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Today's e-Reads: Google Beats Facebook as Top Internet Site, Apple Grabs Headlines

Google was the top Internet destination in 2011, according to CNET.

Apple dominated the top business headlines in 2011,  The Wall Street Journal says.

 

The Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba has hired a Washington lobbying firm, signaling that it may be making a play for Yahoo, Reuters reports.

Churches are churning out custom apps to better connect with their congregations, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Members of Anonymous claim responsibility for hacking a veterans-owned website, The New York Times reports.

 

A la carte channels may be the key if Apple wants to break into the TV market, VentureBeat reports.

AT&T officially closed its $1.9 billion spectrum buy with Qualcomm, the Los Angeles Times reports.

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