"Ryzen 5 3600 vs. Ryzen 9 3900X vs. Core i9-9900K: GPU Scaling Benchmark" TechSpot 8:00 AM
"Windows 10 Pro: More of a dead end than ever/Microsoft has made it clear that it wants companies to embrace Windows 10 Enterprise, leaving the lesser Pro version in the dust. Gartner analyst Stephen Kleynhans sees no reason that will change" Computerworld 6:22 PM
"Microsoft's 'Minecraft' is getting more realistic graphics thanks to a deal with Nvidia" CNBC 8:03 AM
"Microsoft, Nvidia team up for more realistic visuals on Minecraft game" Reuters 7:17 AM
"Nvidia jumps after announcing a partnership with Microsoft to give Minecraft a massive graphics overhaul" Business Insider 12:47 PM
"Minecraft will get ray tracing for Nvidia RTX graphics cards" The Verge 7:15 AM
"Microsoft, Nvidia team up for more realistic visuals on Minecraft game" Reuters 7:08 AM
"Minecraft Gets 'Jaw-Dropping' Ray Tracing Support" PC Magazine 7:06 AM
"Nvidia thinks you'd be crazy to buy a graphics card without ray tracing in 2019" TechRadar UK 8:00 AM
"Lenovo announces new single-socket server platforms" IT News Africa 8:00 AM
"Lenovo embraces AMD for faster server computing" Gadget 7:58 AM
"Lenovo's single-socket servers designed for the edge" IT-Online 8:00 AM
"IBM to Build, Test Neural Inference Processor Under $60M Air Force Contract" GovConWire 7:58 AM
"IBM Stock Is Only Scratching the Surface With the Red Hat Deal" InvestorPlace 3:14 PM
"Exclusive: How Alienware dared to ditch black, boxy designs for something radical" Digital Trends 11:47 AM
"Alienware's redesigned Aurora R9 brings stunning, sci-fi-inspired aesthetics" Digital Trends 11:47 AM
"Oracle notches appeals court win vs. Rimini Street, keeps $28.5 million in attorneys' fees: The neverending Oracle vs. Rimini Street court battle may be nearing the finish line after the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals maintained an injunction and affirmed an attorneys fee award to Oracle." ZDNet 11:48 AM
"Google stops sending Android cell signal data over privacy concerns: It didn't want to raise concerns among users or officials." Engadget 8:47 AM
"Exclusive: Fearing data privacy issues, Google cuts some Android phone data for wireless carriers" Reuters 7:21 AM
"The YouTubers Union is demanding change. That's nothing new for Google" CNET 7:20 AM
"Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo collaborate on AirDrop-style file transfer" The Verge 7:15 AM
"Malicious Android photography, gaming apps downloaded 8 million times from Google Play" ZDNet 7:09 AM
"Spotify's Family Plan Will Give Parents More Control Soon" PC Magazine 7:08 AM
"How Old Should Kids Be When They Get Their Own Digital Devices? PCMag polled 1,000 parents of school-age children about when they'd feel comfortable buying their kids smartphones, tablets, laptops, and smart speakers. Here's what we found." PC Magazine 7:08 AM
"Microsoft nabs former Apple Siri chief Bill Stasior: Former Apple Siri boss Bill Stasior is now working at Microsoft as Corporate Vice President of Technology, reporting to Microsoft CTO, Kevin Scott." ZDNet 4:13 PM
"Windows 10's Feedback Hub Gets Important Updates" Thurrott 1:23 PM
"Microsoft's new SMS Organizer app for Android filters out spam messages" The Verge 12:29 PM
"Microsoft is using Dynamics 365 to manage Windows Update releases" ZDNet 12:02 PM
"Installing Windows 7 from a backup? You need a BitLocker patch right away" Computerworld 11:54 AM
"Microsoft acquires jClarity, an open source Java performance tuning tool" TechCrunch 11:40 AM
"Microsoft gets some jClarity on Azure Java workloads, swallows London-based firm" The Register 11:34 AM
"Microsoft buys jClarity to boost Java on Azure: Better performance, increased Java community engagement are the goals" Infoworld 5:22 PM
"Microsoft's super useful SMS Organizer app now available in more countries" MSPoweruser 8:03 AM
"Microsoft: These Windows 10 updates fix broken Visual Basic apps but not for 1903" ZDNet 8:03 AM
"Microsoft Notepad: If it ain't broke, shove it in the Store, then break it? For the love of Windows, please leave that poor text editor alone" The Register 7:40 AM
"Windows 10 Pro: More of a dead end than ever" Computerworld 7:21 AM
"S&P 500 closes 1% higher for second straight session on global stimulus talk, trade optimism: Apple leads Dow gainers after Trump says Tim Cook made good point about tariff harm" MarketWatch 4:07 PM
"Dow Ends Up 250; Stocks Close Higher on Trade-Talk Hopes: Commerce Department grants Huawei key license to continue buying U.S. parts for three months, easing trade tensions with China." TheStreet 4:07 PM
"QUT to use AI and ML in Gold Coast future waterways project"
"Sonos CEO apologises but will not provide software updates for legacy products"
"Amazon launches Uber-like package delivery service in Australia"
"Broadcom signs two new multi-year deals to supply Apple components"
"Sydney embracing contactless transport payments with 30m journeys clocked"
"StarHub and M1 to submit joint bid for 5G licence"
"ACT Emergency Services site restored as AWS fixes Sydney region API errors"
"Atlassian tops Q2 expectations on strong subscription revenue growth"
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