"Microsoft Says It's Not Moving Its Hardware Production From China" Thurrott 7:41 AM
"Microsoft's Azure Data Box Heavy solution is now generally available" Neowin 7:33 AM
"Microsoft is sneaking adverts for its products into Android apps: In context menus, no-one can hear you seethe" The Inquirer 7:34 AM
"Microsoft set to join private Linux security mailing list" Neowin 7:33 AM
"Microsoft sounds the alarms over hard-to-detect Astaroth malware: Fileless attack uses 'living off the land techniques' to spread" The Inquirer 7:34 AM
"Coles partners with Microsoft to transform its business for the future: Under the partnership, Coles is building an enterprise data platform in Azure to bolster its analytics capabilities and enable the use of artificial intelligence to drive innovation through its supply chain and physical stores." ZDNet 8:04 AM
"Amazon's bid for $10B Pentagon cloud deal faces friction as it battles with Microsoft" GeekWire 2:09 PM
"Intel takes the chiplet concept to the next level with co-EMIB, ODI connections" PCWorld 7:33 PM
"The AMD X570 Motherboard Overview: Over 35+ Motherboards Analyzed" AnandTech 7:56 AM
"IBM's Biggest Purchase Ever Has High Stakes for Rometty: Big Blue closes its $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat as it looks to grow its cloud-computing business" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 7:59 AM
"IBM closes its $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat" CNBC 8:00 AM
"IBM closes $34 billion Red Hat acquisition: Now it's time to deliver/Red Hat is now part of IBM and the two companies made sure customers, developers and partners all knew about the commitment to open source, developer programs and multi-cloud deployments." ZDNet 9:09 AM
"IBM Bets $34 Billion That It Can Catch Up to Amazon and Microsoft" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 2:09 PM
"IBM's $34 billion Red Hat purchase just closed, and its cloud boss says it gives Big Blue an advantage in the 'trillion dollar' hybrid cloud market" [BI Prime] Business Insider 12:23 PM
"Where do IBM and Red Hat go from here?" ZDNet 4:21 PM
"Programming Windows: Microsoft OS/2 (Premium)" Thurrott 4:21 PM
"Microsoft's Windows 1.11 app is the perfect tie-in for 'Stranger Things 3'" BGR 7:27 AM
"Microsoft's Latest Surface Collaboration Comes With Some Really Pretty Skins" Thurrott 7:50 AM
"Microsoft's prototype Xbox controllers for phones look ideal for xCloud" The Verge 12:23 PM
"Microsoft Research has prototyped Xbox controllers for phones and tablets (Update): With Microsoft looking to bring 'console quality' streaming to mobile devices, how will the company achieve that when touch controls are still pretty bad?" Windows Central 8:05 AM
"Internet Games on Windows XP, ME, and 7 to lose support over the next six months: Many classic Internet Games will stop working as soon as July 31, 2019." Windows Central 8:05 AM
"Microsoft is retiring these 6 classic Windows XP, ME, and 7 video games soon OnMSFT.com" OnMSFT 8:05 AM
"Here's all the big changes coming in Xbox One's July update" TrustedReviews 8:05 AM
"Xbox Game Pass now lets you add titles to a 'play later' list: Alexa voice control is now also available to players in more countries." Engadget 9:16 AM
"Net neutrality was repealed a year ago. What's happened since? Three things the FCC's done since net neutrality was repealed" The Verge 5:05 PM
"Wanna sue us for selling your location? Think again: You should read your contract's fine print, says T-Mobile US/Under-fire carrier insists on forcing privacy-trashed punters into out-of-court arbitration" The Register 4:37 PM
"T-Mobile says it can't be sued by users because of forced-arbitration clause" Ars Technica 1:58 PM
"Appeals Court Confirms That Trump Can't Block Critics on Twitter" Slate 2:08 PM
"U.S. to provide licenses for sales to Huawei if national security protected" Reuters 11:56 AM
"Marriott faces $123 million GDPR fine in the UK for last year's data breach: The intent to fine Marriott comes a day after the ICO announced a $230 million GDPR fine against British Airways." ZDNet 9:17 AM
"FCC chief Ajit Pai: Let's ban caller ID spoofing in SMS and foreign robocalls/FCC could gain new enforcement powers to go after foreign call centers caught spoofing US numbers." ZDNet 7:46 AM
"5G and Huawei: Mobile networks race ahead as government delays/While the race for Number 10 continues, the UK's mobile networks are gambling that the new Prime Minister will let them use Huawei equipment in their 5G networks." ZDNet 7:33 AM
"How to fix a corrupted home partition on Linux" AddictiveTips 12:27 PM
"Should You Buy a Dedicated MP3 Player? Yes, there are still portable music players in 2019, and we don't just mean the iPod touch. The question is whether you need one, and if so, which is the best MP3 player to buy?" PC Magazine 11:56 AM
"Sound Blaster AE-9 Review: Pristine High Def PC Gaming Audio" HotHardware 10:53 AM
"Dell G5 15 review: A slim gaming laptop that won't break you" CNET 7:56 AM
"Dell Latitude 7400 2-in-1 review: A nearly perfect combination of power and battery life/18 hours of battery life inside a compact, 2-in-1 PC powered by a leading-edge Whiskey Lake CPU? Boom." PCWorld 7:56 AM
"Stocks end mostly higher as investors await more clarity on Fed rate-cut plans: Powell set to testify before lawmakers beginning Wednesday" MarketWatch 4:16 PM
"Stocks End Mixed Ahead of Testimony From Fed's Powell Wednesday: Stocks came back late in the session Tuesday, and ended mixed as investors looked ahead to Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's upcoming testimony before Congress." TheStreet 4:16 PM
"Cloud computing: SaaS, IaaS or PaaS - which is growing fastest?"
"Intel warning: Critical flaw in BMC firmware affects a ton of server products"
"Apple unveils new 16-inch MacBook Pro"
"Malware attacks on hospitals are rising fast, and the problem is about to get a lot worse"
"Google's plan to collect health data on millions of Americans faces federal inquiry"
"Apple's Macs are better than PCs, says IBM? Well, of course"
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