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Today's e-Reads: Yahoo Keeps Your Info Longer; Twitter Wants Tweetdeck

Yahoo says it will start keeping records of user search requests for 18 months instead of three months under the current policy.

The New York Times profiles the people and money behind online poker and their efforts to gain legitimacy despite U.S. laws aimed at barring online gambling.

 

Twitter is looking to broaden its business beyond those 140 characters and is in talks to buy Tweetdeck, which offers a popular program to manage and read Tweets.

U.S. companies are once again complaining to U.S. trade officials about steps the Chinese government is taking to get them to transfer their technology to domestic firms.

Sprint strikes a deal to use Clearwire’s fourth-generation wireless network.

 

The twin former Harvard classmates of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg have asked an appeals court to reconsider a federal judge’s decision that found their 2008 settlement with Zuckerberg must stand.

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