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Wednesday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "IBM unveils its most powerful quantum processor yet" Engadget 7:40 AM
  • "A 2,000-year-old computer called the Antikythera Mechanism helped the ancient Greeks understand their universe" The Verge 7:44 AM
  • "IBM makes leap in quantum computing power: There's now a 16-bit quantum computer on the IBM Cloud platform for businesses to experiment with" IDG News Service 7:22 AM
  • "AMD unveils Ryzen Threadripper: A monster CPU with 16 cores, 32 threads" Ars Technica 7:55 AM
  • "Microsoft held back free patch that could have slowed WannaCry" Financial Times 9:15 AM
  • "AMD is making PCs and servers exciting again: Forget about smartphones and tablets, AMD is making the PC and server markets exciting again." ZDNet 12:40 PM
  • "Samsung: Here's how we're securing your smart TV" ZDNet 6:46 AM
  • "Huawei Takes the Fight to Amazon with a Brand-New 7-inch Budget Tablet" Digital Trends 1:03 PM
  • "Net neutrality 'bots' spam US regulator" BBC 10:27 AM
  • "Amazon Refreshes Fire Tablets, Keeps Low Price Tag" PC Magazine 9:10 AM
  • "Laptop ban in Europe would cost airline passengers $1.1 billion" CNNMoney 7:55 AM
  • "AMD Unveils the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition: Vega Starts in the Pros" AnandTech 7:56 AM
  • "Google Just Made Email a Heckuva Lot Easier to Deal With" Wired 12:42 PM
  • "AMD ramping shipments of Ryzen 7, Ryzen 5 CPUs" DigiTimes 7:27 AM
  • "Amazon unveils two new cheap tablets with Alexa built-in" V3 10:35 AM
  • "Windows 10 Tip: Stop using the horribly insecure SMBv1 protocol" ZDNet 6:46 AM
  • "Software testing platform QASymphony raises $40 million" VentureBeat 7:51 AM
  • "Should Microsoft Patch Windows XP Forever?" TechRepublic 8:02 AM
  • "Facebook is still violating user privacy, Dutch and French regulators say: Social network fined $166,400 in France for failing to inform users of how their data is used" The Verge 7:44 AM