"HP first-quarter PC shipments, market share rises while Apple's declines" MarketWatch 3:58 PM
"New HP Pavilion Gaming is the highlight of the spring line: HP follows in Dell and Acer's bootprints, creating a new line of cheap-but-appealing gaming gear for nongamers under its Pavilion brand." CNET 7:15 AM
"HP debuts Pavilion Gaming Laptops with many choices for mainstream gamers" PCWorld 7:20 AM
"HP's Pavilion Gaming line offers entry-level desktops and laptops" The Verge 7:24 AM
"HP's latest Pavilion PCs are built for gamers on a budget: They promise the performance and style of gaming PCs without huge prices." Engadget 7:56 AM
"HP is jumping into the legal marijuana industry with a technology that could change the way people buy weed — and it's a first for Silicon Valley" Business Insider 8:36 AM
"Did IBM underpay its sales staff? Three lawsuits say yes. A jury could decide." Durham Herald-Sun 9:32 AM
"This Random Number Generator Could Be the Most Random Ever" Gizmodo 6:17 PM
"Twitter replaces its gun emoji with a water gun" TechCrunch 3:59 PM
"AI software that helps doctors diagnose like specialists is approved by FDA" The Verge 12:31 PM
"Want to survive the technological revolution? Be an adapter: New report shows why it's important to manage the risks of newer technologies such as artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things." ZDNet 12:29 PM
"A disused coal power station will reopen to solely power crypto" Engadget 11:04 AM
"Thousands of hacked websites are infecting visitors with malware" Ars Technica 8:04 AM
"Adobe patches critical vulnerabilities in Flash, InDesign" ZDNet 7:30 AM
"German spy chief says wouldn't trust Facebook with his data" Associated Press 7:20 AM
"Zuckerberg won't give a straight answer on data downloads" TechCrunch 1:51 PM
"Mark Zuckerberg's personal Facebook profile was part of the Cambridge Analytica leak" The Verge 10:31 AM
"Mark Zuckerberg's Own Data Disclosed After Senate Hearing: His Notes" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:47 AM
"Mark Zuckerberg's personal notes hint that Facebook isn't ready for GDPR" Business Insider 7:18 AM
"The notes Mark Zuckerberg used for his congressional hearing show he was extensively coached for one of the biggest moments of his career" Business Insider 7:17 AM
"The Senate Fought Mark Zuckerberg, and Mark Zuckerberg Won" Slate 7:10 AM
"Mark Zuckerberg used a booster seat to testify before Congress" New York Post 7:09 AM
"Reddit has banned 944 accounts linked to the IRA Russian troll farm" TechCrunch 3:47 PM
"While Zuck squirmed, Reddit revealed it found and killed 944 Russian troll factory accounts" The Register 7:06 AM
"Imagine you're having a CT scan and malware alters the radiation levels – it's doable: WannaCry was a wake-up call for healthcare, but the sector is still terribly vulnerable to attack" The Register 7:05 AM
"Google Sheets gets macros: It's now easier to automate repetitive tasks in Google's spreadsheets tool." ZDNet 1:48 PM
"Google Pixel phones will automatically send spam calls to voicemail: Shutting down spam before it even rings" The Verge 8:55 AM
"Google might be making a 4K Android TV dongle" The Next Web 8:01 AM
"Google wants to gobble up Nokia's airborne broadband biz – reports" The Register 7:05 AM
"Trump Signs FOSTA, Igniting Online Censorship Concerns: FOSTA will let law enforcement prosecute websites for facilitating sex trafficking crimes, but critics worry the new law will trigger internet platforms to censor user content." PC Magazine 3:53 PM
"Congress Is Unearthing Facebook's Terrible Power" Wired 1:48 PM
"UK hit by 49 cyberattacks from Russian groups in six months says Amber Rudd" ZDNet 12:28 PM
"FTC: You Can't Void a Warranty by Breaking a Seal/The FTC issues a wake-up call for any company demanding authorized parts or services be used to maintain a device warranty." PC Magazine 8:05 AM
"FTC makes clear 'warranty void if removed' stickers are illegal: Companies can't prevent you from getting your device fixed by a third party." Engadget 7:56 AM
"Second day of U.S. congressional hearings awaits Facebook CEO Zuckerberg" Reuters 7:05 AM
"How Facebook Lets Brands and Politicians Target You" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 3:54 PM
"Willing to Share Your Data for the Greater Good? Facebook might be taking heat for a data leak this week, but the Open Humans Foundation is looking for some quantified selfers willing to share their data for a good cause." PC Magazine 3:53 PM
"Facebook and Cambridge Analytica: Is the genie out of the bottle?" [Video] ZDNet 3:53 PM
"Is Facebook (And Tech) Having A Standard Oil Moment?" Seeking Alpha 2:58 PM
"Facebook: DC folly/Regulating social media is harder than it looks" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 12:32 PM
"Why Facebook Will Never Fully Solve Its Problems with AI" BuzzFeed 10:30 AM
"What You Don't Know About How Facebook Uses Your Data" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:39 AM
"Mark Zuckerberg being swarmed by cameras is the perfect metaphor for online privacy today: Dehumanizing, isn't it?" The Verge 8:36 AM
"Could we have more Transparency please, Mr Zuckerberg?" Tech.pinions 8:03 AM
"Facebook admits: Apps were given users' permission to go into their inboxes/Only the inbox owner had to consent to it, though... not the people they conversed with" The Register 7:33 AM
"Calm Down About Facebook: The Facebook controversy is a media creation developed as a means to kill the monster." PC Magazine 7:32 AM
"Can Facebook's new hires take on troll farms and data privacy? CEO Mark Zuckerberg promises the social network will hire 10,000 new security and content moderation employees this year. Can they make changes users want?" CNET 7:15 AM
"An open letter to that useless Facebook friend who shared your data" CNET 7:14 AM
"Entrepreneurs Are Big Losers If The Government Ham-Strings Facebook" Forbes 7:01 AM
"Online Reviews Are The Best Thing That Ever Happened To Small Businesses" Forbes 7:01 AM
"Markets Right Now: Stocks close mostly lower on Wall Street" Associated Press 3:49 PM
"Banks and technology stocks fall; oil rises to 3-year high" Associated Press 3:49 PM
"Dow Industrials Slid Amid Geopolitical Tensions, Inflation Data: Combined trading volumes at the NYSE and Nasdaq were the lowest of the year, signaling cautiousness among investors" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 3:49 PM
"Asian markets mixed, as trade-war worries don't appear over yet: Nikkei falls, but most other indexes post modest gains" MarketWatch 8:49 AM
"European stocks fall as Syria anxiety 'takes center stage': Deutsche Telekom shares jump as T-Mobile and Sprint again consider a merger" MarketWatch 8:48 AM
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