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Today’s e-Reads: Google Rivals Join to Sell Ads; U.S., Aussies Make Cyber Pact

In a bid to challenge Google’s dominance, AOL, Microsoft, and Yahoo will join together to sell ads on each other’s sites, The Wall Street Journal reports

Verizon said the costs from recent storms, including Hurricane Irene, and a strike by its workers will cost the company $250 million this quarter. 

 

The U.S. and Australia have added cyberwar to a defense treaty, meaning that one country could respond if the other is attacked, according to Reuters.

Facebook is likely to delay any public stock offering until late 2012, the Financial Times reports.

In a column for The Hill, the head of the American Antitrust Institute says that the government is right to try and stop AT&T’s merger with T-Mobile.

 

Twitter will now be available in five additional languages--simplified and traditional Chinese, Hindi, Tagalog, and Malay--in addition to the dozen it already offers, Mashable reports.

Following a complaint from a French anti-racism group, Apple has removed an application called “Jew or Not Jew?” from its French apps store that allowed people to search a database of celebrities and other public figures to see whether they are Jewish, according to the Associated Press.

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