"Dell Founder Vows to Stay On: Michael Dell Says He Plans to Stay at PC Maker Even if His Buyout Attempt Were to Fail" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 12:49 PM
"Deal or no deal, Michael Dell says he'll stick around ..." GigaOM 5:51 PM
"Michael Dell plans to stay with company if his buyout bid fails: Dell's chief executive tells the Wall Street Journal he would not support an asset sale or leveraged recapitalization." CNET News 6:08 PM
"Michael Dell Says Bid Is His 'Best and Final Offer': Interview" Bloomberg 9:16 PM
"Monarchs versus managers: The battle over Dell raises the question of whether tech firms' founders make the best long-term leaders of their creations" The Economist 8:52 PM
"Dell's Cloud-Friendly Project Ophelia Inches Closer To Release As Testers Receive Early Units" TechCrunch 6:25 PM
"Ballmer: 'We made too many Surface RT tablets'" Crave @ CNET 8:03 AM
"Windows 8 Is Just Fine, Microsoft's Problem Is Evolution" Seeking Alpha 7:31 AM
"Why YouTube buffers: The secret deals that make—and break—online video" Ars Technica 9:30 PM
"Moto X camera app leak shows gesture controls, quick launch action" Electronista 8:53 PM
"See the ebb and flow of Citi Bikes in New York City" The Verge 7:31 PM
"Mozilla, The Late-To-The-Mobile-Party Lumbering Dinosaur Of Open, Is Playing Carriers' Pet To Make Firefox OS Fly" TechCrunch 7:28 PM
"Samsung smart watch said to be confirmed, model number revealed" Electronista 7:25 PM
"Facebook invents a PHP virtual machine: Facebook abandoned the work of translating PHP into C++ in favor of delivering dynamically generated bytecode to the server" Computerworld New Zealand 7:22 PM
"Google's Chromecast has its roots in Android, not Chrome OS" The Verge 6:33 PM
"Video: $700 drone goes on display/3D Robotics gave a sneak preview of a comparatively cheap consumer drone at an unmanned aircraft convention in San Francisco this week." Computerworld New Zealand 5:49 PM
"Google has a 'near perfect' universal translator -- for Portuguese, at least" CNET News 2:48 PM
"Spike Lee: Tech is a double-edge sword in filmmaking" CNET News 1:57 PM
"Software experts attack cars, to release code as hackers meet" Reuters 11:33 AM
"Twitter faces calls in Britain to get tough on online abuse" Reuters 10:10 AM
"Social Media and Consumer Empowerment Don't Match, Study" Social Barrel 9:59 AM
"Mark Shuttleworth Announces Six Years of Support for Ubuntu Edge" Softpedia 8:48 AM
"Russian web search firm Yandex's co-founder dies" Reuters 7:45 AM
"Three largest Canadian carriers lobby to keep Verizon out" The Verge 7:44 AM
"Cue mass hysteria: WoW loses 600,000 subscribers" Destructoid 7:37 AM
"Progress! An app that sends a breakup text for you" CNET News 7/27
"Extreme Reality turns skeletons into biometric signatures: The software technology captures full-body 3D motion using a 2D camera to recognize an individual's gait as a unique biometric signature" CNET News 7/27
"Moto X reportedly comes with Magic Glass, laminated aluminum structure" Engadget 7/27
"Twitter comes under fire for what critics say is a lack of response to rape threats" GigaOM 7/27
"Twitter 'report abuse' button calls after rape threats" BBC 7/27
"Neil Gaiman videogame has echoes of Ghost Master" Ars Technica 7/27
"Google moves to Debian for in-house Linux desktop"
"GhostTeam malware crops up in Google Play - and it wants your Facebook login"
"Why Intel x86 must die: Our cloud-centric future depends on open source chips"
"Oman's stock exchange was easily hackable for months"
"36 of the best movies about AI, ranked"
"Shell drills for data insights"
"Asia VC investment clocks high of $15.6B"
"Microsoft to drop its HealthVault Insights apps"
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