"Surface Pro 6, Laptop 2, Studio 2 Land on 20 New Markets" Thurrott 5:57 AM
"Windows 10 boost as the ultimate Microsoft PC goes on sale in the UK: MICROSOFT has just announced the UK launch of its new Surface Studio 2 which offers the ultimate Windows 10 experience." Express UK 6:51 AM
"Microsoft's iMac-rivalling Surface Studio 2 finally arrives in Blighty: And pricing starts at, er, £3,549" The Inquirer 10:09 AM
"Microsoft's Surface Headphones will be available in eight new markets from March" Neowin 5:56 AM
"Surface Headphones Coming to Eight New Markets Next Month" Thurrott 5:56 AM
"Microsoft Build is going to clash with Google I/O, again: So much for cross-platform" The Inquirer 6:32 AM
"Microsoft's Healthcare Bot service becomes generally available in Azure Marketplace" VentureBeat 8:41 AM
"Microsoft announces general availability of Azure Data Explorer and Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2" VentureBeat 11:59 AM
"Two new Azure analytics GA releases, one preview and a big push on SQL DW: Azure Data Explorer and Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 hit General Availability today. Visual Data Flows in Azure Data Factory launches as a public preview, and Microsoft touts major price/performance advantages for Azure SQL Data Warehouse." ZDNet 12:01 PM
"Microsoft says you shouldn't buy its awful software: Redmond, for some bizarre reason, releases ads that mock Office 2019. It wants you to buy Office 365 instead." ZDNet 11:59 AM
"Exclusive: Dell explores sale of cyber security company SecureWorks - sources" Reuters 11:59 AM
"Feeble hybrid cloud capabilities for Dell and IBM in Gartner object storage report" Blocks & Files 6:39 AM
"Dell Offering Azure Stack for Harsh Remote and Edge Environments" eWeek 6:39 AM
"Dell reduces obstacles in partners route to gold: The vendor has revealed that it is making it easier for authorised partners to move up into its tiered programme" ComputerWeekly 6:39 AM
"Dell EMC expands data protection offerings for multi-cloud environments" Tahawultech 6:40 AM
"Dell sets sights on $70bn channel revenues: The vendor has revealed that the channel is within touching distance of hitting $50bn in revenues and it is now looking for a larger goal" ComputerWeekly 6:40 AM
"Intel's Ice Lake might fix Meltdown, but speculative bugs are here to stay" Digital Trends 6:41 AM
"Premier League trio to use Intel's 3D 360-degree replay technology" Examiner 6:51 AM
"AMD's Radeon VII Graphics Card Won't Dethrone NVIDIA" The Motley Fool 5:30 PM
"AMD Radeon VII Review: 7nm Vega With 16GB HBM2 Benchmarked" HotHardware 8:40 AM
"Amazon Adapts to New India Rules, But Uncertainty Remains" The Information [Subscription Required for Full Article] 3:19 PM
"Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 712 offers faster performance for midrange phones: There's also improved support for true wireless earbuds" The Verge 11:59 AM
"Moto G7 Plus, Power, Play: Specs, prices, and launch details/Motorola's latest smartphones offer power at an affordable price. Here's everything you need to know." ZDNet 11:38 AM
"Motorola's G7 line arrives this spring, starting at $199" TechCrunch 7:40 AM
"Moto G7 quartet makes official debut ahead of MWC: Budget devices arrive in Blighty next month from £149" The Inquirer 8:09 AM
"Low-Income Teens Have as Many Smartphones as Everyone Else—but Far Fewer PCs: In the US, the lower the household income, the less likely it is a teenager in that home will own or have access to a laptop or desktop computer." PC Magazine 6:59 AM
"Facebook Says It Needs to Collect All Your Data to Protect Against Terrorism and Child Abuse" Gizmodo 6:05 AM
"Facebook: No, we don't limit your News Feed to 26 people/The social network shoots down an old copypasta that's apparently seeing a resurgence." Engadget 6:12 AM
"Flickr: Seriously, Download Your Photos Before March 12 or Lose Them Forever" Gizmodo 6:05 AM
