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Saturday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Tesla car hacked at Pwn2Own contest: Research duo who hacked Tesla car win the competition's overall standings. They also get to keep the car." ZDNet 1:12 PM
  • "Hands on with Microsoft's new Edge Browser built on Chromium" Thurrott 4:21 PM
  • "A first look at Microsoft's new Chromium-powered Edge browser" The Verge 9:57 AM
  • "Researchers find 36 new security flaws in LTE protocol" ZDNet 9:04 AM
  • "HP Spectre x360 vs. Dell XPS 15: Which Laptop Wins?" LAPTOP Magazine 10:53 AM
  • "Microsoft's New Edge Browser Revealed: Is the Chrome Killer Here?" LAPTOP Magazine 8:22 PM
  • "Microsoft Drives Stunning Success In New World Of Connected-Car Platforms" Forbes 11:46 AM
  • "Women in tech work to debug the industry's diversity problem at HopperX1 Seattle conference" GeekWire 12:19 PM
  • "Intel Shows What Its Discrete Xe Graphics Cards Look Like And The Crowd Goes Wild" HotHardware 11:48 AM
  • "IBM is the 'Leader' in Blockchain Technology, Jesse Lund Says" Smartereum 11:44 AM
  • "The Google Stadia Backlash Has Begun" Kotaku 5:36 PM
  • "Google Expert Explains Why You Get So Many Robocalls, Spam Calls" Forbes 4:43 PM
  • "How Windows 10's Reserved Storage Will Impact Your Organization" ITPro Today 10:48 AM
  • "A eulogy for every product Google has ruthlessly killed (145 and counting): 'This project was born as an act of criticism toward a culture of software product churn,' says the creator of Killed By Google, an archive of products lost to the sands of time." Fast Company 10:39 AM
  • "IBM To Develop Platform To Track Authenticity Of Medicines In Africa" BTC Wires 11:45 AM
  • "Intel teases its graphics card in prototype renders" TweakTown 11:46 AM
  • "Are Cheap Laptops Good Enough? My Month with a Sub-$500 PC" LAPTOP Magazine 10:50 AM
  • "Google Stadia has promise — if it can resolve these 3 questions" VentureBeat 10:53 AM
  • "How id Software went from skeptical to excited about Google Stadia streaming: A 'lackluster' 2016 demo gradually evolved into successful blind comparison tests today." Ars Technica 10:49 AM