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Today's e-Reads: A Cyberweapon Boom; Humans Keep Edge In Crosswords

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March 19, 2012

The United States is aggressively developing cyberweapons, The Washington Post reports.

Apple said Monday it is initiating a divided and plans to buy back shares,Reuters reports.

The New York Times says when it comes to crossword puzzles, humans still beat computers. For now.

 

As a percentage of GDP, the United Kingdom's Internet industry contributes the most of any major country, according to The Wall Street Journal.

NetZero plans to offer free, albeit limited, wireless Internet, the Associated Press reports.

Offering mobile games for free, then charging for extra features can net game makers more money than charging in the first place, The New York Times reports.

Disputes over conflicts of interest dog the company that oversees Internet domain names, according to The New York Times.

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