"Microsoft Reportedly Killing Edge in Favour of a New Chromium-Based Browser" Thurrott 6:30 AM
"Microsoft reportedly looking to ditch Edge for Chromium: The world of web renderers could be down a significant member should Microsoft can its EdgeHTML renderer." ZDNet 6:31 AM
"Microsoft is rumoured to be ditching Edge in favour of Google's Chromium engine: This would never have happened when Kevin was alive" The Inquirer 6:34 AM
"Report: Microsoft to Replace Edge Web Browser/After Internet Explorer came Edge, but Microsoft's web browser failed to make much of an impact and now it's expected to be replaced by a Chromium-based alternative. The EdgeHTML rendering engine is dead, but will Microsoft continue to call the new browser Edge?" PC Magazine 7:02 AM
"Microsoft reportedly working on Chrome-style browser to replace Edge: Its Windows 10 replacement will apparently use the Chromium rendering engine." CNET 6:50 AM
"Microsoft Edge Browser To Be Replaced By A Chromium-Powered Web Browser On Windows 10" Redmond Pie 9:41 AM
"Report: Microsoft is scrapping Edge, switching to just another Chrome clone/The move would further cement the desktop browser monoculture." Ars Technica 11:54 AM
"Microsoft continues its quest to embrace every developer with Visual Studio 2019: More Linux and more cloud services, too." Ars Technica 5:23 PM
"Windows 10 BSOD: Pricey Surface Book 2s bricked by latest 1803 update/Sleuthing Surface Book 2 owners figure out Microsoft's latest Windows 10 update is to blame for Blue Screen of Death woes." ZDNet 6:31 AM
"Microsoft, Mastercard pledge to work together on digital identity: Mastercard to build identity services on Azure" Computerworld 6:36 AM
"New Windows 10 1809 block: This time it's Cisco's next-gen AMP malware shield/Really want to update to Windows 10 1809? Then uninstall Cisco Advanced Malware Protection for Endpoints." ZDNet 6:58 AM
"Google releases Chrome 71 with a focus on security features: Google improves Chrome's ability to filter abusive ads and detect shady mobile subscription forms." ZDNet 8:41 PM
"Over 20,000 PCs infected with new ransomware strain in China: Ransomware authors might have shot themselves in the foot by handling payments via WeChat. Local law enforcement could track ransom payments." ZDNet 2:16 PM
"YouTube Mobile Videos Will Now Play Automatically: Android and iOS users will soon see YouTube videos automatically starting to play without audio and with captions enabled on the Home tab. It's what we've been asking for, according to Google, but you can turn it off." PC Magazine 7:01 AM
"Google Maps: Why is this mysterious location blurred out? What is Google hiding? GOOGLE Maps is used to find locations all over the world but, on some occasions, the internet giant purposely tries to hide certain places - such as this mysterious Russian island." Express UK 6:45 AM
"The Secrets Hidden in Our Google Location Data: A teenager built a cool data visualization website. Then people started using it as a tracking tool." Bloomberg 6:45 AM
"Google Doodle marks the life of World War One heroine Edith Cavell" ITV News 6:45 AM
"Quora Discloses Data Breach Impacting 100 Million Users" eWeek 6:34 AM
"Facebook now lets you show off your gift list: You can now invite your friends to add to your saved bookmarks." Engadget 6:35 AM
"Nvidia's boffins create an AI that renders 3D worlds out of real-world videos: It's rendering Jim, just not as we know it" The Inquirer 6:34 AM
"'Fallout 76' Power Armor Edition buyers will get their canvas bags: A cheap nylon bag is not what gamers expected to see in the $200 CE box." Engadget 6:35 AM
"The hot new UI from Samsung's foldable phone is now available on the Galaxy Note 9" BGR 9:02 PM
"Samsung's target demographic for its foldable phone will be middle-aged professionals" BGR 9:02 PM
"Samsung apparently wants to bring 'force touch' to its smartwatches" BGR 6:36 AM
"Busted: Samsung caught pretending a DSLR photo was captured by its own camera phone" BGR 7:55 AM
"Microsoft says it will fix Media Player bug in Windows 10 in mid-December" Neowin 8:31 PM
"Microsoft doesn't think the iPad is a real computer: Microsoft returns to iPad comparisons for its latest Surface ad" The Verge 6:51 AM
"Microsoft: New icons, new drivers, AI! Everything is awesome! Help on minding your PowerPoint language in this week's MS round-up" The Register 6:47 AM
"Report: Microsoft is working on a dual-screen device code-named 'Centaurus'" Liliputing 6:47 AM
"Microsoft's 'Centaurus' device is yet another potential piece of its Chromebook-compete strategy: Microsoft's successor to its 'Andromeda' dual-screened foldable device is codenamed 'Centaurus.' It's just one element of Microsoft's evolving Chromebook-compete strategy." ZDNet 2:41 PM
"Thousands of sensitive emails stolen in intrusion of Republican campaign arm: Email accounts of four senior NRCC aides monitored for months." Ars Technica 7:03 PM
"Seven GDPR complaints filed against Google over user location tracking" ZDNet 6:58 AM
"IBM Israel Sued by Israel Chemicals for $300 Million: In a lawsuit filed Monday to Tel Aviv district court, ICL alleges a project it commissioned from IBM caused it $300 million in damages" CTech 6:49 AM
"'Google You Owe Us' claimants aren't giving up on UK Safari workaround suit" TechCrunch 6:45 AM
"Dow closes down 800 points as U.S.-China trade, flattening yield curve spook investors: All major indexes tumble more than 3% as stocks log worst day in nearly a month" MarketWatch 5:04 PM
"Dow Falls 799 on Doubts About China Trade Deal, Fears of Slowing U.S. Growth: Stocks ended sharply lower Tuesday on doubts over a lack of detail in the recent U.S.-China trade talks and signals from the bond market that suggest slowing growth in the United States." TheStreet 5:05 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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