"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
"Spark extends Cat-M1 IoT network across New Zealand"
"Australian political parties also hit by state actor in parliamentary network attack: PM"
"NBN half-year revenue jumps to AU$1.3b as CEO confident of positive cash flow by FY22"
"Singapore health ministry refutes suggestions of HIV data leak coverup"
"LG to launch 'attachable dual-screen' with G8 ThinQ and V50 ThinQ"
"Ericsson to build 50 Optus 5G sites"
"Your smartphone is going to look a lot stranger next time around"
"Didi Chuxing to reportedly sack 15 percent of workforce after 2018 huge lossses"
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