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Today's e-Reads: Apps Track Friends Nearby; And Google Pays Hackers

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March 9, 2012

New apps help people find friends near them, The New York Times reports.

Google is paying hackers to attack its Web browser, VentureBeat reports.

How many rumors about the new iPad turned out to be true? The Washington Post takes a look.

 

The New York Times profiles the party-boy hacker who helped the FBI take down his colleagues.

Google is pressuring makers to use its mobile payment service, rather than those of competitors, Reuters reports.

At SXSW convention, panels will focus on how tech can change democracy, The Wall Street Journal reports.

AT&T is looking to sell its stake in Yellow Pages, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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