"Microsoft Finally Agrees to Replace Surface Pro 4s With Horrible Screen Flickering That Can't Be Patched" Gizmodo 12:30 PM
"Windows 10 Always Connected PCs will probably never take off in a meaningful way" Neowin 6:59 AM
"Intel Outs Z390 Coffee Lake Chipset In Support Documents, Computex Debut Likely" HotHardware 5:28 PM
"Dear Nvidia, Intel's Radeon Vega M-Equipped Processors Won Industry Support" Seeking Alpha 1:17 PM
"How 1-800-Flowers fixed your Mother's Day delivery with IBM's help" ZDNet 7:04 AM
"Arm profits halve under Softbank ownship" Telegraph 2:28 PM
"Google's flashy A.I. demo overshadowed Microsoft's focus on work: The chief scientist of Salesforce said he was impressed with how Google squeezed many AI technologies into the demonstration of the Duplex robot calling technology." CNBC 5/12
"Google Project Zero targets Microsoft Edge Arbitrary Code Guard feature" MSPoweruser 5/12
"Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Flickering Screen Issue Solved: Free Replacements Will End 'Flickergate'" Tech Times 5/12
"This is What Microsoft Said About PWAs at Build 2018" Thurrott 5/12
"Hands-On with Redstone 5: The Early Days" Thurrott 5/12
"Microsoft Windows 10 Your Phone Feature Will Mirror Any Smartphone On Your PC" HotHardware 5/12
"Some Intel SSDs may crash when updating to the Windows 10 April 2018 Update" OnMSFT 5/12
"Why it's a good thing Microsoft has given up on its own mobile OS" Pocketnow 5/12
"Tesla's 'primary technical contact' with the feds just left for Waymo: Source tells WSJ the departure isn't connected to Tesla's Autopilot issues." Ars Technica 7:00 AM
"Valve's Steam Controller picks up beta support for Bluetooth LE connectivity" Neowin 6:59 AM
"Valve switches on Steam Controller's mobile connection in beta: The company is gearing up for the Steam Link phone apps' arrival." Engadget 6:59 AM
"Adobe CTO leads company's broad AI bet" TechCrunch 5/12
"Cryptocurrency has been great for GPU makers—that might change soon: The cryptocurrency boom helped GPU makers score another quarter of huge profits." Ars Technica 5/12
"Firm Lets Police Look Up Phone Location Data Without a Warrant: A Securus Technologies web portal lets cops plug in a phone number and pull up real-time location data, but no one's really monitoring their activity. Sen. Ron Wyden wants answers." PC Magazine 5/11
"Google will require some Android phone makers to roll out 'regular' security patches" The Verge 5/11
"Can Google Conquer the $53 Billion Smart Home Market?" Market Realist 5/11
"Google Clips gets better at capturing candids of hugs and kisses (which is not creepy, right?)" TechCrunch 5/11
"Google Updates: What we know about Google's 2018 Pixel hardware/Don't regret I/O being over. Rejoice because there'll be new toys in autumn" The Inquirer 5/11
"Google's 'deceitful' AI assistant to identify itself as a robot during calls: Google Duplex, which simulates human speech with lifelike inflections, criticised as unethical" The Guardian 5/11
"Google to warn when humans chat with convincing bots" BBC 5/11
"Google will tell you when you're talking to its creepy human-like robots" BGR 5/11
"Google: Duplex phone calling AI will identify itself/You'll know if you're talking to AI: we think." Engadget 5/11
"Google is rumored to be working on a Pixel smartwatch: It would likely pack Qualcomm's new dedicated smartwatch chip." Engadget 5/11
"Google reportedly working on three smartwatches to be unveiled with Pixel 3 this fall" Neowin 5/11
"Can hyperscale data centers run on flash? US startup builds the architecture"
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"Snapdragon 710 giving smartphones more AI muscle"
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