Today’s e-Reads: We know you aren’t going to get any work done today, so here we go with the latest offerings from Google and news that Apple will acquire Sprint.
Losing the keyboard at Google.
Sprint finds a savior after the AT&T/T-Mobile deal.
Ways to use your smartphone creatively at work.
A killer Easter Treat from ThinkGeek.
The Huffington Post's answer to The New York Times's paywall http://www.huffingtonpost.com/arianna-huffington/a-word-about-digital-subs_b_843385.html.
OK, there actually is some real news out there, if you’ve gotten this far.
We checked, and this one isn’t a joke: Google is working on an app to ID people by their faces, CNN says.
Network World weighs in, too.
The Los Angeles Times has an opinion on the Federal Trade Commission’s action against Google Buzz.
Google’s woes in China: Chinese online media company is dropping it, and Gmail is a pain to use there.
Here’s a possible reason: The New York Times reviews a book showing where Google went wrong in trying to get a foothold in China, including not trusting its own engineers.
Silicon Alley Insider: Time Warner Cable will remove 11 channels from its iPad app after pressure from TV channels.