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Wednesday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "A fine vintage: Wine has run Microsoft Solitaire on Linux for 25 years/Year of the Linux Desktop imminent for a quarter century" The Register 8:29 AM
  • "How To View Your Hotspot Connection Speed On Windows 10" AddictiveTips 7:36 PM
  • "AMD 12nm Polaris 30 GPUs set to land in Radeon RX-680 graphics cards before year-end" V3 8:10 AM
  • "IBM Cloud titsup: Techies investigate troubling storage underperformance" The Register 9:50 AM
  • "Microsoft's $400 iPad rival won't have the powerful Intel processors of other Surface tablets" BGR 3:28 PM
  • "Microsoft's rumored $400 Surface could come with much less powerful chips" The Verge 9:51 AM
  • "Google would like you to know that your Gmail is safe even though people you don't know can read it" BGR 7:45 AM
  • "AMD Destroys Nvidia In 'Battlefield 5' Mainstream GPU Benchmarks" Forbes 7:51 AM
  • "Surface Lite details: OG Surface returns with Pentium inside" SlashGear 9:38 PM
  • "Samsung investigating messaging bug that sends private photos to contacts at random" Telegraph 8:29 AM
  • "Chipmakers fall, led by Micron as Chinese court blocks it from selling some chips" MarketWatch 7:52 AM
  • "Asian markets end mostly lower as China's Tech Stocks slump: Tech-heavy ChiNext slides more than 2%" MarketWatch 8:36 AM
  • "How to hide your Gmails from prying eyes" BBC 8:18 AM
  • "Microsoft's new iPad contender set to offer Intel Pentium CPU, report says" TrustedReviews 1:49 PM
  • "Internet connectivity is a human right, and Rightmesh has a plan to fulfill it" Digital Trends 9:49 AM
  • "Baidu goes all in on AI at dev conference" V3 8:30 AM
  • "Microsoft's Budget Surface Tablet To Reportedly Use Intel Pentium Processors" HotHardware 3:54 PM
  • "Microsoft's $400 Surface reportedly shows up in OpenCL benchmark" Neowin 6:48 PM
  • "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1160 6GB Mobile GPU Reportedly To Arrive In Max-Q Design Laptops Later This Year" HotHardware 3:53 PM
  • "Who's reading your Gmail? Not us, says Google, and we vet 3rd-party apps that do: Google says it doesn't get paid for giving third-party apps access to Gmail and checks them thoroughly." ZDNet 7:47 AM