"Speculative execution claims another scalp, scuppers Intel SGX: Speculative execution attacks truly are the gift that keeps on giving." Ars Technica 2:32 PM
"Intel Coughs to Puma CPU Flaw that Hit Virgin Media Hub 3 Router" ISPreview 7:20 AM
"Intel's First 9th-Generation Processors Rumored to Launch on October 1st" TechStory 7:22 AM
"Intel to launch X599 platform for its 28-core Skylake-X CPU: That's providing the chip is legit" The Inquirer 12:17 PM
"Nvidia's Turing-powered Quadro GPUs are 'first' built for ray-tracing: But you probably can't afford them" The Inquirer 7:08 AM
"NVIDIA's Turing-powered GPUs are the first ever built for ray tracing: The future of hyper-realistic graphics is here." Engadget 7:09 AM
"Oracle Accused of Defrauding Investors on Cloud Sales Growth: Florida-based City of Sunrise Firefighters' Pension Fund is leading a lawsuit against Oracle, alleging the company lied to shareholders about drivers behind earlier cloud sales growth •The suit, filed last Friday, is seeking class-action status, Bloomberg reported •An Oracle spokeswoman said the suite has no merit and that the company will vigorously defend against the claims •After a few years of focus on enterprise cloud services, Oracle's effort is still nascent, and the company trails market-share leaders in key segments" Data Center Knowledge 7:24 AM
"Linux 4.18 brings support for Vega M, Volta GV100 and, er, SPECK: Out, foul Speck" The Inquirer 10:33 AM
"Microsoft Launches 'Kaizala Pro' in Kenya to embrace the fourth industrial revolution" CIO East Africa 7:23 AM
"eLogic Achieves the 2018/2019 Inner Circle for Microsoft Business Applications: eLogic is recognized by Microsoft for achieving outstanding customer success and solution innovation for Manufacturers for the third consecutive year." PRWeb 7:24 AM
"Oracle NetSuite Expands through Biopharmaceutical Deals" Market Realist 7:23 AM
"Microsoft Surface Book 2 (15in) review: Our thoughts on Microsoft's most powerful laptop device yet" The Inquirer 7:08 AM
"How to Get Google to Quit Tracking You: Google still tracks you, even when you think you've opted out. Here's how to actually turn off Google's tracking abilities for Google Maps on both iOS and Android devices." PC Magazine 9:35 PM
"Einstein's equivalence principle updated with a dash of quantum: New, highly sensitive experiments required to find potential violations." Ars Technica 12:07 PM
"Google is probably tracking you — here's how to limit it: TODAY investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen demonstrates the steps to take to limit Google's ability to track your location." Today 7:19 AM
"Lenovo's new Thinkpads are worthy competitors to Apple's new MacBook Pros" BGR 7:15 AM
"The Morning After: NVIDIA's graphics upgrade and taking Tesla private/The future of computer graphics." Engadget 7:09 AM
"With Brexit lurking, are French startups benefiting as US bets on France?" ZDNet 7:07 AM
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"20 VPS providers to shut down on Monday, giving customers two days to save their data"
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