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Tuesday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "AMD EPYC 7371 Review Now The Fastest 16 Core CPU" Serve The Home 6:47 AM
  • "Fivetran announces $15M Series A to build automated data pipelines" TechCrunch 11:48 AM
  • "Microsoft Reportedly Killing Edge in Favour of a New Chromium-Based Browser" Thurrott 6:30 AM
  • "Intel eggheads put bits in a spin to try to revive Moore's law: MESO tech uses magnetic spin for ones and zeroes, instead of olde-worlde electrons" The Register 6:46 AM
  • "The Secrets Hidden in Our Google Location Data: A teenager built a cool data visualization website. Then people started using it as a tracking tool." Bloomberg 6:45 AM
  • "Microsoft doesn't think the iPad is a real computer: Microsoft returns to iPad comparisons for its latest Surface ad" The Verge 6:51 AM
  • "Microsoft: New icons, new drivers, AI! Everything is awesome! Help on minding your PowerPoint language in this week's MS round-up" The Register 6:47 AM
  • "Microsoft Edge Browser To Be Replaced By A Chromium-Powered Web Browser On Windows 10" Redmond Pie 9:41 AM
  • "Google Doodle marks the life of World War One heroine Edith Cavell" ITV News 6:45 AM
  • "Google Maps: Why is this mysterious location blurred out? What is Google hiding? GOOGLE Maps is used to find locations all over the world but, on some occasions, the internet giant purposely tries to hide certain places - such as this mysterious Russian island." Express UK 6:45 AM
  • "Microsoft reportedly looking to ditch Edge for Chromium: The world of web renderers could be down a significant member should Microsoft can its EdgeHTML renderer." ZDNet 6:31 AM
  • "Busted: Samsung caught pretending a DSLR photo was captured by its own camera phone" BGR 7:55 AM
  • "Report: Microsoft is scrapping Edge, switching to just another Chrome clone/The move would further cement the desktop browser monoculture." Ars Technica 11:54 AM
  • "Report: Microsoft to Replace Edge Web Browser/After Internet Explorer came Edge, but Microsoft's web browser failed to make much of an impact and now it's expected to be replaced by a Chromium-based alternative. The EdgeHTML rendering engine is dead, but will Microsoft continue to call the new browser Edge?" PC Magazine 7:02 AM
  • "Microsoft is rumoured to be ditching Edge in favour of Google's Chromium engine: This would never have happened when Kevin was alive" The Inquirer 6:34 AM
  • "Report: Microsoft is working on a dual-screen device code-named 'Centaurus'" Liliputing 6:47 AM
  • "HPE Q4 tops estimates despite net loss from tax charge: The enterprise player reported fourth quarter net loss of $757 million, or 52 cents a share." ZDNet 5:26 PM
  • "AMD CEO Su Claims Navi Radeon GPUs Will Challenge NVIDIA High-End Turing In 2019" HotHardware 5:03 PM