"Intel admits it's losing CPU market share to AMD: But it's psyching itself up for a comeback" The Inquirer 7:28 AM
"Intel to crater pricing on Cascade Lake-X parts: Performance per dollar divided by dollars is....?" SemiAccurate 7:43 AM
"Are Intel Apollo Lake processors already dying?" TechRadar UK 7:43 AM
"Check out Intel's upcoming Chaco Canyon, a fanless 6W NUC: For those who want a tiny, silent PC" TechSpot 7:45 AM
"AMD Ryzen 9 3900X Review: AMD's new processor is seriously powerful and beats the equivalent Intel CPU in a number of areas — but can it surpass the i9-9900K when it comes to gaming?" TrustedReviews 7:42 AM
"AMD 3rd Gen Threadripper TRX4, WRX8 Leak Hints At 8-Channel Memory, 128 PCIe 4 Lanes" HotHardware 4:49 PM
"AMD Ryzen 9 3950X 16-Core CPU Tipped For A September 30 Release" HotHardware 4:49 PM
"AMD BIOS Update Uncorks Ryzen 3000 Zen 2 CPUs Enabling Max Turbo Clocks" HotHardware 4:49 PM
"Microsoft could launch a new Surface Go with Intel Core m3 CPU" MSPoweruser 7:43 AM
"Windows on Arm keeps low profile at IFA as Intel takes swipe at platform's compatibility problems: Still, Chipzilla's almost everywhere when it comes to Microsoft devices" The Register 7:47 AM
"Microsoft Surface Book 3 Will Beat New Apple MacBook Pro With Three Important Features" Forbes 7:47 AM
"Microsoft: Office 365 gets automated response to phishing, nasty links, malware/Enterprise Office 365 customers can now try Microsoft's automated incident response to thwart email attacks." ZDNet 7:38 AM
"HPE launches ML Ops container software service: The ML Ops service is meant to extend the capabilities of BlueData's EPIC software platform, which allows enterprises to create Hadoop and Spark clusters in virtual environments." ZDNet 7:37 AM
"IBM Now Holds 6 of 11 Seats on Hyperledger Blockchain Steering Board" coindesk 7:44 AM
"Integrated 5G Chips Unveiled by Samsung, Huawei and Qualcomm" EE Times Asia 7:24 AM
"Firefox Test Pilot Program Kicks Off With Beta VPN Service" HotHardware 4:50 PM
"Mozilla's Firefox Test Pilot Program relaunches with a 'Private Network' extension: Try out the Private Network extension for free during the beta period." Engadget 8:02 AM
"Java finally goes all in on open source with the Jakarta EE 8 release: The Eclipse Foundation has announced the release of the Jakarta EE 8, the first truly open-source, vendor-neutral version of Java Enterprise Edition." ZDNet 3:47 PM
"Samsung: Galaxy Fold has 'hundreds of apps', including these top Android choices/Many of the most popular Android apps have been optimized for Samsung's Galaxy Fold." ZDNet 10:10 AM
"Polaroid Originals will launch a photo printer that takes a photo of a photo on your phone: No Bluetooth allowed" The Verge 8:03 AM
"Amazon launches a scaled-down Prime service in Brazil: It will give subscribers access to Amazon's Prime Video, music and other entertainment offerings, though." Engadget 8:02 AM
"Google announces alpha of Cloud Dataproc for Kubernetes: Google Cloud moves Spark as a service into the container and Kubernetes age, ditching virtual machine-based Hadoop clusters. Other non-Spark open source analytics engines will be supported in the future." ZDNet 1:08 PM
"Google Docs for G Suite customers to display word count in real-time" Neowin 7:33 AM
"Google Docs now displays the word count as you type: Finally." Engadget 7:28 AM
"Google teases new Play Pass subscription service" Neowin 7:33 AM
"Google's 'Play Pass' for Android is coming soon: It hasn't revealed more details about the service yet, though." Engadget 7:28 AM
"Google Stadia will provide free game and service trials post-launch" Neowin 7:32 AM
"LG plugs NVIDIA G-Sync into its 2019 OLED TVs: Big screen PC gaming just got even more immersive on more TVs." Engadget 7:28 AM
"LG's 2019 OLED TVs to incorporate Nvidia G-SYNC support" Neowin 7:33 AM
"Adobe rolls out Photoshop inspired analytics toolset in Experience Cloud: The Customer Journey Analytics toolset is designed to let businesses layer disconnected data together to get new insights into customer behavior." ZDNet 7:38 AM
"Adobe reimagines customer journey as layers of data in a Photoshop image" VentureBeat 7:32 AM
"Nintendo wins court case to block Switch piracy websites in the UK: British internet providers are required to deny access." Engadget 10:14 AM
"Musicians call for facial recognition ban at gigs" BBC 9:14 AM
"Swiss-based Libra will have to meet tough U.S. standards: U.S. Treasury" Reuters 7:57 AM
"Most of the US is going after Google's market dominance in court: It could lead to the Big G becoming lots of little Gs" The Inquirer 7:37 AM
"Huawei drops lawsuit over equipment seized by the U.S. government" TechCrunch 7:31 AM
"Huawei drops lawsuit against US gov over seized telco gear: Chinese firm lauds move as a 'de facto victory'" The Inquirer 7:27 AM
"Huawei drops lawsuit against US after having its telco equipment returned: The telco equipment was detained for two years." ZDNet 7:33 AM
"Australian government's data sharing principles far from agreed upon: Getting your consent before sharing your personal data between agencies is still 'an area of debate', so why is the government planning to go ahead without consent?" ZDNet 7:33 AM
"Dow notches fifth straight gain as investors eye potential change in leadership" MarketWatch 4:54 PM
"Dow Finishes Up, Stocks Mixed as Apple Unveils iPhone 11 and Apple+ TV: Stocks finished mixed Tuesday with tech stocks leading decliners as Apple unveiled its iPhone 11 and announced that its Apple TV+ streaming service will $4.99 per month." TheStreet 4:54 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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