DailyDose, your everyday brief of important technology news is here. In today’s edition: Google Glass targeting end of 2013 release, Yahoo wants remote employees to work from office & more.
Apple Shareholder Vote Blocked at Greenlight’s Request: David Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital Inc. won a court order blocking Apple Inc. from proceeding with a shareholder vote that might lead to limiting the company’s ability to issue preferred stock. More here.
Google Glass Targeting End Of 2013 Consumer Release, With Price Tag Under $1,500: Google seems to be looking to bring its ambitious Google Glass wearable computer to market much faster than many likely anticipated, according to the Verge. Google told the site that it hopes to have a “fully-polished” version of Glass available for sale to ordinary consumers by the end of 2013. More here.
Yahoo CEO Mayer Now Requiring Remote Employees to Not Be (Remote): According to numerous sources, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has instituted a HR plan today to require Yahoo employees who work remotely to relocate to company facilities. More here.
Microsoft says small number of its computers hacked: Microsoft said on Friday a small number of its computers, including some in its Mac software business unit, were infected with malware, but there was no evidence of customer data being affected and it is continuing its investigation. More here.