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Tuesday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Amazon Quietly Ends Controversial Price Parity Requirement for Third-Party Sellers" Thurrott 7:54 AM
  • "New Noise-Blocking Material Could Make Jets and Drones Super Quiet" Gizmodo 1:38 PM
  • "Intel CPU Shortages Reportedly To Get Worse Through Q2 2019" HotHardware 4:59 PM
  • "Windows 7: What is your company's exit strategy? If your business is still running on Windows 7, it's time to get serious about how you're going to handle the January 14, 2020 end of support. Here are your four options." ZDNet 2:15 PM
  • "Google Cloud hires another Oracle veteran for top role" Reuters 8:30 AM
  • "HP Envy x360 review: a compact 2-in-1 that tries to do too much, and mostly succeeds" 91 Mobiles 8:17 AM
  • "Galaxy Note9's unlocked and Verizon variants start receiving Android Pie in the U.S." Neowin 7:53 AM
  • "Google paid former exec $35 million after harassment claim: Google acknowledged the unredacted claims in the lawsuit Monday and said in a statement that there are 'serious consequences for anyone who behaves inappropriately at Google.'" NBC News 8:16 AM
  • "History of the World Wide Web - 30 years in 30 pictures" Telegraph 7:55 AM
  • "Web creator discusses what went wrong" BBC 7:44 AM
  • "Intel Cascade Lake Xeon CPUs Rumored For April Launch, Cascade Lake-X Set For Computex Debut" HotHardware 4:33 PM
  • "RED is working on a 'pro camera version' of the Hydrogen One: RED is 'radically changing the Hydrogen program'" The Verge 1:17 PM
  • "Game over for Shockwave as Adobe confirms it will end support from 9 April: Say hello, shockwave goodbye" The Inquirer 7:49 AM
  • "The World Wide Web Turns 30: Our Favorite Memories From A To Z" The Verge 12:42 PM
  • "Uber agrees to pay drivers $20 million to settle independent contractor lawsuit" TechCrunch 11:41 AM
  • "HP Reimagines OfficeJet Pro Portfolio — Introduces Smart Printers and Time-Saving Tools for Small Businesses" Nasdaq 8:14 AM
  • "Microsoft: Windows 10 can now automatically uninstall buggy updates/Along with blocks on releasing Windows 10 to certain users, Microsoft will now remove updates that aren't compatible with the installed version of Windows 10." ZDNet 7:49 AM
  • "Windows 10's Phone Mirror Feature Could Arrive This Week" Thurrott 11:39 AM
  • "European markets mixed as investors wait for vote on revised Brexit deal" MarketWatch 8:22 AM
  • "Yup, Verizon Texting Was Busted" Gizmodo 11:39 AM