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Sunday, July 15, 2018
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Computer Industry
  • "Google Roundup: Eight New Features Plus A Major Security Upgrade For Chrome" Forbes 8:17 AM
  • "Why Intel's Move Into Discrete Graphics Cards Is a Waste of Time" Motley Fool 10:48 AM
  • "Facebook hires top Google engineer to head its chip development" Engadget 7/14
  • "Facebook and Snapchat bullying campaign ignored by children" Telegraph 7/14
  • "Microsoft calls for government regulation of facial recognition because of 'potential for abuse'" BetaNews 7/14
  • "Microsoft calls for government regulation to prevent abuse of facial recognition tech" The Telegraph 7/14
  • "Microsoft appeals to the U.S. government to regulate facial recognition tech" Neowin 7/14
  • "Microsoft wants facial recognition to be regulated, cites government surveillance" OnMSFT 7/14
  • "Microsoft Launches Set of Free Collaborating Tools for All" ITPro 7/14
  • "Microsoft exceeds $800 Billion market cap for the first time" MSPoweruser 7/13
  • "The $800 billion club has just got bigger; Microsoft joins Apple, Amazon & Alphabet" The Economic Times 7/13
  • "Microsoft exec: Government should regulate facial recognition tech/The cameras are watching you. Who'll watch the cameras?" CNET 7/13
  • "The Love for Windows 10 Generates the First PC Sales Growth in Six Years" Softpedia 7/13
  • "Microsoft calls for Congress to regulate use of facial-recognition tech" Digital Trends 7/13
  • "IBM Wins Contract for RAF ACCS" AIN Online 7/13
  • "IBM says data and utility are the keys to brand success in voice" Fast Company 7/13
  • "IBM strengthens mainframe cloud services with CA's help" ITworld 7/13
  • "IBM's Watson AI used to develop multi-face tracking algorithm" The Inquirer 7/13
  • "IBM is automating employee performance analysis with Watson AI" Computing 7/13
  • "Hidden costs in data breaches are expensive to manage, IBM study" The Paypers 7/13
  • "HP Recycled 135,200 Metric Tons of Electronics in 2017" ScrapMonster 7/13
  • "Episode 131: Talking circular strategy with HP Inc. and Hewlett Packard Enterprise" GreenBiz 7/13
  • "Jabil makes a jump forward with HP 3D printing" medalpowder 7/13
  • "Dell launches new line of entry-level workstations" IT PRO (UK) 7/13
  • "Here are four new workstations from Dell's Precision lineup" CRN 7/13
  • "This Dell Vostro Small Desktop with 8th-gen Intel i3-8100 only costs $399" Neowin 7/13
  • "5G milestone as Ericsson and Intel achieve first end-to-end data call" SiliconRepublic 7/13
  • "Intel Xeon E-2100 Coffee Lake processor family announced" Hexus 7/13
  • "Intel to Buy eASIC to Expand Its Portfolio Beyond Processors" CDR Info 7/13
  • "Intel to Acquire eASIC to Bolster FPGA Talent and Solutions" Guru3D 7/13
  • "Intel to acquire eASIC for programmable logic" Converge! 7/13
  • "ASUS B450 Motherboards For AMD Ryzen CPUs Revealed, ROG Strix B450-F Gaming, B450-PLUS Gaming, Prime B450-PLUS And More" SegmentNext 7/13
  • "7 nm AMD Vega 20 Comes With 20 TFLOPs Of Computational Power With 70% Reduction In Die Size" SegmentNext 7/13
  • "New AMD Radeon Adrenalin 18.7.1 Driver Offers Fixes for Fortnite and Hellblade; Optimized for Earthfall" WCCFTech 7/13
  • "Oracle Corporation (ORCL) Ex-Dividend Date Scheduled for July 16, 2018" Nasdaq 7/13
  • "Financial Software And Financial Information Service 2018 Global Market Key Players - NCR, Tripwire, Cigital, Gomoxie, Checkpoint, Luxoft, Oracle....." Industry Today 7/13
  • "Cisco shares plunge 4% after a report says Amazon could go after Cisco's core networking business" Business Insider 7/13
  • "Cisco sinks on report Amazon wading into networking equipment" Reuters 7/13
  • "India's 'impressive development and growth' at risk if Narendra Modi is not re-elected, says ex-Cisco boss John Chambers" FirstPost 7/13
  • "PC Shipments Up After Long Slump (But it Won't Last): Enterprises are migrating over to Windows 10, which resulted in PC shipments increasing year-over-year during the second quarter. However, demand on the consumer side continues to struggle, which doesn't bode well for future growth." PC Magazine 7/13