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Today's e-Reads: Batteries Lag Wireless Technology; and Should Facebook Pay You?

photo of Josh Smith
February 6, 2012

Underperforming batteries mean that smartphones struggle to keep up with the latest wireless networks, the The Wall Street Journal reports.

A New York Times writer thinks that Facebook should pay users to upload content.

Google and Facebook removed content from some of their websites after an Indian court ordered the sites to block objectionable religious material, Reuters reports.

 

Internet-freedom activists are turning their focus to international anticounterfeiting treaties, according to The New York Times.

Even as more and more people move to mobile devices, Facebook is struggling to make money from mobile users, The New York Times reports.

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