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Today's e-Reads: Google's Influence, And Americans Keep the Cords

The San Francisco Chronicle takes a hard look at the network of academics and advocacy groups that Google uses to exert its influence.

Despite the growth in Internet movies and TV, most Americans are still paying for television subscriptions, The New York Times reports.

 

Steve Jobs's last words were "Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow," according a eulogy published in The New York Times.

China denies that it's behind the hacking of U.S. environment-monitoring satellites, according to Reuters.

Bloomberg reports that MetroPCS may struggle to take on AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint as a national wireless competitor.

 

The Associated Press asks: Can Kodak save itself with a patent bonanza?

There's a zit for that: Federal regulators have taken on mobile apps that claim to use smartphones to treat acne, according to the Los Angeles Times.

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