"Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on tech industry spotlight: 'Having the scrutiny is actually good'" GeekWire 3:49 PM
"Microsoft's Common Data Model: What users (not just Dynamics 365 ones) need to know/Microsoft's CDM is the linchpin for the recently announced Open Data Initiative and likely even more Microsoft products in the future." ZDNet 4:07 PM
"Judge: Former Bill & Melinda Gates tech leader entitled to $4.9M in dispute with foundation" GeekWire 4:14 PM
"Microsoft deal with Grab brings its AI, cloud tech to ride-hailing: Grab is Southeast Asia's biggest ride-hailing platform, and it has plans to do a lot more." Engadget 7:36 AM
"Microsoft buys into Grab as pair focus on big data and AI on Azure: Grab will adopt Microsoft Azure as its preferred cloud platform and Microsoft will make a strategic investment in Grab" ZDNet 7:42 AM
"Microsoft and Grab form strategic partnership" Seeking Alpha 7:27 AM
"Microsoft Partners with, Invests in Grab" Thurrott 7:41 AM
"Microsoft to invest in ride-hailing company Grab for undisclosed amount" Social Barrel 7:54 AM
"Microsoft invests in Grab to bring AI and big data to on-demand services" TechCrunch 7:54 AM
"Microsoft's GitHub acquisition set for EU approval, sources say: Microsoft announced the deal in June" Reuters 7:38 AM
"Microsoft's GitHub deal set for EU approval" Seeking Alpha 7:29 AM
"LinkedIn acquires Glint to better understand how employees feel about their employers" Social Barrel 7:54 AM
"Report: Microsoft close to buying RPG game studio Obsidian" Seeking Alpha 1:32 PM
"Skype for Windows 10 is testing ability to transfer money" Social Barrel 7:54 AM
"Microsoft expands Azure towards that $10B Pentagon contract" Seeking Alpha 8:49 AM
"HP Chromebook x360 14 Might Be the Chromebook I've Been Looking For" Thurrott 7:41 AM
"HP's x360 14 Chromebook is a big change from last year's model: It bears little resemblance to its 11-inch predecessor from last year." Ars Technica 7:35 PM
"Intel finally reveals 9th-gen CPUs with 5GHz Core i9-9900K leading the charge: But it's pretty much the incremental refresh we were expecting" The Inquirer 7:44 AM
"Below the Surface, Microsoft is not the new Apple: A meticulous attention to hardware detail does not a company upending make." ZDNet 7:53 AM
"Microsoft announces Minecraft Creators Bundle for the Xbox One S" Neowin 7:42 AM
"Microsoft reveals Project xCloud Xbox game streaming service: Public trials will begin at some point in 2019" The Inquirer 7:43 AM
"Microsoft Announced xCloud Game Streaming Service" Social Barrel 7:54 AM
"How Microsoft is making its most sensitive HoloLens depth sensor yet: We don't know what the next HoloLens will look like, but we've seen the depth sensor that will be inside. Here's how it works." ZDNet 7:53 AM
"Upskill launches support for Microsoft HoloLens" TechCrunch 7:55 AM
"Nevada sues Tesla over unpaid taxes: Tesla says it underpaid an unemployment fund due to a mistake." Engadget 9:06 PM
"Sony Sues Hacker for Selling Jailbroken PS4s on eBay: Sony bought two of the jailbroken consoles sold via eBay, allegedly by a California man. Bundled with one of the consoles was instructions on how to run the 'exploit' software code to break Sony's anti-piracy protections, the company's lawsuit claims." PC Magazine 3:58 PM
"Google+ users, upset over data leak, sue Google: Hours after Google+ shuttered, lawsuit filed in San Francisco." Ars Technica 12:39 PM
"UK gov plans to combine Brits' social media data with medical records: But privacy campaigners slam 'predictive prevention' system as 'creepy'" The Inquirer 7:43 AM
"Google Drops Bid for Massive Military Cloud Computing Contract Amid Employee Pressure" Gizmodo 7:43 AM
"Google sits out $10 billion Pentagon cloud contest over AI principles: Some of the contract's terms might not align with its AI Principles, the tech giant said." Engadget 7:38 AM
"Stocks close mostly lower after volatile session as bond yields remain in focus: Nasdaq snaps three-day losing streak" MarketWatch 4:16 PM
"Dow, S&P 500 End Lower; Nasdaq Ekes Out Gain as Rates Ease: Stocks ended mixed Tuesday with the Dow and S&P 500 lower and the Nasdaq higher after benchmark yields on the 10-year treasury backed off multi-year highs." TheStreet 4:16 PM
"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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