"Lenovo tops worldwide PC market in flat quarter: Lenovo increases market share, while Apple slides a bit." CNET 6:12 PM
"Lenovo retakes the top spot in PC shipments: It's also Microsoft's first time in the charts." Engadget 9:07 PM
"Microsoft Becomes a Top 5 PC Maker in the US" Thurrott 7:23 PM
"Microsoft open-sources its entire patent portfolio: Microsoft has joined the Open Invention Network, an open-source patent consortium. By so doing, it is offering its entire patent portfolio: royalty free: to all other Open Invention Network members." ZDNet 8:11 AM
"Microsoft promises to defend—not attack—Linux with its 60,000 patents: Software giant joins a patent cross-licensing community that protects open source software." Ars Technica 2:43 PM
"Microsoft needs to refocus on Windows 10 fundamentals, not just new features/Opinion: Microsoft needs to step off the new feature train, at least temporarily, and get Windows 10's reliability and fundamentals back on track." ZDNet 4:13 PM
"Microsoft sends borked Windows 10 October Update back to Insiders: And we should see it soon too" The Inquirer 8:01 AM
"Windows 10 1809 bungle: We won't miss early problem reports again, says Microsoft/Microsoft makes changes to its Feedback Hub after failing to notice early reports flagging up data losses caused by the Windows 10 October 2108 Update." ZDNet 8:12 AM
"Microsoft fixed the broken Windows 10 October 2018 update that deleted your files" BGR 7:38 AM
"Microsoft Says It's Fixed That Windows 10 October Update Bug That Mass-Deleted Entire Directories" Gizmodo 7:38 AM
"Windows 10 October 2018 Update build 17763.17 heads to Slow and Release Preview rings" Neowin 7:59 AM
"Intel Pits 9th Gen Core CPU against AMD Ryzen" EE Times Asia 7:57 AM
"Huawei plans to ditch Intel in favour of its own server chips: The Chinese tech firm wants a bigger slice of the cloud cake" The Inquirer 9:21 AM
"Intel's latest processors are for gamers and creators" Inquirer.net 9:21 AM
"PC makers: Intel CPU shortages are here ... for six months/If it's not one DRAM thing, it's another" The Register 9:21 AM
"Is Lenovo's Super Micro Headache a Catalyst for HP? Will fearful American customers replace their Lenovo PCs with HP machines?" The Motley Fool 9:19 AM
"IBM files protest against Pentagon cloud contract with one winner" Seeking Alpha 1:41 PM
"Nvidia RAPIDS accelerates analytics and machine learning: New open source libraries from Nvidia provide GPU acceleration of data analytics an machine learning. Company claims 50x speed-ups over CPU-only implementations." ZDNet 8:00 AM
"Nintendo's 'souped-up' NES Zelda loads you with gear for an easier adventure" TechCrunch 4:09 PM
"Adobe security update fixes a handful of critical bugs, ignores Flash Player: The light set of updates does not contain a single security patch for Flash, an unusual event for the company." ZDNet 8:00 AM
"Dropbox text recognition makes it easier to find images and PDFs: It's limited to Professional, Business Advanced and Enterprise users, though." Engadget 7:38 AM
"Amazon expands Whole Foods Market deliveries to several more areas" Neowin 7:58 AM
"The Morning After: Here's Google's Pixel 3 family, Home Hub and Slate/Look surprised." Engadget 7:38 AM
"You can catch up with the Made by Google 2018 event by watching this four minute recap" Neowin 7:59 AM
"Google introduces a new Chromecast, but very, very quietly: Because it's nothing to shout about" The Inquirer 8:01 AM
"Google Pixel bets on software, localisation to entice APAC consumers: Available from November 1 in five Asian markets, including Singapore and Taiwan, the latest smartphone release features tighter integration with the vendor's AI-powered apps such as Google Lens Assistant." ZDNet 8:00 AM
"Google Pixel 3 Australian pricing: The newly unveiled Google Pixel 3 starts at AU$1,199 from Google, while the XL model is priced from AU$1,349, with telco monthly pricing ranging between AU$84 and AU$199 on Telstra and AU$58 and AU$115 on Optus." ZDNet 8:00 AM
"Nintendo Switch Online now includes an easier version of 'Zelda': It's an unexpectedly 'souped-up' take on an old classic." Engadget 7:38 AM
"Microsoft's new Battery Limit: Surface 50% charge cap aims to give longer battery life/Microsoft adds new feature that may extend life of Surface devices' batteries when they're constantly plugged in." ZDNet 8:12 AM
"The cheapest cloud storage options in 2018, both free and paid-for" Expert Reviews 10:39 AM
"Google Pixel 3 hands-on—Not the best first impression: If the Pixel 3 succeeds, it will be in spite of its hardware design." Ars Technica 9:20 AM
"Machine or Human? How We're Reallocating Work: In the emerging, AI-powered workplace, there's plenty of work to be done, some suited for machines and some suited for humans." InformationWeek 8:12 AM
"10 reasons the Galaxy Note 9 is better than the Google Pixel 3 XL for business: Google revealed the Pixel 3 XL yesterday and while it is the best from Google, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 offers more for the enterprise." ZDNet 8:12 AM
"Google Pixel 3 hands-on review: Shaping up to be a solid slice of pure Android hardware" The Inquirer 8:01 AM
"Turbulence, the oldest unsolved problem in physics: The flow of water through a pipe is still in many ways an unsolved problem." Ars Technica 7:37 AM
"IT firms, telcos among dozens hacked in new info-stealing malware attack"
"Microsoft urges governments to regulate facial recognition tech"
"2018's most high-profile cryptocurrency catastrophes and cyberattacks"
"2018's worst cryptocurrency scams, cyberattacks (in pictures)"
"OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition hands-on: Papaya orange highlights, Warp Charge 30, and 10GB of RAM"
"Doze detector monitors head position to identify sleepy & distracted drivers"
"Google CEO Sundar Pichai: 'Our mission is to protect your privacy'"
"Rise of the shelf scanning robot"
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