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MacSurfer's Archive: Tuesday, February 25, 2020
 

 

Computer Industry
  • "Verizon, Sprint, and providers around the world will support 5G Always Connected PCs: Always Connected PCs will be able to keep pace with their smartphone sibling thanks to 5G support from carriers." Windows Central 12:50 PM
  • "RIP: Windows 10 live tiles reportedly getting killed by Microsoft" LAPTOP Magazine 7:27 AM
  • "Revamped Windows 10 Start Menu could replace Live Tiles: Few would miss the feature" TechSpot 7:27 AM
  • "Windows 10 could get a new Start menu as Microsoft kills off one of its most useless features" TechRadar UK 7:28 AM
  • "A closer look at Microsoft's new Start menu and taskbar on Windows 10X: We go hands-on with the new Start and taskbar experiences on Windows 10X" Windows Central 11:27 AM
  • "Microsoft wants to give Windows 10 File Explorer some love, according to new job listing: A new job listing indicates that Microsoft wants to make a more modern File Explorer experience." Windows Central 8:18 AM
  • "Microsoft improves Windows Hello accuracy with fresh Windows 10 updates: Windows Hello should be at least a little more accurate with these latest updates." Windows Central 3:32 PM
  • "7 things Microsoft didn't tell us about the new Office app: The new Office mobile app for iOS and Android is designed to help users complete 'microtasks' while on the go and combines Word, Excel and Powerpoint." Computerworld 7:28 AM
  • "Microsoft uses its expertise in malware to help with fileless attack detection on Linux: Aw, how generous" The Register 7:00 AM
  • "Microsoft to open Azure regions in Spain, expands Telefonica relationship: Microsoft will be serving up Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics 365 from its coming cloud datacenters in Spain, and Telefonica will be delivering more capabilities from this new region once it opens." ZDNet 4:17 PM
  • "Microsoft's Linux-based Azure Sphere now generally available" MSPoweruser 7:18 AM
  • "Microsoft Edge will soon warn you if you visit phishing website" MSPoweruser 7:15 AM
  • "Dell rolls out new subscription model for hybrid cloud deployments: Available with the Dell EMC VxRail, customers can deploy a subscription-based configuration in just two weeks." ZDNet 7:15 AM
  • "Lenovo refreshes its ThinkPad lineup with AMD Ryzen Pro 4000: Some of these laptops will get 10th-gen Intel Core vPro chips later this year, too." Ars Technica 6:43 PM
  • "Lenovo ThinkPad to Both Have AMD Ryzen 4000 Support And Intel's 10th-gen Chip" Tech Times 7:30 AM
  • "Lenovo ThinkPad refresh offers 10th-gen Intel CPUs and AMD's Ryzen 4000 Pro: Lenovo says it's the first company to offer AMD's new processor line." Engadget 7:30 AM
  • "Lustre HPC file systems no longer disappear in a puff on Amazon Web Services – but you'll pay more: Throughput boosted and encryption in transit added to temporary counterparts" The Register 7:21 AM
  • "IBM Working on AI Suitcase to Help Visually Challenged People Travel Independently: The suitcase prototype developed by IBM will use AI to map the best route for the user." Gadgets 360 7:29 AM
  • "Cisco rolls out new cloud software and hardware for mobile networks: The new offerings are aimed at helping service providers get the most out of their 5G infrastructure investments." ZDNet 9:12 PM
  • "Not MWC: Cisco stacks new software for mobile networks" Light Reading 7:29 AM
  • "Samsung begins mass production of 16GB mobile DRAM: The South Korean tech giant continues to pack more memory into smartphones." ZDNet 7:14 AM
  • "Samsung begins 16GB LPDDR5 RAM production" bit-tech 7:44 AM



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