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Tuesday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "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
  • "Microsoft U-turn sees Skype Classic given a reprieve (for the moment): Well, you can't say noone was listening" The Inquirer 6:44 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
  • "What is deep learning? Everything you need to know" ZDNet 6:44 AM
  • "Intel Does Not Want You To Compare It's 14nm Process To AMD's 12nm Process" SegmentNext 6:54 AM
  • "AMD's second-generation Threadrippers available from Monday: Cinebench benchmarks show AMD's Threadripper 2990WX outperforming Intel's Core i9-7980XE by a big margin" Computing 6:54 AM
  • "Android 9 is officially called 'Pie' and it's available now: Bad luck, Poppets fans" The Inquirer 6:45 AM
  • "AMD 2nd Generation Ryzen Threadripper Performance Benchmarks Detailed — 2990WX Crushes The i9-7980XE, 2950X Blazes Past The i9-7900X For Less Than Intel's Offerings" WCCFTech 6:53 AM
  • "Facebook denies seeking users' bank data" BBC 6:39 AM
  • "IBM Unveils 19TB SSD With Everspin MRAM Data Cache" ExtremeTech 6:55 AM
  • "This is how Samsung plans to justify the Galaxy Note 9's sky-high price tag" BGR 6:40 AM
  • "Google is welcome back in China as long as it complies with the law, state media says" CNBC 6:50 AM
  • "Use of online pay-to-watch TV surges ahead" BBC 6:39 AM
  • "Intel Corp Buys Switch Inc, Carbon Black Inc, DocuSign Inc, Sells ForeScout Technologies Inc, Aquantia Corp" GuruFocus 6:56 AM
  • "Facebook: Hey Can We Pretty Please Maybe Have Lots of Your Banking Information Too?" Gizmodo 6:39 AM
  • "SpaceX relaunches the final Falcon 9 rocket design: The Block 5 booster was designed to be used for up to 100 times." Engadget 6:40 AM
  • "Google Classroom gets a redesign" TechCrunch 11:57 AM
  • "The Threadripper 2 32-core CPUs Are Record-Breaking And Also Finally Available For Pre-Order" TechTheLead 6:53 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
  • "Intel has no chance in servers and they know it: Numbers straight from the horses mouth" SemiAccurate 11:37 AM