"Wanted: More apps for Windows Phone/Because there are so few Windows Phone users, developers are reluctant to sink resources into creating a product that will reach a limited audience."
Seattle Times 8:38 AM
"Microsoft Decision For IE-only Windows 8 RT Irks Google, Mozilla"
MobileBloom 8:45 AM
"Microsoft Funded Startup Aims to Kill BitTorrent Traffic"
TorrentFreak 8:45 AM
"Windows Thunderbolt previewed: A mighty potent port"
SlashGear 8:43 AM
"Bing teams up with Facebook and LinkedIn in latest redesign"
Examiner 8:46 AM
"Bing fires at Google with new social search: Search adds your Twitter and Facebook streams"
CNNMoney 8:45 AM
"Microsoft Redesigns CHKDSK for Windows 8, Improves NTFS Health Model"
HotHardware 8:45 AM
"Microsoft Implements Cap & Trade to Cut CO2"
CleanTechnica 8:46 AM
"New iPad Beware! HP To Sell Tablets Again"
ITProPortal 8:44 AM
"Views Clash on Tech Outlays: CEO Chambers blames weakened corporate tech spending for Cisco's earnings miss, but Intel's Otellini sees no change."
"Still in the Chips: Intel boosts payout third time in 18 months, by 7%."
"Why Barclays and Hewlett-Packard Are Good Bets"
"The connected car: coming to your street soon/Intel is investing in 'connected cars', which are the logical precursor to self-driving models. Matt Warman looks at the ways tech is getting into the car."
"Facebook and Microsoft: Friends against Google/Analysts see ties around search, mobile and enterprise software"
"Boy in the Hood(ie): I had no idea that Mark Zuckerberg's hoodie would be such a big deal. I bet you even he didn't think it would be such a big deal."
"Mad About Facebook! Investor frenzy continues to grow, with the IPO imminent. But those who climb aboard now may be setting themselves up for disappointment."
"Will 3-D Printing Change the World? Yes, But Not the Way Some Expect"
Forbes 8:38 AM
"Ailing Nokia falls back on patents legacy"
Reuters 8:29 AM
"A UK woman is taking Facebook to court to unmask anonymous trolls who made her life a misery"
The Next Web 8:29 AM
"Woman launches legal action to identify Facebook trolls: A woman abused on the internet so badly that she was falsely portrayed as a paedophile has launched a landmark legal action to bring her tormentors to justice."
Telegraph 8:29 AM
"Explosion Of Text-Message Spam Creates Space For Cloudmark"
WSJ Blogs 5/12
"The Brave New World of Driverless Cars"
Yahoo! News 5/12
"Facebook censors members after unjustly labeling them spammers"
"Facebook Creating Decline In Text Usage? New study shows social media to blame for text slump"
"Instagram's insta-surprise: Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook is getting an assist, of sorts, from the most unlikely place in its $1 billion acquisition of photo-sharing app Instagram — Google, The Post has learned."
New York Post 5/11
"Facebook co-founder renounces U.S. citizenship"
"Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin renounces US citizenship ahead of IPO, possibly reducing tax bill"
New York Post 5/11
"Want Your Facbook Status Seen? Pay Up."
"Facebook running tests to see if users will pay to highlight posts"
New York Post 5/11
"Fun New Facebook Feature: Pay $2 To Get Your Friends' Attention"
"Facebook tests 'pay to promote post' tool: Facebook has started testing a system that lets users pay to highlight or promote posts."
"Samsung launches low-end Windows Phone with 4-inch display"
IDG News Service 5/11
"Samsung launches the Omnia M Windows Phone to Europe"
CNET News 5/11
"Huawei Aims to Be Smarter About Its Phone Branding"
"Nvidia Surges After Microchip Forecast Tops Estimates"
"Nvidia Shares Soar On Earnings Beat, Bullish Outlook"
"Sony to sell Modern Warfare 3-branded PS3 bundle"
TG Daily 5/11
"Sony slides to three-decade low on strategy doubts"
"Sony, Panasonic Fall to 30-Year Lows as TV Losses Mount"
"Panasonic Books US$10 Billion Annual Loss, Largest Ever by Japan Manufacturer"
IDG News Service 5/11
"Panasonic posts record fiscal-year loss"
"Panasonic Posts Record Annual Net Loss"
"Video apps battle to be the next Instagram"
"Dell Boomi Wins SIIA CODiE Award for 'Best Web Services Solution'"
Business Wire 5/11
"Team of Three to Be Named Winner at IBM-Sponsored International College Programming Contest: 112 Teams of Students from Around the World Meet in Warsaw, Poland to Compete in 'Battle of the Brains' computer programming contest"
"IBM Team Finds Innovative Use of Technology Could Ease Nairobi's Traffic Jams"
"Former Xbox 360 exec's $1B pain and advice to entrepreneurs"
VentureBeat 12:57 PM
"How would you change Windows Phone's notification system?"
