"Analysis: Stakes high as 'Wintel' puts all its chips on Windows 8"
Reuters 7:34 AM
"You'll hate Windows 8: You aren't ready for Windows 8. It's coming anyway, a slow-moving freight train of massive change and dread, an enormous update that will sow turmoil in the lives of millions of people around the world."
Slate 7:33 PM
"Microsoft's SmartGlass May Be New Gold Mine"
Seeking Alpha 12:09 PM
"Apple and Microsoft to push rival visions"
Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 7:46 AM
"Microsoft Sorry For Gaffe That Gives New Meaning to Norwegian Wood"
Wired Magazine 7:35 AM
"Hotmail becomes Newmail, leaked screens show Metro refresh"
Crave @ CNET 7:31 AM
"Is Hotmail Getting a New Name Along With Its Redesign? [Video]"
Mashable 6:27 PM
"With Meg Whitman, HP Can Likely Turn Things Around"
Seeking Alpha 7:40 AM
"IBM Gives The 2012 French Open Men's Final A New Spin"
Forbes 7:46 AM
"Google faces July deadline over antitrust probe: Google must come up with proposals to address its dominance of the web search market by early next month or face regulatory intervention, the European Commission has said."
Telegraph 7:48 AM
"A Letter To The FTC Regarding Search Engine Disclosure Compliance"
Search Engine Land 7:27 PM
"IBM bars Siri from staff iPhones, citing security concerns"
GMA News 6/9
"Massive Insider Buying Could Mark Bottom For Hewlett-Packard"
Seeking Alpha 6/9
"Sepaton: HP offers 'least capable' dedupe in the industry/HP's Store Once Catalyst and B6200 hardware offers the 'least capable' deduplication in the industry. That's according to Sepaton, which should know as HP resells its deduplicating array."
The Register 6/9
"When bad tech ideas don't fail: Every new product idea can't be brilliant. Some are terrible. So why won't they go away?"
"Andy Rubin quashes rumor of departure from Google/Android chief says he just lends free office space to the startup at the center of the rumor and has no plans to leave the Web giant. Also: 900,000 new Android devices activated every day."
CNET News 8:51 PM
"Linus Torvalds on Windows 8, UEFI, and Fedora"
ZDNet 5:06 PM
"LinkedIn Tries to Reassure Users Following Password Theft"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 5:03 PM
"LinkedIn Breach Exposes Light Security Even at Data Companies"
New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 4:40 PM
"Sprint working on Google Wallet alternative? New effort would be a setback for Google, which counts Sprint as its only carrier partner currently offering the Web giant's mobile payments service."
CNET News 4:39 PM
"California's budget crisis sparks controversial BYOD plan to save money: California Department of Health Care Services wants employees to use their own smartphones without any subsidy; state employee unions are fighting it"
Network World 6/8
"Curt Schilling bounced from big show: Ex-hurler's 38 Studios bankrupt, leaving R.I. on hook for millions"
Boston Herald 6/8
"EU lurches behind copyright free-for-all landgrab"
The Register 6/8
"Revolution in Art & Design using 3D Printing | Objet for Neri Oxman"
"7 Tips To Toughen Passwords: As this week's LinkedIn and eHarmony--and likely, Last.fm--breaches demonstrate, many website users continue to pick atrocious, easily cracked passwords. Are your passwords safe?"
"Should Your Next Smartphone Be A Phablet? Phablets may very well find a niche in vertical and specialized markets, but there's a convenience problem for mainstream business and enterprise users."
"Facebook App Center: Less Is More? Facebook App Center promises to make it easier for users to find apps and developers to make money. Only about 600 apps greet users at launch."
"Facebook App Center: Hands-On With Your Portal to Next Year's FarmVille"
"Week Wraps Up With a Win: Stocks rallied Friday, extending major benchmarks' biggest weekly gains of the year, as speculation about potential Spanish bailout talks this weekend buoyed sentiment."
"Stocks likely to struggle: U.S. stocks could struggle Friday on investor disappointment that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke did not signal more stimulus is on the horizon."
"Google Outsells, but Apple Cultivates Loyalty of App Developers"
"Lax Security at LinkedIn Is Laid Bare"
"Expo Offers a Peek at Games of the Future"
"Nurturing a Baby and a Start-Up Business"
"The Algorithm Didn't Like My Essay"
"Another Shoe Drops on Facebook"
"Fighting Cyberbullies With Laws and Laughter"
"Tenacity and Teamwork"
"When You Write a Report Card, Explain the Grades"
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