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Today's e-Reads: Blackberry Tries to Make Up for Outages

Research In Motion is giving corporate customers a month of free technical support as it tries to make up for last week's BlackBerry outages, Bloomberg reports.

RIM will also offer more than $100 in apps for free, according to the Associated Press.

 

Samsung has filed suit to stop the sale of the iPhone4s in Japan and Australia on intellectual-property grounds, according to Bloomberg.

Celebrities and politicians went to Steve Jobs's private memorial service, according to Reuters.

Amazon's Kindle Fire may be the first tablet to pose challenge to Apple's iPad, but the device also presents trade-offs for Amazon, according to Bloomberg.

 

And after making many bookstores obsolete, Amazon is doing the same to book publishers, The New York Times reports.

Another satellite is scheduled to fall to Earth in the next few weeks, according to USA Today.

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