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Today's e-Reads: AT&T Rivals Seek Merger Documents, and Siri Goes Bananas

The Washington Post reports on a fight over cloud contracts for the federal government.

AT&T is sparring with its rivals over access to confidential business information during the T-Mobile merger court case, Bloomberg reports.

 

The sale of 4 million new iPhones in three days was a reassuring sign for investors who doubted Apple, according to Reuters. But Siri, Apple’s voice-activated personal assistant on new iPhones, is causing connectivity problems.

The New York Times reviews the play The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs.

The International Trade Commission rules that Apple didn’t violate HTC’s patents, The Wall Street Journal reports.

 

Use Facebook on a daily basis? You probably don’t worry much about privacy issues, according to a USA Today/Gallup poll.

Napster co-founder and one-time Facebook president Sean Parker says Facebook’s lack of content controls is driving “power users” to Google+ and Twitter, The Telegraph reports.

Software companies operating in Europe are losing billions of dollars to piracy, according to Bloomberg.

The Associated Press says freebies, including apps and tech support, might not appease BlackBerry customers angry over service outages.

 

Reuters recounts the history of the #Occupy hashtag on Twitter.

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