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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, June 1, 2019


Computer Industry
  • "Microsoft Issues 'Update Now' Warning To Windows Users" Forbes 8:16 AM
  • "Microsoft implores Windows users to install patch for wormable BlueKeep Remote Code Execution vulnerability" BetaNews 8:17 AM
  • "Older versions of Windows have critical vulnerability, should be updated ASAP" Digital Trends 2:16 PM
  • "Why Microsoft Wants to Understand Your Voice" Motley Fool 3:39 PM
  • "Microsoft releases first preview of PowerShell 7 and sets out feature roadmap" BetaNews 8:18 AM
  • "As China Takes Aim, Silicon Valley Braces for Pain: Microsoft's research lab in Beijing is its largest outside the United States." New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 8:17 AM
  • "Intel Bites Back At AMD For Misleading Rome EPYC Zen 2 Benchmarks Vs Xeon 8280" HotHardware 4:04 PM
  • "U.S. Justice Department prepares Google antitrust probe: sources" Reuters 8:16 AM
  • "Google facing US antitrust investigation" Telegraph 8:09 AM
  • "Google Should Be Afraid. Very Afraid. This is the moment the U.S. technology superpowers surely knew was coming: The U.S. government is preparing to crawl all over Google to figure out whether it is an abusive monopolist. Google parent company Alphabet Inc. and the other tech giants should be quaking in their fleece vests." Bloomberg Opinion 9:12 AM
  • "With a Worm Looming, the BlueKeep Bug Isn't Getting Patched Fast Enough: Two weeks have passed since Microsoft warned users about a critical vulnerability in a common Windows protocol that could enable a hacker to remotely take over machines without even a click from their owners, potentially allowing an infectious worm to rip through millions of PCs. That bug might be fading from the headlines, but it still lingers in at least 900,000 computers." Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 5/31
  • "Microsoft issues second warning about patching BlueKeep as PoC code goes public" ZDNet 5/31
  • "Microsoft warns users to patch as exploits for 'wormable' BlueKeep bug appear" TechCrunch 5/31
  • "Microsoft warns 1 million computers are still vulnerable to major Windows security exploit: Malware could automatically spread across these machines" The Verge 5/31
  • "Microsoft practically begs Windows users to fix wormable BlueKeep flaw" Ars Technica 5/31
  • "Microsoft Fortfies Position in Gaming With Xbox Game Pass" Zacks 5/31
  • "Intel Publishes Plans to Wind Down Shipments of 7th Gen Core 'Skylake-X' HEDT Processors" AnandTech 5/31
  • "Intel Brings Its Own Benchmark to Refute AMD's '2X' EPYC Claim" Tom's Hardware 5/31
  • "AMD Necessary Party to Patent Licensee's Infringement Suit" Bloomberg Law 5/31
  • "AMD Is Aiming For Radeon RX 5700 'Navi' Support In Linux 5.3 + Mesa 19.2" Phoronix 5/31
  • "Dell releases more high-end Ubuntu Linux laptops: Linux PCs are growing in popularity for professional programmers and Dell continues to back them." ZDNet 5/31
  • "Dell Technologies Inc. on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript" Seeking Alpha 5/31
  • "Dell's reasons to be fearful (1,2,3): Intel chip supplies, trade tariffs and slowing server sales in sagging Chinese economy" The Register 5/31
  • "Dell, HP in Line of Fire From Trump's Tariff Vow on Mexico" Bloomberg 5/31
  • "HP introduces the world's first dual-screen gaming laptop" Tech Advisor 5/31
  • "Sims and HP collaborate on e-plastics recycling" E-Scrap News 5/31
  • "IBM is giving away a swarm of drones for disaster relief" The Inquirer 5/31
  • "IBM And Thomson Reuters Announce AI Collaboration" e3zine 5/31
  • "Oracle Workers Latest to Be Denied Jury Trial in 401(k) Row" Bloomberg Law 5/31
  • "The monstrous, momentous PC hardware of Computex 2019: From futuristic laptops to trailblazing new chips, this is the PC hardware that caught our eye at Computex 2019." PCWorld 5/31