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* Israel first to respond to cyberattack with immediate force Air Strike >>
* We are leaving older adults out of the digital world >>
* Future of Work is Remote >>

* Watch Microsoft’s Build 2019 keynotes right here >>
* Build 2019: Microsoft promises new ‘conversational engine’ to make virtual assistants, including Cortana, more useful >>
* Build 2019: Microsoft, Red Hat develop open-source service for auto-scaling serverless containers on Kubernetes >>
* Build 2019: Microsoft unveils Windows Terminal, a new command line app for Windows >>
* Build 2019: Fluid Framework promises a more collaborative Web >>
* Build 2019: Microsoft Word uses AI to improve your writing >>
* Microsoft and GitHub grow closer >>
* Microsoft is Bringing Visual Studio To the Browser, Unveils .NET 5 >>
* Microsoft launches Visual Studio Online, an online code editor >>
* Microsoft launches a new platform for building autonomous robots >>
* Microsoft open-sources its quantum computing development tools >>
* Microsoft’s IntelliCode for AI-assisted coding comes out of preview >>
* Microsoft’s Cortana will eventually sound more like a real assistant >>
* Microsoft just teased a slick new Minecraft AR game for your phone >>
* Watch Microsoft Build 2019 Right Here >>

* Meet the Googler in charge of all things I/O >>
* The Future 100: video recap >>

* Facebook will change video ranking to prioritize original content >>
* Facebook is pivoting >>
* Facebook opens ‘war room’ to fight meddling in EU election >>

* What Putting Patients First Really Looks Like >>
* This Swearing Roomba Is What Python Was Born to Create >>
* Hacker Noon April’s Most Read Tech Stories—2019 >>

* Hacker Lexicon: What Is Application Shielding? >>
* can-3-d-printing-produce-lung-and-liver-tissue-for-transplants >>
* We’ve found the medium-sized tyrannosaurs that came before T. rex >>

* humans-are-driving-one-million-species-to-extinction >>
* Destruction of nature is as big a threat to humanity as climate change >>
* Monkeys seem to prefer each other’s company after a scary experience >>

* Your Brain in the Smartphone Age >>
* the-science-of-asking-what-people-want >>
* A Beginner’s Guide to Brain-Computer Interface and Convolutional Neural Networks >>

* An AI used art to control monkeys’ brain cells >>
* New artificial synapse is fast, efficient and durable >>
* Google refreshes Android Auto with new features and a darker look >>

* Blue Origin’s Amazing NS-11 New Shepard Spacecraft Test Flight in Photos >>
* Rocket Lab Launches 3 Experimental Satellites for US Air Force >>
* Scientists Lobby NASA for Additional Planetary Defense Missions >>

* NASA Outlines Plan for 2024 Moon Landing >>
* NASA Tweaks Call for Moon Lander Concepts >>
* Avengers Endgame Global Box Office Passes Titanic >>

* AI can now generate fake human bodies and faces >>
* When People Find a New Job >>
* It’s time to pay attention to the $15 trillion business of growing old >>

* A look at how news at Google works >>
* A virtual cave got me excited about the future of social VR >>
* All the Ways Hiring Algorithms Can Introduce Bias >>

* The Ups and Downs of India’s Digital Transformation >>
* Why I Prefer Go Over Python or Java >>

* Dust storms may have stolen all of Mars’ water >>
* First private Japanese rocket reaches space >>
* Grocery startup BigBasket becomes India’s newest unicorn with new $150M investment >>

* Scaling solutions for the developing world >>
* In a First, Israel Responds To Hackers With an Air Strike >>
* NASA Fits 265,000 Galaxies Into Single Hubble Image >>

* DevOps Tools Database Tools Worth Knowing >>
* The Rebellion Against China’s 996 Culture >>
* Automated Refactoring of a U.S. Department of Defense Mainframe to AWS >>

* Virtual Desktop On Quest Pushes Twice As Many Pixels As Oculus Go >>
* AI in Five, Fifty and Five Hundred Years — Part Two — Fifty Years >>
* Leveraging Jenkins on Kubernetes >>

* Night catering helps Beijing further upgrade consumption >>
* Huawei says 5G network security is a technical issue and not a country one, responding to Prague proposals >>
* World benefits from western China’s development >>
* China eyes digital technologies to cut red tape >>

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