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Today's e-Reads: Phone-Hacking Roundup; Facebook Earns Low Marks

July 19, 2011

Rupert Murdoch faces Parliament over the phone-hacking scandal.

Reuters examines Murdoch's "hands-on" management style, while Bloomberg reports that News Corp. may be looking to replace the media baron.

The hacker group LulzSec targeted News Corp. on Monday, posting a fake article claiming the death of Murdoch on one of the company's newspaper sites.

 

Many cell phones in the United States are vulnerable to hacking.

Google says it will support HTC after the phone manufacturer lost a critical patent fight to Apple.

Facebook ranks low in user satisfaction surveys. Is that an opening for Google?

iPad and Mac computer sales lift profits at Apple, where the iPhone 4 is aging.

A Firefox developer tests browsers on a subject who has never used the Internet before--and he finds all the programs pretty confusing.

The Chinese Internet giant Baidu makes a deal with record labels to stream music free.

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