"Microsoft gives its Edge browser a new icon, not just a new brain: The browser, overhauled with a new engine, also is getting a new icon." CNET 7:28 AM
"AMD's Navi 22 and Navi 23 GPUs recently spotted in Linux driver" TechRadar UK 7:45 AM
"AMD Preparing 2nd Generation Navi GPUs Based On 7nm+, Navi 21, 22 and 23 Spotted In Linux Driver Update" WCCFTech 7:45 AM
"AMD Retains Chokehold In October At Germany's Biggest Retailer: Mindfactory.de" WCCFTech 7:45 AM
"AMD CEO Lisa Su interview — 2020 will be a bigger product year for us" VentureBeat 4:39 PM
"Intel 10000 series desktop CPUs and Chipsets Specifications Leak" Guru3D 7:50 AM
"Intel Cascade Lake-X 10th Generation X-Series HEDT CPUs Reportedly Delayed, New Launch Scheduled For 25th November" WCCFTech 7:50 AM
"Intel vs AMD CPU Architectural Differences: Chips and Chiplets" TechQuila 7:46 AM
"HBKU collaborates with IBM to bridge skills gap in emerging tech" GulfTimes 7:53 AM
"HBKU Joins Hands with IBM to Allow Students to Learn New-Age Technologies" CrypdoNewZ 7:52 AM
"BlueKeep attacks are happening, but it's not a worm: Hackers are using BlueKeep to break into Windows systems and install a cryptocurrency miner." ZDNet 7:41 AM
"The Government Protects Our Food and Cars. Why Not Our Data? The United States is virtually the only developed nation without a comprehensive consumer data protection law and an independent agency to enforce it." New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 7:42 AM
"What Chip Suppliers Shared About Industry Demand This Earnings Season: Though major chip suppliers shared both good and bad news in October, on the whole the positives outweighed the negatives." RealMoney [Subscription Required for Full Article] 11/2
"Intel 10th Gen Comet Lake CPU Family Leaks With 10-Core, 20-Thread LGA-1200 Flagship" HotHardware 11/2
"Microsoft Reveals New Logo for Microsoft Edge" Thurrott 11/2
"Microsoft's new Edge logo erases bad memories of Internet Explorer: A new web browser engine should mean a fresh start, right?" Engadget 11/2
"The First BlueKeep Mass Hacking Is Finally Here—but Don't Panic: After months of warnings, the first successful attack using Microsoft's BlueKeep vulnerability has arrived—but isn't nearly as bad as it could have been." Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 11/2
"Six Nations Polytechnic and IBM Canada launch tuition-free tech program" Canadian Press 11/2
"Hollywood Park selects networking supplier Cisco" Infotechlead 11/2
"This 'father of the internet' still isn't completely sold on 5G" Fast Company 11/2
"How data science could save 6 million lives from preventable death by 2030" The Next Web 4:43 PM
"Teens Love TikTok. Silicon Valley Is Trying to Stage an Intervention." New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 4:40 PM
"Chinese Hackers Just Gave Us All A Reason To Stop Sending SMS Messages" Forbes 9:06 AM
"Camgirl sites exposed data for millions of users" Engadget 4:38 PM
"A network of 'camgirl' sites exposed millions of users and sex workers" TechCrunch 8:05 AM
"Wikipedia citations get way more legit with the addition of books" Mashable 5:37 PM
"The Internet Archive Is Making Wikipedia More Reliable: The operator of the Wayback Machine allows Wikipedia's users to check citations from books as well as the web." Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 7:42 AM
"Tech giants like Google and Amazon are beefing up their healthcare strategies. Here's how 7 tech titans plan to tackle the $3.5 trillion industry." [BI Prime] Business Insider 7:41 AM
"Huawei May Soon Have Google Back: Huge Boost For Mate 30 Sales" Forbes 5:33 PM
"Google wants to give doctors web-like searches for medical records" Engadget 7:41 AM
"Hitting the Books: Boomers not understanding tech is the circle of life" Engadget 11/2
"Blizzard Apologizes for Mishandling Hong Kong Protests" PC Magazine 11/2
"Blizzard CEO apologizes for handling of gamer's Hong Kong protest; some fans want more" Los Angeles Times 11/2
"Google Pixel 4 face retouching feature built with help of wedding photographers" Digital Trends 11/2
"Google's Acquisition Of Fitbit Is More About User Data Than Technology" HotHardware 11/2
"Google pushes further into health care with Fitbit, raising new privacy concerns: The search giant has faced blowback for its health care projects in the past." CNET 11/2
"Android bug lets hackers plant malware via NFC beaming: All Android 8 (Oreo) or later devices are impacted. Google released a patch last month, in October 2019." ZDNet 11/2
"GDPR Fines Haven't Rocked the Data Privacy World—Yet : Though there hasn't been a deluge of large fines, EU regulators are slowly beginning to flex their enforcement muscles." Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 11/2
"Trump rules social media, crushes 2020 Democrats" Axios 11/2
"Facebook again accused of discriminatory ad targeting: Older and female users were denied Facebook ads about financial services, a lawsuit alleges." CNET 11/1
"TikTok Said to Be Under National Security Review: The review comes after lawmakers raised concerns about TikTok's growing influence in the United States." New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 11/1
"Exclusive: U.S. opens national security investigation into TikTok - sources" Reuters 11/1
"Amazon's bid to acquire stake in Indian retailer faces antitrust hurdle: sources" Reuters 11/1
"Legislation Would Force Google and Rivals to Disclose Search Algorithms: Senate bill aims to give users of search engines more control over personal data" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 11/1
"Russia officially introduced a 'sovereign internet' law to let Putin cut off the entire country from the rest of the web" Business Insider 11/1
"Exclusive: Government officials around the globe targeted for hacking through WhatsApp - sources" Reuters 11/1
"Europe's cloud computing plan won't do much to scare the US giants" ZDNet 11/1
"Cloud computing: SaaS, IaaS or PaaS - which is growing fastest?"
"Intel warning: Critical flaw in BMC firmware affects a ton of server products"
"Apple unveils new 16-inch MacBook Pro"
"Malware attacks on hospitals are rising fast, and the problem is about to get a lot worse"
"Google's plan to collect health data on millions of Americans faces federal inquiry"
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