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Today’s e-Reads: Crisis at Hewlett-Packard; Facebook Users Unhappy With Pop-Ups

September 22, 2011

The Wall Street Journal reports that Hewlett-Packard’s board, unhappy with the company’s performance, is considering ousting Chief Executive Leo Apotheker. A San Jose Mercury News columnist argues that many of HP’s problems can be traced to its board of directors. 

The New York Times takes a look at Google's new system for using smartphones as wallets.

Hacker group Anonymous issued a statement saying that Sept. 24 will be a "day of vengeance” when it plans to launch a "series of cyberattacks against various targets including Wall Street, Corrupt Banking Institutions – and the NYC Police Department," according to TechCrunch.

 

Facebook users are up in arms over the "pop-up hell" unleashed by the social network's new changes, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

A new book that gathers former Apple CEO Steve Jobs's words was rushed into print after he announced his departure as the head of the company, ABC reports.

Data centers are secretive about their operations because security for their servers is so important, according to USA Today.

Swedish daycare centers have begun using GPS to track children, the Associated Press reports.

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