"Dell Downgraded by Deutsche Bank (DELL)"
Zolmax News 9:47 AM
"Dell buyout is about the enterprise, not the PC"
ZDNet 9:48 AM
"Michael Dell coughs up $750 million cash to buy out DellDeal still contingent on approval by a majority of shareholders"
Business Standard 9:48 AM
"Minyanville: Is Dell stealing Dell?"
USA Today 9:48 AM
"Report: Microsoft's Loan to Dell a Bad Sign for PC Sector"
Tom's Hardware 9:46 AM
"Facebook Reportedly set to buy Microsoft's ad-serving business: If the deal goes through, this could help Facebook bolster its ad businesses: on and off the social-networking site."
CNET News 3:09 PM
"Microsoft preps monster security update for next week: Will patch near-record 57 bugs in IE, Windows, Office and Exchange Server"
Computerworld 3:50 PM
"Microsoft-Owned Yammer Hit With Small Round Of Layoffs | TechCrunch"
TechCrunch 5:06 PM
"Microsoft's 'Blue' wave is coming to more than just Windows/Blue isn't just the codename of the next version of Windows. It also is the codename for updates to Windows Phone, Windows Server and Windows Services"
ZDNet 12:10 PM
"Exchange Server 2013: Not quite ready for the data center/Microsoft's update has some worthwhile features, but the holes make some wonder if the software's really finished."
Computerworld 10:24 AM
"Microsoft: Africa needs affordable tech"
CNN 10:02 AM
"'$1m-a-year' botnet shut down by Microsoft and Symantec"
BBC 10:19 AM
"How do I freaking scale Oracle? Contrary to the rants you read on Stack Overflow and Hacker News, Oracle is still your only option in many cases: even when you need scalability and high availability"
InfoWorld 10:05 AM
"Fujitsu chip business faces radical restructure"
EE Times 10:27 AM
"Facebook Connect issue wreaks havoc on the Web: A temporary glitch in the social network's system rerouted people from other sites to a Facebook error message."
CNET News 9:45 PM
"Google Updates Hangouts, Lets You Adjust Bandwidth Used With A Slider, Adds Audio-Only Mode"
TechCrunch 5:07 PM
"NBC shuts down data-driven publishing site EveryBlock: The hyperlocal source of news and information, heralded as an innovative approach to media, wasn't doing well has a business, NBC says."
CNET News 5:06 PM
"The Chromebook Pixel with 2560×1700 touchscreen: Is the world ready for an expensive, browser-based laptop?"
ExtremeTech 3:13 PM
"BlackBerry to stop selling handsets in Japan - Nikkei"
Yahoo! News 1:07 PM
"BlackBerry to exit Japanese smartphone market, Reports Nikkei"
The Verge 2:19 PM
"After delay, Google StreetView comes to Wii U: in Japan: StreetView on the GamePad lets users see a complete 360-degree view of streets around the world."
CNET News 12:21 PM
"5-Year-Old Boy Gets 'Robohand'"
ABC News 12:17 PM
"First Ubuntu Phone OS Powered Devices Will Hit Shelves This October"
Redmond Pie 11:59 AM
"Ubuntu smartphones will go on sale in October, but in which territories and made by who?"
ExtremeTech 12:21 PM
"Amazon Has a Patent to Sell Used Ebooks"
Gizmodo 11:51 AM
"Free LibreOffice office suite beefs up with version 4.0: The free open-source alternative to Microsoft Office now has a new edition with enhancements for both users and developers."
CNET News 10:57 AM
"LibreOffice goes for 'cleaner and leaner code base' with major update: Free office suite adds Android app, better document type support."
Ars Technica 11:52 AM
"Someone Out There Is 3D-Printing Faces With Your Discarded DNA Scraps"
Gizmodo 10:40 AM
"Microsoft launches campaign against Gmail over privacy: Microsoft said it was running a national campaign and asked users to sign a petition"
Computerworld 12:07 PM
"Microsoft Uses 'Scroogled' Ads To Attack Decade-Old Gmail Feature"
WebProNews 9:51 AM
"Airbnb's big growth: 500 castles (and 300K other listings)/The company, a global leader in helping people rent unique accommodations, unveiled a series of growth numbers today. Over 4 million users can choose from, among other things, 200 treehouses."
