"Microsoft could bring Chromium Edge to Linux distros 'eventually': Open source browser for open source operating system" The Inquirer 6:52 AM
"Windows 10: Microsoft is bringing back one of Windows 95's most popular features/Microsoft is revamping PowerToys utilities for Windows 10." ZDNet 6:58 AM
"Microsoft PowerToys make a comeback for the Windows 10 era" Hexus 8:32 AM
"Microsoft Build 2019: Everything announced on Azure, IoT, Edge on Chromium, AI, Windows apps, Microsoft Graph/Azure, AI and conversational bots are key themes for Microsoft's big developer conference, but the software giant also gave developers some strategic cues." ZDNet 7:04 AM
"Microsoft patented a braille-displaying controller accessory for the blind: Text-heavy games are often inaccessible to the visually impaired, company notes." Ars Technica 2:15 PM
"Windows Hello is getting FIDO2 certification, pushing passwords closer to extinction" TechSpot 8:31 AM
"Microsoft: Just one .Net going forward/Microsoft .Net 5 will mark the end of .Net Core and the beginning of a single, unified .Net platform" InfoWorld 8:32 PM
"Windows 10 update brings us closer to a world without passwords" BGR 5:55 PM
"The first Windows 10 SDK Preview build for 20H1 is now available - here's what's new" Neowin 5:55 PM
"Intel Will Launch 7nm Chips in 2021, Ice Lake Ships in June" ExtremeTech 11:29 AM
"Intel will begin shipping 10nm Ice Lake processors in June: And it reckons it'll have 7nm GPUs ready for 2021" The Inquirer 6:53 AM
"Intel's 10nm Chips Arrive in June, 7nm in 2021: We're finally going to see an end to the 14nm chip revisions, but 10nm chips may not be around for long if Intel really does deliver 7nm by 2021." PC Magazine 7:01 AM
"Intel says Ice Lake is on target, and even faster 7nm CPUs will arrive by 2021: Chip giant has learned from the difficulties in getting Ice Lake right" TechRadar UK 7:12 AM
"Open source bug poses threat to sites running multiple CMSes: Drupal, Joomla, and Typo3 all bitten by bug in PharStreamWrapper." Ars Technica 3:42 PM
"Verizon Finds C-Suite, SMBs Under Threat in Annual Security Report: Verizon's 2019 Data Breach Investigations Report, released yesterday during National Small Business Week, reveals that C-suite execs are favored phishing targets, small businesses need to be more careful than ever, and social engineering is becoming more sophisticated." PC Magazine 1:52 PM
"Twitter suspended 166,153 accounts for terrorism content in second half 2018" Reuters 1:16 PM
"Mozilla offers research grant for a way to embed Tor inside Firefox: Mozilla working on a Tor-powered Super Private Browsing (SPB) mode for Firefox." ZDNet 1:04 PM
"Parents can't delete what kids tell Amazon voice assistant" PhysOrg 9:49 AM
"Robot butlers operated by remote workers are coming to do your chores: Japanese startup Mira Robotics will charge $225 a month for a remotely operated robot helper" The Verge 8:06 AM
"Google's subscription music numbers reportedly top 15 million: That's well behind the likes of Spotify, Apple and Amazon." Engadget 6:53 AM
"Google is adding 53 gender-fluid emoji to Android Q: A gendered take on Simpsons yellow" The Verge 7:11 AM
"Google and Qualcomm launch a dev kit for building Assistant-enabled headphones" TechCrunch 7:14 AM
"Google is bringing Electronic IDs to Android" VentureBeat 10:41 AM
"Nike uses AR to help you find the right fit for your sneakers: The new feature will hit the Nike App later this summer." Engadget 6:58 AM
"Hackers attack Confluence Servers, hijack power for cryptocurrency mining: Illicit Monero mining is the goal." ZDNet 6:58 AM
"Roku has 29.1 million active users (and no profit): It expects 2019 to be a blockbuster year, however." Engadget 6:53 AM
"Bitcoin is worth $6,000 for the first time this year: Bitcoin's price has been rising in recent weeks and it's not clear why." Ars Technica 6:56 AM
"Samsung promises more Galaxy Fold launch details by tomorrow: 'We will not be too late [with the launch date]' said the company's CEO." Engadget 6:53 AM
"Samsung security screw-up spills staffer, SmartThings secrets: GitLab repository was set to public access" The Inquirer 6:52 AM
"Samsung paves the way for even better photos with new image sensors" Neowin 6:58 AM
"Samsung launches first 64Mp image sensor for smartphones: Samsung has launched 64MP and 48MP image sensors, which will power flagship smartphones launching in the second half of the year." ZDNet 6:50 AM
"OnePlus 7 Pro price, specs and release date: Pricing leaks for 'cheapest' 6GB/128GB model/It's likely more expensive than you were expecting" The Inquirer 6:51 AM
"Wacom unveils new Intuos Pro Small pen tablet: Wacom introduces a small version of its Intuos Pro stylus and drawing tablet." ZDNet 7:04 AM
"Minecraft Classic Launches to Celebrate 10th Anniversary: It's now possible to play the original Minecraft from 2009 complete with all its bugs in your web browser, no downloads necessary." PC Magazine 7:00 AM
"Microsoft to offer two custom Game of Thrones Xbox One consoles to lucky fans" OnMSFT 9:48 AM
"Facebook VR VP Hugo Barra is being replaced" TechCrunch 12:35 PM
"EasyKnock raises $215 million to buy homes and lease them back to you" VentureBeat 8:15 AM
"Panasonic and Toyota link up to create housing joint venture: Each company will have a 50% stake in the new joint venture." ZDNet 6:58 AM
"Heetch raises $38M to take on Uber in French-speaking countries" TechCrunch 6:50 AM
"Micro-robotic sex toy gets $2M funding, belated award recognition: Fate and an emerging social mission have made Lora DiCarlo a standards-bearer in gender-inclusive, sex-positive technology." ZDNet 7:04 AM
"S&P 500, Nasdaq end lower for fourth day after Trump claims China 'broke the deal': Trump talks of 'beautiful letter' from China's Xi" MarketWatch 5:17 PM
"Dow Ends Lower; Stocks Trim Losses as Trump Hints Trade Deal Still Possible: The S&P 500 and Nasdaq fell for the fourth straight session Thursday amid continued trade tensions between the U.S. and China." TheStreet 5:17 PM
"ACCC starts breaking out Vodafone NBN customer connections"
"Data#3 scores WA-wide Microsoft licensing contracts"
"IT contractor allegedly abused government systems for cryptocurrency mining"
"US grants temporary license for Huawei to support products"
"McLaren's motorsport data learnings are driving innovation in health"
"NAB finally jumps on Apple Pay"
"American Airlines using technology to make its people the competitive advantage"
"Google research: Most hacker-for-hire services are frauds"
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