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Tuesday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Picture this: PhotoMirage creates moving images from still photographs" Digital Trends 10:25 AM
  • "Microsoft Surface Go is a 'cheap' Windows tablet with an Intel Pentium CPU: Redmond talks up tablet as it's 'smallest and lightest' yet" The Inquirer 8:04 AM
  • "Nikon's P1000 takes the superzoom crown with a beastly 125X lens: The 3,000mm equivalent camera will cost you $1,000." Engadget 8:06 AM
  • "Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy Tab S4 show up in new alleged renders" 9to5Google 8:53 PM
  • "Microsoft Surface Go Is a Cheap, Tiny Tablet That Might Just Beat the iPad" Gizmodo 8:05 AM
  • "Why was Elon Musk at the Thai cave rescue?" BBC 10:36 AM
  • "Freshly baked storage: Take a pinch of Intel Skylake silicon, some flash powder, sprinkle into IBM's FlashSystem/9100 and 9150 arrays slide out of the oven, added to line up" The Register 10:46 AM
  • "Google Brain Has Expanded To Amsterdam" Forbes 6:23 PM
  • "Hewlett Packard Enterprise selected to support supercomputer brain simulation" GeekWire 8:06 AM
  • "Floating Island Crypto Nation Aims for New Way of Governance" News BTC 10:36 AM
  • "The FCC wants to charge you $225 to review your complaints: Under current rules, the Commission is required to hear your opinion" The Verge 5:10 PM
  • "Nvidia uses deep learning to fix photo noise: Works without ever being shown what a noise-free image looks like" V3 11:23 AM
  • "Samsung Electronics Brings Next Wave of High-Performance Storage with Mass Production of Fifth-generation V-NAND" Samsung 8:54 AM
  • "Minimal Ubuntu for containers and clouds" ZDNet 8:48 AM
  • "Samsung trademark hints at a future Galaxy Watch: Will the device be a departure from its Tizen-based Gear wearables?" Engadget 8:53 AM
  • "Google named most exciting US company for employees: survey"" [""Microsoft ranked just behind Google as the second most exciting place to work in the U.S. Like Alphabet, Microsoft scored highly among millennials and employees valuing stability. Rounding out the top five was Boeing, which ranked third; Apple, which ranked fourth; and Disney, which ranked fifth.""] FOXBusiness 5:02 PM
  • "Facebook Gave a Russian Internet Giant a Special Data Extension" Wired 5:05 PM
  • "Samsung opens world's largest mobile phone factory in India" The Next Web 8:53 AM