"No, AMD Radeon RX 5700 Reference Graphics Card Are Not Going End Of Life" HotHardware 7:07 PM
"AMD Ryzen 5 3600X Versus Intel Core i5-9600K: What's The Best 6-Core Processor?" Forbes 7:17 AM
"How game user interfaces can inspire better tech products" VentureBeat 10:52 AM
"Here's what will happen to the tech industry in a recession" CNBC 9:42 AM
"How a giant Pentagon contract became a political test" ["It initially involved four bidders: Amazon, Microsoft, IBM, and Oracle; the Pentagon winnowed the field to Amazon and Microsoft. However, 'White House officials in recent weeks have shown Trump a document that alleges a large conspiracy' to award the contract to Amazon that caught Trump's attention. The document 'is identical to one created by Oracle's top Washington lobbyist' and 'provides a visual representation of a narrative that Oracle has been pushing for months — that a web of individuals inside and outside the Defense Department were greasing the wheels.'"] The Week 8/10
"Microsoft has finally found its smartphone: Why the Samsung Galaxy partnership is so promising" GeekWire 8/10
"AMD Rumoured To Be Working on a Gen-2 Navi 'Nvidia Killer'" eTeknix 8/10
"Ninja disgusted with Twitch after pornography appears on his channel: The Fortnite pro criticizes the video streaming giant for using his offline channel to promote content across the site." CNET 7:32 PM
"Ninja calls out Twitch after his dormant channel highlights porn (updated)" Engadget 7:23 PM
"Security researchers find that DSLR cameras are vulnerable to ransomware attack: Canon has issued a security advisory and firmware patch for the vulnerability" The Verge 1:48 PM
"The android Turning Test can tell us whether a robot is effectively a person" The Next Web 12:29 PM
"Despite the looming threat of Amazon's cloud, some software companies are going all in on free software. Others are fighting back" [BI Prime] Business Insider 11:26 AM
"Samsung re-Arms Galaxy Book S laptop with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx chip: Samsung continues its fascination with Arm-based SOCs for its laptops, with the latest Snapdragon technology designed to boost performance while retaining its promise of always-on connectivity and 23 hours of battery life." ZDNet 9:23 AM
"AI researchers have a plan to pay patients for data: Pay for the data and store it in a blockchain-protected system." Ars Technica 7:35 AM
"An American teenager just won $3 million playing video games. The founder of an esports ETF told us why it might be a turning point for the exploding industry." Business Insider 7:30 AM
"Why gaming is coming to this school's curriculum" BBC 7:24 AM
"Gadgets can be hacked to produce 'dangerous' sounds, says researcher" BBC 7:24 AM
"Warning As 4G Hotspots Are Hacked, Putting Millions Of Users At Risk" Forbes 7:10 AM
"Teen Hacker Discovers Bugs In Education Software Exposing Millions Of Student Records" HotHardware 8/10
"Lenovo Smart Tabs can place Alexa video calls with latest update" Android Police 8/10
"12 former Facebook insiders who ditched the company and are now outspoken critics" Business Insider 8/10
"The Galaxy Note 10 gets rid of the Bixby Key button, finally: Accidental presses be gone!" CNET 8/10
"Facebook is replacing some of Instagram's tech to improve privacy. Here's why it will also super-size the app's money-making potential." Business Insider 8/10
"To prevent disasters like the Capital One hack from happening again, experts say Amazon Web Services could do more to protect customers from themselves" Business Insider 8/10
"Blow out your knee? Hope your surgeon's got a VR headset: VR gets much-needed validation as a surgical training tool." Ars Technica 8/10
"Google Warning: Tens Of Millions Of Android Phones Come Preloaded With Dangerous Malware" Forbes 8/10
"Sheryl Sandberg asked Facebook staff to investigate George Soros' finances: Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook Inc., told employees to investigate the financial interests of billionaire George Soros in response to his January criticism of the social media giant." Los Angeles Times [Paid Membership Required] 7:15 PM
"Navy ditches touchscreens for knobs and dials after fatal crash" TechCrunch 1:46 PM
"Russia, after protests, tells Google not to advertise 'illegal' events" Reuters 7:36 AM
"Foxconn-owned Sharp is suing Daimler over five patents in two German courts: concerted action by contributors to Avanci pool?" Foss Patents 8/10
"Ajit Pai loses another court case as judges overturn 5G deregulation" Ars Technica 8/9
"White House summons tech, social media firms after shootings" Reuters 8/9
"Amazon workers in Minnesota walk off the job over parking issues: Amazon has faced a series of walkouts and protests at Minnesota warehouses." Ars Technica 8/9
"Ring Partnerships With Police Are 'Troubling,' Home Security Lobbyists Say" Vice 8/9
"Reports say White House has drafted an order putting the FCC in charge of monitoring social media" TechCrunch 8/9
"Trump is drafting an order to regulate Facebook and Twitter for bias: 'They're treating conservatives very unfairly,' says Trump" The Verge 8/9
"The White House is drafting an executive order to take on 'conservative bias' on social media platforms" Business Insider 8/9
"Ivanka Trump's Jobs Effort Opens White House Doors for Companies" Bloomberg 8/9
"Elizabeth Warren Announces Plan to Promote Municipal Broadband Over Private Companies" Inside Sources 8/9
"The FBI wants to build a data dragnet on Facebook" The Verge 8/9
"Facebook faces legal fight over facial recognition" BBC 8/9
"Facebook might be fined billions after losing facial recognition lawsuit" The Next Web 8/9
"Trump announces that the US won't be doing business with Huawei" Business Insider 8/9
"Trump administration reportedly delays deciding whether to let US companies resume selling to Huawei" Business Insider 8/9
"5G is safe, just like 4G and 3G, says FCC: US communications regulator will maintain the same radio frequency limits as it did for 4G and 3G." ZDNet 8/9
"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 8/9
"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 8/9
"A Greater Bank experience with core banking in the cloud"
"Degrading Tor network performance only costs a few thousand dollars per month"
"Encryption has created an uncrackable puzzle for the real world"
"Hy-Vee issues warning to customers after discovering point-of-sale breach"
"Singapore to feel impact of China-US trade dispute if prolonged"
"Over 20 Texas local governments hit in 'coordinated ransomware attack'"
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