"Oracle's Ellison focused on Cloud, not deals"
Yahoo! News 8:05 PM
"Oracle CEO to experiment on his Hawaiian island"
Yahoo! News 8:25 PM
"Oracle finally releases pricing for cloud software offerings: The pricing is competitive with rival Salesforce.com, according to one analyst"
Computerworld 7:38 PM
"Oracle's Larry Ellison takes swing at IBM"
ITProPortal 7:14 AM
"Tit for tat: Amazon offers free taste of Oracle database"
GigaOM 6:28 AM
"Cisco CEO Chambers' pay drops 9% to $11.7 million"
Network World 2:11 PM
"WebOS resurrected on Android devices"
TG Daily 6:27 AM
"Dell and OSIsoft Build Smart Grid Platform for Synchrophasor Big Data: An integrated hardware-software suite for analyzing the 60-cycle-per-second data that describes the grid."
Greentech Media 7:01 AM
"Lenovo to Set Up PC Plant in U.S."
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 6:26 AM
"YouTube cedes to Turkey and uses local Web domain: Google's Video-sharing site will now use 'com.tr' in the European country; this means paying local taxes and abiding by often-strict content regulations."
CNET News 9:08 PM
"The Zuckerberg tour continues: Next stop: the 'Today Show'/Under pressure from investors and the public, Facebook's CEO makes the media rounds to make sure Facebook's messages are heard."
CNET News 9:08 PM
"Sony's 2012 PlayStation torn down, shows its evolved roots (Video)"
Engadget 5:46 PM
"LinkedIn branches out with new blogging and 'following' features for select group"
Engadget 12:40 PM
"LinkedIn launches 'followers' feature: Users can now follow industry notables: and subscribe to their posts: on the professional social network."
CNET News 8:53 AM
"Gingerbread most popular Android flavor at 56 percent market share: Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) have combined for over 25 percent market share."
CNET News 8:53 AM
"Nest 2.0: Slimmer, sleeker thermostat smarter than ever/The latest thermostat from the 'Father of the iPod' is 20 percent thinner and works with nearly all home heating or cooling systems. New software also is smarter than previous version."
CNET News 8:52 AM
"Nest Learning Thermostat gets refreshed with a slimmer design, improved scheduling features"
Engadget 8:45 AM
"Gmail can now search inside attachments"
The Verge 7:56 AM
"One quarter of U.S. tech start-ups founded by an immigrant: study"
Reuters 7:56 AM
"Which ISPs are capping your broadband, and why?"
GigaOm 7:33 AM
"Toyota catches the smartphone bug with INSECT electric vehicle concept"
The Verge 7:27 AM
"Tag Manager added to Google Analytics"
ITProPortal 7:07 AM
"Live Twitter stream found in print issue of Entertainment Weekly"
The Verge 6:55 AM
"Google Catalogs makes web-based catalog browsing a reality"
Engadget 6:29 AM
"HTC One X+ using quad-core Tegra 3 processor revealed"
Electronista 6:29 AM
"Go-Matic Lets You Build Instant Social Groups With Anyone Around You"
TechCrunch 6:27 AM
"App.net lowers annual fee to $36 and adds a monthly option, as membership nears 20,000: Existing users will see extra time added to their subscriptions to match pricing"
The Verge 6:26 AM
"EBay Aims to Ease Problems Of Shipping Abroad for Users"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 10:31 AM
"Cisco starts cooperation with Ukrainian gas company"
Telecompaper 7:11 AM
"Cisco (CSCO) Introduces ATM Solutions For Remote Areas In India"
USA Stock Report 7:11 AM
"HP Helps Rolls-Royce Move to IT Ecosystem: Rolls-Royce Continues Long-Standing Relationship With HP"
MarketWatch 7:04 AM
"Scientists ask for legal safeguards to keep their work out of court: Oil spill researchers have their preliminary data subpoenaed by BP."
Ars Technica 8:45 AM
"Justice Dept. to defend warrantless cell phone tracking: Prosecutors say Americans have 'no privacy interest' in location records revealing minute-to-minute movements of their mobile devices, even when they're not in use."
CNET News 7:55 AM
"Sarcasm campaigning: Social media hones cynical edge in presidential politics"
NBC News 7:31 AM
"Samsung gets Galaxy tablet temporary ban lifted in US: Court ruling follows billion-dollar Samsung fine for infringing Apple patents and too closely mimicking its designs"
The Guardian 7:29 AM
"Zuckerberg in Moscow to boost Facebook's presence"
AFP 7:29 AM
"Zuckerberg Meets With Medvedev in a Crucial Market"
New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 6:27 AM
"Zuckerberg aims to boost Russian presence"
TG Daily 6:27 AM
"Facebook wants 'Like' button to be exempt from child privacy laws: Social network tells the FTC that teens' right to freedom of expression will be inhibited by proposed revisions to COPPA."
CNET News 8:39 AM
"Marc Andreessen: We're in the 'opposite of a bubble'"
GigaOM 7:46 PM
"Status Symbols: Palm V/PDAs weren't beautiful until Palm decided to change that"
The Verge 2:24 PM
"The Most Expensive Home Movie Ever Will Make You Miss the Summer Even More"
Gizmodo 8:51 AM
"Social media e-discovery: Crucial, even in its infancy/An increasing number of tools can help, but there are many issues to work through first."
Computerworld 7:37 AM
"What Do Google and Goldman Sachs Have in Common? More Than You Think"
Wired Magazine 6:56 AM
"Cisco, H-P lead early tech gains; Apple rises"
MarketWatch 9:51 AM
"Blue-chip stocks close lower; Nasdaq gains"
MarketWatch 4:04 PM
"Spain, Materials Stocks Keep Pressure on Markets"
FOXBusiness 3:52 PM
"Dow Falls After Spain Sparks Wild Ride: The Dow edged lower after Spain's prime minister undercut speculation that the country is moving fast to request a euro-zone bailout, but stocks bounced from the day's lows and the S&P 500 managed a narrow gain."
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 3:52 PM
"Asia Markets: Sydney stocks advance after rate cut; Tokyo slips/Australian stocks led Asian markets Tuesday, ending at their highest level in five months after the country's central bank delivered a surprise interest rate cut, with the resource sector in the lead."
MarketWatch 9:17 AM
"Europe Markets: Spain-bailout hopes send Europe stocks higher/European stocks erased losses from earlier in the session and moved higher on Tuesday, with Spanish stocks leading the charge north after reports said the country is ready to ask for a bailout."
MarketWatch 9:17 AM
"Most active Nasdaq-traded stocks: Nasdaq's 10 most active stocks at 1 p.m."
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