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Today's e-Reads: Tech Companies Seek To Offer (Or Control) It All

photo of Josh Smith
February 13, 2012

Major tech companies are no longer content to offer one good or service. Rather, they all want to do everything, according to The New York Times.

Chinese authorities have seized some Apple iPads in a copyright dispute with a local company that says it owns the iPad name, the Associated Press reports.

Some start-ups want to help consumers monetize their personal data online, The New York Times reports.

 

The Indian government is investigating whether Google and Yahoo violated foreign-exchange laws, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Iran insists its nuclear facilities are immune to cyberattacks, the Associated Press reports.

Apple is escalating its legal fight against Samsung's top smartphone, according to The Wall Street Journal.

NASA has shut down its last mainframe computer, CNET reports.

Comedian Jimmy Kimmel's online success has some broadcast executives worried, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Some customers are grumpy about AT&T limits on "limitless" plans, Huffington Post reports.

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