Today's e-Reads: Louisiana Extends Sex-Offender Registration to Social Media

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A new Louisiana law requires sex offenders to register their status on social media, CNN reports.

Apple's voice-activated personal assistant Siri is a lifeline for Yelp and other content companies competing with Google, Reuters reports.

Google-owned Motorola Mobility looks for a way to settle a patent dispute with Microsoft, but Microsoft appears unmoved, Bloomberg reports.

Nonprofit Google.org is looking for ways to use technology to preserve dying languages, reports the Los Angeles Times.

Amazon seeks control of 76 new top-level domains, including .store and .app, CNET reports.

Microsoft's new mobile operating system includes a new wallet application for making payments, The New York Times reports.

Nokia tries to jumpstart its U.S. operations, the Wall Street Journal reports.

 

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