Monday's CNET Update:
Stories from today's tech news roundup:
. He faced $4 million in fines and 50 years in prison for chargest hat he stole millions of academic papers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and from JSTOR. In the wake of his death, Internet activist Aaron Swartz, 26, committed suicide of the school's role in the events before he took his life. MIT is conducting an investigation to Swartz by posting links to copyright-protected papers on Twitter, to honor his campaign for open access to documents on the Internet.
Researchers have paid tribute
- Samsung's Galaxy S smartphones have
. The first model launched in May 2010.
crossed the 100 million sales mark
- Apple is cutting back on screen orders for the iPhone 5,
, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
possibly due to weak demand
- Marketing agencies are seeing the
with teenager opinion surveys, according to Forbes.
iPhone slipping in popularity
- Audiobooks.com is
of $25 a month. Instead, it's moving to a plan similar to Audible, where $15 a month gets you one audio book, and $23 offers two books for the month.
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