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Today's e-Reads: Companies Boost IT; And Facebook Faces Data Dilemma

In a time of cost-cutting, companies are seeking a competitive edges by investing in IT, The Wall Street Journal reports.

User information holds potential benefits, and risks for Facebook, The New York Times reports. 

 

WikiLeaks is publishing e-mails from an intelligence firm that was hacked last year, according to The New York Times.

A judge ruled AT&T unfairly slowed data speeds for a customer with unlimited plan, the Associated Press reports.

The NSA wants a bigger role in government cybersecurity efforts, The Wall Street Journal reports.

 

Protectionist taxes in Argentina make it hard to get electronics like the iPhone, according to The Wall Street Journal.

CNN takes a look at ways wireless carriers are squeezing more traffic onto their spectrum.

Google may start producing a tablet computer as soon as April, CNET reports.

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