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TechNN Archive: Friday, July 5, 2019
"Microsoft filed a patent for dual-screen dawn simulation" ZDNet 8:46 AM
"IBM Garage Aims To Steer The Drive To Cognitive Business" Forbes 8:29 AM
"IBM's Hypertaste is an artificial tongue that can classify liquids" VentureBeat 10:54 AM
"IBM helps Wimbledon serve up winning artificial intelligence every year — we find out what aces are up its sleeve for 2019" Metro UK 8:47 AM
"Pilot study of IBM on using AI, weather tech in agricultureThe Centre has linked a pact with IBM India for undertaking a pilot study" PTI 8:47 AM
"Brexit? HP Inc laughs in the face of Brexit! Hard or soft, PC maker claims it's 'no significant risk'" The Register 8:25 AM
"HP acquires workflow partner OneFlow" PrintWeek 8:42 AM
"HP launches a range of laser tank printers for Small and Medium Businesses" Business Today 8:42 AM
"Dell, Acer open flagship stores in Taiwan" DigiTimes 8:23 AM
"How Dell Technologies is keeping up with the data deluge and championing data protection" Gigabit Magazine 8:41 AM
"Inside Ice Lake's 10nm fab: where Intel tricks sand into thinking" PCGamesN 8:44 AM
"AMD beats Intel's i9 processors in the latest benchmark tests" MSPoweruser 8:44 AM
"AMD cuts Radeon 5700 GPU prices just two days before their release" The Verge 5:09 PM
"AMD May Have A Nasty Surprise For Nvidia With Last-Minute Radeon RX 5700 Price Drops" Forbes 8:29 AM
"AMD fires back at 'Super' NVIDIA with Radeon RX 5700 price cuts" Engadget 6:35 PM
"AMD Ryzen 7 And Ryzen 5 CPU Hot Deals Explode As 7nm Zen 2 Refresh Approaches" HotHardware 3:49 PM
"Oracle to Build a New Cloud Data Center in Korea" Business Korea 8:37 AM
"Cisco delivers Patch Tuesday warmup with bundle of 18 bug fixes" The Register 2:21 PM
"Have faster and smarter phones made desktops irrelevant? PC shipments fell globally by 4.6% year-on-year in the first quarter but manufacturers say they are here to stay" The National 8:41 AM
"Nintendo president: 'we must keep up' with cloud gaming tech/Mario's maker is keeping an eye on streaming games" The Verge 8:51 PM
"OnePlus One Smartphone Allegedly Catches Fire While Turned Off And Unplugged" HotHardware 3:49 PM
"Internet group brands Mozilla 'internet villain' for supporting DNS privacy feature" TechCrunch 10:54 AM
"The Biggest Cybersecurity Crises of 2019 So Far" Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:25 AM
"10+ million Android users installed a fake Samsung update app" The Next Web 8:24 AM
"Google suspends New Zealand 'trending' emails after suspect's name released" Reuters 7:35 AM
"Mozilla: Want ad-free news on Firefox? That'll cost you $5 a month" ZDNet 7:35 AM
"Tor Project to fix bug used for DDoS attacks on Onion sites for years" ZDNet 7:35 AM
"Microsoft wants to join private Linux security developer board" Windows Central 8:25 PM
"Developers believe Xbox Game Pass is 'fair,' still needs to take popularity into account" Windows Central 8:25 PM
"Microsoft and Sony consider reduced console production in China due to tariffs" Digital Trends 6:56 PM
"How to change a Windows 10 PC network name" AddictiveTips 6:35 PM
"Microsoft is teasing Windows 1.0 — yes, from 1985 — for a mystery Stranger Things tie-in" The Verge 2:47 PM
"Why Microsoft Has Never Been Part of the Supernova Universe" Motley Fool 12:26 PM
"Microsoft drops Andromeda references in Windows 10, adds Santorini in its place" MSPoweruser 8:47 AM
"Microsoft is still working on a next-gen alternative to Xbox Project Scarlett, new report suggests" GamesRadar 8:47 AM
"Microsoft Outlook for Web Redesign to Start Rolling Out in July" Gadgets 360 8:47 AM
"Exclusive: U.S. panel okays SoftBank's $2.25 billion investment in GM-linked self-driving firm" Reuters 8:10 PM
"'Prospective Threat' of Chinese Spying Justifies Huawei Ban, U.S. Says" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 3:38 PM
"Croatian government targeted by mysterious hackers" ZDNet 10:43 AM
"UK watchdog singles out Google, Facebook in advertising probe" ZDNet 8:22 AM
"UK competition regulator puts brake on Amazon's Deliveroo investment" Reuters 7:35 AM
