"Windows 10 1903: We'll still update PCs with less than 32GB storage, says Microsoft/Microsoft clarifies that the new 32GB storage minimum for Windows 10 version 1903 is only for newly built PCs." ZDNet 6:52 AM
"Windows 10's new 32GB storage requirement only applies to OEMs: There's no need to bin your laptop just yet" The Inquirer 6:52 AM
"Microsoft brings even more fixes to Edge Dev with build 126.96.36.199" Neowin 9:12 PM
"Windows 10 now has a 10 point lead over its rivals: But overall it's a pretty static picture" The Inquirer 7:30 AM
"Microsoft's native Windows apps are displaying scareware in ads: Fake News" The Inquirer 6:52 AM
"AMD and Samsung team up to give Exynos a kick in the graphics: First person who asks 'but will it run Crysis?' well be kicked out" The Inquirer 6:52 AM
"AMD announces Radeon Pro Vega II and Pro Vega II Duo GPUs" Hexus 6:58 AM
"Intel Now Listing Cascade lake 28 Core Xeon processor in ARK (and nine others)" Guru3D 6:59 AM
"HP boss: Intel shortages are steering our suited customers to buy AMD/When supply doesn't meet demand, biz goes looking for action elsewhere" The Register 8:15 AM
"HP's Biggest Fear? Cybersecurity, Says CEO Dion Weisler" Chief Executive 6:57 AM
"Sega Genesis Mini Will Get Its Retro Gaming Groove On With 42 Titles, Here's The Full List" HotHardware 5:10 PM
"Jewish dating app JCrush exposed user data and private messages" TechCrunch 11:13 AM
"Gigabyte announces refreshed Aero laptops" bit-tech 8:36 AM
"Firefox starts blocking third-party cookies by default" VentureBeat 8:06 AM
"UK workers are seeing digital transformation happening at work: Finance and business sectors leading digital transformation charge." ITProPortal 7:19 AM
"Phishing attacks grow in sophistication to evade defenses" BetaNews 7:16 AM
"T-Mobile Leads on Customer Satisfaction, Sprint Comes in Last: The self-proclaimed 'un-carrier' earned a customer satisfaction score of 76 out of 100. Sprint, which is seeking to merge with T-Mobile, scored only 65, the lowest of the Big Four carriers." PC Magazine 7:10 AM
"Google: Here's what caused Sunday's big outage/An incorrect server configuration change strangled network capacity in multiple regions." ZDNet 7:10 AM
"Google Maps now allows users in India to check live status of trains, bus travel times, and more" TechCrunch 6:54 AM
"Amazon Prime Video Channels are coming to Canada: You can subscribe to local and international services 'soon.'" Engadget 6:48 AM
"Amazon slashes prices on home security systems and cameras for Father's Day" Digital Trends 7:15 AM
"PlayStation Preview update brings 16-player parties and chat transcription: Double the size of your squad." Engadget 7:30 AM
"Ultimate Ears' Wonderboom 2 gets better sound, longer battery life: Available on June 25th for $99.99." Engadget 7:35 AM
"Studio brings Audioburst's content library to third-party apps and websites" VentureBeat 8:06 AM
"House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says it's time to regulate Big Tech: 'The era of self-regulation is over,' she said" The Verge 9:35 AM
"US antitrust enforcement is coming back from the dead: What this weekend's announcements mean for Big Tech" The Verge 7:36 AM
"Facebook can be told to cast a wider net to find illegal content, says EU court advisor" TechCrunch 7:18 AM
"Uncle Sam wants to read your tweets, check out your Instagram, log your email addresses before you enter the Land of the Free on a visa: Bet ya regret that ironic neverjihaditsogood89 at hotmail.com addy now, huh?" The Register 7:15 AM
"Cuts to open source monitoring tool could impact MoD intelligence, warn MPs" Diginomica 6:58 AM
"Google, Facebook, Apple, Amazon face US anti-trust probe" BBC 6:48 AM
"Tinder faces Russian demand to share user data" BBC 6:49 AM
"Dow rallies over 500 points after Powell seen to leave door open to rate cut: Fed chief says policy makers will 'act as appropriate to sustain the expansion'" MarketWatch 5:18 PM
"Dow Ends Up More Than 500 on Positive Rate Cute and Trade Signals; Tech Rebounds: Stocks ended sharply higher Tuesday as investors took heart at the possibility of an interest rate cut and positive trade talk from China." TheStreet 5:18 PM
"How China, Brexit, and the US derailed global 5G Wireless"
"The game of 5G and geopolitics: What's at stake?"
"Demand for data science talent continues to grow"
"Bill Gates: My biggest mistake? Not making Android"
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