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Today's e-Reads: Microsoft Rolls Out Windows 8

MICROSOFT: PRO Microsoft donated $100,000 to Washington Families Standing Together in support of Referendum 71. In addition, company founder and chairman Bill Gates and CEO Steve Ballmer added their own personal donations to the pot. -PHOTO: WIKIMEDIA COMMONS(wikimedia commons)

October 22, 2012

Microsoft's new Windows 8 may leave some users scratching their heads, according to The New York Times.

And Microsoft's strategy is sending ripples through the technology industry, The Wall Street Journal reports.

But businesses are unlikely to snap up the latest Windows like they used to, Reuters argues.

Yahoo's moves toward a focus on technology, rather than media, will put it on a collision course with Facebook and Google, according to The Washington Post.

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