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Technology / TECHNOLOGY

Today's e-Reads: The Accidental Tweeter; A New Cause After Net Neutrality

May 2, 2011

Bin Laden’s hideout had no phone service nor any Internet connection. This turned out to be the key red flag for U.S. security experts.

Did an accidental tweeter witness the whole thing? And is he tired?

More on that here.

 

The military is embracing new consumer technology. And returning troops are turning to blogs.

What? A new cause after net neutrality? 

People love Google. And prospective investors may love Facebook.

A new deal means all products from Time Inc. will be free on the iPad.

The most popular apps are offered on multiple platforms.

Sony is offering freebies to woo customers after a massive data breach.

Genachowski covers the telecom policy waterfront in an extensive interview with Fortune.

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