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Today's e-Reads: HP Tops Apple Computer Sales; Markey Wants Police Tracking Details

May 3, 2012

HP overtook Apple as first place in computer sales, The Washington Post reports.

Rep. Ed Markey, D-Mass., wants more details about phone carriers that help police track people, The New York Times reports.

Still smarting from AT&T's failed bid to buy T-Mobile, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson says the market can't support all the current carriers, according to The Wall Street Journal.

 

As sales of its smartphones rise, will Samsung ditch Android?

The FCC took the wraps off bidding rules for its reverse auction designed to bring 3G and 4G coverage to underserved rural areas, reports PC World.

Researchers contend that Skype knew about a flaw that could track people a year ago, The Wall Street Journal reported.

The FTC is seeking answers from alcohol marketers on how they are using digital  media for promotions, McClatchy reports.

USA Today says to keep an eye out for this weekend's "Super Moon," when the full Moon will be closest to the earth.

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