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Friday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "The 2019 Huawei MateBook X Pro Is Still the Better MacBook Pro with Windows" Gizmodo 11:00 AM
  • "Microsoft resurrects Clippy and then brutally kills him off again" The Verge 8:09 AM
  • "BlackRock close to buying risk platform eFront for $1.3bn" Financial Times 7:52 AM
  • "Mark Zuckerberg's big new vision for Facebook could be hugely damaging for law enforcement — and he knows it" Business Insider 8:15 AM
  • "Pinterest steps up planning for IPO, aims to list shares on NYSE in April: WSJ" Reuters 8:11 AM
  • "Indonesia's Kargo comes out of stealth with $7.6M from Travis Kalanick, Sequoia and others" TechCrunch 8:03 AM
  • "Microsoft Hummingbird Launched, an AI-Powered News App for Android Users" Clarksburg Caller 8:58 AM
  • "Oracle spaffed $30bn on buybacks over the past 9 months, but analysts warn it can't last forever" The Register 7:52 AM
  • "MBX 2019 analysis – Oracle updates its AI strategy for B2B, including the impact of DataFox" Diginomica 8:39 AM
  • "Microsoft tech support scammer pleads guilty to defrauding victims of $3 million" ZDNet 8:53 AM
  • "Oracle Loses Bid to Overturn Former Employee's Motion to Compel Arbitration" The Recorder 8:39 AM
  • "AT&T's fake 5G is slower than rivals' real 4G" Fast Company 9:48 AM
  • "Microsoft Surface Pro 6 with keyboard scores massive $330 discount for a limited time" phoneArena 8:55 AM
  • "Led by Microsoft vets and Intelius co-founder, Clocktree rolls out telehealth platform for healthcare counseling" GeekWire 1:55 PM
  • "Microsoft SA unveils policy innovation centre" IT Web 8:55 AM
  • "Instagram is facing a reckoning over misinformation" The Verge 8:09 AM
  • "Intel Details Faster Gen 11 Graphics Architecture" ExtremeTech 8:48 AM
  • "Facebook doesn't waste time, it wastes attention spans. That's worse/Commentary: Growing up, my parents told me watching TV would ruin my attention span. Now, I can't even concentrate on TV long enough for it to do that." CNET 7:56 AM
  • "Facebook briefly called one of its execs the 'VP of integrity' in a blog post about the New Zealand mass shooting, but quietly changed it after a journalist noticed" Business Insider 10:56 AM