"Dell Nears Deal to Swap Out DVMT Tracking Stock: Share-swap deal would result in public listing for the PC and data-storage company" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 3:31 PM
"Dell near deal to swap out DVMT tracking shares: WSJ" Reuters 3:30 PM
"Dell about to go public again: report" The Register 8:36 PM
"Dell Is Said Near Deal for VMware Tracking Stock: Reports" Bloomberg 8:57 PM
"Why Microsoft, Samsung and Others Are Interested in Foldable Displays: Devices with foldable displays could eventually provide a boost to flagging smartphone and tablet sales. But it will take a while to get the technology right." TheStreet 10:29 AM
"Microsoft Surface Andromeda Renders Envision Gaming And Laptop Modes For Dual Screen Portable" HotHardware 4:48 PM
"Mark Zuckerberg is a single point of failure at a company that is systemically important to the internet" Business Insider 7:50 AM
"Facebook reveals more apps that accessed users' personal info" Axios 10:28 AM
"61 Facebook app developers still had access to users'" Mashable 5:08 PM
"Facebook Discloses More Data Sharing Partnerships As the Hits Just Keep Coming" Gizmodo 6:24 PM
"AMD GPU Rumors: Polaris 30 12nm GPUs in Q4 2018, Navi GPU Based Mid-Range Cards Arrive Before High-End HBM2 Variants" WCCFTech 8:16 AM
"AMD's new Vega 20 will support PCIe 4.0 tech" TweakTown 8:16 AM
"AMD team with Ferrari for Threadripper 2 press event in July" TweakTown 8:16 AM
"Doubting Nvidia's Future Is Dumb" TheStreet 8:15 AM
"Inside Amazon's plan to dominate advertising business in 2019" The Next Web 7:50 AM
"No Industry Immune To Blockchain Technology, Not Even The Electricity World" Forbes 10:20 AM
"How Amazon Alexa Wants To Control Your Home" Forbes 7:51 AM
"Build it or Buy It: Will Amazon or Walmart Win the Retail Innovation Battle?" Forbes 7:51 AM
"Is A Chromebook Right For You? Comparing Word for Windows And Word For Android" Forbes 7:38 AM
"Is Google's Promotion of HTTPS Misguided?" Slashdot 6/30
"Whoa! Meet the future phones that fold up, have 9 cameras and charge over thin air.: Lately, our smartphones all look alike. So tech columnist Goeffrey Fowler hunted in labs, start-ups and China's thriving phone scene to find what's next for our favorite gadget." Washington Post 6/30
"Why telemedicine has been such a bust so far: Telemedicine, or apps that let you consult with a doctor via video, was supposed to be the next big thing in health care." CNBC 6/30
"Google app v8.10 beta prepares image search from screenshots, Routines to lock doors, and much more [APK Teardown] Android Police 6/30
"Help Me, Laptop! What's the Best Razer Blade Stealth Alternative?" LAPTOP Magazine 6/30
"Stocks jump on final trading day of 2Q" FOXBusiness 6/29
"Stocks Edge Higher During Momentary Pause in Trade Tensions: Major indexes are on course to notch a second consecutive session of gains" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 6/29
"Australia caps a sunny quarter in mostly mixed Asia-Pacific stock action: Bullish milestones for Australia and New Zealand as Japan's Nikkei pulls out June gain and China down 10% for quarter" MarketWatch 6/29
"European markets rally as EU hammers out migration deal: European stock markets rallied on Friday after European Union leaders working overnight knocked out an agreement on refugees, a deal seen as removing political risk that had been hanging over equities." MarketWatch 6/29
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