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Today's e-Reads: Some Go After Microsoft, Others Buddy Up

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November 9, 2011

Former national-security offical Richard Clarke says that American cybersecurity weakness should deter leaders from going to war, the Associated Press reports.

Microsoft, AOL, and Yahoo have partnered to sell each other's ads, according to Reuters.

Barnes and Noble has been lobbying government regulators to investigate Microsoft's patents and Android operating systems, Bloomberg reports.

 

The New York Times wonders if apps are making cookbooks obsolete.

The head of Twitter's PR tweets that he's leaving.

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