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Today's e-Reads: Corporate Espionage Goes Social, and Patent Fights Get Personal

Corporate spies are increasingly trolling through social media sites to find a competitive edge, according to Bloomberg.

The San Jose Mercury News details a courthouse meeting on Monday between Google CEO Larry Page and Oracle Chief Larry Ellison, who are trying to settle a patent lawsuit filed by Oracle.

 

Samsung may try to block iPhone sales in Europe as it continues its patent fight with Apple, Reuters reports.

Mashable takes a look at Google's new mobile wallet service.

CNET reports that Verizon this month will begin slowing the speeds of its most active 3G data users.

 

The daily deal market is slowing down, according to CNET.

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