Senior Microsoft executive Satya Nadella would replace Steve Ballmer as Microsoft CEO, two media reports said today, citing sources familiar with the processes of selecting the new leader at the Redmond-based company.
"Your shadow at morning striding behind you
Or your shadow at evening rising to meet you;
I will show you fear in a handful of dust."
TS Eliot, The Wasteland
Apple and Google are not as popular with San Francisco residents as they might think.
The German courts have spoken and saved mankind from the tyranny of fully copyrighted smut that requires payment when freely posted to the Internet for free use by people who are free to then do stuff to it in the privacy of their own love dens.
It is bad enough to be fined for distributing an illegal movie torrent, but a Swedish movie pirate found himself fined extra for distributing copy that was poor quality.
The lead guitarist for the formerly popular beat combo The Sweet had a crack at being a copyright troll and failed dismally.
Yay for the usurpers of the north. Not cowed by Google's success in thwarting the best efforts of the governments of the free world, Canada is going to look real hard whether Google is abusing its search monopoly.
Big Content trolls have issued bills to Germans who visited a porn website and streamed content.
Joking aside, there is nothing to be neutral about when pondering Oracle's attempts to sue Google for copyright infringement on 37 Java APIs. It's got the Open Source community up in arms, but Google may have shot itself in the foot, and the results could end up having a huge impact in the future.
A convicted sex offender faces a retrial because a judge in the case did not like the fact he used Arial typeface on letters and said as much on Facebook.
The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street who created the dot.com bubble seem set to do the same thing again.
A Silicon Valley jury ordered Samsung Electronics to pay Apple $290 million for copying iPhone and iPad features.
US senators once again proved themselves sock-puppets for big US corporate interests by watering down a bill designed to protect innovators from patent trolls.
Volish chairman Sir William Gates III has said that there were difficulties in finding a CEO who can replace Steve "sounds of silence" Ballmer.
A Wall Street Trader is thoroughly regretting believing Apple's hype machine.
Fashion bag maker Intel has surprised the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by setting up their own high street shops. After all, it worked for Apple and even Microsoft.
Advertising agency Lady Geek has blasted womens' magazines for failing to cover tech and provide more information on gadgets and computers.
UK prime minister David "one is an ordinary bloke" Cameron has threatened the British press that he will bring in censorship if they do not do what he tells them.
One of the biggest bittorrent search engines has ceased operation. The Isohunt website is shutting down after more than ten years according to its founder, Gary Fung.
Because they're Wall Street and they'd be free to suck every ounce of cash out of Microsoft and not have to worry about investing in the future; there won't be a future for Microsoft without Bill Gates. Let's find someone with some love for Microsoft to make it great again. Not just a bean counter or suit to manage its monopolies to death.