"Hackers can summon Cortana to break into Windows 10 PCs" The Verge 8:14 AM
"Cortana can be used to hack Windows 10 PCs: The lock screen isn't so secure after all." Engadget 2:44 PM
"Microsoft Office is getting a new, simpler look" CNNMoney 8:11 AM
"Microsoft just redesigned Office to make it simpler — here are the biggest changes" CNBC 8:56 AM
"Microsoft is Redesigning the Office User Interface" Thurrott 8:21 AM
"Microsoft planning to unveil HoloLens 2 this year" The Verge 8:41 AM
"Microsoft's Surface Pro 6 will reportedly be 'heavily redesigned' for 2019 debut" The Verge 8:56 AM
"Budget Surface 'spotted' in Microsoft's crystal ball" The Register 8:02 AM
"IBM SAP Partner To Build Clouds For 'Highly-Regulated' Business" Forbes 7:57 AM
"Intel chip flaw: Math unit potentially spills kernel crypto secrets to apps – modern Linux, Windows, OpenBSD immune" The Register 4:14 PM
"Another day, another Intel CPU security hole: Lazy State" ZDNet 8:10 PM
"Intel makes it a three-way race with AMD and Nvidia on graphics chips" MarketWatch 8:13 AM
"Intel's First (Modern) Discrete GPU Set For 2020" AnandTech 8:46 AM
"Intel confirms it'll release GPUs in 2020" The Register 8:01 AM
"Intel will take on Nvidia and AMD with dedicated GPUs of its own starting in 2020" The Next Web 1:23 PM
"AMD and Nvidia, the two biggest manufacturers of graphics chips, are getting a new competitor — Intel" Business Insider 11:22 AM
"Intel Moving Into Rich Market for Discrete GPU Chips by 2020" eWeek 7:50 PM
"Nvidia will open deep learning research lab in Toronto" VentureBeat 11:20 AM
"Qualcomm to keep server CPUs but avoids head-on Intel battle" The Register 8:01 AM
"Oracle Updates Autonomous Cloud Services, Data Integration" eWeek 7:38 PM
"Oracle rolls out free tool to track health of the internet" ZDNet 1:12 PM
"Oracle expands autonomous PaaS offerings: Oracle announced availability of a number of platform services with built in automation earlier this year, and is now expanding the services to more clouds." ZDNet 9:11 AM
"Cisco Live 2018: WebEx Teams improves collaboration for remote workers says Cisco" [Video Report] TechRepublic 10:03 AM
"Cisco Live 2018: 5G focus on making new revenue for carriers" ZDNet 2:13 PM
"Semiconductor assembly process breakthrough could lead to more energy-efficient devices" V3 8:21 AM
"How Red Hat Linux is helping reclaim the fastest supercomputer title for the US: It's not just the chips in the Department of Energy's record-breaking Summit supercomputer, which is setting new speed records; it's also Red Hat Enterprise Linux." ZDNet 1:13 PM
"Firefox makers working on voice-controlled web browser called Scout" CNET 2:27 PM
"Mozilla may be working on a voice-controlled browser: An internal meeting hinted at the nonprofit's ambitions." Engadget 7:57 PM
"Adblock Plus creator hopes blockchain will help spot fake news" Engadget 1:18 PM
"Billionaire AOL founder Steve Case is convinced the next big thing in tech won't happen in Silicon Valley, and he's launched a job network to prove it" Business Insider 1:18 PM
"Facebook sets new rules to regulate targeted advertising" CNET 2:27 PM
"Facebook releases new privacy safeguards after ceding to pressure from advertisers" Reuters 1:13 PM
"Vivo will actually sell a smartphone with a pop-up front camera: Why have a notched smartphone when your camera can just pop up when you need it?" Ars Technica 11:23 AM
"USB-IF and Fast Charging: New Standard Logo with Wattage Listed" AnandTech 11:20 AM
"Samsung sets to introduce foldable mobile: Foldable phones are coming — it's only a matter of time — and Samsung Electronics will be the first company in the world to put one on the market, possibly as soon as next year." The Korea Times 10:27 AM
"Google will let Pixel owners choose between dark and light launcher theme" The Verge 9:59 AM
"Inside Amazon's $3.5 million competition to make Alexa chat like a human" The Verge 8:41 AM
"Intelligent machines will 'end human evolution', says tech boss" Telegraph 8:20 AM
"ZTE's Shares Plunge as Deal With Trump Comes Under Threat" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:11 AM
"VR games can look amazing with this game-changing imaging tech" CNET 8:07 AM
"Kim Kardashian West thinks she's persuaded Jack Dorsey to let you edit tweets" CNET 8:06 AM
"How Maps Became the New Search Box" Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:02 AM
"Turns out China loves VR. Wires and powerful hardware, less so." The Register 8:01 AM
"AT&T-Time Warner ruling opens door for more media consolidation" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 7:58 AM
"How Electronic Arts is responding to the esports explosion" VentureBeat 11:21 AM
"Samsung Gear S4 may arrive with a bigger battery and a new gold color variant" 9to5Google 9:15 AM
"Battling Adware That Redirects Your Browser: If your browser is suddenly full of pop-up ads or taking you to sites you didn't request, you probably have a malware infection." New York Times [Free Registration Required] 8:55 AM
"After net neutrality's end and AT&T's deal for Time Warner, the internet enters a new phase" Axios 8:48 AM
"An update on black women raising startup funding" TechCrunch 8:42 AM
"Fortnite on Switch makes Sony's cross-play policy look even more stupid" The Verge 8:14 AM
"Chrome OS: Tips, tools, and other Chromebook intelligence" Computerworld 8:11 AM
"Nokia deploys software-defined solutions across NBN FttC network"
"Google Cloud rolls out prepackaged AI services aimed at business functions"
"Nvidia takes a hit on weak Q3 guidance"
"7 ways you can (maybe) get Microsoft Office 365 for free"
"Microsoft Office 365 users hit with log-in, activation issues"
"AI chip war: Intel has a plan to win it"
"Severe vulnerability exposes WordPress websites to attack"
"Twitter ends support for legacy APIs, causes developer angst"
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