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Today's e-Reads: West Virginia Gives AT&T Merger A Thumbs Up; Are 'Digital Blackwaters' Coming Soon?

August 1, 2011

West Virginia approves the AT&T merger with T-Mobile, making it the third state to do so.

Apple, Google, and Microsoft are in a mad scramble to snap up patents for smartphones, The New York Times reports.

Are private cyberwar companies a good idea? Former National Security Agency head Michael Hayden says it’s a possibility.

 

Tech companies use perks to attract workers to less desirable cities, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Europe's largest phone company and the owner of T-Mobile, Deutsche Telekom, is planning to reduce its employees to cut costs, Bloomberg reports.

A slow economy and advances in technology keep power usage at data centers less than expected, according to The New York Times.

China censors coverage of a fatal train crash.

Apple wins a dispute over the ipods.com domain name, with the World Intellectual Property Organization siding with the tech company, Mashable reports.

An Internet archivist is now working to collect every book ever written, the AP reports.

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