"Microsoft takes 'a breath or two' after 'blistering' 2 months" CNET News 10:04 AM
"Microsoft-powered phone shipments up 227%, research firm says" Washington Post [Free Registration Required] 12:57 PM
"Ballmer's biggest blunder ever? The mis-naming of Metro" ZDNet 1:11 PM
"Microsoft to drop 'Metro' name for Windows 8" BBC 10:33 AM
"Death of the Metro brand: Windows 8's latest flub/Microsoft is rumored to be working on a new name for its upcoming UI after hitting a predictable trademark conflict with the term 'Metro'" InfoWorld 11:32 AM
"Microsoft Looks to Drop Metro Brand" PCWorld 12:00 PM
"Windows 8 Loses Metro Interface (Sort Of): Trademark trouble may be behind Microsoft's last-minute decision to rename its next-gen user interface." InformationWeek 11:30 AM
"Report: Trademark dispute scuttles the name 'Metro' for Windows 8's design" Houston Chronicle 11:29 AM
"Windows 8 RTM leaks to Web: Hits file-sharing sites one day after Microsoft announces milestone" Computerworld 10:44 AM
"Microsoft updates explanation of Azure outage" GigaOM 9:24 AM
"Microsoft blames last week's Azure outage on a configuration error" IDG News Service 10:00 PM
"HP Touchpad still marginally useful with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean port" BGR 9:58 PM
"HP and Dell to 'unveil Windows RT slabs in October'" The Register 12:42 PM
"HP hangs axe over 268 UK staffers ahead of mass cull: HP wants to make nearly 300 UK staff redundant before its mass lay-off programme even kicks in, company insiders have claimed." The Register 12:41 PM
"What Happens Now in the HP-Oracle Lawsuit Over Itanium?" AllThingsD 9:59 PM
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"Oracle Says SAP To Pay $306 Million In Copyright Deal" Bloomberg 9:56 AM
"SAP Pays Oracle $306 Million To Avoid New Trial: SAP seeks resolution to copyright infringement case, but Oracle can still appeal judge's decision to knock down $1.3 billion jury award." InformationWeek 11:30 AM
"SAP agrees to pay Oracle at least $436m" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 11:21 AM
"No one will say the 'T' word, but Internet sales tax is all but inevitable" NBC News 11:54 AM
"FBI's Sentinel Project: 5 Lessons Learned/The agency used agile development and private sector know-how to finally finish its delayed digital case management system.Agency used agile development and private sector know-how to finish its long-delayed digital case management system." InformationWeek 10:13 AM
"Embedding copyright-infringing video is not a crime, court rules" CNET News 10:04 AM
"Judge casts doubt on Facebook 'Sponsored Stories' privacy deal" CNET 10:02 AM
"Chick-fil-A foe shows how YouTube can corrupt the soul: It's one thing to act badly. It's another to film yourself acting badly and then choose to upload that behavior to YouTube. That is something Adam Smith, former CFO at a medical device firm, is finding out." CNET News 9:52 PM
"Please Don't Call It Trash-80: A 35th Anniversary Salute to Radio Shack's TRS-80" Techland 7:39 PM
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