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Today’s e-Reads: Experts Weigh Jobs’ Departure, Tech Women Make Forbes’ List

The Wall Street Journal examines Tim Cook, successor to Steve Jobs as Apple CEO, while the Financial Times details the challenges facing the company without Jobs. 

Bloomberg reports that Jobs’ exit might provide a boost for Apple rivals Sony and Nokia. And the San Jose Mercury News looks at Jobs’ impact on Silicon Valley. 

 

Is T-Mobile getting the latest iPhone too? Some analysts say the iPhone 5 will be great for Apple, but not for Sprint, according to the International Business Times.

Some tech executives including Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg made it onto Forbes’ list of the "World's 100 Most Powerful Women."

China may have revealed details about cyber attacks on other countries in a clip on state-run TV, according to The Washington Post. 

 

The hacker group Anonymous is making things personal by releasing what it says are nude pictures of the San Francisco transit authority spokesman who first suggested shutting down cellphone service during protests.

A court ruled against Verizon customers who sued the company over allegedly fraudulent charges on their phone bills, Reuters reports.

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