"Intel's Cascade-X HEDT squares off with AMD's Threadripper: Cascade Lake-X is considerably faster than Skylake-X, at half the cost." Ars Technica 6:07 AM
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"Intel And Brown University Deploy AI To Help Paralyzed Patients Regain Movement" HotHardware 3:48 PM
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"Microsoft Doesn't Think Windows Is Important Anymore: It's all about apps and services" The Verge 11:48 AM
"Microsoft's new hardware strategy should worry Apple and Intel: Microsoft refresh of the Surface lineup, which included a new Surface Pro X and a preview of a folding smartphone and dual-screen tablet, should be of concern to other tech players, especially Apple and Intel." ZDNet 6:10 AM
"Forget foldable screens. Two-screen mobile devices are the future: At its annual Surface event, Microsoft announced a phone and tablet with two screens. It's an ambitious bet on the future of productivity." Fast Company 6:14 AM
"Another Windows 10 update is causing problems, this time with printing" BetaNews 6:43 AM
"Microsoft announces new Surface devices" bit-tech 6:17 AM
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"Microsoft Unveils Surface Laptop 3, 'The Fastest 15" Laptop You Can Buy'" We PC 6:08 AM
"Microsoft designed Windows 10X for dual-screen PCs" Hexus 6:09 AM
"Microsoft's future is built on Google's code: Google underpins Microsoft's browser and mobile OS now" The Verge 6:05 AM
"HP Inc. Unveils a Broad Restructuring Plan, With Massive Layoffs and a Huge Buyback Program" Barron's [Free/Paid Registration Required] 6:43 PM
"HP to cut up to 9,000 jobs in bid to reduce costs" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 7:07 PM
"HP Inc to cut about 7,000 to 9,000 jobs in restructuring push" Reuters 7:08 PM
"HP Inc.'s new CEO unveils plan to cut up to 9,000 jobs" Associated Press 8:20 PM
"Incoming HP CEO Announces 7,000-9,000 Layoffs As Part Of Major Restructuring" Forbes 8:20 PM
"Dell, Cisco Increase Hyper-Converged Market Share As Nutanix Slips: Hyper-converged system sales soar to $1.8 billion in the second quarter of 2019, with Dell increasing worldwide market share and Nutanix falling." CRN 6:03 AM
"Gordon Haskett: Is Activist Targeting HP?" Benzinga 6:03 AM
"IBM's Chief Privacy officer: What America needs in a national consumer privacy law" FOXBusiness 6:12 AM
"EA leaks personal data for 'FIFA 20" Global Series players: Those signing up saw email addresses, dates of birth and other details." Engadget 5:18 PM
"Box expands key software integrations as part of continued enterprise push" ZDNet 2:32 PM
"Instagram introduces Threads, a new messaging app for your close friends: Just like we told you" The Verge 11:44 AM
"Sony announces new ultra-fast A9 II camera for $4,500" The Verge 9:09 AM
"This huge Android trojan malware campaign was discovered after the gang behind it made basic security mistakes: Cyber attackers infected 800,000 users with banking information stealing malware — but mistakes have allowed researchers to look behind the scenes of a successful hacking campaign." ZDNet 6:33 AM
"Google Lens now has 'style ideas' to help you look fabulous" Android Police 6:05 AM
"Google Shopping gets product price tracking and other useful features: The company has also rolled out a 'style ideas' feature for Lens." Engadget 6:05 AM
"Google redesigns Shopping, adds style ideas powered by Lens" VentureBeat 7:14 AM
"Redesigned Google Shopping goes live, with price tracking, Google Lens for outfits and more" TechCrunch 6:05 AM
"Google commits $10 million to support low-income and minority entrepreneurs" VentureBeat 6:48 AM
"Pixel 4 XL release date, price and specs: Leaked video shows Motion Sense in action/'Official' clips leave nothing to the imagination" The Inquirer 6:20 AM
"Here's why Microsoft wanted a custom chip for the Surface Pro X's brains: Microsoft bets its SQ1 tweak to Qualcomm's 8cx processor will speed up Windows on Arm and attract crucial software developers." CNET 7:48 AM
"Microsoft Surface Pro X hands-on review: Slim, svelt, and ARM-ed" The Inquirer 6:21 AM
"Surface Laptop 2 review: Is there more to the Surface Laptop 2 than a lick of black paint? Find out in our full review." Tech Advisor 6:09 AM
"Surface Laptop 3 Connectivity Options Finally Reveal USB-C Port, but Thunderbolt 3 Support Not Confirmed" WCCFTech 6:16 AM
"Preorders for the Surface Pro 7, Laptop 3, and Pro X now open" Neowin 6:16 AM
"Surface Laptop very repairable, but there is a catch" MSPoweruser 6:17 AM
"FCC approves wireless charging tech for IoT devices, Walmart to adopt it" Computerworld 4:59 PM
"How this week's net neutrality ruling can move the fight for an open internet forward" The Verge 4:13 PM
"Senator accuses Amazon of evading questions over labor practices" The Verge 3:17 PM
"U.S., UK to sign deal to get data faster from tech firms in security cases" Reuters 3:09 PM
"TikTok explains its ban on political advertising" TechCrunch 2:18 PM
"FBI urges hacked orgs to ignore attackers' ransomware demands: Paying up only encourages them, it claims" The Inquirer 9:51 AM
"£3bn Google sueball over Safari Workaround bounces through UK Court of Appeal: Warning shot at big tech firms, says one-time Which? director" The Register 6:44 AM
"If You Owned a Galaxy S4, Samsung Owes You $10: A class-action lawsuit over cheating in benchmarks has finally been settled and Samsung must compensation the 10 million people in the US who purchased a Galaxy S4." PC Magazine 6:34 AM
"U.S. House panel wants Facebook's Zuckerberg to testify on Libra by January" Reuters 9:13 PM
"EU can force Facebook and social media platforms to remove content globally" ZDNet 9:13 PM
"E.U.'s Top Court Rules Against Facebook in Global Takedown Case: Comments posted on the social network about an Austrian politician became a battle over the reach of European defamation laws on the internet." New York Times [Free Registration Required] 6:34 AM
"Europe's top court rules that Facebook can be ordered to remove illegal content: The case highlights the complexity of enforcing rules within a borderless web." Engadget 6:20 AM
"Facebook reaches settlement with company selling fake Instagram likes: The company continues its war on spam." Engadget 6:20 AM
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"Why NBA star Steph Curry is investing in tech" VentureBeat 2:59 PM
"Teens' touchscreen typing speeds put their parents attempts to shame" Digital Trends 6:44 AM
"Jessica Blevins, the 27-year-old manager and wife of the most popular video-game player in the world, reveals the inside story of Ninja's move to Microsoft's Mixer" Business Insider 6:42 AM
"Stocks close higher as investors bet Fed will lower interest rates again with economy slowing: Dow still up 12% year to date despite weak start to quarter" MarketWatch 4:21 PM
"Stocks Finish Down Sharply as Wall Street Gets Recession Jitters: Stocks finish down sharply again on Wednesday on a slump in U.S. manufacturing, recession fears, and a disappointing hiring report." TheStreet 4:21 PM
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