"IT admins warn Microsoft to slow Windows 10 upgrade pace: More than three-quarters of the admins surveyed want Microsoft to release feature upgrades just once a year — or even once every other year. One admin decried an upgrade pace that 'never ends.'" Computerworld 12:19 PM
"Here's Why Microsoft Threatened To Ban Gab Over Violently Anti-Semitic Speech" BuzzFeed News 6:34 PM
"Microsoft Demands Fringe Social Network Pull Anti-Semitic Posts" PC Magazine 8:58 PM
"Microsoft could suspend cloud hosting for Gab" Axios 6:35 PM
"Microsoft threatens to kick Gab.ai off Azure over anti-semitic posts" Business Insider 6:35 PM
"Zotac Launches Honeycomb-Inspired Core i7 Fanless Mini PC: A micro desktop PC with no moving parts and therefore runs silent, and yet it houses an 8th generation Intel Core i7 processor with four cores and Hyperthreading. A silent 4K-capable PC for under your TV or mounted on the back of a monitor." PC Magazine 8:55 AM
"Qualcomm releases the Snapdragon 670 SoC: Architecturally a bigger step than the numbers suggest" SemiAccurate 11:41 AM
"Skba Capital Management Has Boosted Holding in International Business Machs (IBM) by $757,350; As Chevron Corp. (CVX) Valuation Rose, Longer Investments Has Lifted Stake by $308,142" Cardinal Weekly 8:57 AM
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"Emma's Diary fined £140,000 over data sale to Labour" BBC 9:18 AM
"UK will be launching satellites into space from 2030, claims government: Business secretary Greg Clark says Sutherland spaceport will be competing for share of 2,000 satellite launches a year" V3 9:17 AM
"EmuParadise takes down all ROMs from its website following Nintendo's legal actions" Neowin 8:05 AM
"Major US news sites are still blocking Europeans due to GDPR: Sites like the Chicago Tribune and LA Times are off limits in Paris and London." Engadget 7:57 AM
"WA Police to get body-worn camera tech" ZDNet 7:56 AM
"Nasdaq logs best streak since October as broader market closes lower/Strategist: Stocks poised for strong performance following gains from April to July" MarketWatch 4:02 PM
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"US indexes inch higher as tech winning streak continues" Associated Press 4:01 PM
"U.S. Stocks Little Changed Amid Positive Corporate Earnings: The S&P 500 edged lower Thursday, as the latest round of corporate-earnings reports offered some support to a stock market reckoning with yet another trade volley." WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 4:00 PM
"Asian stocks closed mostly higher even as drop in oil prices weighed on energy stocks: Chinese markets make gains; Nikkei slips" MarketWatch 8:55 AM
"European stocks weaker across the board; Adidas shares climb on results" MarketWatch 8:55 AM
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