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Today's e-Reads: Consumers Not Sold on Mobile Banking

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April 18, 2012

Consumers worry abouty security in mobile banking, according to a survey cited by The New York Times.

In Facebook's deal to buy Instagram, CEO Mark Zuckerberg left the company's board in the dark, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Greenpeace thinks cloud computing services at Apple and Google are dirty, Bloomberg reports.

 

The New York Times examines technical fixes for wireless spectrum shortages.

Billionaire executives from Google and Oracle were in court to battle over patents, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Yahoo reported a 28-percent increase in earnings, according to The Washington Post.

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