"Privacy: Microsoft wants to (sneakily) collect more data from users via Office" BetaNews 7:59 AM
"The new Mini toolbar in OneNote for Windows 10 helps you edit content faster" MSPoweruser 7:59 AM
"Microsoft explains the actual unique differentiating features of the HoloLens 2" MSPoweruser 7:59 AM
"Windows 10 news recap: over 825 million active devices, WhatsApp support on Windows phones ends at the end of the year, and more" OnMSFT 7:59 AM
"The Windows 10 May 2019 Update is coming - here's what's new" Neowin 3:20 PM
"Microsoft Weekly: Build 2019, Edge on other platforms, and AR Minecraft" Neowin 11:11 AM
"Minecraft's New 10th-Anniversary Map Is Awesome And Hides A Few Secrets" Kotaku 1:15 PM
"Intel says laptops with foldable displays at least 2 years away: Intel believes a laptop with a foldable display won't arrive before 2021. The company is currently trying to understand the capability and the limitation of the [foldable] technology." The Indian Express 7:58 AM
"AMD Ryzen 3000 Zen 2 CPUs Reportedly Support Up To DDR4-5000 For Glorious Bandwidth" HotHardware 4:54 PM
"Microsoft has more Office 365 subscribers than Spotify Premium and Amazon Prime combined" MSPoweruser 5/11
"Microsoft's return to its nerdy roots is good news for developers" TechRepublic 5/11
"Microsoft Advances Conversation Transcription Using Virtual Microphone Arrays" CDR Info 5/11
"Nest, the company, died at Google I/O 2019: The Nest ecosystem is dead. Nest accounts are dead. Nest's privacy firewall is dead." Ars Technica 5/10
"Google adds handy playable podcasts to search results" CNET 5/10
"People are calling for Zuckerberg's resignation. Here are just five of the reasons why." MIT Technology Review 5/10
"Amazon Agrees to Stop Selling Children's Products With Illegal Levels of Toxic Metals" Gizmodo 5/10
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"Amazon backtracks on planned S3 changes that would hamper free speech activists" The Register 5/10
"Stocks close higher as U.S. touts trade talks with China as 'constructive': Uber Technologies IPO in spotlight" MarketWatch 5/10
"Stocks End Green as Trump Says Trade Talk Will Continue: Stocks rebound on encouraging words from the White House on U.S.-China trade war." TheStreet 5/10
"Dow Makes Furious Comeback To Lead Stock Market Higher: The stock market today took investors for a wild ride as the key indexes rallied into the black after falling hard, with the Dow Jones industrials taking the lead." Investor's Business Daily 5/10
"US stocks recoup losses on officials' upbeat trade comments: U.S. stocks Friday closed up after rebounding from early session losses, which stemmed from President Trump hiking tariffs on Chinese goods and Beijing vowing retaliation, as officials from both countries made positive comments about their negotiations." FOXBusiness 5/10
"Stocks Bounce Back, Close Higher as Investors Weigh New Tariffs: Companies reliant on Chinese demand and global trade come under pressure despite afternoon rally" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 5/10
"China stocks soar to best one-day gain since March, as U.S. tariffs kick in: Nikkei stands out with 0.3% drop" MarketWatch 5/10
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