"New Microsoft Office: in the cloud or traditional software/Microsoft is expected to launch Tuesday its newest version of Office, which is available as a subscription — another step in the company's evolution into a devices-and-services company."
Seattle Times 8:19 AM
"Microsoft launches new Office for consumers"
Reuters 3:34 PM
"Microsoft pushes subscription model for Office 2013: Available for download beginning today, Office 2013 comes in a wide variety of versions. But Microsoft is hoping that you'll skip the one-time fee for a subscription model that delivers lots of updates to come."
CNET Reviews 8:15 AM
"Office boss: Within 10 years, every customer will subscribe/Kurt DelBene says that the software giant's push into services will lead to more and more customers opting for subscriptions to it its productivity application. But the transition from buying software to renting it will take as long as a decade."
CNET News 8:15 AM
"Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL) Forming a Formidable Union"
The Point Daily 8:09 AM
"Intel releases source code for NAS test app"
The Register 7:20 PM
"Safaricom launches new smartphone in Africa with Intel Inside"
infoTECH 7:52 AM
"Nokia pours $250m into its VC business, grows China/Nokia Growth Partners has scored $250m in funding from Nokia and adds AMD China's president to its payroll, in order to grow business in the country."
ZDNet 7:47 AM
"Nokia invests $250m into venture capital business"
Mobile Magazine 7:47 AM
"Facebook, ARM, x86, and the data centre of tomorrow"
ITProPortal 7:46 AM
"Cisco Unified Access updates focus on addressing 'Internet of Things'"
ZDNet 7:51 AM
"Cisco Catalyst marries wired, wireless and SDN in one switch: Catalyst 3850 and 5760 WLAN controller offer consistent wireless and wired management, services through new programmable ASIC"
Network World 7:50 AM
"Unified Access is Cisco's Next-Gen Strategy"
Channelnomics 7:50 AM
"Cisco Finalizes Unified Access Strategy Lineup"
The VAR Guy 7:51 AM
"Cisco unveils hybrid wireless-wired network access kit"
V3 7:51 AM
"Oracle Wants Cloud Cake And Hardware Wins"
TechWeb News 8:53 AM
"Java Security Work Remains, Bug Hunter Says"
TechWeb News 8:54 AM
"Oracle Cloud Success Triggers Oracle-Derangement Syndrome"
Forbes 8:20 AM
"Three years later, has Oracle's Sun buy paid off? Cash flow has far exceeded purchase price, according to Oracle President Mark Hurd, but an investment researcher remains doubtful"
InfoWorld 3:35 PM
"Internet, social media least trusted industries for privacy: Google, Facebook, Yahoo, and AOL were just four of the tech companies missing from Ponemon's Top 20 list of the most trusted companies."
CNET News 1:22 PM
"Researchers Dial Up 1M-Plus Supercomputer Cores for Record Calculation"
PC Magazine 9:21 PM
"Phones? Apps? Tablets? What we expect from tomorrow's BlackBerry event"
Ars Technica 9:14 PM
"Researchers warn of 50 million exposed devices"
Reuters 4:46 PM
"Amazon falls short on holiday sales"
Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 6:49 PM
"Bezos on eBooks: Amazon is 'now seeing the transition we've been expecting'"
GeekWire 5:02 PM
"Amazon earnings decline, but sales gain: Shares jump as online retailer's operating income grows"
MarketWatch 3:32 PM
"Bezos: With ebook sales up 70% in 2012, Amazon has hit 'transition' it expected"
GigaOM 4:25 PM
"Sony unveils Laser Light Source Projector, claims brightest output in the class"
Engadget 2:04 PM
"Student builds R2-D2 powered by Raspberry Pi: The plucky toy robot can track motion, and responds to voice commands in both English and Chinese."
CNET News 1:36 PM
"Norwegians trap sunlight with microbeads, produce solar cells that are 20 times thinner, cheaper"
ExtremeTech 1:26 PM
"Fujitsu speeds up internet transmissions, declares war on buffering"
Engadget 1:26 PM
"Paid subscriptions on YouTube could become a reality, sources say"
Ars Technica 9:29 PM
"YouTube Set to Introduce Paid Subscriptions This Spring: A New Revenue Model For TV Networks and Video Producers"
Advertising Age 11:37 AM
"Report: YouTube May Start Making You Pay For Content"
Gizmodo 11:34 AM
"YouTube to try out paid channel subscriptions, says AdAge: The online Video service will try to compete with traditional TV by debuting paid subscriptions for indiVidual channels, according to AdAge."
