"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
"Audio recording is now disabled by default in OpenBSD"
"Tim Cook calls for Bloomberg to retract controversial chip story"
"Asus NovaGo ARM-powered Windows 10 laptop finally goes on sale in the UK"
"eBay might need PayPal more than it thought"
"Robotic indoor farms can grow food anywhere, anytime"
"Facebook leads app install market share, but Google is rising fast"
"Microsoft rolls out Spend, an expense tracker for iOS"
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