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Today's e-Reads: Google+ Allows Pseudonyms, and AT&T Pays Up

Megaupload may be shut down, but people claiming to be part of Anonymous say they’re setting up a similar cyberlocker.

AT&T and T-Mobile have asked the Federal Communications Commission for formal permission to transfer $1 billion worth of spectrum that’s part of AT&T’s “fine” for failing to make the takeover happen, The Wall Street Journal reports.

 

It’s evidently not going to mess anything up, but a big solar flare is headed our way. NASA has some images.

Analysts expect Apple to report big earnings, according to The Washington Post.

Is your beloved BlackBerry in danger, as two leaders of Research in Motion leave? The Wall Street Journal says don’t look for big changes.

 

Here’s your best career path to making $100,000 or more: Silicon Valley.

Reversing an earlier decision, Google says it will allow pseudonyms on Google+, according to The New York Times.

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