"Microsoft COO Kevin Turner refuses to lose: Microsoft is delivering innovation faster than anyone can embrace it and doubling down on devices and services, Turner said during a keynote at the company's Worldwide Partner Conference." CNET News 2:28 PM
"Microsoft COO Turner says even more innovation is coming this year" PCWorld 3:13 PM
"Microsoft settles 3,265 software piracy cases in US and abroad" Microsoft 8:32 AM
"Microsoft settled 3,265 software piracy cases in 43 countries during its last fiscal year" The Next Web 8:32 AM
"Microsoft Preaches XP Conversion: Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is eagerly charging toward a 'devices and services' future. First, he'll have to take care of more than 160 million users who are stuck on Windows XP." InformationWeek 9:06 AM
"Microsoft's Launches 'Smart Cities' Initiative: Microsoft's CityNext aims to help cities use cloud services and big data to cut costs and improve services." InformationWeek 4:20 PM
"How Microsoft is using live data to redefine the Office 'document'" PCWorld 8:59 AM
"Microsoft's real-money Xbox Live transition a costly move: The prices consumers were previously paying for Xbox Live content are going up now that Microsoft is transitioning away from its Microsoft Points." CNET News 9:26 AM
"Hackers hitting Microsoft Windows flaw revealed by Google researcher" V3 8:33 AM
"Icahn to Dell stockholders: get shares apprasied" USA Today 9:34 AM
"Will Dell Make A Profit With The New Data Protection Product?" Seeking Alpha 9:35 AM
"Dell Wyse adds server provisioning to WSM deployment tool" V3 8:33 AM
"Dell, HP to talk cloud transition at Structure:Europe" GigaOM 6:31 PM
"To stop losing share, IBM must see itself as customers, competitors do" Worcester Telegram 9:43 AM
"IBM And Big Data Disruption: Insider's View/IBM's Bob Picciano, general manager of Information Management, talks up five big data use cases, Hadoop-driven change; slams SAP Hana, NoSQL databases." InformationWeek 9:06 AM
"Pirate Bay founder working on spy-proof text messaging app" IDG News Service 8:58 AM
"EMC integrates backup, archiving within storage system: EMC is providing new controls that will allow customers to use their primary storage systems to handle backup, archiving, and disaster recovery as well" IDG News Service 8:28 AM
"Dropbox chants: Developers! Developers! With Dropbox Platform, the company looks to become a repository for mobile app data" InfoWorld 8:27 AM
"India to overtake U.S. on number of software developers by 2017: India's size and youth are seen as the driving forces behind the expansion in software development" Computerworld 8:27 AM
"New BlackBerry Name, Same Old Problems: As Part of Recovery, BlackBerry Maker Is Cutting More Jobs and Fired Its Sales Chief" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 8:25 AM
"New Alibaba CEO Jonathan Lu Pushes Chinese E-Commerce Firm to Adapt" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 8:25 AM
"New Trojan targets Linux servers" BetaNews 8:19 AM
"Google to Spend Up to $500 Million Marketing 'Moto X' Phone: All Four Major US Wireless Carriers Expected to Sell Device This Fall" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 8:06 PM
"Google retiring Latitude on August 9th, pushes Google+ instead" The Verge 8:33 AM
"Google brings free landline calls to Gmail and Hangouts" V3 8:33 AM
"Google is retiring its Latitude location-sharing service on August 9th" The Next Web 8:32 AM
"Bug bounty programs provide strong value for Google, Mozilla: A study of the vendors' browser bug programs shows it is a vastly better investment than hiring employees to do the same work" IDG News Service 8:28 AM
"Google introduces a 'new mapping experience' for smartphones and tablets" BetaNews 8:19 AM
"Curious what the NSA gleans from your Gmail? Now you can see for yourself" BetaNews 8:19 AM
"China expected to end ban on video game consoles" CNET News 11:03 AM
"U.K. Lawmakers Sound Alarm on Cyberattacks" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 9:10 AM
"Nintendo wins Japanese court case to stop DS game emulator sales" TechHive 8:59 AM
