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Today’s e-Reads: Cord Cutters Rising; Apple Sitting on Lots of Cash

More Americans are “cutting the cord,” doing all their TV viewing online, analysts tell Broadcasting & Cable.

What you say on social media may hamper your search for a new job, The New York Times warns.

 

San Francisco is one step away from requiring warnings about the possible dangers posed by radiation from cell phones, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Apple is sitting on a pile of cash, prompting speculation on what the tech maker will do with its $76 billion stash, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Big prices for some of newest tech stocks are prompting fears of another tech bubble, according to USA Today.

 

The Taliban has been hacked, and they quickly blamed the United States.

Apple or Google may try to buy up a mobile technology company to boost their patent portfolios, Bloomberg reports.

A New Mexico man has been charged with stealing confidential documents from AT&T and posting them online, The Wall Street Journal reports.

One year after establishing LightSquared, the company's CEO remains optimistic, CNET finds.

 
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