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TechNN Archive: Saturday, February 10, 2018


  • "When culture eats software for breakfast, lunch and dinner" ZDNet 9:30 PM
  • "What you may not understand about crypto's millionaires" VentureBeat 7:09 PM
  • "Why Comparing Smartphone Specs is a Waste of Time" Gizmodo 10:15 AM
  • "Think you know web browsers? Take this quiz and prove it." [Slideshow] Computerworld 9:00 AM
  • "I tried 11 websites that let you file your taxes online for free — and there's something for everybody" Business Insider 8:43 AM
  • "Huawei Mate 10 Pro First Impressions" Thurrott 2/9
  • "Net Neutrality: Why it's Vital for Digital Transformation" InformationWeek 2/9
  • "Smart Home is a Home that's always spying on you" Om Malik 2/9
  • "The rise of Logan Paul, the 22-year-old millionaire who has 20 million followers — and keeps royally upsetting YouTube" Business Insider 2/9
  • "Op-ed: YouTube cuts off Logan Paul's ads, but neither has learned their lesson" Ars Technica 2/9
  • "Researchers grew a fully mature human egg in a lab" Engadget 2/9
  • "New tech 'addictions' are mostly just old moral panic" Engadget 2/9
  • "Prediction #6 -- AI comes of age, this time asking the questions, too" BetaNews 2/9
  • "When it comes to technology we love, is it ever really obsolete?" ZDNet 2/9
  • "Cryakl ransomware decryption keys now available for free" ZDNet 2/9
  • "Crypto's go-to wallet forked as MyEtherWallet co-founder launches rival service" TechCrunch 2/9