"Aereo fight moves to Boston with new TV lawsuit: Aereo, the start-up that uses tiny antennas to deliver TV to smartphones for $8 a month, has been operating in Boston for months without the high profile copyright battles it confronts in New York." GigaOM 8:44 AM
"Toddler uses dad's smartphone to buy vintage car on eBay: It just takes a few random presses of a smartphone's buttons to buy a 1962 Austin Healey for $225. Oddly, dad is keeping it." CNET News 9:16 PM
"How elite security ninjas choose and safeguard their passwords" Ars Technica 5:08 PM
"Forget Zynga: Facebook's games business stronger than ever" CNET News 4:22 PM
"Digital Storm VIRTUE: Intel Haswell-Powered Gaming PC" HotHardware 10:56 AM
"The hidden 17% tax: Your cell phone bill/Your wireless carrier isn't the only one pocketing money when you pay your cell phone bill." CNNMoney 9:16 AM
"The Dying Art of Handwriting: Handwriting isn't just for style: it's important to learning, memory and success. Twenty years ago, a $300 Montblanc pen was one of the most coveted and costly graduation gifts. But today, few clamor over them, much less an expensive one. It turns out they want MacBooks and iPads — new writing tools of the digital age." Techland 9:09 AM
"The State Of Broadband: Only by keeping pace with the latest in regulations, competition, and technology will companies rise above low-capacity, high-priced telecom networks." InformationWeek 9:05 AM
"How to cache offline maps in Google Maps 7.0" CNET Reviews 9:04 AM
"New BlackBerry Name, Same Old Problems" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 9:02 AM
"Google's Latitude Attitude: Who Cares About Developers? Google's location-sharing service for Google Maps will fall off the face of the Earth on August 9." ReadWrite 10:23 AM
"I Have Discovered the Purpose of Google Plus! It's not social networking. It's photographs." Slate 9:02 AM
"Two Ways to Hit 'Print' on a Mobile Device: Presto and ThinPrint Make On-the-Go Print Jobs From Smartphones and Tablets as Easy as From a PC" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 9:01 AM
"Dropbox Expands Its Reach: With the Dropbox Datastore API, developers can sync structured data not normally accessible for file synchronization. Dropbox is clouding the distinction between app, device and OS." InformationWeek 9:06 AM
"Dropbox CEO Drew Houston: We'd Love to Integrate With Google Docs" AllThingsD 9:01 AM
"Q&A: Connecting Camera to Computer" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 9:00 AM
"These Graphs Show How Fast Hospitals Are Adopting Computers -- And How Far They Have To Go" Forbes 8:59 AM
"Power up your PDFs with these five free tools" PCWorld 8:58 AM
"Good design is becoming a must-have in the enterprise, too" GigaOM 8:44 AM
"Why I hate programming tests: A veteran developer questions the need for isolated examinations in modern programming environments" JavaWorld | InfoWorld 8:27 AM
"How to profit from Twitter trading" CNNMoney 8:25 AM
"Hands Off My Wrists! Why I Don't Want To Wear My Computers: You can keep your smart watches, fitness bands, and Internet headsets." ReadWrite 8:10 AM
"Game Of Clones: The War Over Your Compute Cycles/How the Great Houses of the IT world are battling to supply you with cheaper, more reliable computing power." ReadWrite 8:05 AM
"Portrait of a Bitcoin miner: How one man made $192K in virtual currency" TechHive 8:05 AM
"Futures Waver; Fed, China in Focus" FOXBusiness 9:15 AM
"Stocks Gain in After-Hours Trade on Bernanke Speech" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 4:27 PM
"Stocks: Taking a breather after gains" CNNMoney 8:25 AM
"Asia Markets: China stocks rise despite trade data; Japan drops/Japanese and South Korean shares fell Wednesday while stocks in Shanghai and Hong Kong rebounded in volatile trading after China reported an unexpected decline in exports." MarketWatch 9:15 AM
"Europe Markets: Europe stocks lose steam ahead of Fed news/European stock markets dropped on Wednesday as investors awaited the latest word from the U.S. Federal Reserve and digested disappointing Chinese trade data. Italian stocks were under particular pressure after a Standard & Poor's downgrade." MarketWatch 9:16 AM
"Most active Nasdaq-traded stocks: Nasdaq's 10 most active stocks at 1 p.m." Associated Press 2:24 PM
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