"Touch: Where Microsoft Went Wrong" TechCrunch 8:41 PM
"Should Microsoft keep bashing Apple, Google? Despite financial disappointments, Microsoft has offered a new, more aggressive stance toward competitors. Instead of telling people that Apple is bad, should Microsoft start telling people why it's good? Or is that too hard?" CNET News 11:50 AM
"Microsoft's Xbox 360 Stands Tall in the U.S., Outsells PS3 and Wii for 30 Straight Months" HotHardware 8:09 AM
"Microsoft Internet Explorer Pushes Beyond Second Screen To Companion Web" Forbes 2:04 PM
"Can Hewlett-Packard Continue Its Good Run?" Seeking Alpha 8:05 AM
"Amazon vs. IBM: Big Blue meets match in battle for the cloud" Reuters 7:56 AM
"IBM high-fives Netflix open-source tools" GigaOM 10:14 AM
"What's IBM Doing at a #Mobile Conference, Anyway?" Technorati 8:12 AM
"Regeneron in final talks to take over Dell's Irish facility" Irish Independent 8:15 AM
"Intel looks to catch up with appetite for mobile devices" Arizona Republic 8:14 AM
"American Bill McDermott to Be Sole SAP CEO" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 7:41 PM
"SAP to drop dual chief executive set-up" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 5:21 PM
"Facebook's Open Compute network is limited, Cisco says" Network World 2:03 PM
"U.N. warns on mobile cybersecurity bugs in bid to prevent attacks" Reuters 8:06 AM
"Microsoft shares hit by biggest sell-off since 2000" Reuters 7/20
"Microsoft's Bad Quarter: Sign of Worse to Come?" Barron's 7/20
"Google appeals Motorola's loss to Microsoft in ITC patent case, still seeking Xbox import ban" Foss Patents 7/20
"Microsoft strategy should take hint from Apple, analyst says" Computerworld 7/20
"If the iPad was late, ran Windows 8, it would fail too: To say that the $900 million write-down on the Surface RT tablet is a red flag may be putting it too charitably. No product that ran the RT version of Windows 8 and came out about three years after the first tablets appeared would succeed." CNET News 7/20
"Why Michael Dell's Buyout Deserves to Die: Dell bought time with a vote postponement, but the deal still faces some difficult shareholder math. And, unless Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer can come up with a clear turnaround plan and execute it, upside is limited from here." Barron's 7/20
"IBM layoffs a sign of flux: Job cuts don't dampen rumors that firm may sell some factories" Albany Times Union 7/20
"Google Glass-Like Products Can Launch For As Low As $400" Forbes 5:21 PM
"Google face pressure to slow down rollout of driverless car technology" T3 7:59 AM
"Video: Disney Research Blasts You With Air Vortices... for Fun!" PC Magazine 5:19 PM
"Disney Research's AIREAL creates haptic feedback out of thin air" Engadget 7:57 AM
"Utah ISP owner describes the NSA 'black box' that spied on his customers" The Verge 7:57 AM
"Mozilla unveils 'aggressive' Firefox OS schedule: Quarterly feature releases, security updates every six weeks" The Next Web 7/20
"Code-breaker Alan Turing to be pardoned (finally): Vilified by the British government for his homosexuality: a fact that many say led to his suicide: the famous mathematician and Enigma code-breaker is now likely to receive a posthumous pardon." CNET News 7/20
"Tumblr Clarifies NSFW Policy, Adds Naughty Blogs Back to Search" PC Magazine 7/20
"Tumblr and Critics Tussle Over Porn Treatment" AllThingsD 7/20
"Official Press Shots Leak for Google's Moto X" PC Magazine 7/20
"Google Maps Updated: 10 Cool Features/Tour the latest version of Google Maps, now available on the iPad and the iPhone, boasting better navigation and search tools, including Google Earth's bird's-eye view." [Slideshow] InformationWeek 7/20
"Yahoo nears Microsoft's 2008 buyout bid price" USA Today 7/20
"Daily Android activations grow to 1.5 million, Google Play surpasses 50 billion downloads" BGR 7/20
"Motorola building a 'world-class wearables design group,' according to job posting" The Verge 7/20
"Microsoft Kinect used to live-translate Chinese sign language into text" Ars Technica 2:04 PM
"'Spartan Assault' is a great new Halo, but Microsoft is playing a risky game with Windows Phone users" GeekWire 7:57 AM
"After Apple deal, HopStop yanked from Windows Phone" GeekWire 7/20
"Surface RT: A plan worthy of the South Park Underpants Gnomes" The Register 7/20
"As Detroit Wobbles, So Does Microsoft" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 7/19
"Why the Surface RT Failed and the iPad Did Not" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 7/19
"ValueAct negotiating for seat on Microsoft board: Report/Summary: Reuters is reporting that ValueAct Capital is trying to secure a seat on the Microsoft board, a day after the company issued a weak Q4 earnings report." ZDNet 7/19
"Exclusive: Microsoft in talks with ValueAct over board seat - sources" Reuters 7/19
"Surface RT takes on the iPad and wins!" BetaNews 7/19
"What Should Microsoft Do With its Surface Surplus? Around six million Surface tablets are wasting away in a warehouse somewhere and I have a few ideas on how Microsoft should move them." PC Magazine 7/19
"Amazon Wins $600 Million Contract With The U.S Central Intelligence Agency" RazorianFly 5:31 PM
"Korea's Internet Explorer dependency blamed for hacking of over 100m user records since 2008" The Next Web 2:04 PM
"Huawei's Headaches Keep Growing: U.K. to Conduct Cybersecurity Probe" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 11:54 AM
"F.C.C. Backs Plan to Update a Fund That Helps Connect Schools to the Internet" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 7/20
"FISA court renews authority to collect phone records/U.S. intelligence officials decide to publicize the renewal of the government's surveillance program. In other words: Let the NSA spying keep on rolling." CNET News 7/19
"How A 20-Year-Old College Dropout Raised $18 Million To Build The Perfect Virtual Reality Headset" Business Insider 7/20
"What can I use as a Google alternative?" Telegraph 7/20
"How can I play old games on my new computer?" Telegraph 7/20
"Building a 3D printer: 8 hours in 2 minutes" TechHive 7/20
"Scout adds crowdsourced incident reporting to nav apps: The latest update to this navigation app helps users find fun things to do, share those things with friends, and avoid traffic along the way." CNET Reviews 7/19
"Asia Markets: Japan stocks rise after election, with Asia higher/Asian stocks rose Monday after the Japanese government regained control of the parliament's upper house in weekend elections and China removed a floor on banks' lending rates, raising hopes for further reforms in both economies." MarketWatch 9:11 PM
"Tech Stocks: Microsoft, Google, AMD lead tech retreat/Shares slide as tech sector gets hit by disappointing earnings/Technology stocks paced a broad market retreat Friday, as disappointing results from Microsoft Corp., Advanced Micro Devices and Google Inc. sent those shares falling." MarketWatch 7/19
"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 search revamp: Expect to see ton of new features on your phone"
"Salesforce launches Customer 360, aims to integrate all your data, applications"
"FinancialForce pumps Einstein Analytics into latest platform update"
"Indestructible EternalBlue: 300,000 computers still infected"
"Symantec accountancy audit uncovers customer transaction recorded as revenue"
"Man gets two years in prison for sabotaging US Army servers with 'logic bomb'"
"Vulnerable open source component adoption skyrockets in the enterprise"
"Watch: Wall-crawling robot artist turns building into art"
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