"Qualcomm's PC chips latest attempt to compete with Intel processors: In a bid to move beyond the mobile business, Qualcomm, with its new releases, wants to compete with Intel, claiming their chips work better on PCs." The Indian Express 8:46 AM
"Qualcomm's big bet on 'Always Connected' Windows PCs: Should Intel be worried?" Hindustan Times 8:46 AM
"Qualcomm, Microsoft announce Always Connected PCs that support 4G LTE, offer battery life of 20 hours" India Today 8:47 AM
"Microsoft launches 'Always Connected' PCs from Asus & HP: 20 hour battery life, Snapdragon 835" Gizbot 8:46 AM
"'Always Connected' Windows PCs won't just use ARM chips as Intel, AMD join the fray: LTE connections wherever you go and instant waking should come to regular PCs, too." Ars Technica 5:54 PM
"Microsoft: This is what our revamped Silicon Valley campus will look like by 2020" ZDNet 8:05 AM
"Keeping Data Secure When Your Laptop Is in the Shop" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 10:55 AM
"The War Between Alphabet Inc and Amazon.com, Inc. Is More Brutal Now" InvestorPlace 10:22 AM
"Chromebooks in 2018: Ready for take-off? Chromebooks account for a small percentage of the PC market, but shipments are on the rise. Will the trend continue, or will Microsoft's Windows 10 S ecosystem halt the advance of Chrome OS?" ZDNet 10:01 AM
"Dell XPS 15 (2017) review: An excellent Windows laptop for port-loving people" Stuff Magazine 8:48 AM
"HP Envy x2 (2017) hands-on: A ridiculously thin laptop powered by the Snapdragon 835" TrustedReviews 8:49 AM
"How the FCC's Net Neutrality Plan Breaks With 50 Years of History" Wired 8:17 AM
"Inside Baidu's Bid to Lead the AI Revolution" Wired 8:17 AM
"The best note-taking apps for Android/Note-takers, take note: Whether you want gobs of features or uber-simplicity, these are the best apps for collecting and managing info on Android." Computerworld 8:17 AM
"The Hidden Player Spurring a Wave of Cheap Consumer Devices: Amazon" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:16 AM
"Phonelike PCs failed before. Here's why they'll succeed now: Windows RT was an ill-fated attempt to make computers more power-efficient like smartphones. Microsoft and Qualcomm are giving the idea a second go." CNET 8:07 AM
"Connected cars: What happens to your data after you leave your rental car behind?" ZDNet 8:05 AM
"The real victim of the stupid Amazon vs. Google feud is you" BGR 8:00 AM
"Can 10,000 moderators keep YouTube free of objectionable content?" The Next Web 7:43 AM
"Here's How Traffic Jams Might Lower Your Electricity Bill: Piezoelectric crystals create electricity when vibrated or put under pressure, so California is embedding them in roadways to see if they can effectively harvest the energy of passing cars."
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"CBA confirms NetBank and CommBank glitch after Visa suffers card issue"
"NBN should shift fixed-wireless areas to FttC: Aussie Broadband"
"AirTrunk raises AU$850m for Australian datacentre expansion"
"Fair Work Ombudsman hits Brisbane tech firm with AU$125k fine for unfair dismissal"
"Chinese startup's 'self-made' web browser built on Google Chrome"
"Business as usual for Coles after weekend IT 'glitch'"
"GOAT uses machine learning, computer vision to verify your top dollar sneakers are authentic"
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