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Sunday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Microsoft Desperately Needs to Figure Out How to Be Cool" Gizmodo UK 6:15 AM
  • "Toyota 'backs flying car project' in Japan" BBC 9:15 AM
  • "Intel ends its dreams of replacing the x86 chip in your PC: It's shipping its last Itanium chip as it moves into the 'post-PC' world." Engadget 6:20 AM
  • "Old Windows PCs can stop WannaCry ransomware with new Microsoft patch: In a rare step, Microsoft published a patch for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows 8" Computerworld New Zealand 5:55 AM
  • "AMD 16-Core ThreadRipper Enthusiast CPUs To Reportedly Utilize 4094 Pin Socket" HotHardware 4:47 PM
  • "Hands On with Story Remix Preview" Thurrott 6:20 AM
  • "Cyber-attack: Firms 'must patch before Monday morning'" BBC 1:28 PM
  • "NHS cyber-attack: More ransomware cases 'likely on Monday'" BBC 5:29 PM
  • "This is What Microsoft Said About Progressive Web Apps at Build" Thurrott 6:22 PM
  • "Next cyber-attack could be imminent, warn experts" BBC 5:55 AM
  • "Ransomware cyber-attack a wake-up call, Microsoft warns" BBC 6:03 PM
  • "Google launches Project Treble to shorten Android update release time; will it be faster like Apple iOS roll-out?" International Business Times 6:16 AM
  • "Microsoft blasts spy agencies for hoarding security exploits: It likens 'WannaCry' to someone stealing Tomahawk missiles." Engadget 8:34 PM
  • "Microsoft announces results of its Windows Developer Awards" Neowin 5:52 PM
  • "Leaked internal documents highlight interesting facts about Xbox One owners in the US" Neowin 5:04 PM
  • "Acer Australia reports AU$3.2m profit for 2016" ZDNet 9:02 PM