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Friday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Intel's fix for Meltdown and Spectre had a bug of its own" Neowin 6:53 AM
  • "Verizon says tax cut won't increase network investment" BGR 6:49 AM
  • "Eurozone economy grows faster than seen" MarketWatch 7:47 AM
  • "Google executives stopped employees discussing diversity and hiring, claims former engineer/An exec allegedly told him: 'If the majority of your coworkers are Nazis, it is better if you don't know about it.'" The Verge 7:29 AM
  • "OnePlus 6 confirmed for June launch with Snapdragon 845 SoC: Firm also says it plans to begin talks with US carriers this year" The Inquirer 6:51 AM
  • "At CES, AA-Sized 'Forever Batteries' That Suck Power Out of the Air" ExtremeTech 12:33 PM
  • "Raspberry Pi: Hands-On with the Pi Server tool" ZDNet 7:41 AM
  • "Ex-Google Employee's Memo Says Executives Shut Down Pro-Diversity Discussions" Gizmodo 7:29 AM
  • "Intel's Response to Chip Meltdown Deepens Rift With Microsoft" Bloomberg 7:36 AM
  • "AMD releases 'just-in-case' firmware updates for its processors: Though in truth, they're hardly affected" The Inquirer 6:52 AM
  • "Latest Windows 10 Redstone 4 Update Packs Essential Edge Updates, Upgraded Quiet Hours" Thurrott 7:40 AM
  • "Microsoft Powershell Core arrives for Windows, Mac and Linux" The Inquirer 8:41 AM
  • "GM will make an autonomous car without steering wheel or pedals by 2019" The Verge 7:31 AM
  • "The best PCs, gadgets, and wearables of CES 2018: CES was dominated by smart assistants, but we found diamonds in the rough" Ars Technica 9:47 AM
  • "Spectre puts the brakes on CPU need for speed" ZDNet 6:52 AM
  • "New leak lists the Galaxy S9's key specs" BGR 7:44 AM
  • "The weird and wonderful of CES 2018: A rundown of the weird but gloriously fantastic gadgets on display in Las Vegas" The Inquirer 6:51 AM
  • "U.S. EPA awards Samsung two sustainability awards" Neowin 7:45 AM
  • "YouTube may review its most popular channels for offensive content: A series of scandals have led many to call for YouTube to vet its videos." Engadget 6:49 AM