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Sunday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Nikkei: Nintendo Switch will sell for less than $250 in Japan/The paper expects Nintendo to sell its next console for just 25,000 yen." Engadget 3:19 PM
  • "CES 2017: Samsung's booth has 8K TVs, smart refrigerators, and more" Neowin 1:27 PM
  • "In Theory: Can AMD Ryzen break the Intel CPU monopoly?" Eurogamer 9:50 AM
  • "HTC reports 2016 revenue down by over a third" ZDNet 9:28 PM
  • "Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.9 beta out now" ZDNet 8:26 PM
  • "The future is a decentralized internet" TechCrunch 6:08 PM
  • "Dell XPS 27 release date, specs, price news: AIO PC with 10 built-in speakers designed for audiophiles" The Christian Times 8:34 AM
  • "Review: Dell's latest XPS 13 DE delivers Linux in its best-looking display yet/Review: The HiDPI model can even get too bright indoors, but it's a beauty to use." Ars Technica 8:10 AM
  • "Wacom nearly ready to release pens which support both their and Microsoft's Surface Pen technology" MSPoweruser 7:59 AM
  • "Closer look at the HP Z2 Mini Workstation PC" Liliputing 8:35 AM
  • "SoundCloud is losing a lot of money — is an acquisition coming soon? The company could run out of cash before the end of the year" The Verge 5:31 PM
  • "Google's search algorithm – when it 'goes wrong'" My Broadband 8:44 AM
  • "Dell Unveils XPS 27 AIO PC That Features 10-Speaker With XPS 15 & Rose Gold XPS 13 At CES 2017" Mstar News 8:34 AM
  • "Dell Insists Its Canvas 27 Isn't a Microsoft Surface Studio Clone" Mmaring Report 8:33 AM
  • "CES 2017: Clothes-folding Laundroid robot readies for launch" BBC 7:41 AM
  • "Intel Core i7-7700K Overclocked To 7 GHz on All Cores Using LN2 – Core i3-7350K Reaches 5 GHz on Liquid Cooling" WCCF Tech 11:23 AM
  • "CES 2017: Nokia Android phone spurns the West" BBC 7:41 AM
  • "Uber Extends an Olive Branch to Local Governments: Its Data" New York Times 3:45 PM
  • "Op-ed: The desktop CPU isn't dead, it just needs a swift kick in the butt/Progress is slowing down, but there are still options." Ars Technica 7:32 AM