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Today’s e-Reads: Cook Reveals Little About Apple’s Future Plans, Romney’s App Flub

During his debut appearance as Apple CEO at the All Things D conference, Tim Cook promised much and revealed little, including whether the firm will begin making Apple TVs, The New York Times reports.

Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s campaign flubbed the rollout of its iPhone app by misspelling “America,” Mashable reports.

 

Facebook’s stock continued to slide as investors have doubts about its stock’s future value, the Wall Street Journal reports. 

After eliminating its “adult services” section in 2010, ads promoting prostitution have begun reappearing on Craigslist sites in some cities, Bloomberg reports.

A CNET columnist says Facebook’s best days may be behind it unless it can figure out how to make money off its mobile app.

 

The U.K. Supreme Court rejected WikiLeaks  founder Julian Assange’s appeal of Sweden’s extradition order to face sexual assault charges, ComputerWorld reports.

Bathrooms are emerging as the latest venue for new tech gadgets, USA Today reports.

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