"How Satya Nadella tripled Microsoft's stock price in just over four years: Under Nadella, Microsoft has moved away from proprietary phone hardware and operating systems." CNBC 8:32 AM
"Why Microsoft Just Picked a Side in the Walmart-Amazon War" Zacks 8:04 AM
"Microsoft's focus on cloud, partnerships paying off: Microsoft shares are up 180 percent since Satya Nadella took over, and its market cap edged above US$800 billion for the first time earlier this month." Reuters 8:32 PM
"Microsoft wants regulation of facial recognition technology to limit 'abuse'" CNNMoney 8:28 AM
"Microsoft's New Skype Could Be Risky Gamble" TechNewsWorld 8:27 AM
"Windows 10 Getting Support for Leap Seconds" Thurrott 6:30 PM
"Microsoft updates OneNote for Windows 10 with many new features" Neowin 6:32 PM
"IBM delivers Q2 revenue growth, IBM Z leads hardware gains: Big Blue's as-a-service revenue hit an annual run rate topping $11 billion, but the big growth was put up by the hardware unit." ZDNet 3:47 PM
"Corning's new Gorilla Glass 6 will let your phone survive 15 drops: But its scratch resistance remains the same as previous generations" The Verge 1:05 PM
"Thousands of US voters' data exposed by robocall firm" ZDNet 11:29 AM
"Zuckerberg: If someone gets fired for data abuse 'it should be me'" CNET 1:37 PM
"Mark Zuckerberg says Holocaust deniers are making an honest mistake: Facebook recommits to providing a platform for misinformation" The Verge 1:24 PM
"Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Recode Decode: Full transcript" Recode 10:14 AM
"Samsung is reportedly planning to release its foldable Galaxy X smartphone later this year" Business Insider 9:49 AM
"Amazon sells more than 100 million products on Prime Day event" Reuters 8:58 AM
"Walmart Reportedly Considers Cloning Netflix to Beat Amazon" Gizmodo 10:43 AM
"Walmart is reportedly building a video streaming service to take on Netflix" The Next Web 8:34 AM
"A $225 GPS spoofer can send autonomous vehicles into oncoming traffic *" Ars Technica 8:30 AM
"Brits can't get enough of Netflix and Amazon Prime" CNNMoney 8:28 AM
"Rising Seas Could Cause Your Next Internet Outage" Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:20 AM
"Elon Musk, DeepMind founders, and others sign pledge to not develop lethal AI weapon systems" The Verge 8:07 AM
"Google's latest move to crack China: A WeChat game" CNNMoney 8:43 AM
"The woman with the power to tear Google apart said a breakup might not be the best idea" Business Insider 8:43 AM
"Google warns Android might not remain free because of EU decision: An unlikely warning" The Verge 8:06 AM
"Millions are battling mental illness — these entrepreneurs are trying to tackle it via technology" Business Insider 8:05 AM
"Official: The shape of the smartphone is changing forever/Taller, narrower, and (some) notchier" The Register 7:58 AM
"T-Mobile Edges Out Verizon in Carrier Speed Showdown" PC Magazine 7:48 AM
"T-Mobile takes fastest carrier crown: Ookla/T-Mobile is the fastest mobile carrier in the US, according to Ookla's speed tests, with Minneapolis clocking the fastest download speeds out of all 50 states." ZDNet 7:47 AM
"Intel Breaks Guinness World Records Title for Drone Light Shows in Celebration of 50th Anniversary" Business Wire 10:21 AM
"V5 Systems Makes Cities Safer with Oracle Cloud: Outdoor Industrial IoT platform company uses Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to quickly scale up security while dramatically reducing costs" Oracle 9:16 AM
"New Challenges for Hardware With Flexible Displays" Tech.pinions [Subscription Required for Full Article] 11:23 AM
"Amazon and CEO Jeff Bezos have beat out Walmart to become a symbol for everything wrong with American big business" Business Insider 11:10 AM
"Chrome OS isn't ready for tablets yet: The Acer Chromebook Tab 10 is education-only for a reason" The Verge 10:19 AM
"The Future of Android (Premium)" Thurrott 8:32 AM
"The False Tale of Amazon's Industry-Conquering Juggernaut" Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:20 AM
"Samsung's new phone-as-desktop is slick, fast and ready for splash-down ... somewhere" The Register 7:59 AM
"Wearable hybrids prove the bloated smartwatch is one of Silly Valley's biggest mistakes: When dumb is usually smart enough" The Register 7:58 AM
"Android Antitrust Decision Threatens to Shake Mobile Industry, Google Business Model: Google is ordered to stop bundling its Search and Chrome apps on certain devices" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 3:35 PM
"The EU Antitrust case against Android sucks for everyone, especially you" Android Central 1:07 PM
"How Android will change if the EU Commission's $5 billion antitrust ruling against Google stands" Business Insider 12:20 PM
"Why does Google owe the EU $5 billion? A guide for the perplexed." Engadget 8:27 AM
"Google Escapes Microsoft Levels of Antitrust Pain: Look at the remedies rather than the headline fine." Bloomberg 8:04 AM
"EU Fails To Demand The One Remedy From Google That Could Make A Difference." Forbes 7:57 AM
"What EU's record fine will mean for Google" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 7:55 AM
"With Google, The EU Is Toothless In Europe But Maybe Not In Africa" Forbes 7:55 AM
"'Fortnite' Has An Esports Problem That's Going To Be Tough To Solve" Forbes 7:55 AM
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