"Accenture adds 10,000 more Microsoft-focused consultants to its practice" ZDNet 12:11 PM
"Microsoft Invests in 'Boring AI' Startup Valued at $2.75 Billion" ITPro Today 1:06 PM
"Microsoft joins $250M round for 'boring AI'" Seeking Alpha 10:04 AM
"With Cortana's concession speech, Microsoft abandons another platform opportunity" ZDNet 6:51 AM
"Microsoft Project xCloud Streaming Service Supports All Digital Xbox One Games" HotHardware 12:03 PM
"Microsoft will let you test its Chromium browser even if you're not an Insider: Concious uncoupling will allow you to co-parent" The Inquirer 6:10 AM
"Microsoft Technology Centre opens in Sydney: The multimillion-dollar 'state of the art' facility is aimed at accelerating digital transformation in Australia." ZDNet 6:10 AM
"NSW government signs on Microsoft for help with digital transformation: The Microsoft Australia MD told ZDNet there are plans to work with other governments in the country on similar initiatives." ZDNet 6:11 AM
"Intel Details Plans for Its Oregon Fab Expansion: D1X Phase 3" AnandTech 5:49 PM
"Intel kills off Itanium server chips: A year from now, you won't be able to order any new Itanium chips." ITProPortal 6:32 AM
"Windows Update problems: Fixed now but here's what went wrong, says Microsoft/Microsoft says Windows Update DNS outage is fixed and things should return to normal for all customers soon." ZDNet 6:39 AM
"Microsoft explains why Windows Update did not work on January 29, 2019" gHacks 6:40 AM
"House Democrats get down to business on tech issues: Net neutrality, FCC oversight, T-Moible-Sprint merger, and Apple's FaceTime debacle are all getting attention from Democratic leaders on the House Energy and Commerce Committee." CNET 7:56 PM
"U.S. lawmakers target China's ZTE with sanctions bill" Reuters 5:51 PM
"Judge pauses lawsuits against cryptocurrency company Quadriga" Reuters 5:02 PM
"El Reg eyes up Article 13 draft leak: Will new Euro law give Silicon Valley more power? Some lawyers think so" The Register 1:08 PM
"U.S. warns European allies not to use Chinese gear for 5G networks" Reuters 12:12 PM
"MPs warned of 'malicious hack' that attempts to access private contacts: Deputy chief whip, er, Pincher gets caught out" The Inquirer 9:43 AM
"ICO to probe Google over alleged GDPR violations: Watchdog has received complaints about firm's heavy-handed data collection" The Inquirer 6:09 AM
"T-Mobile's Merger Price Promise Has a Huge Loophole: Carriers lie, especially when they're trying to merge. So take T-Mobile's pledge to offer 'the same or better rate plans' over the next three years with a grain of salt." PC Magazine 5:01 PM
"Signal Sciences secures $35 million investment to protect web apps" TechCrunch 9:43 AM
"Vinli raises $13.5m Series B to expand its vehicle data intelligence platform" TechCrunch 7:41 AM
"Lunchr grabs $34 million for its corporate lunch card" TechCrunch 6:12 AM
"Ketos raises $9 million to detect toxins and leaks in water supplies" VentureBeat 6:12 AM
"Healthy.io raises $18 million for at-home urinalysis tests" VentureBeat 6:12 AM
"Databricks raises $250 million for its data processing and AI platforms" VentureBeat 6:12 AM
"Databricks raises $250M at a $2.75B valuation for its analytics platform" TechCrunch 6:13 AM
"What Amazon Web Services security certification is doing for government"
"Huawei sheds 100 Australian jobs in the face of 5G ban"
"Allscripts offers Apple Health Records to its clients and their patients"
"Apple closer to using BOE displays for iPhones to cut costs: Report"
"Microsoft hires open-source veteran Stormy Peters to run its Open Source Programs Office"
"Employees connect nuclear plant to the internet so they can mine cryptocurrency"
"Intuit delivers solid Q4, cuts Q1 earnings outlook, finishes with 4.5 million QuickBooks Online subscribers"
"VMware goes shopping with $2.7B Pivotal purchase, $2.1B Carbon Black acquisition"
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