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Today’s e-Reads: Google Mulls New Offerings; China Rejects U.S. Cyber Claims

Can Google do it all? The Wall Street Journal says it could add "video and phone service in a mirror of offerings from cable and telecom companies." 

China bristles at U.S. accusations of cyber espionage, Reuters reports. 

 

Google made sweeping changes to its search algorithm to make results more timely, according to The New York Times.

India is making it easier for phone companies to merge. 

Europe is probing whether Apple and Samsung breached antitrust law with their patent infringement claims against one another.

 

Despite doubts, investors have been falling over themselves to get a piece of Groupon's IPO, The Times reports.

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