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Wednesday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "PC makers: Intel CPU shortages are here ... for six months/If it's not one DRAM thing, it's another" The Register 9:21 AM
  • "Huawei plans to ditch Intel in favour of its own server chips: The Chinese tech firm wants a bigger slice of the cloud cake" The Inquirer 9:21 AM
  • "Google introduces a new Chromecast, but very, very quietly: Because it's nothing to shout about" The Inquirer 8:01 AM
  • "Microsoft open-sources its entire patent portfolio: Microsoft has joined the Open Invention Network, an open-source patent consortium. By so doing, it is offering its entire patent portfolio: royalty free: to all other Open Invention Network members." ZDNet 8:11 AM
  • "Windows 10 1809 bungle: We won't miss early problem reports again, says Microsoft/Microsoft makes changes to its Feedback Hub after failing to notice early reports flagging up data losses caused by the Windows 10 October 2108 Update." ZDNet 8:12 AM
  • "The cheapest cloud storage options in 2018, both free and paid-for" Expert Reviews 10:39 AM
  • "King's College London adopts Nvidia's AI tech to improve NHS radiology services: DGX-2 supercomputer will tackle 3D datasets in 'minutes, rather than days'" The Inquirer 8:00 AM
  • "Nintendo Switch Online now includes an easier version of 'Zelda': It's an unexpectedly 'souped-up' take on an old classic." Engadget 7:38 AM
  • "Google Pixel 3 hands-on review: Shaping up to be a solid slice of pure Android hardware" The Inquirer 8:01 AM
  • "Boeing leads $3M round to boost Accion Systems' electric space propulsion system" GeekWire 2:43 PM
  • "Google Pixel 3 Australian pricing: The newly unveiled Google Pixel 3 starts at AU$1,199 from Google, while the XL model is priced from AU$1,349, with telco monthly pricing ranging between AU$84 and AU$199 on Telstra and AU$58 and AU$115 on Optus." ZDNet 8:00 AM
  • "Adobe security update fixes a handful of critical bugs, ignores Flash Player: The light set of updates does not contain a single security patch for Flash, an unusual event for the company." ZDNet 8:00 AM
  • "Dropbox text recognition makes it easier to find images and PDFs: It's limited to Professional, Business Advanced and Enterprise users, though." Engadget 7:38 AM
  • "Google Pixel bets on software, localisation to entice APAC consumers: Available from November 1 in five Asian markets, including Singapore and Taiwan, the latest smartphone release features tighter integration with the vendor's AI-powered apps such as Google Lens Assistant." ZDNet 8:00 AM
  • "Microsoft sends borked Windows 10 October Update back to Insiders: And we should see it soon too" The Inquirer 8:01 AM
  • "Dark Web vendor with totally amazing beard sentenced to 20 years in prison: 'I know he's regretting everything, and I know he'll never make the same mistake!'" Ars Technica 7:37 AM
  • "Dell EMC general manager named businesswoman of the year: Aisling Keegan honoured at 12th Women Mean Business Awards" Tech Central 8:49 AM
  • "Google appeals against €4.3bn Android fine" BBC 7:37 AM
  • "Google Pixel 3 hands-on—Not the best first impression: If the Pixel 3 succeeds, it will be in spite of its hardware design." Ars Technica 9:20 AM