"Germany Says HP Paid Kickbacks To Get Russian Contract"
Forbes 12:52 PM
"HP and IBM: Two paths, one future/Despite bedrock similarities, the two giants have very different philosophies."
Fortune 10:58 AM
"IBM's Ginni Rometty looks ahead: She's earned the No. 1 spot in our annual ranking of the Most Powerful Women in Business. But to keep Big Blue growing, Rometty will have to sell IBM like never before."
Fortune 11:06 AM
"Boffins spin up working Qubit in silicon: Quantum researcher outlines how to build a quantum logic gate"
The Register 2:30 PM
"Fortune's 'Most Powerful Women' Features Techies: IBM's Rometty Tops List, but Yahoo's Mayer Grabs Cover"
AllThingsD 10:49 AM
"Tech execs top Fortune's list of powerful women"
CNET News 11:47 AM
"IT headcount expected to rise in Q4: Projected IT hiring will be up from Q3, but still lags behind fields such as legal, sales and marketing, according to Robert Half Technology"
Network World 1:00 PM
"W3C announces plan to deliver HTML 5 by 2014, HTML 5.1 in 2016: Breaking the spec up into smaller pieces will allow swifter standardization."
Ars Technica 9:13 PM
"IPv4 address transfer markets are forming where we least expected: As IPv4 addresses run out, regions have very different fixes in mind."
Ars Technica 9:14 PM
"Verizon CFO buries his head in the sand, claims unlimited data is 'going by the wayside'"
Engadget 7:42 PM
"Kindles are shown the automatic sliding door at Walmart: The people of Walmart have voted, Amazon's devices aren't fit for the chain."
Ars Technica 6:18 PM
"Lenovo axes Android App Shop, points you in the direction of Google Play"
Engadget 4:49 PM
"Sophos admits bad update slamming its anti-virus software customers: Sophos apologizes for faulty update to its anti-virus software which is causing disruptions for customers"
Network World 1:13 PM
"Happy 4th Birthday, Android: Google's mobile OS went from a promising concept to nearly DOA, only to begin an impressive surge a year later—and now sits on top of the global wireless market."
PC Magazine 1:10 PM
"Google's Spanner Database Offers Global Scale: Spanner, Google's latest database technology, relies on atomic clocks to ensure the consistency of distributed data."
InformationWeek 12:56 PM
"Kids' tablets prepare for battle: A new generation of kids' tablets will go head-to-head this holiday season, but will children go for them instead of their parents' iPads and Kindles?"
Fortune 12:53 PM
"WD expected to start production of 5mm HDDs at end of 2012, say Taiwan makers"
DigiTimes 12:36 PM
"Wal-Mart drops Kindle products: Memo cites competition in following move Target made months ago"
Reuters [Free Registration Required] 12:26 PM
"Microsoft - Slow And Steady Wins The Race"
Seeking Alpha 2:53 PM
"New Microsoft Keyboard Splits Space Bar, Left Side Used as Backspace Key"
Techland 2:31 PM
"Microsoft releases VMware-EATER: All your VMDKs are belong to Windows Server thanks to free converter"
The Register 2:30 PM
"Application development costs for Windows 8 only one-third those for Android, iOS, say Taiwan ISVs"
DigiTimes 12:36 PM
"Why Microsoft's Surface needs to be a premium tablet"
CNET News 11:48 AM
"Microsoft's Disappointing Dividend Boost Doesn't Divert From Poor Capital Allocation"
Seeking Alpha 11:41 AM
"Is Microsoft 'Cheating' On Nokia With HTC?"
Seeking Alpha 11:40 AM
"Microsoft to invest $500 million in youth outreach program"
CNET News 2:56 PM
"Microsoft introduces new YouthSpark philanthropy program"
ZDNet 2:39 PM
"Microsoft Mobilizes to Create Opportunities for 300 Million Youth Around the World: Microsoft YouthSpark is a new companywide initiative to create opportunities for 300 million youth through a range of global programs, delivered in partnership with governments, nonprofits and other businesses."
PRNewswire 11:38 AM
"Judge refuses to demand YouTube remove anti-Islam film in actress's lawsuit"
Reuters 12:31 PM
"Philippines outlaws cybersex and 'cam girls'"
BBC 12:15 PM
"GAO Urges Action On Mobile Device Security: Watchdog agency advises private sector and federal agencies to step up efforts to educate consumers against malware, other threats."
InformationWeek 11:59 AM
"Former U.S. CTO Chopra: From Technologist To Politician" [Video Report]
BYTE 11:56 AM
"Founders Den Apps Support Productivity On The Go"
"Baseball Fans Use Passbook Mobile Wallet To Buy Tickets"
"Social Opens New IT Career Path In Marketing"
"AirWatch Updates MDM, Configurator Support For iOS 6"
"Dell Shows Win 8 Tablet, Ultrabook | iOS 6: 5 Things To Like"
"Former U.S. CTO Chopra: From Technologist To Politician"
"IBM Predicts Rise In OS X Exploits, Touts Sandboxing"
"iOS 6: 5 Things That Disappoint"
"Medical Data Breach Highlights Need For Encryption"
"iOS 6: 5 Things To Like"
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