"German Court Issues Ban on Motorola Products Using Microsoft's Patented File Storage Format"
AllThingsD 2:56 PM
"Motorola Android devices banned in Germany in Microsoft FAT spat"
ZDNet 2:26 PM
"Microsoft wins injunction against Motorola phones in Germany: Motorola phones violate Microsoft patents related to FAT filesystem."
Ars Technica 3:38 PM
"Skype denies police surveillance policy change: Microsoft's online message, phone and video chat service Skype has denied making changes to its system 'in order to provide law officers greater access' to its members' conversations."
BBC 10:26 AM
"Skype Denies Making It Easier For Police To Snoop On Calls"
Forbes 2:57 PM
"Skype Denies Snooping Claims"
New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 2:56 PM
"Forget the conspiracy theories: Skype's supernodes belong in the cloud"
ZDNet 2:24 PM
"Windows 8 fear and uncertainty kicks in"
CNET News 10:13 AM
"Is Windows 8 Really a 'Catastrophe' for Content Creators?"
Techland 1:48 PM
"Microsoft sets lowest price for paid apps at $1.49 for Windows 8 Store"
ZDNet 2:25 PM
"Microsoft SEC Filing: Surface Tablets Will Compete With OEM Partners"
CRN 10:41 AM
"Microsoft acknowledges Surface may trigger OEM hostility: Fling with tablets may affect computer makers' commitment to Windows, firm says in SEC filing"
Computerworld 10:47 AM
"AMD's Server Market To Rebound After A Dismal Q2"
Forbes 2:50 PM
"Senate Could Vote on Cyber-Security Legislation" [Video Report]
Bloomberg 10:02 AM
"What Congress' cybersecurity bills mean for you: One piece of legislation, the Cybersecurity Act of 2012, is expected to be brought up for debate on the Senate floor in a matter of days"
SecurityNewsDaily 12:06 PM
"Europe's supply of IPv4 addresses nearing depletion: RIPE NCC to run out of IPv4 addresses any day, putting pressure on network operators to deploy IPv6"
Network World 12:29 PM
"Wireless giving boost to semiconductor industry: report"
ZDNet 2:22 PM
"Fighting Hackers without Sinking to Their Level: At this year's Black Hat hacker conference in Las Vegas, attention turns from defense to offense."
Technology Review 1:34 PM
"Hackers in the limelight: Scenes from Black Hat 2012/The annual security fest featured thrills and chills as the pros did their best to make everyone feel afraid" [Slideshow]
InfoWorld 11:54 AM
"Galaxy smartphones drive Samsung's record profit as rivals lag, outlook upbeat"
Associated Press [Free Registration Required] 9:55 AM
"How to skip Windows 8 and continue using Windows 7"
ZDNet 2:23 PM
"'We asked firms if they were looking at Windows 8, most laughed'"
The Register 1:44 PM
"Skype joins hands with authorities to assist in online surveillance"
Washington Post 1:16 PM
"Researcher Wins $200,000 Prize From Microsoft for New Exploit Mitigation Technology"
IDG News Service 12:21 PM
"Microsoft admits Surface risks the ire of its hardware partners"
Houston Chronicle 11:43 AM
"No $0.99 Apps Allowed In The Windows 8 App Store -- But You Can Have $999.99 Apps!"
Forbes 11:23 AM
"JetBrains ReSharper 7 Supports Microsoft Visual Studio 2012, Metro Style App Dev"
eWeek 10:59 AM
"Microsoft Adds HIPAA Compliance in Windows Azure for Cloud Health Data"
eWeek 10:59 AM
"Microsoft Awards More Than $250,000 for Security Defense Innovations: Top BlueHat Prize winner takes home $200,000 for kBouncer, an exploit mitigation technology that helps defend against prominent cyberattack technique."
PRNewswire 10:07 AM
"Apple Officials Said to Consider Stake in Twitter"
"In Sliding Internet Stocks, Some Hear Echo of 2000"
"Senators Force Weaker Safeguards Against Cyberattacks"
"Facebook Delivers an Earnings Letdown"
"Amazon Delivers on Revenue but Not on Profit"
"Apple to Acquire AuthenTec for $356 Million"
"Rise Is Seen in Cyberattacks Targeting U.S. Infrastructure"
"Telefónica Suspends 2012 Dividend and Cuts Compensation"
"Sprint Reports a Loss on Its Nextel Write-Down"
"@ThisIsVt, Vermonters Taking Turns on Twitter"
(Checked 9:30 PM; no changes since 8:05 PM CDT)
"Analysis: Internet stock collapse dents Silicon Valley"
"Apple, Samsung take patent fight to crucial California trial"
"Google urges end to authors' digital book lawsuit"
"Kodak, Apple patent fight to remain in bankruptcy court"
"Google admits it did not delete Street View data"
"Facebook's value slides by $10 billion; outlook unclear"
"Bomb joke tweeter wins landmark ruling"
"Far from Silicon Valley, tech industry finds an oracle"
"Facebook revenue growth skids, shares plunge"
"Smartphones power record Samsung profit of $5.9 billion during Apple lull"
(Checked 9:30 PM; no changes since 8:10 PM CDT)
"Company Policy Be Damned: Employees Love Dropbox"
"Strike Back At Hackers? Get A Lawyer"
"AMA: Fold IT Tools Into Physician Profiling"
"5 Black Hat Security Lessons For CIOs"
"Apple Swipes Fingerprint Security Company AuthenTec"
"Mass Router Infection Possible: Black Hat"
"Apple's Authentec Buy Hints At Secure iPad"
"Apple iPhone 5 Vs. Samsung Galaxy S III: What We Know"
"Samsung, Apple Widen Lead In Smartphone Race"
"What's Next For Facebook"
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