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Here's what we are reading about today: A possible LightSquared deal, more potential antitrust probes for Google, and of course, the AT&T-T-Mobile deal....

More on LightSquared, the hot new satellite provider: BusinessWeek says they've drawn the eye of Time Warner Cable.


As Google snaps up companies, does it face state antitrust probes? Bloomberg says Ohio and Wisconsin may check it out.

The Wall Street Journal wonders whether AT&T would be happy with just getting part of T-Mobile.

Why can’t you use your cell phone as a credit card yet? Money, of course, answers the New York Times.


Sprint is keeping up a brave face at the International CTIA Wireless Conference in Orlando, according to PCWorld.

Who has the master keys to the Web? CNET’s Privacy Inc. takes a look at a chink in the armor.

Google has a new online magazine, and Mashable says it’s visually beautiful.

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