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Today's e-Reads: What New iPad?

March 15, 2012

The new iPad reviews are in, and The New York Times says while Apple's latest tablet is better, it's not drastically so.

Yahoo may have the upper hand in its patent fight with Facebook, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The social sharing site Pinterest is expanding, but legal issues cloud the success, The Washington Post reports.

 

Is style the key to the problems with Google+? The New York Times' Nick Bilton thinks so.

Google’s working on a version of its Chrome Internet browser that will run on Windows 8, Microsoft’s latest operating system, Mashable reports.

The latest South by Southwest conference proves that startups don't need to woo techies before the general public, according to The New York Times.

The Securities and Exchange Commission took action against the online trading platform SharesPost and two private funds for offering Facebook shares, Reuters reports.

China is expected to surpass the United States in smart phone shipments this year, according to IDG News Service.

Top Democrats on the Energy and Commerce Committee want Apple to brief them on their concerns about the privacy of iPhone apps, Computerworld reports.

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