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E-Reads:Lust for iPads,Weather Balloons

What we're reading today: more objections to the AT&T-T-Mobile merger; what we don't know about the SecurID breach; and why you want that new iPad so bad....

The Economist is against the AT&T merger, saying the market is already not competitive enough.


Channel Register accuses RSA of sitting on information about the cyberattack on its SecurID system.

Folks are lining up to buy the new iPad, Reuters reports.

How badly do you want one? Digital Life offers six psychological reasons why you really want that iPad2.


Are you worried about cell phone radiation? Technolog recounts how Apple’s Steve Jobs wasn’t interested in an app from Tawkon that would let you measure radiation from your phone. See also Tawkon’s original blog post on this.

Australia is delaying its national broadband effort while it gets more wired up, AFP reports.

Do you like accurate weather forecasts? The American Geophysical Union is blogging about efforts to defund NOAA’s weather satellites. Without the satellites, 2010’s Snowmageddon would have been underestimated by 10 inches.

Bored at work today? You could buy a tie with a handy pillow built right in or a clock that always says it’s lunchtime.

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