"Microsoft agrees to Windows 10 adjustments with Swiss data watchdog" ["The Swiss Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC) said on Wednesday it had concluded an investigation into the operating system begun in 2015, which it said revealed data protection gaps under Swiss law. 'The FDPIC investigations revealed that data processing in connection with Windows 10 did not conform in every respect with the data protection legislation,' the authority said in a statement."] Reuters 9:10 AM
"Microsoft makes minor concessions on Windows 10 data collection: Will stop harvesting app usage data under 'Basic' setting" Computerworld 6:48 AM
"New Windows 10 build incoming: Microsoft nixes annoying productivity obstacles/Microsoft has a new build of Windows 10 for the Anniversary update, which irons out a number of bugs that could hinder office productivity." ZDNet 6:34 AM
"Say Hello to Windows Goodbye: Microsoft is preparing to roll out a dynamic locking system for Windows 10 users who step away." PC Magazine 8:15 AM
"Microsoft makes it easier to lock down your Windows 10 device data" The Next Web 6:30 AM
"Spiceworks Survey Suggest Microsoft Teams May Surpass Slack Chat" eWeek 6:18 PM
"Study: Microsoft Teams set to pass Slack, Google Hangouts as second most-used business chat app in next 2 years" GeekWire 7:35 AM
"How game hardware inspires PC design at Dell" VentureBeat 8:22 AM
"Dell EMC speeds PC deployment with ProDeploy Client Suite" iTWire 8:27 AM
"Dell EMC To Help CIOs Deploy PCs With Greater Speed, Better Control" CXOToday 8:27 AM
"Dell Scoffs At Macbook Pro Users With Upgraded XPS 15" Korea Portal 8:26 AM
"Dell EMC brings ProDeploy model to PCs with ProDeploy Client Suite" ChannelBuzz 8:26 AM
"Dell Ditches Plans For 4K OLED Monitor Due to Color Drift" Digital Trends 9:17 AM
"The $340 Million Question IBM Needs To Answer On Its Fourth Quarter Earnings Call" Seeking Alpha 1:07 PM
"Will IBM Break Its Negative Revenue Trend in 4Q16?" Market Realist 2:41 PM
"Intel Brings Hyper-Threading to Pentium Chips" PC Magazine 3:39 PM
"Intel Compute Card: A Universal Compute Form-Factor for Different Kinds of Devices" AnandTech 12:37 PM
"AMD Set to Launch Ryzen Before March 3rd, Meeting Q1 Target" AnandTech 6:57 AM
"AMD Ryzen: The hype train is here, but should we get on?" Ars Technica 8:19 AM
"How Will Cisco's Partnership with Ericsson Impact Cisco?" Market Realist 2:08 PM
"Get ready for the rise of spymail, the hottest trend in email hacking" TechRepublic 11:09 AM
"Amazon just got slapped with a $1 million fine for misleading pricing" Recode 5:02 PM
"You'll probably get to keep watching free video on your phone — even if it violates net neutrality: The FCC finally decided AT&T and Verizon are violating current law, but Trump is likely to scrap the rules entirely." Recode 4:48 PM
"EU says U.S. explanation of Yahoo email scanning not enough" Reuters 3:42 PM
"EU wants to regulate WhatsApp and Skype like carriers" IDG News Service 1:07 PM
"Amazon to pay C$1.1 million to settle Canada pricing case" Reuters 12:37 PM
"Trump leak claims Telegram was hacked by the Russian secret police" Mashable 12:36 PM
"FBI row over Geek Squad child abuse find" BBC 7:14 AM
"Samsung leader named a suspect in South Korea political probe" Reuters 6:34 AM
"Dow moves within 50 points of 20,000 after Trump news conference: Nasdaq notches fifth straight record close" MarketWatch 3:57 PM
"Nasdaq Posts Another Record Close in Unpredictable Trump-Triggered Trading Session: Like President-elect Donald Trump's first press conference since securing victory, Wall Street's trading on Wednesday was unpredictable." TheStreet 3:57 PM
"Windows security: Cryptocurrency miner malware is enslaving PCs with Eternal Blue"
"Brazilian government to reassess Internet steering committee"
"Microsoft's new record: Speech recognition AI now transcribes as well as a human"
"Nokia 5 review: A solid mid-range pure-Android contender"
"Unifi Software readies RegAlert! for GDPR"
"Enigma ethereum marketplace hijacked, investors duped by phishing scam"
"Android 8.0 Oreo: Rollout begins for Pixel, Nexus in Android beta"
"Finns chill out quantum computers with qubit refrigerator to cut out errors"
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