"Chinese hackers said to wage cyberwar on The New York Times: Unusual activity was seen in the paper's computer systems during a probe on China's prime minister. The Times then discovered that the corporate passwords for every employee had been stolen."
CNET News 6:49 AM
"New York Times Hacked Again, This Time Allegedly by Chinese"
Wired 7:09 AM
"New York Times 'hacked by Chinese'"
TG Daily 7:06 AM
"New York Times probes China's Premier, gets hacked by Chinese"
The Register 7:38 AM
"Facebook says it's conquered mobile; analysts say there's more work to do: Zuckerberg tells investors 'Facebook is a mobile company,' but others note that company must improve ad formats first"
Computerworld 4:31 PM
"Facebook starts selling retail gift cards on website"
Reuters 12:57 PM
"Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg insists site is not making a phone"
BBC 9:32 AM
"Surface Pro to launch at Best Buy in NYC on February 8: Microsoft is planning a midnight launch for the latest member of its Surface family, just ahead of the product's February 9 commercial availability date."
CNET News 6:47 AM
"Microsoft continues HTML5 push with 'modern.ie' compatibility initiative: New site detects compatibility problems and deviation from best practices."
Ars Technica 8:37 AM
"Microsoft Helps Developers Make Modern Web Sites: A new modern.IE web site proVides developers with tools to ease their transition to the modern web"
Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows 10:46 AM
"Microsoft Launches Modern.IE To Help Developers Test Their Web Apps For Legacy And Modern Versions Of IE"
TechCrunch 7:12 AM
"10 Windows 8 tips, tricks and hacks: Take control of Windows 8 on the Desktop, the lock screen and more."
Computerworld 6:55 AM
"Microsoft to big data programmers: Try F#/Microsoft's F# language geared to parallel programming, data-oriented problem-solving"
Computerworld 6:41 AM
"Microsoft 'to axe XNA': Future of XBLIG becomes clouded; Xbox manufacturer says DirectX 'is no longer evolving'"
ComputerAndVideoGames.com 7:30 AM
"Google hands settlement proposal to EU on antitrust -- report"
CNET News 9:24 PM
"Jon Leibowitz Resigns as F.T.C. Chairman"
New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 9:23 PM
"Amid success with California regulators, Uber faces potential shutdown in Colorado"
The Next Web 7:29 PM
"Florida Robo-Signing Firm Agrees to $121M Settlement"
FOXBusiness 10:59 AM
"Sextortion' man charged over 'blackmailing women online'"
BBC 7:41 AM
"Experts warn on wire-tapping of the cloud"
BBC 7:41 AM
"Even Without a Government Ban, Game Consoles Won't Fly in China"
Wired 7:39 AM
"What will an H-1B cap hike bring to U.S.? Leading critic warns of 'internal (U.S.) brain drain' as foreign competition rises for American tech jobs"
Computerworld 7:46 AM
"H1B visa cap likely to be raised, Bill tabled in US: The biggest concern for Indian IT companies around H1B visas in the US, might be addressed soon, which is good news for the IT sector."
CNBC 7:33 AM
"3 Things That Still Worry Me About BlackBerry"
Techland 4:35 PM
"Amazon's Future Is Not in Selling Stuff — And That's a Good Thing"
Wired 10:35 AM
"How Mobile Kills the Console But Advances the Gaming Industry"
Wired 9:31 AM
"Sprint Deal to Weigh on Softbank Earnings"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 7:08 AM
"Toyota signs deal to get Nokia's Here Local Search on its in-car navigation units from 2014"
Engadget 6:42 AM
"Asia Markets: Asia stocks mostly lower after China data/Asia stocks traded mostly lower Friday, with Chinese stocks under pressure after manufacturing data gave conflicting signals on the health of the sector."
MarketWatch 9:25 PM
"Stocks Fall but Notch a Strong January"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 3:53 PM
"U.S. stock indexes tally best January in years"
MarketWatch 3:53 PM
"U.S. Stocks Fall as Investors Weigh Earnings, Economy"
Bloomberg 11:30 AM
"Facebook slumps as mobile ad growth fails to impress: Shares of Facebook Inc fell as much as 8 percent on Thursday as a surge in fourth-quarter mobile advertising revenue failed to live up to Wall Street's high expectations."
Reuters 11:25 AM
"Toshiba's 2012 Q3 makes $322 million net profit, sees a future in nuclear"
Engadget 6:42 AM
"Epson Sales Down -Consolidated Results for the Third Quarter Ended December 31, 2012"
Epson 6:36 AM
"Europe Markets: Europe stocks drop after mixed earnings, FOMC/European stock markets moved broadly lower in choppy trading on Thursday, after a mixed bag of earnings from the region's companies and downbeat comments from the U.S. Federal Reserve."
MarketWatch 8:03 AM
"Asia Markets: Most Asia stocks drop, but record monthly gains/Asian markets suffered broad losses Thursday, bringing a solid month of gains for most regional equities to an end, as investors reacted to a weak set of earnings reports and downbeat economic data from the U.S."
MarketWatch 8:04 AM
"Most active Nasdaq-traded stocks: Nasdaq's 10 most active stocks at the close of trading"
Associated Press 9:24 PM
"Final Glance: Computer companies/Computer companies shares mixed at the close of trading"
Associated Press 9:24 PM
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