"Intel to Offer 8-Core Xeon NUC: Intel's tiny desktop PC solution is getting bigger to accomodate graphics cards, but also to help cool a Xeon E or Core i7 vPro chip." PC Magazine 6:58 AM
"Intel Invests $6.5M in Enterprise Linux Security Startup Capsule8" ITPro Today 1:51 PM
"AMD CEO Lisa Su discusses her company's resurgence" Axios 9:55 AM
"For AMD Stock, the Dr. Lisa Su Departure Rumor Carries Weight" InvestorPlace 9:55 AM
"A detailed look at AMD's new Epyc 'Rome' 7nm server CPUs: Epyc 'Rome' continues its little sibling the Ryzen 3000's mad dash forward." Ars Technica 2:37 PM
"AMD's EPYC 2 Starts Epic Battle With Intel" Zacks 9:55 AM
"At the AMD Epyc 2 launch, I saw the future of the PC: The Epyc/Ryzen-powered Microsoft Virtual PC solution demo was the first time I saw the Microsoft Virtual PC functioning – and it was awesome. Cloud-based virtual PC instances are the future of the PC, and apparently, it's coming faster than most of us think." Computerworld 8:39 AM
"AMD Gains Google's Data Center Business in Another Blow to Intel: All the data center operations for major public companies now use AMD's chips alongside Intel's." Motley Fool 8:38 AM
"AMD's EPYC 2 Starts Epic Battle With Intel" Zacks 8:47 AM
"AMD to enjoy rising share in server market with new generation EPYC platform" DigiTimes [Subscription Required for Full Article] 7:42 AM
"AMD launches second-generation EPYC platform" DigiTimes 7:42 AM
"AMD Stock Rose Due to Earnings and EPYC Processor Boost" Market Realist 7:50 AM
"The bar for Nvidia's data-center sales may not be low enough: Impressive growth slows considerably at chip maker's second-largest business" MarketWatch 8:06 AM
"Foxconn Forces Students to Work Overtime to Build Amazon Devices" PC Magazine 3:56 PM
"One of Google's biggest advertisers is pulling spending on the ad giant even as it quietly hired a Google exec to market one of its biggest brands" [BI Prime] Business Insider 2:36 PM
"Dropbox plummets after reporting disappointing user growth" Business Insider 1:46 PM
"YouTube lets biggest stars off the hook for breaking rules, moderators say: Moderators say YouTube overrode them when high-profile creators went too far." Ars Technica 12:27 PM
"Robocall blocking apps caught sending your private data without permission" TechCrunch 10:37 AM
"New Saefko Trojan focuses on stealing your credit card details, crypto wallets: The multi-tool malware is being sold on the Dark Web." ZDNet 8:28 AM
"Walmart, ESPN pull violent game marketing following shootings" Ars Technica 9:55 AM
"ESPN Delays Broadcast of Video Game Tournament After Mass Shootings" Time 8:15 AM
"New DoS attack exploits algorithms to knock sites offline: The attack sends junk data to algorithms for processing." Engadget 7:54 AM
"Group dating app found leaking basically everything about its users worldwide" The Verge 7:50 AM
"Alexa, can you tell me how many Chinese kids were forced into working nights to build this unit? Your wondrous Amazon smart speaker may be tainted with the paw prints of child labour" The Register 7:44 AM
"Here's why the internet is obsessed with 'number neighbors,' a viral trend where people text phone numbers one digit away from their own" Business Insider 7:43 AM
"Astronauts playing video games could save lives in space: Simulation technology to teach complex procedures is one of the fastest growing (and least covered) tech trends." ZDNet 6:57 AM
"How Huawei Is Trying to Trade War-Proof Its Software" Bloomberg [Free/Paid Registration Required] 7:00 AM
"Huawei Unveils Harmony, Its Answer to Android, in Survival Bid" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 6:58 AM
"Dow ends Friday trade lower but indexes chipped away at ugly skid that kicked off a wild week: Trump not ready for trade deal with China" MarketWatch 3:58 PM
"Stocks Finish Down in Volatile Session Over Trump's China Stance: Stocks finished down in a wild session as President Trump said the U.S. would cut ties with China's Huawei Technologies until the two countries reach a trade deal." TheStreet 3:57 PM
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