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Monday, May 20, 2019
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Computer Industry
  • "Microsoft Admits Updates Are Freezing Windows 10 Computers — Again" Forbes 7:43 AM
  • "Microsoft Borks Windows 10 Update Again As System Restores Won't Boot" HotHardware 6:17 PM
  • "South Korean Government To Give Windows The Boot In Favor Of Linux" HotHardware 6:17 PM
  • "Intel reclaims worldwide semiconductor throne" TechSpot 9:52 PM
  • "AMD Zen 2 EPYC 32 And 64-Core CPU Specs And Benchmarks Leaked On SANDRA" HotHardware 6:17 PM
  • "AMD: Mid-Year Update - Incredibly Strong Performer" Seeking Alpha 7:58 AM
  • "Dell Technologies World attendees promoting STEM education in Las Vegas - Video" ZDNet 9:49 PM
  • "As a tech Cold War looms, this veteran Silicon Valley patent attorney says that China's push to win the AI processor market is a serious threat to American tech" [BI Prime] Business Insider 8:15 AM
  • "How tech companies are shaping the rules governing AI: Industry group urges EU policymakers not to draw 'red lines' around specific uses of AI." Ars Technica 8:00 AM
  • "Hewlett Packard Enterprises Buys America's Most Storied Tech Company" 24/7 Wall St. 5/18
  • "HP's Spectre x360 puts a premium on design and battery life - Video" CNET 5/18
  • "AMD's Data Center Dominance Could Send the Stock Higher" Motley Fool 5/18
  • "Jensen Huang interview — 'the foundations of gaming are just fine, just fantastic'" ["This week, Nvidia reported earnings and revenues that were down compared to a year ago."] VentureBeat 5/18
  • "Exclusive: U.S. may scale back Huawei trade restrictions to help existing customers" Reuters 5/18
  • "US government to limit trade restrictions on Huawei to prevent disruptions" Telegraph 5/18
  • "China Paper Says U.S. 'Fabricated' Forced Tech Transfer Claims: The U.S. 'purely fabricated' accusations that Chinese authorities had been forcing foreign companies to transfer technology, according the flagship newspaper of the Communist Party, saying it was an old argument to suppress the country's development." Bloomberg [Free/Paid Registration Required] 5/18