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Wednesday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Israel warned the US about Kaspersky after hacking its network" Engadget 8:50 AM
  • "Google Home Mini fault left smart speakers always recording" Telegraph 8:31 AM
  • "OnePlus is collecting your private data without permission" Engadget 8:50 AM
  • "Facebook, Tesla and other tech giants are giving aid to Puerto Rico in the form of VR, 'internet balloons' and batteries" Recode 8:32 AM
  • "Microsoft Launcher review: A beautiful Android experience" Android Central 9:00 AM
  • "People are spending more time in top shopping apps like Amazon's" Recode 8:32 AM
  • "Your Computer: Should It Stay or Should It Go?" New York Times 11:59 AM
  • "Microsoft just ended support for Office 2007 and Outlook 2007" ZDNet 7:41 AM
  • "Google Home Mini review: chasing Dots" The Verge 8:34 AM
  • "With the end of Windows on phones, how does Microsoft avoid being the next IBM? The company forgets the importance of the consumer space at its peril." Ars Technica UK 9:00 AM
  • "AMD's Vega beats Nvidia's GTX 1080 by up to 21% in Shadow of War at 4K" PCGamesN 12:42 PM
  • "Early reports of myriad Microsoft Patch Tuesday problems: It's been less than a day since the Patch Tuesday patches rolled out, and we're already seeing lots of complaints – and a few unexpected explanations." Computerworld 9:01 AM
  • "Google, Facebook, and Twitter Need a New Approach to Tackling Chaos" Wired 8:13 AM
  • "Western Digital unveils breakthrough HDD technology: The new microwave-assisted magnetic recording (MAMR) technology should enable hard drives with 40TB of capacity by 2025, helping HDDs hold onto their staying power in the enterprise segment." ZDNet 3:05 PM
  • "Intel presents 17-qubit superconducting chip with advanced packaging" PhysOrg 9:02 AM
  • "Dell makes $1bn bet that IoT at the edge can kill cloud computing takeover" The Register 8:44 AM