"International Business Machines (NYSE:IBM) Acquires Texas Memory Systems; Plans More Storage Acquisitions – IBM, SAP, ORCL, INTC"
eStocks Daily 8:13 AM
"IT security is a boardroom decision: IBM/Claims current trends are further increasing the focus on security"
ARN 8:14 AM
"Microsoft resumes publishing Windows Phone apps: An update that will fix a problem related to the certificates used to sign apps has been implemented"
Computerworld 7:25 AM
"Acer doesn't expect 'explosive growth' for Windows 8 later this year: Acer's CEO suggests its plans for Windows RT devices could change because of the pricing of Microsoft's Surface tablet"
Computerworld 7:27 AM
"Lenovo not worried about Microsoft's Surface tablet, expects to beat it: The Chinese PC maker is confident it can proVide better hardware than Microsoft"
Computerworld 7:29 AM
"Apple, Dell and HP Avoiding Controversial Minerals From the Congo"
Chip Chick 7:59 AM
"H-P, Dell pressured by sliding PC sales: Both stocks hit low points in August; sector awaiting Windows 8"
MarketWatch 3:47 PM
"HP creates Mobility division to focus on consumer tablets, hires Nokia's ex-MeeGo boss Alberto Torres to run it"
The Verge 11:46 AM
"HP Forms Mobility Global Business Unit, Proving Again HP Needs A New Business Naming Unit"
TechCrunch 2:08 PM
"HP ready to make a new push with consumer tablets: The company is forming a new Mobility division to handle consumer tablets and other items, according to an internal memo by a top executive."
CNET News 12:13 PM
"Resurrection: HP's new Mobility division to handle consumer tablets/A successor to the infamous TouchPad could be on the way."
Ars Technica 5:10 PM
"Ex-Nokian hired to accelerate HP's global tablet strategy. (It has one?)"
GigaOM 12:13 PM
"Oracle names bloggers, others it paid to comment on Google trial: A judge had directed the companies to come clean about who they were paying to comment and Report on their copyright infringement lawsuit while it was being litigated."
CNET News 4:20 PM
"Shill count: Oracle 1, Google 0/But Oracle says Google isn't telling the whole story."
Ars Technica 3:44 PM
"Oracle to pay $2 million to settle SEC charges over India payments: The company's improper controls in the country did not prevent unauthorized side funds, according to SEC"
CIO 8:37 AM
"Oracle (NASDAQ:ORCL) Agrees to Settle SEC Charges in a $2 Million Pact – ORCL, CA, MSFT, IBM"
eStocks Daily 8:12 AM
"Amazon adds more features to Oracle database in the cloud: Enterprises can run the their database in a private cloud and develop browser apps"
Computerworld 7:24 AM
"Cisco makes its software defined network case: Do you buy it?"
ZDNet 8:13 AM
"Cisco – A Tech High DiVidend Stock That's Still Undervalued"
Forexpros 8:14 AM
"Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO) Stock Soars as a Dividend Boost & Shares Buyback – CSCO, ERIC, ALU, JNPR"
eStocks Daily 7:57 AM
"Facebook finally deletes the deleted: Facebook finds a fix for erasing the past, Google makes app updating easier, and Instagram maps out your photos."
CNET News 5:12 PM
"Facebook users care more about 'looking good than intelligent'"
Metro UK 8:34 AM
"Report: Nintendo not doing enough to rid products of conflict minerals"
Wired UK 8:34 AM
"Nintendo slammed for conflict mineral negligence"
TG Daily 8:04 AM
"Kickstarter projects generate millions of dollars"
Yahoo! News 7:54 AM
"Google adding panoramic views of Mayan ruins"
Yahoo! News 9:14 AM
"Google's anti-piracy move prompts file-sharers' reply: Two file-sharing websites claim the new way in which Google is organising its search results will drive more traffic directly to their home pages."