CNET News 9:33 AM
"Playstation 4 Pricing Will Reportedly Top $400"
BGR 9:29 AM
"Who owns the hashtag? (It isn't Twitter): Hashtags look like ads for Twitter, but it may not be that way for long"
The Verge 9:25 AM
"RFID Parcel Sensor Knows If Your Delivery Has Been Dropped"
Gizmodo 9:24 AM
"Wikipad in miniature: 7-inch gaming tablet to debut in spring for $249, 10.1-inch sees further delay"
Engadget 9:21 AM
"Dead Space cheat undermines in-game micro-transactions"
BBC 9:16 AM
"OUYA Android Game Console To Get Annual Hardware Updates, Founder Says"
TechCrunch 9:09 AM
"Instagram's Web Feed Keeps It Clean, Keeps It Simple"
Techland 9:09 AM
"More bad news about broadband caps: Many meters are inaccurate"
GigaOM 9:00 AM
"Curiosity Mars rover spins its rock drill"
BBC 9:17 AM
"Sony's new entry-level NEX camera teases change for the whole range"
The Verge 7:36 AM
"Google Updates AdWords For Mobile Era"
TechWeb News 9:37 AM
"Google Acts to Raise Mobile-Ad Prices"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 7:35 AM
"Samsung attracts indie devs to its yard with zero-commission offer"
Indie Research 7:33 AM
"BlackBerry Z10 Did Sell Out In 55% Of Phones 4u's 680 U.K. Stores Over Launch Weekend — But Still No Hard Sales Figures"
TechCrunch 7:32 AM
"Library That Holds No Books: Texas County Plans to Open Facility That Will Offer Users Only Digital Editions"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 12:17 PM
"IBM plans new Cloud Computing Centre in Switzerland"
Telecompaper 10:00 AM
"How joining Google Gmail with encryption system helps high-tech firm meet gov't security rules: Novati Technologies complies with federal 'International Traffic in Arms' rules through CipherCloud"
Computerworld 3:49 PM
"Google must extend payments across Europe for use of content"
Yahoo! News 12:58 PM
"Facebook deleted EU facial recognition data, regulators say: Irish data protection commissioner and a German regulator confirmed Facebook fulfilled its promise"
Computerworld 11:53 AM
"HTC hits back at Nokia with German patent infringement litigation"
Foss Patents 11:53 AM
"Google wins legal battle in Australia"
CIOL 9:50 AM
"We're going to blow up your boiler: Critical bug threatens hospital systems/21,000 vulnerable systems found on the Internet, used by hospitals, others."
Ars Technica 9:28 AM
"Tech Firms Weigh Impact of EU Cybercrime Plan"
WSJ Blogs 11:06 AM
"EU's underwhelming GPS rival could be axed in new budget cuts"
Ars Technica 9:17 AM
"EU proposes new cybercrime Reporting rules"
BBC 10:19 AM
"EU wants to force firms to Report cyberattacks"
TG Daily 9:09 AM
"LinkedIn stock soars after Q4 blowout: Net income climbs 66 percent in quarter as CEO calls 2012 a 'transformative year for LinkedIn.'"
CNET News 5:05 PM
"The LinkedIn Rampage Will Be Tested Today"
Wired 7:35 AM
"Fujitsu Warns Loss Will Total $1 Billion"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 12:54 PM
"Sprint Q4 loss widens to $1.32B as Nextel customers flee: Sprint's Nextel platform lost more than 1 million subscribers, offsetting progress made by its core business. The company sold 2.2 million iPhones in the period."
CNET News 9:34 AM
"Sprint Loss Widens To $1.32 Billion In Q4, Subscriber Growth Slows Despite Climbing iPhone Sales"
BGR 8:56 AM
"Sony quarterly revenues up, still endures $124M net loss"
Electronista 9:30 AM
"Sony Narrows Q3 Loss To $115 Million"
BGR 9:16 AM
"Europe Markets: Europe stocks fail to hold Draghi-inspired gains/European stocks ended mostly lower Thursday, failing to hold on to a rebound into positive territory after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi cited improved financial market conditions across the euro zone."
MarketWatch 12:31 PM
"Asia Markets: Asia stocks drop ahead of Chinese holidays/Most Asian markets fell Thursday, with Japanese shares retreating from their highest level since September 2008 as the yen appreciated, while Chinese stocks slipped ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday."
MarketWatch 9:39 AM
"Most active Nasdaq-traded stocks: Nasdaq's 10 most active stocks at 1 p.m."
Associated Press 12:29 PM
"Final Glance: Computer companies/Computer companies shares mixed at the close of trading"
Associated Press 9:51 PM
"Tool Streamlines Electronic Funds Transfer From Health Plans"
"NIST Targets Energy Apps With Green Button Tools"
"Can Avatars Improve Patient Outcomes?"
"Microsoft Woos Consumers With New Retail Plans"
"Coursera Courses Approved For College Credit"
"U.K. Chipmaker ARM Logs Quiet Success"
"Virtual Desktops Could Cut U.K. Government Costs"
"Sprint Sells 2.2M iPhones, Still Loses $1.3B"
"Barracuda Issues Security Update, Apologizes To Customers"
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