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Today's e-Reads: Weighing In on AT&T-T-Mobile Bid; Rent-a-Spy

The Justice Department has decided to pursue an in-depth investigation of AT&T's plan to buy T-Mobile USA, Reuters says, citing a source familiar with the deal.

Sprint Nextel is taking its battle against the merger to West Virginia. 


AT&T's response.

Nearly 3,000 people have something to say about the AT&T bid, The Washington Post reports.

AP reports on a federal lawsuit alleging that Atlanta-based Aaron's loaded computers with spyware to track the keystrokes made by people renting its computers and even take webcam images of them.


A venture known as Isis, formed by AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and T-Mobile USA, is being scaled back. It would have competed with Visa and MasterCard for mobile transactions.

An Appeals Court says that software-maker Novell can proceed with an antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft. 

Lost in translation, literally.

Microsoft's Bing will be the default search enginefor BlackBerrys, The Wall Street Journal reports.


Wall Street traders are using computer programs to monitor Twitter and other social-media sites, USA Today reports.

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