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Today's e-Reads: Apple Takes a Bite Out Of the Market

Regulators rejection of LightSquared’s plan to deploy a national wireless broadband network leaves the company’s top investor, Philip Falcone, with few options to salvage his investment in the company, Business Week reports.  Read National Journal’s latest coverage of the issue here.

The Securities and Exchange Commission says shareholders of AT&T and other telecommunications companies must be given a chance to vote on resolutions supporting expanding net neutrality rules to wireless carriers, according to Bloomberg. 

 

A team of European and U.S. mathematicians and cryptographers have found a flaw in the encryption used to secure most online activities including Internet shopping and banking, The New York Times reports.

The FCC is set to approve new rules aimed at cracking down on robocalls, USA Today reports.

Apple has passed Samsung as the world’s biggest vendor of smartphones, according to Fox News.

 

A ZDNet columnist outlines why he believes Apple CEO Tim Cook is the right person to lead the company as it evolves into one of the world’s leading companies.

Apple's size is making it difficult to gauge the the true success of the stock market, according to The Wall Street Journal.

A second city in China has banned the sale of iPads in an escalating trademark fight, according to The New York Times.

Amazon's Prime service has attracted fewer subscribers than expected, Bloomberg reports.

 

Toy makers are rolling out games and toys that connect with mobile devices, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The website for Nasdaq and another stock exchange were attacked by hackers, Reuters reports.

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