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Saturday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "More details about the 28-core CPU reveal Intel's misleading presentation" Notebook Check 7:08 AM
  • "China Hacked a Navy Contractor and Stole 600GB of Data" Gizmodo 8:44 AM
  • "We Found a Prototype 4 TB Intel QLC SSD with 500 P/E Cycles" AnandTech 7:08 AM
  • "What Is Intel's New Low Power Display Technology?" Tech Times 7:08 AM
  • "The FCC has officially banned phone companies' worst trick" BGR 9:48 AM
  • "Intel's limited edition i7-8086K CPU is now available for purchase" Neowin 7:06 AM
  • "Why dual-screen laptops are twice as good: Dual-screen laptops are better tablets than tablets, better laptops than laptops — and better desktops than desktops." Computerworld 7:05 AM
  • "Google Search to let you follow World Cup matches in real-time" The Economic Times 7:06 AM
  • "How did hacker Adrian Lamo die? Medical examiner couldn't figure it out: Examiners found a sticker on his thigh identifying him with 'Project Vigilant.'" Ars Technica 8:13 AM
  • "Dell XPS 15 2-in-1: A great display meets a noisy fan" ZDNet 8:23 AM
  • "AMD Is Getting Ready to Overtake Intel With 7-Nanometer CPUs and Graphics Cards" GCR 7:06 AM
  • "Florida Didn't Run FBI Background Checks on Gun Buyers for a Year Because of a Forgotten Login" Gizmodo 7:28 PM
  • "Why Microsoft is buying GitHub in $7.5 billion deal" Washington Post 7:09 AM
  • "Move over, China: With IBM's help, US has world's fastest supercomputer" Tech Wire 7:07 AM
  • "Google Will Finally Release Its Own Podcasts App" Thurrott 12:56 PM
  • "Norman is a psychopathic AI obsessed with murder, thanks to Reddit" Neowin 3:48 PM
  • "ORNL Summit Reclaims Supercomputing Crown For America With 27,648 NVIDIA Volta GPUs" HotHardware 5:05 PM
  • "DNotes 2.0 Now Listed On Mercatox Exchange" DNotes Global 7:49 PM
  • "Microsoft Gunning To Become The Netflix Of Gaming Powered By Azure Cloud" HotHardware 5:15 PM
  • "Donating money to homeless people using your phone" BBC 9:32 PM