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Friday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Samsung's most exciting phone in years is 'almost finished' but nowhere near ready to launch" BGR 9:16 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
  • "Verizon says tax cut won't increase network investment" BGR 6:49 AM
  • "Intel's Spectre patch is causing reboot problems for older processors: Sometimes the bug fix is worse than the bug" The Verge 4:42 PM
  • "Ex-Google Employee's Memo Says Executives Shut Down Pro-Diversity Discussions" Gizmodo 7:29 AM
  • "Intel AMT flaw lets attackers take control of laptops in 30 seconds: Pwned in 30 seconds" The Inquirer 7:45 AM
  • "CES 2018: Were robots more than a gimmick at the tech show?" BBC 6:50 AM
  • "Hands on with Acer's newly announced PCs at CES 2018" Neowin 10:00 AM
  • "New bill bans US government agencies using contractors with Huawei or ZTE tech" TechCrunch 7:31 AM
  • "New leak lists the Galaxy S9's key specs" BGR 7:44 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
  • "At CES, AA-Sized 'Forever Batteries' That Suck Power Out of the Air" ExtremeTech 12:33 PM
  • "Intel's fix for Meltdown and Spectre had a bug of its own" Neowin 6:53 AM
  • "China shuts Marriott's website over Tibet and Taiwan error" BBC 9:50 AM
  • "AMD is deploying a patch for the second Spectre CPU vulnerability: It has admitted that its chips are susceptible to both Spectre variants." Engadget 9:06 AM
  • "Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (2018) hands-on review: We inspect Lenovo's fresh 8th-gen Core-powered lappy at CES 2018" The Inquirer 7:32 AM
  • "Intel's Response to Chip Meltdown Deepens Rift With Microsoft" Bloomberg 7:36 AM
  • "Eurozone economy grows faster than seen" MarketWatch 7:47 AM
  • "Microsoft is finally bringing end-to-end encryption to Skype: But it still looks awful" The Inquirer 6:52 AM