"Massive cyber attack cripples global internet speeds"
T3 12:12 PM
"Global internet slows after 'biggest attack in history'"
BBC 9:18 AM
"Microsoft aids shutdown of Rustock spam net"
BBC 9:19 AM
"Huge spam botnet Grum is taken out by security researchers"
BBC 9:19 AM
"Millions May Be Affected in Web Disruption, Anti-Spam Group Says"
Bloomberg 9:18 AM
"What will the new Dell look like?"
ZDNet 10:13 AM
"Mike Dell's former lieutenant leads coup attempt"
Reuters 9:02 AM
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Forbes 9:02 AM
"Blackstone Is Open to Keeping Michael Dell as CEO"
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"Ericsson Said to Discuss Buying Microsoft's TV-Software Unit"
Bloomberg 9:17 AM
"Ericsson in talks to buy Microsoft's TV software unit: report"
Reuters 9:07 AM
"Microsoft reportedly selling its MediaRoom IPTV unit to Ericsson"
Engadget 8:51 AM
"Linux group hits Microsoft with complaint over 'Secure Boot': It's long been clear that Linux users are more than a little unhappy with the 'Secure Boot' technology implemented by default in Windows 8 hardware, but in Spain, one group has decided to do more than simply try to work around it."
New Zealand PCWorld 4:25 PM
"Microsoft Endlessly Disappoints With 'New' Windows Phone Apps"
Wired 4:18 PM
"Microsoft: Over 540,000 students and teachers use Windows 8 in US"
Neowin 4:18 PM
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The Register 9:20 PM
"Oracle Smokes Out Cloud M&A Hopes"
TheStreet 9:07 AM
"Oracle Putting Innovation Where Its Hardware Is"
eWeek 7:28 PM
"Cisco lays off 500/The Network World story, "Cisco lays off 734 or 1% of workforce," which was posted to the wire on Wednesday, incorrectly stated the number of layoffs. It was 500."
Computerworld New Zealand 7:28 PM
"Google Maps boosts live transit in NYC, D.C., and Salt Lake City: The Web giant's mapping feature now boasts live departure times or service alerts in three new U.S. metropolitan areas."
CNET News 8:30 PM
"Don't call it OUYA: hands-on with PlayJam's GameStick (Video)"
Engadget 8:19 PM
"Google Street View lets former Fukushima residents see the town they left"
Engadget 7:29 PM
"Mozilla partners with Epic Games to bring Unreal Engine 3 to the web"
Engadget 6:29 PM
"Mozilla and Epic Games port Unreal Engine 3 to the browser, no plugins necessary"
The Verge 6:31 PM
"Red Hat's Q4: Misses revenue but wins on earnings"
ZDNet 4:21 PM
"FoxConn Indicator May Signal Gloom Ahead For Tech"
CNBC 12:21 PM
"The Building Is the New Server"
AllThingsD 12:21 PM
"Microsoft taps Unity, Marmalade, and Havok to help developers port Android and iOS games to Windows Phone"
The Next Web 12:12 PM
"Microsoft's new security patching routine raises concerns: Microsoft just released its first acknowledged security update for a Metro app: and the new patching method is a disaster waiting to happen"
InfoWorld 12:11 PM
"Microsoft To Debut Windows Blue Preview This Summer"
BGR 7:08 PM
"Windows Blue and Microsoft's continuous upgrade strategy"
Computerworld 12:11 PM
"Surprise! Microsoft really is a lovely place to work"
ZDNet 10:13 AM
"Microsoft's Data Explorer: Picking Up Where Bing Leaves Off"
ReadWrite 10:17 AM
"S&P 500 tests all-time high again"
CNNMoney 4:15 PM
"U.S. Stocks Close Lower"
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"Asia Markets: Asia stocks rise; Sydney, Hong Kong lead/Aeon shares soar in Tokyo; Bank of China gains in Hong Kong"
MarketWatch 10:20 AM
"Europe Markets: Italian political turmoil hits Europe stocks/European stock markets posted broad-based losses on Wednesday, with banks leading the charge south, following a setback in the latest attempt to form a government in Italy."
MarketWatch 4:16 PM
"Stocks slump in early trading on Wall Street as traders worry about bailout plan for Cyprus"
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"Stocks fall hard as euro skids to four-month low"
MarketWatch 9:36 AM
"Ignore BlackBerry Earnings; They Mean Nothing"
TheStreet 9:06 AM
"BlackBerry under the gun to make its numbers"
MarketWatch 9:37 AM
"Windows Blue Confirmed But Microsoft Mum On Details"
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