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Today's e-Reads: Video Chat Brings Holiday Cheer; LaHood Shuns Cell Driving Ban

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December 22, 2011

Video chat technology is revolutionizing holiday rituals, according to the New York Times.

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says he doesn't support a ban on using cellphones while driving, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Microsoft says it won't participate in the Consumer Electronics Show after 2012, the Washington Post reports.

 

Facebook says it wants to start acting more like a blue-chip business as it prepares for an IPO, according to the Wall Street Journal.

A survey of Twitter reveals an unhappy world, according to USA Today.

Reuters reports that Yahoo is looking to unload some of its assets in Asia.

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