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Thursday, January 17, 2019
Checked 9:50 AM; Last Updated 9:35 AM CST; 15:35 GMT


Computer Industry
  • "Microsoft pledges $500M to create affordable housing around Seattle" TechCrunch 6:04 AM
  • "Microsoft Pledges $500M for Affordable Housing in Seattle: The pledge is intended to help tackle the low and middle-income housing crisis in Seattle, but also to encourage policy change, new investment by the state, and to support organizations that help the homeless." PC Magazine 6:21 AM
  • "Microsoft promises $500m to fix Greater Seattle's housing affordability 'crisis': The $500 million commitment will be used for loans and grants to accelerate the construction of more affordable housing across the region." ZDNet 6:05 AM
  • "Microsoft will spend $500M to address affordable housing and homelessness in the Seattle region" GeekWire 6:05 AM
  • "Microsoft is spending half a billion dollars to make Seattle housing more affordable" Fast Company 6:12 AM
  • "Microsoft pledges $500M to build homes in Seattle: The Redmond-based software giant is planning to address homelessness and develop affordable housing for residents in the area." CNET 6:13 AM
  • "Microsoft is splitting Cortana from search in Windows 10: Tappety-tappety-tap; another tiny nail in AI assistant's coffin" The Inquirer 6:05 AM
  • "The Microsoft Surface Go LTE Review: Unmatched Mobility" AnandTech 7:56 AM
  • "Dell on the Future of Alienware, Building the Smallest Webcam, and More" Gadgets 360 6:10 AM
  • "Intel to discontinue Core+ bundles (CPU + Optane Memory)" Hexus 6:10 AM
  • "Intel bins 'Core+' CPU and memory bundles due to lack of demand: Optane might be on its way out" The Inquirer 6:37 AM
  • "AMD Claims It Has Enough Radeon VIIs to Meet Demand" ExtremeTech 7:01 AM
  • "AMD debunks claims its Radeon 7 GPU will be in short supply: Or maybe it's just not expecting to sell many" The Inquirer 9:37 AM
  • "IBM's quantum computer is a sign of its ambitions" Verdict 6:11 AM
  • "Oracle Expands Cloud Business with Next-Gen Data Center in Canada" eWeek 6:36 AM
  • "Oracle Java Card updated for IoT applications: Java Card is a software technology providing isolation between secure hardware and software services" Infoworld 6:12 AM