"CIO interview: Carol Fawcett CIO of Dell software"
ComputerWeekly 11:54 AM
"H.P. Reports Decline in Revenue and Profit"
New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 5:06 PM
"HP beats expectations, raises outlook: CEO Meg Whitman notes that HP 'still has a lot of work to do to generate the kind of growth we want to see,' but 'we expect the benefits from our restructuring will accelerate through fiscal 2013.'"
CNET News 5:09 PM
"Ubuntu touch preview can now be installed on Nexus phones, tablets: Not every Nexus device is supported—check yours before installing."
Ars Technica 12:01 PM
"Oscars 2013: Google unveils all-in-one site for Academy Awards"
Los Angeles Times [Free Registration Required] 11:57 AM
"Google's Eric Schmidt addresses Geek Park in China"
Newsday 11:48 AM
"Google Glass patent application gets really technical: The Web giant details everything from the bridge to the display of its high-tech spectacles, saying advancements in wearable displays have really been needed."
CNET News 3:49 PM
"Report: Google in Talks With Warby Parker to Make Glass More Stylish"
Mashable 8:50 AM
"Nielsen TV ratings Reportedly expanding to include streaming services"
The Verge 8:26 AM
"Google's Chromebook Pixel elevates Chrome OS ambitions/The browser-based Chrome OS now has a high-end home: a refined $1,299 laptop with a high-resolution touch screen. It paves the way for Chrome OS tablets, too."
CNET News 3:48 PM
"Google's Chromebook Pixel: The Chromebook Goes High-End"
Techland 3:31 PM
"WSJ: Google Has Developed a Touchscreen Device Which Uses Chrome OS"
Gizmodo 8:08 AM
"Sony talks about possibly re-releasing PS3 games for PS4"
Destructoid 2:29 PM
"Sony Announces PlayStation 4"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 8:27 AM
"Exclusive: DualShock 4 touchpad is approximately 2.1' x 1'/A little image wrangling (and math) generates a general sizing estimate."
Ars Technica 7:45 AM
"PlayStation 4: Web reaction to Sony's 'invisible' console"
BBC 7:47 AM
"Sony's Yoshida: 'used games can play on a PS4'"
Engadget 8:03 AM
"Sony: PSN games won't transfer to the PS4, nor will your game saves"
Engadget 9:20 AM
"This Retinal Implant Has Given Sight to Nine Blind People"
Gizmodo 8:08 AM
"HBO Go for Android adds HDMI Video output, at last"
Engadget 8:04 AM
"U.S. attorney: Criticism of Aaron Swartz prosecution is 'unfair'/Carmen Ortiz, who previously compared the late Internet activist to a common criminal, tells a Boston radio station that charges of overzealousness by her office are 'unfair.'"
CNET News 8:17 PM
"Memolane, The 'Internet Time Machine,' Announces Abrupt Shutdown As Team Joins Unnamed Company"
TechCrunch 6:49 PM
"Compuware, after rejecting Elliott bid, explores sale"
Reuters 2:29 PM
"Euclid, The Google Analytics-Like Tracking Solution For Brick-And-Mortars, Raises $17.3 Million Series B"
TechCrunch 12:12 PM
"Could These Two Companies Follow Dell Inc. (DELL)'s Lead?"
Insider Monkey 8:44 AM
"Why one investor believes Pinterest is worth $2.5 billion: Brushing aside Pinterest's lack of revenue, FirstMark Capital's Rick Heitzmann says the scrapbooking site is on its way toward becoming a great company."
CNET News 5:10 PM
"Pinterest Gets a Billion-Dollar Bump, Pins More Cash to Its Boards"
Wired 9:41 AM
"Pinterest Discloses $200 Million in Funding $2.5 Billion Valuation"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 8:26 AM
"Fortumo Raises ~$10M From Intel Capital, Greycroft To Take On Bango And More In Carrier Billing; Inks Deals With China Mobile And Vodafone"
TechCrunch 8:23 AM
"Toronto-based SaaS Enterprise Safety Company Field ID Acquired By Security Hardware Maker Master Lock"
TechCrunch 8:23 AM
"Coursera expands foreign-language classes with help of new international partners"
GigaOM 8:09 AM
"Apple, H-P shares slip, Google rises"
MarketWatch 11:55 AM
"Stocks Add to Losses"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 12:19 PM
"Most active Nasdaq-traded stocks: Nasdaq's 10 most active stocks at 1 p.m."
Associated Press 12:28 PM
"Wall Street Extends Slide as Energy Futures Tumble"
FOXBusiness 9:09 AM
"Mortgage And Deposit Rates Go Their Separate Ways"
TheStreet 9:08 AM
"Asia Markets: China stocks lead Asia slump after Fed minutes/Asian stocks tumbled Thursday after minutes from the latest Federal Reserve policy meeting stoked concerns that central-bank policy-tightening moves will reduce global liquidity, which has supported stocks in recent months."
MarketWatch 9:07 AM
"Europe Markets: Europe stocks fall on FOMC minutes, PMIs/European stocks saw steep losses on Thursday, as euro-zone data disappointed a day after minutes from the U.S. Federal Reserve's latest meeting illustrated a split over the central bank's monetary-easing program."
MarketWatch 9:07 AM
"Final Glance: Computer companies/Computer companies shares mixed at the close of trading"
Associated Press 5:40 PM
"HP forecast beats Street, CEO says overhaul taking hold"
"Facebook blocks access to NBC.com after reports site is infected"
"NBC says its website is safe after security scare"
"Exclusive: Compuware, after rejecting Elliott bid, explores sale"
"Sony seeks head start over Microsoft with new PlayStation"
"EU takes France, Luxembourg to court over low VAT on e-books"
"Ladbrokes gaining ground in online gambling"
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"4 Big BYOD Trends | China Hacks: Details Emerging"
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