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Today's e-Reads: CES This Week, and SCOTUS Revisits Indecency

More than 140,000 people are expected to flock to this week's Consumer Electronics Show, but is the flashy tech event losing its clout? The New York Times says yes.

The Supreme Court  hears arguments on Tuesday about whether the FCC can still be the indecency police. Both The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal have previews.

 

Entrepreneurs are lining up to take advantage of the flood of new domain names scheduled to be released this week, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Consumers will buy more than $1 trillion in electronics this year, according to Silicon Valley's Mercury News.

The Navy is changing requirements for its Next Generation Enterprise Network, perhaps threatening Hewlett-Packard’s hold on the $1.5 billion-a-year communications contract, The Washington Post reports.

 

Five years to the day after Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone, Apple's smartphone still dominates sales, despite some decline, CNET reports.

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