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Today's e-Reads: The Inventor of the Remote Control Dies at 96

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May 25, 2012

The inventor of the remote control dies at 96, The New York Times reports.

Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, doesn't think Verizon's plan to acquire spectrum from cable operators will restrict competition, Broadcasting & Cable reports. If Verizon does divest spectrum as part of the cable deal, there are plenty of interested buyers, reports TeleGeography.

The privately owned Dragon spacecraft is set to dock with the International Space Station, the AP reports.

 

Bloomberg reports that Microsoft is the most prolific sender of copyright takedown notices to Google.

Yahoo launches a new, mobile-optimized browser, the Washington Post reports.

Facebook releases a camera app for iPhone that looks like an Instagram clone, reports Slashgear.

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