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Today's e-Reads: Study Says Active Video Games Don't Equal Active Kids

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June 25, 2012

Those "active" video games? Turns out they may not be any better at getting kids off the couch, a new study finds.

Microsoft tried for years to get other manufacturers to build a competitive tablet before unveiling one of its own, The New York Times reports.

The Justice Department's dispute with Apple and e-book publishers is heating up, The Washington Post reports.

 

Lawyers are learning the ropes of new cybersecurity threats, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Library efforts to lend e-books are plagued by confusion, The Washington Post reports.

Here it comes: BlackBerry maker Research in Motion is considering splitting into two businesses, Reuters reports.

Google's CEO is assuring employees that he's healthy, according to Bloomberg.

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