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Thursday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Microsoft's Visual Basic .Net dead? No, it's fifth most popular programming language" ZDNet 6:31 AM
  • "What Windows Lite means for the future of Microsoft" The Week 6:20 AM
  • "Intel might launch a super-powered 8-core Core i9 Ghost Canyon X NUC mini PC" TechRadar UK 6:17 AM
  • "The trust dilemma of continuous background checks: Plus Huawei CFO craziness, SoftBank IPO, and more" TechCrunch 11:54 AM
  • "Microsoft Breaks Its Flagship PC With New Windows 10 Update" Forbes 7:45 AM
  • "AMD's leaked Ryzen 3 line-up looks like it'll give Intel's Core CPUs a run for their money: Intel really needs to get it's 10nm CPUs out in the wild" The Inquirer 11:54 AM
  • "Microsoft Edge: What went wrong, what's next/Microsoft's grand browser experiment flopped in the marketplace, so the company is turning to an unlikely successor: the open-source Chromium project. Can it succeed where EdgeHTML failed?" ZDNet 2:39 PM
  • "How to Update Windows 10 Using Delivery Optimization" Softpedia 7:45 AM
  • "Google Assistant is Getting AI-Powered Audio News" Thurrott 1:45 PM
  • "Oracle v. Rimini Street Lawsuit: A Guide" Forbes 6:21 AM
  • "Artificial Intelligence and the coming of the self-designing machine: AI and Generative Design are set to change everything we know about manufacturing." Ars Technica 11:54 AM
  • "Massive outage at O2 affects 32 million customers/Updated 1000GMT: It's the end of days, people" The Inquirer 6:07 AM
  • "Inflation theories must dig deeper to avoid collision with data: BICEP and Keck combine data, but primordial gravitational waves remain hidden." Ars Technica 7:25 AM
  • "Google Says Goodbye to Allo" Thurrott 10:18 AM
  • "Japanese cafe uses robots controlled by paralysed people" BBC 7:43 AM
  • "UK Parliament publishes reams of Facebook internal docs, exposing the social network's machinations for user data: What the Zuck was Facebook thinking with some of its ideas" The Inquirer 6:07 AM
  • "Windows 10 blue screen: Microsoft blocks buggy 1803 update to Surface Book 2s/The buggy update was your choice to install, Microsoft tells owners of its $3,000 flagship Surface device." ZDNet 6:31 AM
  • "LeanIX, the SaaS that lets enterprises map out their software architecture, closes $30M Series C" TechCrunch 6:04 AM
  • "Beneath a Surface — Dead Tree Edition Now Available" Thurrott 2:21 PM
  • "US securities, global stocks down on Huawei CFO arrest" FOXBusiness 6:40 AM