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Today's e-Reads: Verizon Strikers Head Back to Work; Apple Rejects Tracking Tool

Striking Verizon staffers go back to work on Monday night, but many of the issues could be unresolved, according to CNN.

Apple abandons a controversial tracking feature, The Wall Street Journal reports.

 

AT&T's decision to raise its text-message rates could play right into Apple's hands, Forbes says.

Unemployment is high, but a TechCrunch blogger argues that "the world is your oyster" if your are a coder in Silicon Valley.

The Daily News reports that Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., urged phone companies on Sunday to make it tougher to sell phones on the black market. He delivered his remarks outside an AT&T store in Manhattan.

 

Skype is planning to acquire GroupMe, which facilitates conferences calls and group texting, TechCrunch reports.

And don’t show this to your boss, but …

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