"HP Spectre and Envy x360 laptops get big discounts this 4th of July weekend" Digital Trends 8:57 PM
"Do I need to take an electric drill to a hard drive to truly erase the data?" Seattle Times 8:51 PM
"Alphabet Scoop 061: Android Q leak / Pixel 4, Google Camera, and Pixelbook 2 rumors" 9to5Google 4:37 PM
"OnePlus 7 review: Not 'Pro' but definitely not amateur [Video] 9to5Google 3:12 PM
"Self-destructing ebooks reveal a dark digital truth" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 12:25 PM
"Tim Wu Explains Why He Thinks Facebook Should Be Broken Up" Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:25 AM
"The Phone Diet: How I cut back on my favorite technology — and why it made a big difference" GeekWire 8:25 AM
"Google Home: How to assign nicknames and never forget a birthday" CNET 8:23 AM
"Stop doing stupid stuff with your smartphone! Just don't take your smartphone into pools or the ocean, no matter what the ads show." ZDNet 8:22 AM
"The Sennheiser GSP670 Wireless Gaming Headset Review: Cutting The Cord" AnandTech 7:49 AM
"How much RAM does your Windows 10 PC need? (2019 edition)" ZDNet 7:35 AM
"Waresix hauls in $14.5M to advance its push to digitize logistics in Indonesia" TechCrunch 8:09 AM
"Stocks end slightly lower after strong jobs report puts Fed rate cuts in question: U.S. economy created 224,000 new jobs in June" MarketWatch 3:58 PM
"US stocks curb losses as investors weigh jobs report, future Fed cut" FOXBusiness 3:57 PM
"Stocks Edge Lower as Jobs Report Clouds Expectations of a Rate Cut: Report eases fears of a hiring slowdown" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 3:57 PM
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"Netflix, Google Talk Continuous Delivery at DevOps World"
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"Soap, Detergent and Even Laxatives Could Turbocharge a Battery Alternative"
"How a Conservative News Site Thrived on Facebook and Google"
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"Google Pulls YouTube Channels For Hong Kong Protest Misinformation"
"Nigerian Scammers Pull in Millions With Fake Emails, Romance Scams"
"Google Tries to Preserve Privacy, Without Killing Online Ad Business"
"Everything Leaving Netflix in September"
"OtterBox Wireless Batteries Stack Like Pancakes"
"Pump Up the Jams With Bose's Voice-Activated Portable Speaker"
"Report: EU Commission to Clamp Down on Facial Recognition"
"35 Google Drive Tips You Can't Afford to Miss"
"iPhone 11 Rumor Roundup: What You Need to Know"
"Top-Rated Echo Show 5 Smart Display On Sale For $65" ...
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"VMware to pay $5 billion for firms offering cloud security, developers platform"
"Salesforce sees higher quarterly, FY revenue; shares rise 7%"
"U.S. state legal chiefs, telecom firms set to crack down on robocalls"
"HP CEO steps down, taps veteran insider; flags quarterly profit below Street view"
"China blames Canada for difficulties in relationship, demands Huawei executive be freed"
"Pompeo tells Trudeau U.S. focused on release of two Canadians in China"
"Amazon to acquire minority stake in an Indian supermarket chain operator"
"Freenet says open to talks after its criticism of Sunrise/UPC deal"
"Claims data points to high-end electric car risks: AXA"
"Volkswagen not interested in buying Tesla stake"
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"What Amazon Web Services security certification is doing for government"
"Huawei sheds 100 Australian jobs in the face of 5G ban"
"Allscripts offers Apple Health Records to its clients and their patients"
"Apple closer to using BOE displays for iPhones to cut costs: Report"
"Microsoft hires open-source veteran Stormy Peters to run its Open Source Programs Office"
"Employees connect nuclear plant to the internet so they can mine cryptocurrency"
"Intuit delivers solid Q4, cuts Q1 earnings outlook, finishes with 4.5 million QuickBooks Online subscribers"
"VMware goes shopping with $2.7B Pivotal purchase, $2.1B Carbon Black acquisition"