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Tuesday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Docusign has filed to go public in yet another 2018 IPO" Recode 1:07 PM
  • "HP's tiny laser printers are the length of a pencil" Engadget 7:14 AM
  • "Intel shows off the Hades Canyon NUC motherboard" Hexus 7:09 AM
  • "Rachio announces a new smart sprinkler controller, raises $10M" TechCrunch 12:28 PM
  • "Nikon goes after video pros with the D850 Filmmaker's Kit: You get an Atomos recorder, three fast lenses and microphones for $5,500." Engadget 11:33 AM
  • "Cambridge Analytica CEO suspended, and that's not even the worst news for them today" The Register 8:46 PM
  • "Microsoft Surface Book 2 15in review: Expensive hybrid brilliance" Expert Reviews 7:22 AM
  • "Eight Roads Ventures launches new $375M scale-up fund for European and Israeli startups" TechCrunch 6:44 AM
  • "The End for Facebook's Security Evangelist" New York Times 7:43 PM
  • "Microsoft is going to make the Windows update process slightly less terrible" BGR 10:54 AM
  • "CoEdition raises $4 million from NEA and others for its plus-sized shopping site for women" TechCrunch 11:47 AM
  • "Google is hiring software engineers for multiple locations: Here's how you can apply" India Today 7:07 AM
  • "OnePlus 6 release date, specs and price: Oppo's R15 reveals what the OnePlus 6 will look like/Yeah, it's probably going to feature a notched display" The Inquirer 6:41 AM
  • "IBM Watson unveils the AI-infused Watson Assistant. It's no Alexa or Siri" USA Today 7:07 AM
  • "Ford is adding 4G LTE to all its vehicles, just in time for 5G to arrive" BGR 6:38 AM
  • "Policymakers admit they need to get more intelligent about artificial intelligence" GeekWire 12:46 PM
  • "IBM's Watson-based voice assistant is coming to cars and smart homes: You'll find it in various devices in the future." Engadget 6:38 AM
  • "Microsoft delivers first test build of Windows Server 2019" ZDNet 12:25 PM
  • "IBM unveils the world's smallest computer (1mm x 1mm)" Hexus 7:17 AM
  • "UpGuard's new security tool automatically spots firms' data leaks: The new service will help companies find and secure data they inadvertently expose." Engadget 8:10 AM