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Tuesday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Intel has no chance in servers and they know it: Numbers straight from the horses mouth" SemiAccurate 11:37 AM
  • "Facebook: Hey Can We Pretty Please Maybe Have Lots of Your Banking Information Too?" Gizmodo 6:39 AM
  • "TSMC says variant of WannaCry forced factory shutdown: Virus made its way onto unpatched Windows 7 machines running critical systems" The Inquirer 6:45 AM
  • "Intel 9th Generation CPUs Will Not Be Affected By Spectre Or Meltdown" SegmentNext 6:56 AM
  • "Facebook wants your financial data, but only to power chat bots: Social network claims it won't snoop on users' purchases" The Inquirer 6:44 AM
  • "This is how Samsung plans to justify the Galaxy Note 9's sky-high price tag" BGR 6:40 AM
  • "Android 9 Pie: everything you need to know/Google's new mobile OS is rolling out to a select group of phones. Here's the lowdown on the new features" The Guardian 6:50 AM
  • "Intel Does Not Want You To Compare It's 14nm Process To AMD's 12nm Process" SegmentNext 6:54 AM
  • "Facebook denies seeking users' bank data" BBC 6:39 AM
  • "Dell paints a bright post-private future: Ola's UK launch, trade wars and the cloud, fitness tech in Asia" Financial Times 6:48 AM
  • "Samsung is building a high-speed 4TB SSD for everyone: The cutting-edge drives 'will herald a massive move to terabyte-SSDs,' it said." Engadget 6:40 AM
  • "FCC admits DDoS attack was completely made up but it's somehow your fault: America's abusive relationship with its favourite regulator adds some more tropes" The Inquirer 10:00 AM
  • "Google is welcome back in China as long as it complies with the law, state media says" CNBC 6:50 AM
  • "Here's Twitter's position on Alex Jones (and hate-peddling anti-truthers) — hint: It's a fudge" TechCrunch 10:00 AM
  • "Microsoft adding support for Movies Anywhere, giving away free X-Men movie: The service already supports films bought from Amazon, Google, and Apple." Ars Technica 6:41 AM
  • "Google Classroom gets a redesign" TechCrunch 11:57 AM
  • "Amazon Alexa can now answer questions that stumped it before: ...or how curiosity can lose you your role as the head of the WI" The Inquirer 11:58 AM
  • "What is deep learning? Everything you need to know" ZDNet 6:44 AM
  • "Hey, Samusung and Google. What's with the 'accidental' leaks?" ZDNet 1:21 PM
  • "Flux partners with fast food merchant itsu for itemised paperless receipts" TechCrunch 6:43 AM