"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
"Google Cloud rolls out platform for network visibility and management"
"Mirantis acquires Docker Enterprise"
"Microsoft CTO Kevin Scott takes over from Harry Shum as head of AI and Research"
"Brave browser reaches v1.0, its first stable version"
"An Apple store customer came home. Then she realized what the Genius had done"
"Facebook apps developers gained access to users data despite restrictions"
"Linux vs. Zombieland v2: The security battle continues"
"Elon Musk picks Germany for new Telsa Gigafactory, says Brexit made UK 'too risky'"
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