Congress OKs Internet war; Microsoft upgrading all IEs; LightSquared still affects GPS; Facebook-Greenpeace truce; RIM buyers scarce; TI moving to Nasdaq
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• Congress OKs Internet war at Pentagon, Wired says. Read more details here.
• Microsoft is upgrading all Internet Explorer browsers. TechCrunch has the details. Read more details here.
• LightSquared signal still interferes with GPS, The Wall Street Journal reports. Read more details here.
• Facebook, Greenpeace reach truce over data center power, The AP reports. Read more details here.
• Research In Motion’s botched tablet launch is hurting stock price, Bloomberg says. Read more details here.
• Texas Instruments moving to Nasdaq in cost-cutting move, Bloomberg reports. Read more details here.
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