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Today's e-Reads: FCC Ponders Cellphone Radiation; and Facebook Settles Ad Flap

The FCC is proposing to look into whether cellphone radition is dangerous, according to The Walll Street Journal.

Facebook will pay $10 million to charity to settle consumer lawsuit over "sponsored stories," in which user profile photos were embedded in ads without permission, Reuters reports.

 

Microsoft may be unveiling its own tablet computer on Monday, according to The Washington Post.

CNET reports that Amazon's cloud music services is licensed by the big four music labels to permit users to playback songs they already own, without uploading their music libraries.

The New York Times examines what's at stake with Apple's assault on Google's online mapping supremacy.

 

A growing number of app developers aren't old enough to drive, according to The Wall Street Journal.

SoundExchange will pass $1 billion paid out in royalties for digital music play, The New York Times reports.

After a record 15 months in Earth orbit, the unmanned Air Force X-37 space plan returns to earth, Wired reports.

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