall Street Journal describes how online retailers are racing each other in a costly effort to make same-day delivery a reality.

The pope will be joining Twitter with the handle @pontifex, but don't expect him to follow you, Reuters reports.

The taxi app Uber is facing a broad regulatory crackdown from governments across the country, The New York Times says.

Apple has started selling "unlocked" iPhone5 smartphones, which are sold without carrier subsidies, according to The Washington Post.

The Internet in Syria was up and running again on Sunday after a two-day outage, possibly caused by the embattled government, CNET reports.

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