Obama finally names CTO, Google aims for TV, and Techcrunch, heal thyself

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Oracle Corporation announced today an agreement to acquire Sun Microsystems for $9.50 per share in cash, or about $7.4 billion total. The deal comes after IBM-Sun talks fell apart. (WSJ)

Google’s search robot will finally be crawling its way to your TV. (TeeVee)

Eyeing diners, restaurants take to Twitter. (Reuters)

Techcrunch says bloggers should stop doing what it basically does, trash startups in a heartbeat. (Techcrunch)

WPP has filed a lawsuit against Spot Runner, the self-service ad creator, securities fraud and breach of contract. (SIA)

President Obama named Aneesh Chopra, currently Virginia’s secretary of technology, the U.S.’s first chief technology officer. (Video below)



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