PhoneDog 8:45 AM
"Active Directory: Tips from the front line"
ZDNet UK 5/11
"Microsoft India rules out Windows Phone handsets from local OEMs"
"Mary Jo Schrade From Microsoft and Ramsom Koay From Thermaltake to Be Featured on Let's Talk Computers (R)"
"Microsoft: Undervalued With Strong Growth Potential"
Seeking Alpha 5/11
"Pentagon to expand cybersecurity program for defense contractors"
Washington Post 5/11
"India Court to Hear Presidential Reference in Telecom Ruling July 10"
"12 Tips to Cut Your Cell Phone Bill: Why pay more than you have to every month? These tips, tricks, and services can help you save plenty of dough on that monster cell phone bill."
PCWorld 8:44 PM
"Why Facebook may soon cost you money: Now that Facebook has conducted a small test of charging users to promote their status updates, isn't it inevitable that, as a public company, Facebook will have to start dinging users in earnest?"
CNET News 9:01 PM
"Facebook's Purchases May Hint at Its Future"
New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 9:01 PM
"Facebook's worst idea yet: Paid post promotion"
ZDNet 8:41 PM
"Yahoo ousts CEO Scott Thompson, and I ask: 'What the frak?'"
BetaNews 8:45 PM
"Yahoo Mess: More Proof That Media Companies Don't Know Anything About Dealing with the Media"
Techland 8:44 PM
"Ross Levinsohn's Yahoo Plan: Back to the Future"
AllThingsD 8:42 PM
"Does a new CEO mean Yahoo will drop its Facebook lawsuit?"
ZDNet 8:42 PM
"Yahoo's Light At The End Of The Tunnel"
Forbes 8:22 PM
"Here's What Yahoo's Next CEO Must Do"
Forbes 8:22 PM
"An Empowering Trip to cure Digital Overload"
Forbes 1:02 PM
"For De-Friending The U.S., Facebook's Eduardo Saverin Is An American Hero"
Forbes 8:23 PM
"Facebook's delicate balance between revenue and privacy"
GigaOM 1:05 PM
"Facebook CEO turns 28: Does age matter? Don't let the hoodie and sneakers fool you. Mark Zuckerberg is no wet-behind-the-ears CEO."
Associated Press 12:57 PM
"Android economics: An introduction"
asymco 12:49 PM
"On Facebook, deleting an app doesn't delete your data from their system"
Ars Technica 12:47 PM
"Device Battles Over, Let The Ecosystem Wars Commence: What Do Smart Phone Buyers Really Want?"
Seeking Alpha 8:29 AM
"Will my 3G phone work on 4G networks? When 4G mobile internet access arrives, what will become of my 3G smartphone?"
Telegraph 8:29 AM
"High-tech vs. no-tech: D.C. area schools take opposite approaches to education"
Washington Post 5/12
"Facebook file-sharing could be security, piracy nightmare: Users won't be able to pass along music or .exe files -- but infected PDFs and other forms of pirated content are permissible"
"9 cloud development platforms on the rise" [Slideshow]
"Open source suites go beyond Microsoft Office"
"10 must-have gadgets for the traveling executive" [Slideshow]
"Who owns what when employees use their own tech"
"9 Tips To Block Hotel Wi-Fi Malware: FBI issues warning to people traveling abroad that free Wi-Fi systems can pose a threat. Learn how to keep systems locked down and safe while traveling."
"Patients Like Active Video Games As Fitness Tools: Most consumers believe that video games that force them to get up and move around can improve their health, says study from UnitedHealth Group."
"Is Facebook Too Dependent on Zuckerberg?" [Video Report]
"Stocks end lower as bank shares weigh"
"Dow Logs Worst Week of 2012; JPMorgan Skids"
"Dow Has Its Worst Week in 5 Months: The Dow industrials edged lower to cap their biggest weekly retreat of the year, as big trading losses at J.P. Morgan Chase JPM -9.28% weighed on sentiment."
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