Top five headlines
- Microsoft abandons its bid for Yahoo (see below)
- Bill would penalize companies that aid net censorship (ZDNet)
- IBM-Google hug in the cloud (ZDNet)
- Will open source save Sun? (CNET)
- 48% see themselves running Windows XP in 2014 (ZDNet)
Microsoft abandons its bid for Yahoo
- Microsoft pulls its Yahoo offer (CNET)
- Microsoft says proxy battle not worth it (CNET)
- Microsoft walks: Five reasons why it's a good move (ZDNet)
- Assessing winners, losers and Plan Bs (ZDNet)
- Microsoft withdraws offer for Yahoo (Reuters)
- Microsoft To Yahoo: Take a Hike! (GigaOm)
- Jerry Yang's memo to Yahoo staff (CNET)
- Ballmer's e-mail to staff on Yahoo (CNET)
- Why Microsoft coveted Yahoo (CNET)
- Yahoo Prepares For A Black Monday (TechCrunch)
- Yang betting on Y!Open to save Yahoo! (CNET)
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Jason Hiner is Global Editor in Chief of TechRepublic and Global Long Form Editor of ZDNet. He writes about how technology is changing the way we live and work in the 21st century. He's co-author of the book, Follow the Geeks.