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Today's e-Reads: The Value of IBM; HP Bickers With Oracle

September 30, 2011

IBM on Thursday passed Microsoft as the second-most-valuable tech company for the first time, Bloomberg reports.

Google dropped its lawsuit over a government cloud computing contract after officials agreed to reconsider the bids, according to Bloomberg.

Hacker group Anonymous is targeting corporate financial information, CNET says.

 

A Homeland Security Department official says that industry becomes increasingly vulnerable to cyberattcks as companies connect machinery to the Internet, the Associated Press reports.

Hewlett-Packard and Oracle are bickering. The Wall Street Journal recounts the war of words.

BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion is struggling to shift from its heavy corporate focus, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Netflix’s foray into Latin America faces tough competitors, insufficient broadband availability, and lower incomes, Bloomberg finds.

Television networks have begun launching iPad apps that viewers can play with while they watch their favorite shows, The Wall Street Journal reports.

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