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Asian Shares Flat Awaiting Spanish Bond Sale

Asian shares moved in a narrow range Thursday after the previous day's rally as investors grew cautious ahead of a key Spanish bond sale that would test the market's risk appetite as concerns mounted over the euro zone's debt crisis.

Microsoft Releasing Three Editions Of Windows 8

Microsoft announced Monday it will sell three versions of Windows 8 for Intel computers. Two retail editions of Windows 8 will be sold for x86 and x64 PCs. The third edition will be an OEM-only version that's only available for ARM-based PCs and tablets.

Joe Muto Fox News Mole: His Biggest Allegations About The News Giant

Swiftly and without much hullabaloo, Fox News exterminated The Fox Mole, a Fox News employee who had been feeding anonymous information to Gawker from inside the organization, in less than 24 hours. On Monday, at around 3 p.m. he published his first article. By Tuesday just before 9 p.m., The Fox Mole was fired and he revealed his true identity on Gawker as former Fox News employee Joe Muto.

Micron Shares Gain After $1B Notes Offering

Shares of Micron Technology (NYSE: MU), the only U.S. independent maker of memory chips, rose 5 percent after it announced plans to sell convertible senior notes valued at $1 billion.

Micron Shares Down After Posting 2Q Loss

Shares of Micron Technology (Nasdaq: MU), the No. 1 maker of memory chips, fell 3.5 percent Friday after the company reported a second-quarter loss as revenue fell nearly 9 percent.

Stock Rater Sees Facebook On Par With Tech Titans

Facebook isn’t even trading yet but Rapid Ratings, a New York firm with an unusual risk-analysis model, rates the social networking company's stock as highly as that of technology stars Intel, Apple, Microsoft and Google.

New iPad 3 Beware: Windows 8 Gearing for October Debut

According to a new Bloomberg report citing anonymous sources familiar with the matter, Microsoft plans to wrap up its Windows 8 this summer, just in time for PCs and tablets with the new OS to go on sale around October. The sources wished to remain unnamed due to confidentiality issues.

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