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Today's e-Reads: Microsoft Loses $6.2 Billion In Online Ad Gamble

Microsoft is writing down $6.2 billion from its Internet division, the Associated Press reports.

A court has ordered Twitter to hand ovver messages sent by an Occupy Wall Street protester, according to The New York Times.

 

The CEO of the online gaming site Full Tilt Poker was arrested on charges related to a Ponzi scheme, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Accused of online piracy, Megaupload's founder has gained a cult following, The New York Times reports.

A judge has denied Samsung's bid to lift a ban on the sale of its tablet computers in the U.S. amid a patent fight with Apple, according to Reuters.

 

Scientists say they have discovered evidence of the fabled "God particle," USA Today reports.

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