CNET News 11:37 AM
"Foursquare gives business owners their own app to manage specials, track customer visits"
Engadget 11:40 AM
"HTC schedules press event for February 19th"
The Verge 11:33 AM
"Google to give schools Raspberry Pi microcomputers"
BBC 9:02 AM
"Workers Griping by Facebook May Lose Jobs After Ruling"
Bloomberg 9:03 AM
"Pantech unveils biggest smartphone to offer 'full HD'/A South Korean firm has unveiled the biggest smartphone to date with a screen capable of showing 1080p high-definition video at full resolution."
BBC 9:02 AM
"Motorola Solutions unveils MC45 mobile computer/Motorola Solutions believes workplaces will find value in rugged handheld mobile computers that cost several times more than consumer-focused smartphones, but lasts much longer."
Computerworld New Zealand 8:23 AM
"Marissa Mayer Aims Yahoo's Guns at Google Search"
Wired 7:58 AM
"Amazon Ramps Up Cloud Features With Elastic Transcoder Video Services, Price-Busting + Available Everywhere"
TechCrunch 7:27 AM
"PSA: Virgin Media begins charging for tube WiFi today"
Engadget 7:18 AM
"Google Maps North Korea"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 7:08 AM
"Google Maps Publishes More Detailed North Korea: Google adds crowdsourced map of North Korea following years of work"
TechWeekEurope 7:45 AM
"Google Maps adds streets, prison camps in North Korea"
FOXNews 7:45 AM
"Microsoft Office 2013 is here: Hands-on impressions and buying advice"
PCWorld 8:17 AM
"The New Microsoft Office Is Here—And You Rent It"
Gizmodo 8:30 AM
"What CIOs need to know about Office 365 Home Premium"
ZDNet 8:15 AM
"Microsoft: New Versions of the Surface Coming Soon"
Infopackets.com 8:14 AM
"Microsoft Surface Pro software devours disk space: Microsoft Surface Pro runs Windows 8 Pro, which is needy when it comes to storage space. That leaves precious little space for user files on the 64GB version of the tablet."
CNET News 1:17 PM
"The 128GB Microsoft Surface Pro Only Offers 83GB of Usable Space"
Gizmodo 7:18 AM
"XBMC 12 'Frodo' now available: adds Raspberry Pi and 'initial' Android support"
The Verge 10:14 AM
"XBMC 12 Frodo launches in finished form with support for Android, live TV"
Engadget 11:05 AM
"DOJ asks FCC to delay action on Sprint-Softbank deal"
TechHive 4:46 PM
"Congressmen want answers from Aaron Swartz prosecutors: Why did prosecutors seek 50 years in prison and $1 million in fines?"
Ars Technica 11:38 AM
"UPnP flaws expose tens of millions of networked devices to remote attacks, researchers say: Researchers from Rapid7 found severe vulnerabilities in UPnP libraries used in thousands of products"
Computerworld 9:10 AM
"Asia Markets: Asia stocks end mostly higher; Hong Kong lags/Asia markets rose Tuesday, with Japan stocks boosted by a solid rally in banks, although Hong Kong shares lagged behind, weighed by Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd. after Goldman Sachs Group Inc. pared its stake in the lender."
MarketWatch 8:57 AM
"Europe Markets: Europe stocks key off Wall Street gains/Oil firms led European stocks higher on Tuesday, as oil prices topped $97 a barrel for the first time since mid-September, while encouraging German consumer-confidence data and solid U.S. earnings reports also lifted sentiment."
MarketWatch 3:38 PM
"Apple Adds 128-GB iPad | Dear RIM: The Romance Is Over"
"Can Europe's Hi-Tech R&D Bet Pay Off?"
"Unplug Universal Plug And Play: Security Warning"
"How Big Data Could Help Tame Cancer"
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