"Microsoft's Budget Surface Tablet Makes FCC Debut With Rumored Intel CPU" HotHardware 4:16 PM
"Microsoft's upcoming low cost Surface clears FCC, could be nearing launch" OnMSFT 8:42 AM
"FCC filings give further credence to new $400 Surface reports: Documents imply a low power Intel processor rather than an ARM chip." Ars Technica 4:13 PM
"Microsoft and RADWIN partner to deliver internet over TV white space: The partnership expands Microsoft's Airband initiative, which is focused on bringing broadband to rural communities." Windows Central 2:37 PM
"Thrice, in a trice, IBM cloud cuts prices: Watson? Down! WebSphere? Down! VMs? Now charged by the minute!" The Register 8:44 AM
"Oracle chooses Brussels for European fintech innovation programme: US software provider Oracle has picked Brussels to roll out its European 'Fintech Innovation Programme,' teaming up with local startup platform B-Hive." Information Age 8:43 AM
"Seagate courts PC enthusiasts with Barracuda SSD: It's acknowledging that it has to win over the high-performance crowd." Engadget 2:36 PM
"Nintendo Launching 3 Special Edition 2DS XL: Japanese gamers can pick up special edition Minecraft, Animal Crossing, and Mario Kart 2DS XL handhelds over the next month, all of which include a preinstalled game. Will any of them receive a launch in the US and Europe?" PC Magazine 9:28 PM
"Ericsson launches 5G innovation lab in India" ZDNet 9:03 PM
"Social media apps are 'deliberately' addictive to users" BBC 7:53 PM
"Rash of Fortnite cheaters infected by malware that breaks HTTPS encryption: Malware can read, intercept, or tamper with the traffic of any HTTPS-protected site." Ars Technica 5:00 PM
"Unlocked Galaxy Note 9 benchmarks surface for the very first time" BGR 4:17 PM
"Artificial intelligence software sees people through walls" BBC 11:46 AM
"Facebook shuts down Hello, Moves and tbh apps" BBC 10:55 AM
"Inside the all-American voyage to the last world in the Solar System: 'Why don't we complete the job of exploring the Solar System?'" Ars Technica 9:08 AM
"Facebook is shutting down the anonymous app for teens it bought less than a year ago" Business Insider 8:44 AM
"Gmail messages 'read by third parties'" BBC 8:45 AM
"Italy Wikipedia shuts down in protest at EU copyright law" BBC 10:04 AM
"Google Delay on Ads Standard For EU Privacy Law Creates Compliance Mess: Hundreds of ad tech firms launched software together a month before GDPR kicked in on May 25 to verify consent before displaying ads. Google announced on May 22 that it would not join the industry program until August." Tech News 18 7:45 AM
"Stocks end holiday-shortened session in the red as tech shares sell off: Trading volumes are low due to Fourth of July holiday" MarketWatch 12:47 PM
"Stocks Tumble in Holiday-Shortened Session: Stocks ended a holiday-shortened session with a sharp selloff ahead of Friday's implementation of tariffs on $34 billion in China-made goods." TheStreet 12:47 PM
"SHEIN fashion retailer announces breach affecting 6.42 million users"
"Expandable ads are hacker's new backdoor into commercial websites"
"Maker Faire New York 2018 shows the play's the thing"
"Walmart implements IBM's blockchain for food traceability"
"Enter to win* a fully-equipped hybrid for pros!"
"Microsoft to bring multi-user virtualization to Windows and Office with Windows Virtual Desktop service"
"US ISP RCN stores customer passwords in cleartext"
"Slack buys Astro, eyes tighter email integration on its platform"
Copyright 2000-2018 by Technology News Network. All Rights Reserved.
TechNN News Staff
Publisher & Editor-in-Chief: P. Pearson
Managing Editor: D. Mahaffy
Weekday Editors: S. Siegling , A. Spaulding and
Evening Editors: S. Siegling and
Weekend Editors: S. Siegling , A. Spaulding and
CEO: T. Jefferson
CFO: K. Midas
Editor Emeritus: W. Shakespeare
Writers Emeritus: W. Lewis, R. Chandler, W. Morris, G. Simenon, C.
Vallejo, F. Garcia Lorca,
P. White, R. Adams, P. Valery, C. Aiken, R. Bradbury, F. Pessoa, S.
Bellow, F. O'Connor
Art Directors: V. Van Gogh, C. Monet
Photographer & Logician: C. Dodgson
Advertising Managers: C. Chaplin, H. Marx
Public Relations Firm: Bits & Bytes
Ranters: D.Miller, R. Perot
Bomb Squad: Type 11 Errors
Chief Scientists: I. Asimov, S. Hawking
Road Crew: R. Petty, J. Cooper
Mechanics: Tom and Ray
Fishing Crew: A. Lindner, D. Stange, K. VanDam
Head Chef: Mom
Head Travel Guru: D. Pearson
Mascots: Cyberdog, Clarus the Dogcow
General Counsel: #%@*$$$$!