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Today’s e-Reads: Apple Reports Big Profits, China Steps Up Net Censorship

Helped by strong sales of its iPhone in China, Apple’s profits nearly doubled in the last quarter, The New York Times reports.

China has stepped up its efforts to clamp down on the Internet in the wake of a scandal involving a Chinese official, according to the Wall Street Journal.

 

The former publisher of the Wall Street Journal is taking Apple’s side in the e-book price-fixing lawsuit filed by the Justice Department.

Former Vice President Al Gore has been recognized for his work in helping to promote the growth of the Internet by being inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame, Fox News reports.

Reuters reports on Canada’s efforts to take the lead in promoting payments via mobile phones.

 

The Washington Post examines whether Facebook mistimed its decision to go public.

PCWorld reports that users of Apple’s new iPad in Asia, Australia and Europe are reporting problems connecting to Wi-Fi networks.

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