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TechNN Archive: Saturday, June 22, 2019
"Intel responds to the Ryzen 3000 series; price cuts incoming" Notebook Check 7:02 PM
"Google Says No Thank You To Intel's Ice Lake Processors" Tom's Hardware 7:03 PM
"AMD Ryzen 7 3800X Benchmarks Leaked, Crushes Intel's i9 9900K in Multi-threaded Performance" WCCFTech 7:02 PM
"Microsoft bans Slack and discourages AWS and Google Docs use internally: Security concerns and competition" The Verge 8:08 PM
"Microsoft's Making Changes to Mixer, Cutting Original Programming Staff" Thurrott 4:24 PM
"Microsoft Flight Simulator will support third-party and community-made content" Neowin 12:32 PM
"Bill Gates on making 'one of the greatest mistakes of all time'" TechCrunch 4:24 PM
"U.S. bars China supercomputer firms, institute from buying American parts" Reuters 8:10 AM
"Dell, HP, Microsoft, Intel oppose proposed tariffs on laptops, tablets: Vendors said proposed tariffs would increase cost of laptops in the country" Reuters 6/21
"Millions of Dell And Other Brand PCs Vulnerable To System Hijack Security Flaw In 3rd Party Software" HotHardware 6/21
"Dell warning: Patch our Windows 10 PCs now to stop attackers taking control/Buggy third-party software library could allow an attacker to compromise a Dell Windows PC." ZDNet 6/21
"Dell patches vulnerability that put millions of PCs at risk — Update yours now" The Next Web 6/21
"Microsoft: There's Only One Next-Gen Xbox/Phil Spencer says Microsoft is focused on just one new console for 2020 as opposed to the two we were expecting." PC Magazine 6/21
"Microsoft is only launching one next-generation Xbox, not two: Rumors suggested a second console codenamed Lockhart" The Verge 6/21
"Windows Update can now tell you if your PC isn't ready for the May 2019 Update" OnMSFT 6/21
"Intel's 10nm CPUs outpace AMD Ryzen in leaked benchmarks: Chipmaker's Core i7-1065G7 has the Ryzen 5 3500U licked" The Inquirer 6/21
"Two Years Later: AMD Ryzen 7 1800X vs. Intel Core i7-7700K" TechSpot 6/21
"DigiTimes: Intel to Slash Desktop Processor Pricing up to 15 Percent as Ryzen 3000 Nears" Tom's Hardware 6/21
"Intel to slash desktop processor prices by up to 15%" DigiTimes 6/21
"Intel to Cut 9th Gen, 8th Gen Core CPU Prices by Up to 15 Percent as AMD Launches New Competitors: Report" Gadgets 360 6/21
"Intel to Drop CPU Prices by 15% to Compete with Ryzen 3000; Core i5-9600K For $229" TechQuila 6/21
"AMD's Ryzen 7 3800X ~5% faster than Intel's i9-9900K in latest leaked Geekbench tests" Notebook Check 6/21
"IBM, Cloudera forge strategic pact: The partnership with Cloudera picks up where IBM's link with Hortonworks left off." ZDNet 6/21
"The New Oracle Looks Like the Old IBM: The tech giant buys another earnings beat as its revenue growth stays sluggish." The Motley Fool 6/21
"Manufacturing memory means scribing silicon in a sea of sensors: 'Industry 4.0' is already here for some companies—especially silicon foundries." Ars Technica 6/21
"Walmart uses AI camera tech to track checkout theft at 1,000 stores: It might help cut losses, but it raises privacy questions." Engadget 9:27 PM
"Amazon's Prime Reading perk expands to Canada and offers free ebooks and comics: Hundreds of titles available for download" The Verge 3:30 PM
"Amazon Launches Budget 4K TVs With Dolby Vision Support" Redmond Pie 10:01 AM
"Kubernetes and containers are growing up fast, survey shows: Signs that container technology is finally ready for prime time." ZDNet 8:11 AM
"Google Pay expands its integration with PayPal to online merchants" TechCrunch 6/21
"OpenSSH gets protection against attacks like Spectre, Meltdown, Rowhammer, and Rambleed: OpenSSH to encrypt SSH private keys while at rest in a computer's RAM." ZDNet 6/21
"Google is killing YouTube's 'Hangouts on Air' this year: Livestreaming group video calls on YouTube will be a lot more complicated." Ars Technica 6/21
"Amazon patent reveals drone surveillance as a service: Could 'SaaS' take on a new meaning?" ZDNet 6/21
"Ultraviolet and Flixster shutdowns leave digital movie libraries in peril: There's negative film options for Brits" The Inquirer 6/21
"Google cancels upcoming Pixel Slate, abandons plans for future Chrome OS tablets" Digital Trends 6/21
"Google confirms its tablet-making days are over: Pre-production models are ditched, but a Pixelbook 2 is semi-confirmed" The Inquirer 6/21
"Google calls it quits on Chrome OS tablets; chooses to focus efforts on laptops" Neowin 6/21
"Google Hardware quits the tablet business, again: The problem-plagued Pixel Slate will not be getting a follow-up." Ars Technica 6/21
"Google Duo Is Getting Its Own Version of Facebook's Infamous Poke Feature" Thurrott 6/21
"Galaxy Note 10 release date, price and specs: Cases confirm barely-there bezels and Sound on Display/Accessories go up for pre-order ahead of August launch" The Inquirer 6/21
