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Tuesday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Net neutrality is officially dead in the US (except it really isn't)" The Inquirer 8:15 AM
  • "How To Fix Missing Tile Icons On The Start Menu On Windows 10" AddictiveTips 3:46 PM
  • "Fortnite now has 125 million players less than one year after launch" The Verge 8:21 PM
  • "Plume launches SuperPod, its second-generation mesh WiFi puck: The Plume SuperPod gets better capacity and a second ethernet port." Engadget 8:26 AM
  • "Best Buy 'error' reveals Netflix and YouTube apps for the Nintendo Switch: Streaming capabilities could be announced during firm's E3 presser" The Inquirer 8:15 AM
  • "Microsoft's Next-Gen HoloLens is Codenamed Sydney; Arrives Q1, 2019" Thurrott 10:13 AM
  • "How to Use Google Lens' New Features" Lifehacker 8:51 AM
  • "Intel's limited edition Core i7-8086K CPU is officially on sale: For £380, you can get a seriously powerful slice of silicon" The Inquirer 10:09 AM
  • "Intel's new 14nm lake gets a name: Far from pristine waters, this one is a complete mess" SemiAccurate 8:24 AM
  • "Google backtracks on Wear OS' battery-saving features: It had disabled background alarms and jobs, but developers didn't like that." Engadget 10:09 AM
  • "Tesla updates Autopilot to force users to keep their hands on the wheel" BGR 8:07 AM
  • "AT&T and Time Warner deal approved by district court judge" Slate 4:28 PM
  • "All the biggest announcements from Sony's E3 2018 event — including some surprises" BGR 8:07 AM
  • "Asian stock markets mostly gain, exhibit calm around Trump-Kim meeting" MarketWatch 8:36 AM
  • "Sony's E3 2018 show: Our verdict/Breaking down an event that was all about quality over quantity." Engadget 8:15 AM
  • "Google Home can now handle three queries at once" TechCrunch 12:43 PM
  • "Judge rules AT&T can purchase Time Warner" Engadget 3:46 PM
  • "Google Home now handles three requests at the same time" Engadget 2:03 PM
  • "Windows 10 upgrade problems: These are the biggest hassles you face" ZDNet 8:25 AM
  • "Stocks Mixed After Trump-Kim Summit, Wall Street Looks to Fed Meeting: Stocks finished mixed on Tuesday, following the summit between Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and as Wall Street turns its attention the start of the Federal Reserve's two-day meeting." TheStreet 4:11 PM