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MacSurfer's Archive: Wednesday, July 11, 2018


Computer Industry
  • "Microsoft, Intel and Adobe drive IT admins to tears with bug fix overload: A whole load of remote execution flaws have been patched, so there's a silver lining" The Inquirer 7:52 AM
  • "Intel, Microsoft, Adobe release a swarm of bug fixes to ruin your week: Massive patch dump with 112 fixes... and that's just for the Photoshop giant" The Register 7:55 AM
  • "Microsoft Andromeda project might not be completely dead yet" SlashGear 7:54 AM
  • "Microsoft reportedly cutting small percentage of jobs in international sales organization" GeekWire 7:55 AM
  • "Microsoft partnering with Duke in downtown Durham: Microsoft is teaming up with Duke University on a new research partnership that will result in the tech giant creating an 'innovation hub' at the recently-overhauled Chesterfield building in downtown Durham." Triangle Business Journal 9:16 AM
  • "Latest Windows 10 update now deemed good enough for business users: Yesterday's Patch Tuesday pushed the latest major update over the edge." Ars Technica 7:31 PM
  • "Microsoft Will Sell USB-C Dongles Too" Thurrott 7:51 PM
  • "IBM security study: Mega data breaches cost $40 million to $350 million" VentureBeat 7:38 AM
  • "Single data breach costs nearly Rs 12 crore in India: IBM study" NewKerala 8:27 AM
  • "Understanding How IBM And Others Use Blockchain Technology To Track Global Food Supply Chain" Forbes 8:27 AM
  • "Dell EMC Targets SMB, Midmarket with Integrated Data Protection Appliance" Channel Partners 8:19 AM
  • "Dell, HP and Asus on why they are still betting on desktop PCs" Gadgets Now 8:07 AM
  • "HP unveils gaming-centric Omen, Pavilion-series laptops: Know price, specs" Business Standard 8:06 AM
  • "Intel's Israel Team Is At The Forefront Of 5G Tech That Will Revolutionize How We Communicate" NoCamels (Israel) 8:02 AM
  • "No, Intel Isn't Killing the Intel 'Extreme Edition' CPU Family" ExtremeTech 7:58 AM
  • "The return of Spectre: Two new ways to assault computers using Spectre-style attacks have been discovered. These can be used against any operating system running on AMD, ARM, and Intel processors." ZDNet 3:28 PM
  • "Intel confirms new Spectre 1.1, 1.2 vulnerabilities" bit-tech 8:01 AM
  • "AMD hires another former Intel Vice President" KitGuru 7:59 AM
  • "Here are ARM's biggest anti-RISC-V arguments and why they don't make sense" TechRepublic 7:53 AM
  • "Oracle unveils Bristol accelerator contenders" CloudPro 8:24 AM
  • "Cisco chief executive Robbins' mantra: Simplify computer networks" WRAL TechWire 8:23 AM
  • "Salesforce Service Cloud updates offer access to Enstein AI bots for customer service" Business Insider 7:25 AM
  • "Salesforce wants to give customer service workers using Service Cloud better AI-powered tools" GeekWire 7:34 AM
  • "US competes with China to build exascale computer/Exascale machines can perform a billion billion calculations per second: more than five times faster than today's most powerful computer" V3 9:26 AM