"Google makes it easier for cheap phones and smart devices to encrypt your data" TechCrunch 7:14 PM
"Google's Leasing Spree Extends To Austin, Putting More Pressure On The City's Office Market" Forbes 6:54 AM
"Google is killing off the web notifications widget it launched with Google+" BGR 5:45 AM
"Android vulnerability lets hackers wreak havoc using, er, a PNG file: Basic pwn isn't being exploited, Google says" The Inquirer 6:12 AM
"Raspberry Pi opens first High Street store in Cambridge" BBC 5:46 AM
"Raspberry Pi opens its first bricks-and-mortar retail store: Charity blows Raspberries at retail nay-sayers" The Inquirer 6:05 AM
"The LG G8 ThinQ will have a 3D-sensing camera on the front" Neowin 5:48 AM
"These Are Samsung's Upcoming Galaxy Buds" Thurrott 5:57 AM
"Cisco Calls for Privacy to be Considered a Fundamental Human Right" Cisco 5:38 PM
"Governor Cuomo Announces IBM Investment To Create Artificial Intelligence Hardware Center At SUNY Poly Albany Campus: The New York State-IBM Research AI Hardware Center Will Conduct Groundbreaking Research and Development to Support AI Innovations" PRNewswire 5:37 PM
"Arsenal FC, Liverpool FC and Manchester City Bring Immersive Experiences to Fans with Intel True View" Intel 5:37 PM
"Huawei will need 5 years and $2b to resolve UK security concerns: Report" ZDNet 8:37 PM
"Australian government computing network reset following security 'incident'" ZDNet 5:56 PM
"Republicans in Congress Are Talking Net Neutrality, at Least" Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:32 PM
"Zero rating: Another way of poisoning net neutrality/A recent study found zero-rating business practices: offering a service such as DirecTV without charging for the bandwidth: actually ends up increasing your wireless data bill." ZDNet 3:19 PM
"Germany says 'nein' to Facebook's heavy-handed data collection in landmark ruling: Watchdog sets limits on the amount of data social network can slurp" The Inquirer 6:06 AM
"Germany lets users decide if Facebook can merge their WhatsApp and Instagram data: The privacy regulator has been tough on the company in recent years." Engadget 6:31 AM
"Facebook ordered by Germany to gather less data" BBC 6:06 AM
"Gov tables return of roaming charges in event of no-deal Brexit: Free roaming looks set to face the same fate as cheese" The Inquirer 6:06 AM
"Huawei refutes UK gov's spying concerns in open letter to parliament: But firm admits there's room for improvement" The Inquirer 6:05 AM
"Ukrainian man jailed for stealing $15 million from Russian banks: Bank funds were stolen by hackers as part of a wider cybercriminal ring." ZDNet 6:24 AM
"Forgot password? Five reasons why you need a password manager" ZDNet 3:22 PM
"The Title Machine Learning Engineer Will Start to Disappear: We may be at a point in the evolution of machine learning tools where formal education in the field is no longer necessary." InformationWeek 10:26 AM
"Can we trust Huawei with 5G? The company has been pitching officials on a risk management plan" The Verge 7:44 AM
"How Facebook's Tiny China Sales Floor Helps Generate Big Ad Money" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 6:59 AM
"Trojan malware: The hidden cyber threat to your PC/Trojan malware has evolved into one of the most dangerous malware types. Ignore the threat at your peril." ZDNet 6:24 AM
"Screen time: Children advised not to use electronic devices at dinner" BBC 6:06 AM
"Stocks retreat as U.S.-China trade war fears reignite: Twitter shares tumble on downbeat outlook" MarketWatch 3:00 PM
"Dow Falls on Concerns Over Slowing Global Growth, Chances of a China Trade Deal: The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbles as concerns over slowing global growth push equities lower and chances of a U.S.-China trade deal dim." TheStreet 2:59 PM
"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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