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Thursday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Asian markets mostly rise after RBA sparks hopes of interest-rate cuts" MarketWatch 7:08 AM
  • "Android vulnerability lets hackers wreak havoc using, er, a PNG file: Basic pwn isn't being exploited, Google says" The Inquirer 6:12 AM
  • "Facebook: No, we don't limit your News Feed to 26 people/The social network shoots down an old copypasta that's apparently seeing a resurgence." Engadget 6:12 AM
  • "'How to moderate online content'" BBC 6:06 AM
  • "Musiio raises $1M to let digital music services use AI for curation" TechCrunch 5:56 AM
  • "Microsoft adds background blur support to Skype for desktops and laptops" Neowin 5:49 AM
  • "These Are Samsung's Upcoming Galaxy Buds" Thurrott 5:57 AM
  • "Raspberry Pi opens first High Street store in Cambridge" BBC 5:46 AM
  • "Flickr: Seriously, Download Your Photos Before March 12 or Lose Them Forever" Gizmodo 6:05 AM
  • "Moto G7 quartet makes official debut ahead of MWC: Budget devices arrive in Blighty next month from £149" The Inquirer 8:09 AM
  • "Microsoft's Surface Headphones will be available in eight new markets from March" Neowin 5:56 AM
  • "Intel's Ice Lake might fix Meltdown, but speculative bugs are here to stay" Digital Trends 6:41 AM
  • "Microsoft redesigns the board picker for its Whiteboard app on iOS" Neowin 6:31 AM
  • "Germany says 'nein' to Facebook's heavy-handed data collection in landmark ruling: Watchdog sets limits on the amount of data social network can slurp" The Inquirer 6:06 AM
  • "Germany lets users decide if Facebook can merge their WhatsApp and Instagram data: The privacy regulator has been tough on the company in recent years." Engadget 6:31 AM
  • "Google's Leasing Spree Extends To Austin, Putting More Pressure On The City's Office Market" Forbes 6:54 AM
  • "US stocks lower on US-China trade talk concerns" FOXBusiness 10:11 AM
  • "Facebook ordered by Germany to gather less data" BBC 6:06 AM
  • "Facebook Says It Needs to Collect All Your Data to Protect Against Terrorism and Child Abuse" Gizmodo 6:05 AM
  • "Low-Income Teens Have as Many Smartphones as Everyone Else—but Far Fewer PCs: In the US, the lower the household income, the less likely it is a teenager in that home will own or have access to a laptop or desktop computer." PC Magazine 6:59 AM