"Microsoft once called Linux 'a cancer,' and that was a big mistake: Microsoft's hostility to Linux has softened dramatically in recent years, but the scars from the war against Linux are still visible today" ZDNet 7:51 AM
"Microsoft's new-look web Outlook takes on Gmail: Dark mode plus these new features/Microsoft Outlook on the web plays catch-up with Gmail with a new look and new features rolling out soon." ZDNet 7:51 AM
"Windows 10 can now show you notifications as they hit your Android phone" BGR 7:19 AM
"Windows 10 20H1 Preview Brings Eye Tracking Control And Your Phone Updates For Android" HotHardware 6:01 PM
"Microsoft is blocking the latest Windows 10 for older Mac devices: Back in block" The Inquirer 7:28 AM
"Seriously? Cisco put Huawei X.509 certificates and keys into its own switches: How did cryptographic certificates and keys issued to Huawei end up in Cisco gear?" ZDNet 7:40 AM
"Intel selects ST time-of-flight sensor for PC security" ee news analog 7:49 AM
"Steam survey shows Intel clawing back CPU market share from AMD: But Nvidia keeps Team Red at bay with its GeForce GPUs" The Inquirer 3:08 PM
"AMD Ryzen 9 3900X Edges Out Core i9, Puts Intel To Shame In Benchmarks" Business Times 7:49 AM
"7-Eleven Japanese customers lose $500,000 due to mobile app flaw: Hackers exploit 7-Eleven's poorly designed password reset function to make unwanted charges on 900 customers' accounts." ZDNet 9:26 PM
"Jeff Bezos filed the paperwork to create the retailing giant Amazon 25 years ago." BBC 7:42 PM
"Stranger Things 3 is now available on Netflix" TechCrunch 7:21 AM
"Google Chrome to block heavy ads that use too many system resources: Chrome to unload ad iframes that use too much bandwidth and CPU." ZDNet 8:53 AM
"The cassette player finally goes Bluetooth" TechCrunch 8:27 AM
"France is luring game devs who don't fancy their post-Brexit chances: Yo, où se cachent mes lapins?" The Inquirer 7:44 AM
"Kia made a tiny Faraday cage to protect your wireless key from thieves: It's a stopgap until more secure systems arrive." Engadget 7:28 AM
"YouTube bans 'instructional hacking and phishing' videos" 9to5Google 7/3
"Facebook's services are experiencing problems with media files" Neowin 7/3
"Facebook celebrates Independence Day by lighting up American outage maps" The Register 7/3
"Amazon confirms it keeps your Alexa recordings basically forever" Ars Technica 7/3
"Voice assistant offers remedy for physician burnout: Saykara's digital assistant is aimed at freeing doctors from time-consuming EHR data entry and improving their interactions with patients." Computerworld 7/3
"Google's Fuchsia OS Flutters into view: We're just trying out some new concepts, claims exec" The Register 7/3
"Google resurrects Lion of Mosul statue with 3D printing following ISIS destruction: Google has announced a new collaboration with the UK's Imperial War Museums (IWM) and Historic England, starting with the recreation of a historic statue lost to ISIS." ZDNet 7/3
"Google Cloud trips up on 'physical damage' to network fiber - but it's not an outage" ZDNet 7/3
"This hacking gang just switched its malware attacks to a new target" ZDNet 7/3
"Android creator Andy Rubin accused of running a 'sex ring'" The Next Web 7/3
"Android founder accused of running 'sex ring' by ex-wife" Telegraph 7/3
"Android Q(&A): Android Engineers take us on a deep dive of Android Q/Ars interviews Android Engineers Dave Burke, Iliyan Malchev, and Anwar Ghuloum." Ars Technica 7/3
"Is the Samsung Galaxy Book 2 Microsoft's biggest Surface Pro rival?" Engadget 10:11 AM
"Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2: Everything you need to know/Microsoft has finally unveiled the new Xbox Elite Controller for 2019, but will it be worth the steep price? Here's everything we know so far." Windows Central 11:18 AM
"EU nations vote against a wifi-based car standard: EU official" Reuters 7:40 AM
"Samsung in hot water with Aussie watchdog over 'deceptive' Galaxy ads: Sea what we did there?" The Inquirer 7:28 AM
"China cracks down on podcasts and audio apps: The recent cleanup on audio information follows China's serial crackdown on online text information, video, and games that commenced last year." ZDNet 7:27 AM
"Hacker who launched DDoS attacks on Sony, EA, and Steam gets 27 months in prison: Six years later, DerpTrolling, the hacker who started all the Christmas DDoS attacks, gets prison time." ZDNet 7:21 AM
"French parliament taskforce agrees on controls for 5G roll-out" Reuters 7/3
"Amazon can be held liable for third-party seller products: U.S. appeals court" Reuters 7/3
"Facebook, privacy activist Schrems face off in July 9 court hearing" Reuters 7/3
"Serco to pay $24 million fine over electronic tagging scandal" Reuters 7/3
"A conservative audit of Facebook's speech policies is running behind schedule" The Verge 7/3
"Engineer faces 219 years in prison for smuggling US military chips to China: The chips have been used by DARPA and the US Air Force." ZDNet 7/3
"Trump's Stance on Huawei Leaves Everyone Confused" Market Realist 7/3
"Huawei Still Blacklisted, U.S. Official Tells Enforcement Staff" Forbes 7/3
"U.S. government staff told to treat Huawei as blacklisted" Reuters 7/3
"S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq close at record high levels in short session ahead of July Fourth holiday: Tesla shares surge on deliveries; Symantec soar on Broadcom buyout talk" MarketWatch 7/3
"Dow Jones, S&P 500, Nasdaq Close at Record Highs Ahead of Fourth of July Holiday: The Dow Jones Industrial Average, Nasdaq, and S&P 500 closed at record highs Wednesday in a holiday-shortened session ahead of the July Fourth holiday." TheStreet 7/3
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"Slack's desktop client gets major performance improvements after codebase rewrite"
"Equifax, regulators sign $700m deal to settle data breach lawsuits"
"SAP data and analytics: in with the new, don't squander the old"
"Visa: Payment industry will soon drop passwords for biometrics"
"Microsoft invests $1 billion in OpenAI, which is going all-in on Azure"
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