"Olympic Games trigger over 150 million Twitter messages" Electronista 7:07 PM
"Facebook's number of servers soar to an estimated 180K" GigaOM 6:18 PM
"How To Build A Phononic Computer: Physicists have designed the building blocks of quantum computer that works using sound" Technology Review 2:55 PM
"Singapore scientists unveil multiscreen, social TV viewing experience" CNET News 12:52 PM
"Touchscreen displays will become $31.9B market by 2018" VentureBeat 12:48 PM
"RadioShack Plan for Carrier Service Leaked" PCWorld 11:10 AM
"GameStop Sees Future, Embraces Tablets" PCWorld 11:10 AM
"Neo Geo X Gold retro console launches 12/6" TG Daily 11:32 AM
"Neo Geo Returns With $200 20th Anniversary Console" PC Magazine 11:09 AM
"Swiss scientists develop algorithm to locate source of malware, spam: The algorithm aims to determine the probable source of an online attack by analyzing about ten percent of the network connections" IDG News Service 10:49 AM
"Another Angry Birds Manager Flies The Nest" Forbes 10:44 AM
"High Tech Grandparents: Seniors embrace gadgets" TheStreet 10:39 AM
"Red Hat offers up OpenStack preview, supported version planned for '13" ZDNet 11:43 AM
"Red Hat previews enterprise-ready OpenStack cloud computing build" V3 11:37 AM
"Red Hat OpenStack Distribution Released in Preview" eWeek 10:42 AM
"Red Hat to release enterprise-ready OpenStack package" IDG News Service 10:36 AM
"New IBM Research Lab to Open In Kenya" PRNewswire 9:53 AM
"Oracle OpenWorld 2012 and JavaOne 2012 Offer Attendees Unparalleled Access to Educational Content and Sessions on Latest Industry Topics and Trends: Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne Registration Now Open" Marketwire 11:55 AM
"India's free mobile phone plan faces opposition" ZDNet 11:45 AM
"FTC may force firms to admit guilt in future settlement deals" ZDNet 11:45 AM
"The security game changes when the bad guys are backed by foreign governments" Network World 11:13 AM
"Facial recognition may need regulating: Congress might need to pass legislation to limit the way government agencies and private companies use facial recognition technology to identify people, a U.S. senator said recently." Computerworld 11:12 AM
"NASA gives Curiosity Mars rover its first major software update" ZDNet 11:45 AM
"Nasa updates Mars Curiosity rover software" V3 11:38 AM
"Curiosity's new OS upgrade ready to go live" The Register 11:35 AM
"NASA Mars Rover Curiosity Gets Software Update" eWeek 10:41 AM
"Samsung, Osram settle LED patent battle" EE Times 10:41 AM
"Lawyers sound alarm bells over changes to Google search rankings for copyright content" V3 11:37 AM
"Google may face U.K. parliament over tax-avoidance strategies" CNET News 11:57 AM
"Google may face Parliament over tax avoidance scheme" ZDNet 11:44 AM
"Google may face grilling by MPs over 'immoral' tax avoidance" The Register 11:34 AM
"India antitrust body investigating Google: minister" Reuters 10:10 AM
"The OS installation from hell" InfoWorld 10:49 AM
"9 popular IT security practices that just don't work" InfoWorld 10:48 AM
"The Cloud: It's Not Just a Technology - It's a Catalyst" [Podcast] E-Commerce Times 10:41 AM
"Study: Companies remain vulnerable as ever to hackers" Boston Globe [Free Registration Required] 10:30 AM
"Evil or Not, Layoffs Show Google Means Business" Wired 3:27 PM
"Google Joins Copyright Police Force: Websites accused of copyright infringement, rightly or wrongly, may soon be harder to find. It is a bad idea, and Google should leave law enforcement to the police." InformationWeek 10:15 AM
"Stocks Finish Mixed in Slow Session" TheStreet 4:11 PM
"Stocks: Global concerns grip investors/U.S. stocks tumbled Monday as concerns about global growth weighed on the market." CNNMoney 4:11 PM
"S&P Snaps Win Streak: Stocks ended mostly lower, with the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index snapping a six-session streak of gains, its longest rally since December 2010." WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 4:12 PM
"Stocks: Global concerns grip investors" CNNMoney 9:30 AM
"U.K. stocks trade lower as resource firms fall: Weakness in miners, GlaxoSmithKline weighs on London benchmark" MarketWatch 9:41 AM
"Japan GDP Dents Asia Markets" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 9:40 AM
"Asian Stocks Fall as Japan's Economic Growth Misses Estimates" Bloomberg 9:43 AM
"Asia Markets: China stocks hit by weak outlook, lead Asia lower" MarketWatch 9:36 AM
"Europe Stocks Slip on GDP Fears" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 11:50 AM
"European Stocks Fall as Japanese Growth Wanes; Julius Baer Drops" Bloomberg 9:43 AM
"Europe Markets: Resources weigh on Europe; Italian banks rise/Late selling ensues on report of legal challenge for ESM" MarketWatch 11:50 AM
"Most active Nasdaq-traded stocks: Nasdaq's 10 most active stocks at 1 p.m." Associated Press 12:52 PM
"Why India Wants to Scan All Fingers, Eyes and Faces"
"Instagram's Co-Founders to Step Down From Company: Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, Instagram's co-founders, resigned from the photo app on Monday. Their exits add to the challenges facing Facebook, which owns the app."
"Google's changes to Chrome have users and experts up in arms"
"Pandora's Music Genome Project: A new music experience"
"Linus Torvalds and Linux Code of Conduct: 7 myths debunked"
"LinkedIn launches Talent Insights for HR analytics, talent planning"
"These are the jobs AI is destroying and creating"
"New Apple connection problem? iPhone XS users report subpar cell and Wi-Fi reception"
"Rachio 3 Smart Sprinkler becomes first to add Apple HomeKit support"
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