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Today’s e-Reads: Apple Offers Aussies Refunds

Apple is offering Australian buyers of its latest iPad a refund after an Australian regulator accused the company of false advertising, Reuters reports.

Apple CEO Tim Cook met with China’s vice premier in Beijing and discussed intellectual property and other issues, according to the Wall Street Journal.


Facebook says Yahoo’s patent infringement lawsuit could have a real impact on the social networking site’s business as it prepares to go public, Bloomberg reports.

The New York Times explores whether Comcast’s new streaming service could violate the FCC’s net neutrality rules.

The Wall Street Journal reports that marketers and some retailers are resisting the FTC’s call for them to delete customer information after a transaction is completed.


Security firm AVG has released a do-not-track feature that runs on Windows, PCWorld reports.

ZDNet says the 10 percent stake in Sharp that Hon Hai, owner of Apple’s Chinese manufacturer Foxconn, could help Apple in its battles with Samsung.

ViaSat and HughesNet and other broadband satellite providers are expanding their service in rural areas, according to USA Today.

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