"Satya Nadella's 'karma' gaffe was 'one of the best things that ever happened for Microsoft,' says former board member who was on stage with him" GeekWire 11:44 AM
"Microsoft warns Azure customers of Exim worm: Microsoft says Azure infrastructure stops the worm's self-spreading component, but VMs remain compromised." ZDNet 2:28 PM
"Xbox Project Scarlett Vs PlayStation 5, All We Know And Which Platform Will Dominate" HotHardware 4:47 PM
"This week in tech history: Microsoft shows us the Surface/The first models weren't total winners, but Microsoft's tablets have gotten better and better." Engadget 7:52 AM
"LG CNS, Microsoft to develop cloud-based business platform" The Korea Herald 7:34 AM
"Dell may introduce a touchscreen OLED display for the XPS 15 7590" Notebook Check 7:26 AM
"Intel launches project to help Israeli tech start-ups" Reuters 8:53 PM
"AMD X590 High-End Ryzen 3000 Chipset To Slot Above X570 With Key Upgrades" HotHardware 4:46 PM
"Call for tech industry sustainability: Tech sector should back UN Sustainable Development goals, says Graeme Muller" Computerworld New Zealand 8:53 PM
"Google CEO Sundar Pichai cautions against regulating big tech just 'for the sake of it': The DOJ and Federal Trade Commission are said to be dividing up responsibility for oversight of Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon to probe their market dominance." Financial Express 6/15
"Microsoft Becomes Best Performing Dow Stock Of 2019" 24/7 Wall St. 6/15
"Microsoft's All-Encompassing Vision For The Future Of Xbox" Forbes 6/15
"Microsoft may be working on a MacBook-like touch bar for its Surface Pen" MSPoweruser 6/15
"Microsoft Details Roadmap for Merging UWP and Win32 App-Experience" WinBuzzer 6/15
"5G just part of technology's 'new Cold War frontline': As nations search for technology that 'confers a decisive strategic advantage' in controlling the 'global digital commons', the global political trends are reminiscent of the 1930s." ZDNet 8:33 PM
"Stocks end slightly lower as tech shares slide; Chewy soars on debut: Major benchmarks post weekly gains" MarketWatch 6/14
"Dow Ends Lower in Narrow Trading Friday; Markets Shrug Off Global Tensions: Stocks retreat Friday over disappointment over Broadcom's revenue warning and uncertainty over trade talks and interest rates." TheStreet 6/14
"Dow Jones Holds Key Support As Stock Indexes Rise For The Week: Key stock indexes closed slightly underwater in the stock market today as Broadcom (AVGO) and other chips weighed. But the Dow Jones industrials and S&P 500 stayed above a key support line." Investor's Business Daily 6/14
"Stocks fall led by semiconductors, oil rises on Iran tensions: U.S. stocks ended the final trading day of the week modestly lower as traders weighed rising tensions with Iran and the ongoing trade battle with China." FOXBusiness 6/14
"Stocks Slip Amid Middle East Tensions: Dow and S&P fall Friday but end week slightly higher; gold hits 14-month high before paring back" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 6/14
"Google programming language scorecard: How C, C++, Dart, Rust, Go rate for Fuchsia"
"McAfee acquires Light Point Security team to bring browser isolation tech to MVISION UCE"
"Google patches Chrome zero-day under active attacks"
"Nation's youngest engineers further Army drone ambitions"
"Linux now joins Android on Planet's little Cosmo Communicator computer-phone"
"Mozilla enables DOH by default for all Firefox users in the US"
"Grab raises $850M from Japanese investors to fuel financial services push"
"5G enterprise deployments: Optimism abounds as do security concerns"
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