Today's e-Reads: The United Kingdom Gets Big Brother

Josh Smith

People in Britain are protesting proposed plans to allow intelligence agencies to monitor the communications of every person in the country, according to The New York Times.

Foxconn's chairman is promising to raise wages and decrease working hours at the company's factories, Reuters reports.

As people use smartphones for health information, advertisers are taking note, The New York Times reports.

Google really likes April Fools' Day. USA Today rounds up the company's jokes.

If you think ditching TV means avoiding political ads, think again.

The latest iPad beats all comers in Consumer Reports ratings, The Washington Post reports.