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Today's e-Reads: Google's Marketing Goes Old School

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March 27, 2012

Google is turning to old-fashioned advertizing on TV and in magazines and newspapers, The Wall Street Journal reports.

A study says many top private banks have only an "amateurish" presence on social media, The New York Times reports.

Facing problems from labor practices to trademark disputes, Apple CEO Tim Cook is traveling in China, according to The Wall Street Journal.

 

Is "tech saturation" rewiring our brains?

Australia has blocked the Chinese telecom giant Huawei from a broadband project over security fears, Reuters reports.

The Washington Post has some tips for avoiding shady apps.

Regulators in Australia have accused Apple of false advertising for its new iPad, Reuters reports.

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