By Chris Jablonski
for Between the Lines
| September 9, 2004 -- 15:56 GMT (08:56 PDT)
| Topic: Microsoft
Sun sets on emerging tech blog
10 military technologies that will change the face of battle
IEEE releases new standard for body area network
Wearable devices to usher in context-aware computing
Apple to US users: Here's how you can now see what personal data we hold on you
Apple's privacy tools now go beyond Europe, so more now get to download the personal data it has collected.
Microsoft's latest Windows 10 19H1 test build enables removal of more preinstalled apps
Microsoft is adding the ability to remove even more of its 'inbox' apps from Windows 10 in its latest test build of the 19H1 feature update.
Remote working 101: Professional's guide to the tools of the trade
Microsoft's GitHub: 'Kotlin for Android now fastest-growing programming language'
The number of developers hosting projects built with Google-backed Kotlin is surging.
Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don't need Edge, Microsoft Store to run PWAs
Chrome 70 opens up progressive web apps to Windows 10 users who don't want to use Edge or Microsoft Store.
Windows 10 October update's new public rollout nears as Microsoft fixes more bugs
Microsoft finds and fixes more glitches in Windows 10 October 2018 Update.
Tech-support scams: Microsoft reveals that fraudsters are still fooling too many people
More people are wary of unsolicited contact from tech firms but tens of thousands still fall victim.
Windows 10 BSOD problems: Microsoft offers up driver fix for HP crashes
Blue screen of death crashes fixed by removing HP keyboard driver with known compatibility issues.
Chrome, Edge, IE, Firefox, and Safari to disable TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 in 2020
UPDATE: The big four --Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla-- announce end of support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 standards.