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Today's e-Reads: Google's Prank Made Real; iPad TV Channel Fight

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April 4, 2011

Today's e-reads: The ingenuity of college students; a look at LightSquared's business model; and Obama uses social media to announce his reelection bid.

Who didn’t love Google’s April Fools' Day prank about Gmail motion? Guess what? Someone made it real.

Another look at LightSquared’s business model.

 

NASA delays shuttle launch until April 29 to avoid scheduling conflict.

Time Warner Cable added 19 TV channels to its TWCable iPad app, including CNN, Bravo, and ESPN News, after dropping Fox Cable, Discovery, and others.

Wireless Week on the RSA breach -- and don’t miss our own Josh Smith’s take on this.

BBC reports on a big cyberattack and PC Magazine explains how to avoid it.

Google officially has a new CEO, with co-founder Larry Page stepping in as Eric Schmidt moves to a new role as chairman.

Surprise, surprise. President Obama used social media to help announce his 2010 reelection bid.

The Wall Street Journal on industry skepticism about the AT&T-T-Mobile deal (subscription only).

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