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Today's e-Reads: Amazon Gets High Fashion; U.S., China Talk Cyber Cooperation

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May 8, 2012

Amazon is trying to break into the high-end fashion market, The New York Times reports.

The Pentagon says it will collaborate more with China on cybersecurity, according to the Associated Press.

The race is on to develop an Instagram-like app for sharing video from mobile devices, The Wall Street Journal reports.

 

Minorities and younger people are more likely to own smartphones, according to Nielsen data reported by The Washington Post.

Yahoo's CEO has apologized for lying on his resume, but rebuffed calls for him to step down, the Associated Press reports.

People now use Facebook on their mobile devices more than they use it on computers, Reuters reports.

Nevada has given Google the first license to test its driverless cars, according to The Washington Post.

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