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Wednesday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Microsoft issues urgent Windows XP updates to block US spy tools" Telegraph 6:51 AM
  • "LG's latest 34-inch curved monitor may send gamers around the bend" Digital Trends 6:31 AM
  • "The Machine of Tomorrow Today: Quantum Computing on the Verge" Bloomberg 7:14 AM
  • "Marissa Mayer, Yahoo's ex-CEO, says she's looking 'forward to using Gmail again'" Business Insider 9:30 AM
  • "Pirate Bay may finally be sunk after EU copyright ruling: Can be found liable for infringement, even if it doesn't host any content itself." Ars Technica 10:24 AM
  • "IBM is letting Watson loose on Wall Street regulations" Business Insider 7:20 AM
  • "Google Drive will soon back up your entire computer" The Verge 12:58 PM
  • "Box now lets enterprise users stream files to the desktop" VentureBeat 8:29 AM
  • "U.S. blames North Korea for hacking spree, says more attacks likely" Reuters 7:26 AM
  • "Firefox 54 extends multiprocess feature to promise faster, more stable browser" BetaNews 6:31 AM
  • "HP Inc to Expand 3D Printing Footprint across Asia Pacific" Zacks 8:29 AM
  • "Microsoft releases new patch for Windows XP to prevent WannaCry exploits following Shadow Brokers malware release" V3 7:34 AM
  • "Top EU Court rules internet providers can be ordered to block The Pirate Bay" The Next Web 7:10 AM
  • "Xbox executive Mike Nichols on Microsoft's new superconsole: Xbox One X" Stuff: New Zealand 7:16 AM
  • "Dell's latest ultrawide monitor is a 38-inch curved beast" The Verge 9:32 AM
  • "Marissa Mayer leaves Yahoo with nearly $260 million" CNNMoney 9:30 AM
  • "Intel Unveils Games & Announces Partnerships at E3" Zacks 10:59 AM