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"Microsoft: Yeah, we make Office 2019 and Internet Explorer, but don't use 'em" Ars Technica 2/8
"10 productivity-boosting apps for Microsoft Teams: Though it may not offer the wealth of options provided by rival Slack, Microsoft's Teams collaboration software still delivers on productivity with these 10 add-on app integrations." Computerworld 2/8
"AP Exclusive: Undercover spy exposed in NYC was 1 of many/When mysterious operatives lured two cybersecurity researchers to meetings at luxury hotels over the past two months, it was an apparent bid to discredit their research about an Israeli company that makes smartphone hacking technology used by some governments to spy on their citizens. The Associated Press has now learned of similar undercover efforts targeting at least four other individuals who have raised questions about the use of the Israeli firm's spyware." Seattle Post-Intelligencer 8:12 PM
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"This Texas Bill Would Forbid Wireless Carriers From Throttling Service During Disasters" HotHardware 5:22 PM
"Should All Government IT Systems Be Using Open Source Software?" Slashdot 7:41 AM
"Now Britain is reportedly the latest to make Huawei pay for its suspect technology" Business Insider 2/9
"China's cybersecurity law update lets state agencies 'pen-test' local companies: China draws up law that makes it perfectly legal to hack any internet-related company activating in its borders." ZDNet 2/8
"Huawei Threatens Lawsuit Against Czech Republic After Security Warning" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 2/8
"Report: Trump to Ban Huawei Tech in US Wireless Networks" PC Magazine 2/8
"Net neutrality advocates testified before Congress on the FCC's dismantling of the 2015 Open Internet Order" Business Insider 2/8
"China's Huawei leaps ahead — here's why that worries U.S. officials" Seattle Times 2/8
"Thailand launches Huawei 5G test bed, even as U.S. urges allies to bar Chinese gear" Reuters 2/8
"Google Began Censoring Search Results in Russia, Reports Say" Moscow Times 2/8
"Google warns news sites may lose 45% of traffic if EU passes its Copyright Reform" The Next Web 2/8
"Woody Allen sues Amazon for $68m for dropping A Rainy Day in New York" BBC 2/8
"Updated: Sprint Hits AT&T With Lawsuit Over Blatantly Misleading And Fake 5G E Branding" HotHardware 2/8
"Good enough 5G fixed-wireless broadband could change everything: Fixed-line broadband will always be better, but it might be to 5G what Betamax was to VHS." ZDNet 6:19 PM
"AI and HR: A Match Made in Many Companies" Forbes 5:25 PM
"HP EliteBook x360 1040 G5 First Impressions" Thurrott 5:25 PM
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"Review: 'Zucked' examines Facebook's unchecked power and 'catastrophic' results for us all" GeekWire 12:10 PM
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"Prepare students for a future of artificial intelligence" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 10:27 AM
"OnePlus 6T review: Trivial changes hamper a great phone" Engadget 10:27 AM
"Facebook sucks for privacy, but how good are advertisers at targeting me?" The Next Web 7:42 AM
"Are Jeff Bezos' privacy invasion claims against National Enquirer hypocritical?" FOX News Video 7:38 AM
"We asked, you told us: Most of you don't use third-party email apps" Android Authority 2/9
"Interstitial ads are terrible and they need to disappear: Interstitial ads are the modern equivalent of punch-the-monkey Flash banners and I'm sick of them." Android Central 2/9
"Markets Right Now: Late burst of buying leaves indexes mixed" Associated Press 2/8
"Dow Stages Late Rally to Keep Weekly Win Streak Alive: The blue chips surged in the final 10 minutes of the session to secure their longest winning streak since November 2017" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 2/8
"Asian markets drop on renewed worries over U.S.-China trade talks: Nikkei down, Hang Seng slips after reopening from holiday" MarketWatch 2/8
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