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Today's e-Reads: Google Chrome Makes Its Mark,Online Gambling Could Be a Boon

Although Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is still the most popular Internet browser, Google’s Chrome made impressive strides in 2011 and is now the second-most-used browser worldwide, Mashable reports.

Tech companies such as Facebook, Zynga, Apple, and Google could be among those profiting from online gambling, the The Wall Street Journal reports.

 

Googe is starting to market itself, according to the The New York Times. And it has launched its first website exclusively dedicated to politics and elections.

CNN rates the seven Republican presidential candidates’ online campaigns by examining everything from the number of Twitter followers they have to the information they share online.

Forbes suggests that the fight over antipiracy legislation boils down to generational differences between those who understand the Internet and those who don't.

 

Sprint has given LightSquared another 30 days to try to get approval for its wireless network, the The Wall Street Journal reports.

China’s information-technology ministry has issued rules meant to improve competitive practices, the The Wall Street Journal says.

A California judge has allowed an online privacy lawsuit against Facebook to proceed, according to Forbes.

ZDNet predicts nine trends within the tech industry in 2012. For instance: Most businesses will look to the cloud first for their software needs.

 
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