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MacSurfer's Archive: Tuesday, September 17, 2019
 

 

Computer Industry
  • "Windows 10: Has Microsoft cleaned up its update mess? (Spoiler: Maybe)/After its botched release of the version 1809 update for Windows 10 last year, Microsoft instituted a sweeping series of changes to Windows Update. Don't be fooled by the headlines: A close look at recent issues with version 1903 suggests those changes are paying off." ZDNet 7:03 AM
  • "Microsoft's Surface Laptop 3 might ditch Intel in favour of an AMD Ryzen CPU: Redmond could be seeing red" The Inquirer 7:06 AM
  • "Microsoft might abandon Intel for AMD" Channel Eye 7:44 AM
  • "Ranking the Microsoft Surface launch rumors: What's probable, what's not/Microsoft's Surface Laptop, Surface Pro, and probably Surface Book and Surface Go line could all see refreshes." PCWorld 7:17 AM
  • "Microsoft May Be Moving to AMD for their New Surface Laptop" eTeknix 7:16 AM
  • "AMD EPYC Rome Processor Performs Real-Time 8K Encoding" eTeknix 7:17 AM
  • "Linux kernel 5.3 arrives with AMD Radeon Navi support: An assault course on the senses" The Inquirer 8:44 AM
  • "Intel topples Nvidia's ray tracing monopoly in World of Tanks" TechRadar UK 7:19 AM
  • "Gigabyte provides glimpse into Intel 400-series chipsets" Hexus 7:19 AM
  • "Intel's 10th Gen desktop CPUs to arrive with new 400-series chipset and new socket" KitGuru 7:17 AM
  • "A few bits about the new x86 server CPU leak: Once again, not giving it all away in the headline for some reason" SemiAccurate 7:02 AM
  • "IBM CEO Ginni Rometty Says IBM Was Built on Diversity and Inclusion" Bloomberg Video 4:27 PM
  • "HP printer small print says kit phones home data on whatever you print – and then some: Security engineer actually reads privacy policy to his horror" The Register 11:03 AM
  • "Oracle rolls out Analytics for Fusion ERP: The first Oracle Analytics for Applications service is here. The ERP analytics offering will eventually be joined by counterparts for human capital management, customer experience and supply chain management." ZDNet 12:13 PM
  • "Oracle updates SaaS tools with more AI, more industry-specific features: Oracle extends the capabilities and reach of its Digital Assistant across its cloud applications, while also adding features across its applications for specific verticals." ZDNet 12:13 PM
  • "Los Angeles prepares for cyber attack with IBM X-Force" FOXBusiness 7:42 AM



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