"Intel's 14nm CPU shortage set to cause slump in PC shipments: Trendforce also expects DRAM, SSD pricing to be affected" The Inquirer 6:18 AM
"Intel Notebook CPU Shortage Could Make Positive Impact On DRAM Market For Consumers" HotHardware 6:00 PM
"Intel's 9th-gen CPUs outperform AMD's Ryzen 2 in leaked benchmarks: Geekbench.... more like Leakbench" The Inquirer 7:05 AM
"Intel buys NetSpeed Systems to boost SoC biz: Hopefully this'll lead to noteworthy Atom chips" The Inquirer 11:11 AM
"Intel bolsters its SoC design tools with NetSpeed Systems acquisition: Intel pledges to 'honour NetSpeed's existing customer contracts', but will take its technology in-house" Computing 8:16 AM
"Intel partners with Nokia and Ericsson on 5G worldwide" ZDNet 9:33 PM
"AMD Tests $30 Billion Barrier as Chipmaker Rides Torrid Gains to Challenge Intel: AMD is set to open at the highest level in 12 years Tuesday as shares extend a two-month run that has added more than $14 billion to the chipmaker's market value and made it one of hottest stocks on Wall Street." TheStreet 7:05 AM
"VIDEO: AMD activates new Athlon, Athlon Pro and 2nd-gen Ryzen Pro, can Intel compete?" iTWire 7:05 AM
"AMD Ryzen 5 2600X and Ryzen 3 2300X official, but you can't buy them: The processors arrive exclusively for pre-built PCs" The Inquirer 6:17 AM
"AMD Ryzen 3 2300X And Ryzen 5 2500X Officially Part Of 2nd-Gen Ryzen Family" SegmentNext 7:04 AM
"Microsoft Azure Devops Services puts devops in the cloud: Azure Devops replaces Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), providing services for CI/CD, testing, and kanban project boards" Computerworld New Zealand 6:18 AM
"Microsoft pushes machine learning to the edge: Microsoft's global IoT director on edge computing and the company's US$5 investment in IoT" Computerworld New Zealand 6:19 AM
"Microsoft rolls out Twitch Beta app to all Xbox Insiders on Xbox One" Neowin 10:03 AM
"Verizon Brings Home 5G Service to Four US Cities on Oct. 1: The high-speed home internet service will first be available to consumers living in Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Sacramento. It promises to offer download speeds of around 300 Mbps, but will cost you $50 to $70 a month." PC Magazine 9:33 PM
"KEXP returns to Seattle airwaves after 11-year-old digital memory card takes station down" GeekWire 7:07 PM
"PayPal debuts Funds Now, instant payouts for sellers on its platform" TechCrunch 4:15 PM
"Facebook's 'Rosetta' AI can extract text from a billion images daily: The social network's automatic translation feature now also works with 24 new languages." Engadget 2:33 PM
"Amazon to surpass Walmart as top U.S. apparel retailer with $30B in annual sales, analyst says" GeekWire 12:04 PM
"Google's Pixelbook 2 caught on video looking like a Microsoft Surface: Copying kickstands is the sincerest form of a bad idea" The Inquirer 10:36 AM
"Sony vows to use 100 percent renewable electricity by 2040: It'll join Facebook, Google and Microsoft in the RE100 club." Engadget 10:35 AM
"Verizon holds $1 million contest for 5G education tech with AI, AR, or VR" Venturebeat 10:01 AM
"CareerBuilder's mobile app uses AR and AI to help your job search" Venturebeat 10:02 AM
"Chevy's Call Me Out App Uses Peer Pressure to Curb Distracted Driving: The app uses a phone's accelerometer and GPS to sense when the device is picked up while traveling at speeds faster than 5 mph. If it catches the user engaging in this risky behavior, it will play the recorded messages from friends and family reminding them to be safe." PC Magazine 10:00 AM
"OnePlus 6T might launch with new Bullets Wireless headphones in tow" BGR 7:52 AM
"Alexa's land-and-expand strategy is racking up the numbers" ZDNet 7:45 AM
"Samsung might keep teasing the foldable Galaxy F phone forever" BGR 6:42 AM
"Adobe supercharges Photoshop's content-aware fill so you have more options, fewer AI fails" TechCrunch 6:41 AM
"Revealed: The shadowy group blamed for the hack on British Airways" Telegraph 7:51 AM
"British Airways breach caused by the same group that hit Ticketmaster" ZDNet 6:17 AM
"A project to remove 88,000 tons of plastic from the Pacific has begun: A giant 'pool noodle' is heading 260 miles offshore for a two week trial." Engadget 6:18 AM
"Samsung Galaxy Watch Review: Feature-Rich With Great Battery Life" HotHardware 2:31 PM
"Readers Pick Their Favorite VPN Brands for Home and Office: Our first virtual private networks survey (combining Business Choice and Readers' Choice) reveals the software keeping users safe and satisfied" " PC Magazine 10:00 AM
"Apple v Amazon: Battle of the titans" BBC 6:42 AM
"What the Galaxy S10 would look like if Samsung copied the iPhone X" BGR 6:40 AM
"How to steal a Tesla Model S in seconds" ZDNet 6:40 AM
"By the end of this year, almost half of the country will own a smart speaker" BGR 6:19 AM
"Spark extends Cat-M1 IoT network across New Zealand"
"Australian political parties also hit by state actor in parliamentary network attack: PM"
"NBN half-year revenue jumps to AU$1.3b as CEO confident of positive cash flow by FY22"
"Singapore health ministry refutes suggestions of HIV data leak coverup"
"LG to launch 'attachable dual-screen' with G8 ThinQ and V50 ThinQ"
"Ericsson to build 50 Optus 5G sites"
"Your smartphone is going to look a lot stranger next time around"
"Didi Chuxing to reportedly sack 15 percent of workforce after 2018 huge lossses"
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