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Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Checked 12:20 AM; Last Updated 9:05 PM CDT; 02:05 GMT


Computer Industry
  • "Windows 10: Has Microsoft cleaned up its update mess? (Spoiler: no)/Four years after the debut of 'Windows as a service,' Microsoft continues to tweak the Windows Update for Business rules. And if you don't know how to play the game, you're likely to be surprised with unexpected updates." ZDNet 12:15 PM
  • "Here's Microsoft's updated roadmap for Chromium-based Edge features for the enterprise: Microsoft is enabling enterprise features by default in the Dev Channel builds of Chromium-based Edge. Here's what's available to IT pro testers now and what's coming later." ZDNet 3:05 PM
  • "Windows 10 May 2019 update is causing GPU borkage on some Surface Book devices: It's only taken it two months to realise" The Inquirer 6:00 AM
  • "Microsoft blocks Windows 10 for Surface Book 2 – and trust us, you don't want to install it" TrustedReviews 12:14 PM
  • "Microsoft releases Windows 10 builds 17134.915, 16299.1296 - here's what's new" Neowin 2:51 PM
  • "New Cortana Beta app for Windows 10 apparently goes live for some Insiders" OnMSFT 3:34 PM
  • "Microsoft introduces digital distribution centers in collaboration with Lenovo and Nvidia" Neowin 6:07 AM
  • "Slack's CEO doesn't see Microsoft Teams as a threat: Even though Slack has less daily active users than Microsoft Teams, Slack's CEO doesn't see it as a threat." Windows Central 12:15 PM
  • "Slack CEO dismisses competition from Microsoft Teams, 'I don't think that's really a threat'" OnMSFT 12:14 PM
  • "Microsoft open sources quantum computing SDK: Microsoft's Quantum Development Kit includes the Q# quantum programming language, samples, and tutorials" Computerworld New Zealand 8:58 PM
  • "Intel Lets Researchers Hang Out on Pohoiki Beach, its 8 Million-Neuron Neuromorphic System" Computer Business Review 6:55 AM
  • "Intel announces availability of Loihi neuromorphic chip for compute-intensive AI" Techerati 6:55 AM
  • "Intel Pohoiki Beach crams 64 Loihi neuromorphic chips for AI and IoT" SlashGear 6:55 AM
  • "Intel's Pohoiki Beach could lead to smart robotic limbs: Neuromorphic flexin'" The Inquirer 6:02 AM
  • "AMD CPU Sales Higher Than Intels In South Korea, Japan. Will Rest Of World Follow" Game Debate 6:16 AM
  • "AMD poaches Alienware co-founder Frank Azor" bit-tech 6:16 AM
  • "AMD Ryzen processors are now outselling Intel in Asia, report claims" TechRadar UK 6:55 AM
  • "AMD Radeon RX 5600 leak points to an entry-level Navi GPU: Team Red is prepping Navi for the budget GPU arena" The Inquirer 8:51 AM
  • "AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT Navi Hits Impressive 2.2GHz Overclock With SoftPowerPlay Mod" HotHardware 5:06 PM
  • "'It's A Career Ender': 2 LGBTQ Former Dell Workers Share Their Stories" NPR 6:13 AM
  • "Why the Asia-Pacific region is high on Dell Technologies' radar: Advancements in innovations such as 5G, robotics and automation, and autonomous vehicles has made the region one to watch for global companies, Dell Technologies' president of Asia Pacific & Japan, Global Digital Cities has said." ZDNet 6:13 AM
  • "Dell launches $200 discount on XPS 13 and Inspiron laptops for Prime Day 2019" Digital Trends 6:12 AM
  • "AT&T, IBM expand partnership with multi-year deal: As part of the deal, IBM will serve as the primary cloud provider for AT&T Business and will help manage AT&T's hybrid cloud infrastructure" ZDNet 9:04 PM
  • "How IBM tweaked its Wimbledon highlight-picking AI to remove bias: The long-time tech partner to the Wimbledon tennis championships has been busy tweaking its AI highlight-picking algorithm to remove bias for or against certain players" Computerworld New Zealand 7:42 PM
  • "IBM drags Websphere devs towards Kubernetes with Kabanero package: Big Blue sings an Appsody to make its software stack easier to use" The Register 9:55 AM
  • "Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 Plus is all about gaming gains: And there's some VR and AR stuff thrown in for good measure" The Inquirer 6:03 AM
  • "Java and Python in demand as skills shortage widens: The skills shortage is spreading further, with developers for data science, DevOps and cloud roles in high demand." ZDNet 7:00 AM