"Huawei Launches Three New Nova Phones" Thurrott 6/21
"Despite the US ban, Huawei is still China's most attractive employer" BGR 6/21
"Huawei's Mate X 2 concept fixes everything that the Galaxy Fold got wrong" BGR 6/21
"Huawei Sold 100 Million Smartphones This Year Through May" Thurrott 6/21
"Amazon upgrades the Fire TV Edition with Dolby Vision: The 55-inch model is available starting today ." Engadget 6/21
"Walmart uses AI cameras to spot thieves" BBC 6/21
"Rising Shift to Digital Payments and Contracts set to Drive the Blockchain in Supply Chain Market at a CAGR of 50% During the Forecast Period 2019-2024: IndustryARC" PRNewswire 6/21
"Programming Windows: Wintel (Premium)" Thurrott 3:27 PM
"Windows Terminal Shows up on the Microsoft Store" Thurrott 6/21
"Microsoft extends IT skills development program to South Australia: The Microsoft Traineeship Program, already launched in New South Wales, will expand to South Australia in September." ZDNet 6/21
"19H2gate (Premium): Microsoft's inability to communicate effectively is embarrassing. But it's also a disservice to its customers. And it needs to be fixed." Thurrott 6/21
"User concept re-imagines File Explorer with Fluent Design" Neowin 6/21
"Microsoft is working on visual updates to its To-Do List app" OnMSFT 6/21
"Report: US Carried Out Cyber Attacks on Iranian Assets Tied to Revolutionary Guard Corps" Gizmodo 2:08 PM
"British regulator asks Facebook, eBay to tackle sale of fake reviews" Reuters 6/21
"German mconomy minister : It's up to Huawei to show it meets our security requirements" Reuters 6/21
"Money-laundering watchdog to clamp down on cryptocurrencies" Reuters 6/21
"White House rewrites AI research strategy to prioritize public-private partnerships" GeekWire 6/21
"UK gov unveils standard to make surveillance kit 'secure by design': Scheme aims to combat Mirai-like attacks" The Inquirer 6/21
"Lenovo ThinkPad E490 review: The bare minimum for a ThinkPad" Neowin 11:16 AM
"Lenovo ThinkPad T490s unboxing and first impressions" Neowin 9:24 AM
"Why is the PlayStation Classic so unpopular? Readers tell us why they liked it even less than we did." Engadget 6/21
"Lenovo ThinkPad X390 review: Solid, compact and travel-ready" ZDNet 6/21
"PayPal COO Bill Ready to depart at end of 2019" TechCrunch 6/21
"The VCs behind Libra, Facebook's new cryptocurrency" TechCrunch 6/21
"Stocks close lower on the day but Dow still logs best June since 1938: Quadruple witching day on Wall Street" MarketWatch 6/21
"Dow Ends Lower; Stocks Cap Record Week With Down Day: Stocks ended lower Friday but held onto most of the week's gains after President Trump aborted a planned airstrike on Iranian military installations." TheStreet 6/21
"Stocks close down but still notch weekly gains" FOXBusiness 6/21
"Stocks Round Out a Winning Week: Dow briefly tops prior all-time close, then falls back some; stocks pause their rally Friday to end a strong week" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 6/21
"Asian stocks retreat, led by Nikkei after weak Japan manufacturing data: Nikkei dips while stocks gain in mainland China" MarketWatch 6/21
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"YouPorn's New App Is Like TikTok for Adult Videos"
"Election War Games: How I Tried to Undermine Democracy"
"Malicious iOS Apps Can Quietly Steal Data From the Clipboard"
"Deal Alert: Amazon Fire TV Stick Drops to $25"
"The Best Translation Apps for iPhone"
"Samsung Starts Mass Producing 16GB Memory Modules for Phones"
"Mozilla Just Made Firefox More Private and Secure for US Users"
"Report: First ARM Mac Launches in 2021"
"Amazon Opens Larger Go Grocery Store in Seattle"
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"Apple, J&J to study if Apple Watch app leads to lower stroke risk"
"Assange tried to call White House, Hillary Clinton over data dump, his lawyer says"
"UK's financial watchdog flags data breach on website"
"Amazon expands physical footprint with bigger cashier-less grocery shop"
"Deere taps tractor-hailing tech in bid to break ground in Africa"
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"CIO strategy: Become a transformational chief information officer"
"Best wireless noise-canceling headsets for business in 2020: Plantronics, Jabra, Logitech, and more"
"Jabil cuts outlook as coronavirus curbs manufacturing for tech giants, 5G ecosystem"
"How to get rid of bloatware and clean your Windows 10 Start menu (without crapware cleanup tools)"
"GitHub's transparency report: How and when it removes or block content"
"Seven hackers have now made a million dollars each from bug bounties, says HackerOne"
"APAC shoppers still buy in-store, but more seek hybrid commerce"
"You're using your favorite iPhone and iPad apps all wrong"