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AllThingsD 9:34 AM
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MarketWatch 9:33 AM
"Autonomy Questions for Hewlett-Packard"
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"Autonomy founder urges clarity from HP"
Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 10:27 AM
"Mike Lynch attacks 'aggressive and unusual' HP on eve of shareholder meeting"
V3 11:50 AM
"Is HP's comeback for real?" [Video Report]
CNNMoney 9:43 AM
"Hewlett-Packard Runs Massive BYOD Program"
WSJ Blogs 9:43 AM
"HP Labs developing a holographic 3D display with a 180-degree viewing zone"
The Verge 8:21 PM
"Dell May See Competing Bid From Blackstone: Reports"
eWeek 9:03 PM
"Microsoft Taking Allegations Seriously: Microsoft Corp., responding to a Wall Street Journal report that federal regulators are investigating the company's ties to partners accused of bribing foreign officials, said it takes the allegations seriously."
Bloomberg 10:09 AM
"Daily Report: U.S. Is Said to Scrutinize Microsoft Accusations"
New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 9:54 AM
"Feds probe Microsoft's relationships to partners accused of bribery"
Seattle Times 11:08 AM
"Microsoft Surface subject to bulk buy"
TG Daily 11:44 AM
"Microsoft Says Paying Developers Is Not Its Main Strategy for Getting More Windows Apps"
AllThingsD 9:47 AM
"Microsoft stokes Windows app development with cash"
PCWorld 10:57 AM
"Windows Phone 8 Support To End In 2014: Microsoft is making the right move by offering OS updates more frequently. But that may not be enough in the competitive smartphone race."
InformationWeek 9:58 AM
"Microsoft Bolsters Ties Between Yammer, Office 365"
InformationWeek 10:34 AM
"Microsoft makes first of its Windows Embedded 8 releases generally available"
ZDNet 12:01 PM
"Microsoft: Hackers obtained high-profile Xbox Live accounts/The company said attackers used 'several stringed social engineering techniques'"
IDG News Service 10:20 AM
"Latest Xbox Durango Leak: Games Must Be Installed to the Hard Disk"
Forbes 10:29 AM
"Microsoft's Xbox 720 (Next): Always online, no second-hand games"
TG Daily 11:42 AM
"Next Xbox won't support optical drive game playback -- report"
CNET News 12:30 PM
"Oracle Reports Q3 GAAP EPS Up 6% to 52 Cents; Q3 Non-GAAP EPS Up 5% to 65 Cents: Cloud Software as a Service Revenue Up 111%, Trailing Twelve Month Operating Cash Flow of $13.7 Billion"
Marketwire 3:41 PM
"Industry coalition objects to Google's domain names applications: FairSearch.org, which is backed by Microsoft, Nokia and Oracle, said Google could get a competitive advantage from generic industry terms"
IDG News Service 10:59 AM
"Your Next Smartphone Screen May Be Made of Sapphire: Manufactured sapphire is incredibly strong and scratch resistant. Now falling costs and technology improvements could make it competitive with glass."
Technology Review 11:38 AM
"Taiwan's PC makers focus on low-end tablets in search of growth"
TechHive 10:57 AM
"Gender gap in tech salaries is all gone, Dice reports: Since 2009, pay has been equal for men and women with equivalent levels of experience, education, and job titles, the careers site says"
PCWorld 10:37 AM
"Fastest-growing cities for tech jobs: Local efforts to support startups have helped turn some unexpected places into hotbeds of IT activity. Job hunting? Think St. Louis, or Charlotte." [Slideshow]
Fortune 10:31 AM
"BP accused of rewriting environmental record on Wikipedia: A British Petroleum representative allegedly rewrote 44 percent of the oil giant's Wikipedia page, including the environmental sections. Some Wikipedia editors are crying foul."
CNET News 9:16 PM
"Decade-old espionage malware found targeting government computers: 'TeamSpy' used digitally signed TeamViewer remote access tool to spy on victims."
Ars Technica 5:29 PM
"ZTE loses to Huawei in patent suit, plans to appeal"
ZDNet 12:02 PM
"DHS shifting to cloud, agile development to boost homeland security: Along with its transition to agile, the department is establishing cloud services, platform-as-a-service and software-as-a-service"
Computerworld 11:00 AM
"Senate bill would require warrant to obtain emails from Internet companies: 'Analog era' Electronic Communications Privacy Act no longer suited to digital age, said one of the bill's sponsors, Sen. Patrick Leahy"
CSO 10:59 AM
"Twitter Obtains Patent for Twitter-Like Messaging System"
PC Magazine 10:55 AM
"Just How Expensive Is the Galaxy S 4 to Make?"
WSJ Blogs 9:25 AM
"Gartner Skeptical On BlackBerry Comeback: The Z10 is about to debut in the U.S., but BlackBerry will struggle to reclaim as much as 5% of the smartphone market, analysts say."
InformationWeek 10:35 AM
"BlackBerry Z10 review: A noble failure"
CNNMoney 9:22 AM
"Meet OX Text, a collaborative, non-destructive alternative to Google Docs"
GigaOM 9:22 AM
"Why is Yahoo on a spending spree? Marissa Mayer's acquisitions of four small companies bring talent home to build up Yahoo's social homepage"
The Verge 8:20 PM
"FCC: Sprint buyout decision likely on track for late May"
CNET 4:12 PM
"Software co. Intertrust accuses Apple of infringing patents"
"BlackBerry shares higher after Morgan Stanley upgrade"
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