"Microsoft Rolls Out More Patches for Meltdown, Spectre CPU Flaws" eWeek 12:38 PM
"Windows 10 preview build 17115 now available for Insiders in the Fast ring: The latest Windows Insider Preview build brings a new layout for the privacy settings setup screen and more." Windows Central 12:37 PM
"Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 17115 to the Fast ring - here's what's new" Neowin 12:37 PM
"Microsoft sees rise in 'boomerang employees' since Nadella became CEO" SiliconRepublic 7:21 AM
"Microsoft for Startups: $500 million commitment creates a win-win scenario for Azure/The Microsoft for Startups program will help cloud startups grow by providing access to Microsoft Partners and other benefits, as long as the companies commit to the Azure platform." TechRepublic 7:59 AM
"Microsoft will integrate Azure Stack with Azure Government this year" TechCrunch 6:53 AM
"Microsoft targets university students with new Azure for Students plan" ZDNet 10:23 AM
"Cortana will soon be able to read your Outlook emails on iOS and Android: One of us... one of us..." The Inquirer 7:05 AM
"Windows 10 bug: Microsoft fixes issue that broke USB, built-in cameras, keyboards" ZDNet 7:10 AM
"You can now preorder Microsoft's Surface Pro with LTE" The Verge 7:15 AM
"Surface Pro with LTE is coming on May 1, and you can pre-order now" Neowin 10:41 AM
"Chrome on Windows ditches Microsoft's compiler, now uses Clang/Step 1: first, make Clang support Windows." Ars Technica 6:38 AM
"Intel Hades Canyon NUC gaming benchmarks leak" Hexus 7:14 AM
"Unloved Intel Corporation Has a Bright Future: Citi Research's Christopher Danely made a bold and isolated bullish call on INTC stock, and his argument holds water" InvestorPlace 7:14 AM
"AMD's eSports push improves performance in 'PUBG' and 'Dota 2': Its new ReSX drivers make popular eSports titles faster and more responsive." Engadget 6:38 AM
"AMD drivers - new Radeon software is your best bet for Final Fantasy 15, but bugs persist" PCGamesN 7:13 AM
"AMD Radeon 18.3.1 driver optimizes Final Fantasy XV, Vermintide 2, and more" Neowin 6:54 AM
"Google switches Chrome from Microsoft's C++ compiler to Clang" TechSpot 8:55 PM
"Chrome 65 arrives with Material Design extensions page and new developer features" VentureBeat 8:55 PM
"Amazon's Jeff Bezos becomes first $100B mogul on Forbes list" Associated Press 7:22 PM
"Powerful DDoS Attack Sets New Record at 1.7 Tbps" PC Magazine 5:01 PM
"Huawei is building an Alexa rival for the Huawei P20 and Mate 10 Pro: But don't get excited unless you speak Chinese" The Inquirer 10:46 AM
"Wacom's new Intuos tablets are perfect for the beginner doodler" The Verge 10:24 AM
"Dyson's new Pure Cool fans are better at both purifying and communicating" TechCrunch 10:05 AM
"Dyson's Cyclone V10 cordless vacuum spells the end for corded cleaning" TechCrunch 10:05 AM
"The X-ONE H1 is a new hybrid smartwatch for the fancy traveler" TechCrunch 9:22 AM
"Google is testing a 72 qubit computer to chase quantum supremacy: IBM's quantum computing efforts could be left in the dust" The Inquirer 8:56 AM
"Google's quantum computing breakthrough: Our new chip might soon outperform a supercomputer" ZDNet 7:31 AM
"Google adds Disney parks to Street View: Get up close to the famous castle without leaving your couch." Engadget 6:39 AM
"What's Uber and Lyft drivers' median hourly wage? $10 or lower, report finds: After expenses, a large portion of drivers earn less than minimum wage." Ars Technica 8:44 AM
"MoviePass Collects 'an Enormous Amount of Information' About Subscribers: Subscribers are being tracked well beyond the movie theater and MoviePass is going to monetize the data it collects." PC Magazine 7:35 AM
"US service provider hit by 'record-breaking' 1.7Tbps DDoS attack: Just five days after Github was whacked by massive 1.35Tbps attack" The Inquirer 7:05 AM
"Facebook faux pas asks users if grooming on social media is OK/Spoiler alert: It's not and you should alert the police if you spot such activity" The Inquirer 7:05 AM
"Reddit CEO admits deletion of 'a few hundred' Russian propaganda accounts" Neowin 7:03 AM
"Forget the Galaxy S9, Arm's new chips will deliver AI, 4K, and VR to mainstream mobile devices" BGR 6:39 AM
"Galaxy S9 release date, price and specs: Galaxy S9 schooled by iPhone 7 in 'awkward' speed test/Flagship fails to match two-year-old iPhone in benchmarking tests" The Inquirer 7:05 AM
"Google CEO Sundar Pichai denies efforts to tweak search results: Axios"
"The artist as an algorithm: robot-made Rembrandt for sale"
"FCC chairman ramps up defense of net neutrality repeal"
"As new iPhones go on sale, studies reveal chips from Intel and Toshiba"
"Dissected new iPhones reveal Intel, Micron, Toshiba parts"
"Farfetch tops price range in IPO in boon to luxury market"
"Comcast and Fox take $34 billion battle for Britain's Sky to the wire"
"Chinese police arrest 21 over data theft at Alibaba's delivery arm: Xinhua"
"Uber in talks to buy food delivery firm Deliveroo: Bloomberg"
"The artist as an algorithm: robot-made Rembrandt for sale"
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"Twitter notifies users about API bug that shared DMs with wrong devs"
"iPhone XS Max first impressions: It's big, but not too big"
"iOS 12: Haven't updated yet?"
"New Virobot ransomware will also log keystrokes, add PC to a spam botnet"
"iPhone XS and XS Max reveals some battery surprises"
"How advanced persistent threats are creating new vulnerabilities"
"Windows 10 Mobile's last gasp? Wileyfox revives its dead Windows 10 phone"
"Thousands of WordPress sites backdoored with malicious code"
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