BBC 8:54 AM
"Google plots first tablet television campaign"
Media Week 8:06 AM
"Google Introduces Country-Specific Domain Registration Options for Apps Customers"
Computerworld.in 8:06 AM
"Discover gets friendly with Google Wallet"
Gadgetell 11:23 AM
"Google Wallet gets even more open, simpler"
TG Daily 8:07 AM
"Google Plus Introduces 'Studio Mode' for Music Lovers"
Social Barrel 7:51 AM
"Google Voice Search for Android supports 13 new languages: All the 13 languages Google added are European"
Computerworld 7:27 AM
"Rio Ferdinand fined for 'choc ice' tweet: Rio Ferdinand has been found guilty of improper conduct and fined £45,000 by the Football Association for comments on Twitter."
BBC 7:55 AM
"Windows 8 setup shows 'Do Not Track' options: As promised by Microsoft's top privacy exec, Windows 8 tells users that the new privacy feature will be turned on"
Computerworld 3:56 PM
"IEEE admits its MS-DOS history revisionist is in Microsoft's pay: CP/M, QDOS diff man is Redmond 'expert witness'"
The Register 1:58 PM
"How To enable touch pad gestures on Windows 8 laptops: The new Windows 8 RTM doesn't seem to support touch pad gestures out of the box, so you may need to download the drivers yourself."
CNET News 11:23 AM
"Microsoft reorganizes its Server and Tools unit/Summary: Now that Windows Server 2012 and Visual Studio 2012 are starting to roll out to customers, Microsoft is making some org changes to the unit that built the products."
ZDNet 11:12 AM
"How corporate bickering hobbled better Web audio: Microsoft helped create new technology for improving online audio and speech. Now the company's fighting against it. How'd that happen?"
CNET News 8:41 AM
"Riots: Anthony Gristock fails to appear for sentence: A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a man who created a Facebook page encouraging violence in Cardiff during last year's summer riots."
BBC 9:08 AM
"Megaupload boss wins right to see US evidence"
AFP 8:56 AM
"Australian accounts hacked in $25m splurge, says AFP"
AFP 8:55 AM
"Belfast judge orders Facebook to identify abusive account holders"
BBC 7:48 AM
"U.S. State Department cancels $16.5M Kindle contract: The U.S. Department of State had expected to buy the devices and systems from Amazon"
Computerworld 7:28 AM
"Friday Poll: What could Best Buy do to survive? Electronics retailing is a cutthroat world and Best Buy seems to be dropping to the bottom of the pile. What could the company do to revive itself?"
CNET News 9:11 AM
"Review: Nintendo's 3DS XL expands the system's screen, and its appeal/The larger system offers improved form factor without sacrificing portability"
Ars Technica 7:47 AM
"Nintendo 3DS Grows: Videogame Maker Updates Hand-Held With Larger Displays"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 9:13 AM
"Reports: OnLive fires all staff, service's future unclear (updated)/Company may return in a new, leaner form."
Ars Technica 3:52 PM
"Hon Hai raises the stakes, wants 20 percent ownership of Sharp"
The Verge 1:03 PM
"Facebook, Zynga and Groupon unlock pain: Analysts say future IPOs may have to tangle with lock-up question"
MarketWatch 12:13 PM
"Kodak: Maybe We Won't Sell Our Digital Imaging Patents"
AllThingsD 8:51 AM
"Yahoo on the hunt for COO with business skills, Report says: The Report claims that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer wants to free herself up to focus on products, and leave the daily business activities to the COO."
CNET News 7:50 AM
"Trulia Goes After Zillow's Real Estate, Files $75M IPO; Now Has 22M Monthly Users"
TechCrunch 7:42 AM
"Former Google Policy Chief And Tumblr VP Andrew McLaughlin Joins Betaworks As EIR"
TechCrunch 1:29 PM
"U.S. stocks rise for sixth straight week"
MarketWatch 3:24 PM
"Groupon stock caps off a week of lows"
Yahoo! News 2:08 PM
"Evercore lowers Groupon rating to underweight"
MarketWatch 2:19 PM
"Midday Glance: Computer companies"
CBS News 1:30 PM
"Final Glance: Computer companies"
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