"HP's new Chromebook x360 14 brings business style to Chrome OS: HP also adds AMD processors to one of its existing affordable Chromebooks." Ars Technica 11:29 AM
"HP Chromebook 14 hands-on: AMD's first dance with Chrome OS/It comes with integrated Radeon graphics." Engadget 2:22 PM
"HP's Newest Chromebooks Are Priced Just Right" Gizmodo 2:24 PM
"CES 2019: AMD's new Ryzen 3000 H CPUs pave the way for high-end gaming laptops" Rock, Paper, Shotgun 2:09 PM
"Acer's Chromebook 315 is its first with AMD processors: Time to find out how well Chrome OS works on AMD silicon." Engadget 2:22 PM
"Acer's Chromebook 315 Is a Lot of Laptop for Just $280" Gizmodo 2:24 PM
"AMD announces A4 and A6 processors for Chromebooks" Neowin 2:25 PM
"AMD's latest laptop CPUs include its first chips for Chromebooks: It also claims new Ryzen chips can outperform Intel in some situations." Engadget 2:50 PM
"AMD Delivers 2nd Gen Ryzen 3000 Mobile CPUs To Battle Intel In The Laptop Arena" HotHardware 4:41 PM
"AMD Ryzen 3rd Generation release date, news and rumors" TechRadar UK 7:19 AM
"Dell announces the Latitude 7400 2-in-1 with a sensor that wakes the PC in your presence" Techjuice 7:18 AM
"Windows 10 Home May Finally Allow Users To Pause Updates" HotHardware 4:41 PM
"Why Windows 10 on ARM Matters (Premium)" Thurrott 2:22 PM
"Windows 10 update - Here are all the new features coming to your PC this year: WINDOWS 10 is set for two substantial upgrades this year that are expected to radically transform the Microsoft operating system. Here is a list of all the new features fans have to look forward to." Express UK 1/5
"Microsoft patent hints at the possibility of Surface devices with thinner bezels" Neowin 1/5
"Microsoft partners with Newsguard to fight Fake News" MSPoweruser 1/5
"Microsoft, Google use artificial intelligence to fight hackers: With machine learning able to analyze many different pieces of data, catching unauthorized logins is no longer a matter of a single yes or no." The Indian Express 1/5
"Microsoft Starts Hitting Mute on Cortana's Annoying Windows 10 Setup Voiceover" Brinkwire 1/5
"Huawei unveils Kunpeng 920 server Arm chip: Chinese giant spruiks higher performance with lower power consumption in its own tests." ZDNet 9:01 PM
"Segway Shows Off New Scooter, Self-Driving Robot, E-Skates: At CES, the 'micro-mobility' company debuts the Shared Scooter Model Max and an autonomous Loomo Delivery robot, plus a lot more last-mile transportation devices." PC Magazine 8:35 PM
"Withings' new watch will offer the same game-changing ECG feature as Apple's latest" BGR 7:10 PM
"Huawei P30 might revive the headphone jack: Take this with a grain of salt all the same." Engadget 7:15 AM
"Amazon reports over 100 million Alexa devices sold: It's a big figure, but it doesn't tell the whole story." Engadget 7:08 AM
"Kohler Announces Verdera Voice Smart Mirror With Alexa And Google Assistant Support" Redmond Pie 1/5
"Amazon Has Sold 100 Million Alexa Devices To Date With Blockbuster Holiday Sales" HotHardware 1/5
"Huawei Honor View 20 to start at €549 in Europe, bundled with the Watch Magic" Neowin 1/5
"Asus reveals new Chromebooks and Chrome OS tablet ahead of CES" BGR 1/5
"Amazon Go stores could turn into a billion dollar business" BGR 1/5
"Altogether, more than 1 billion people had their data compromised in 2018" BGR 1/4
"Most home routers don't take advantage of Linux's improved security features: Router firmware rarely includes ASLR, DEP, or RELRO protections, study finds." ZDNet 1/4
"Exclusive: Amazon says 100 million Alexa devices have been sold" The Verge 1/4
"2019: The continuing rise of tech worker power" ZDNet 1/4
"Artificial intelligence may compensate for the opaqueness of supply chains" ZDNet 1/4
"The NFL wants Alexa to be your playoff watching companion" Engadget 1/4
"Xiaomi rumored to be working on a triple-fold phone" The Next Web 1/4
"Samsung insider teases 'gorgeous' Galaxy S10 finishes like nothing we've ever seen before" BGR 1/4
"Screen time might not be so harmful or toxic for kids, experts say" Mashable 1/4
"'No Lackin' challenge tragedy leads to teen's death, charges" New York Post 1/4
"Longtime Google engineer known for speaking out about sexual harassment and controversial projects is leaving" Business Insider 1/4
"Google's Fuchsia OS Will Be Able to Run Android Apps" Thurrott 1/4
"Google's Project Soli radar is sensitive enough to count sheets of paper and read Lego bricks" The Verge 1/4
"Smartphone Addiction Affects Teens and Parents Alike" PC Magazine 1/4
"Stop worrying so much about how much time kids spend looking at screens" BGR 1/5
"Virtual Health Service: How VR Is Helping Patients Face Their Fears/Virtual reality is proving itself a viable, and inexpensive, way to help people with social anxiety and phobias like arachnophobia. We take a look at several apps and services intended to help you face your fears." PC Magazine 1/5
"FlexPai: Hands-on with the first bendy phone" BBC 1/4
"HP EliteBook 1050 G1 review: Brilliant, but not perfect" Expert Reviews 1/4
"Facebook removes propaganda network linked to Russian media group Sputnik"
"Windows 10 October 2018 Update finally shifts to automatic rollout"
"Apple loses appeal in FaceTime lawsuit, must pay VirnetX $440 million"
"BlackBerry KEY2 LE review: Retro productivity with modern security and an affordable price"
"Zix acquires AppRiver in $275 million deal"
"Revolut's clumsy automated bank compliance results in frozen accounts and lack of customer service"
"Microsoft promises $500m to fix Greater Seattle's housing affordability 'crisis'"
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