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Thursday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Oh look, another broken Windows update! KB4493472 and KB4493446 causing issues" gHacks 7:06 AM
  • "Samsung's new Galaxy: A80 kills the notch with popup rotating camera/The rear cameras on Samsung's mid-range Galaxy A80 slide and flip around." ZDNet 7:11 AM
  • "Windows 7 problems: Microsoft blocks April updates to systems at risk of freezing/Microsoft halts Windows 7 patches for Sophos users after updates trigger boot failures, which also affect Avast users." ZDNet 10:49 AM
  • "Nvidia's Ray Tracing For GTX 10-Series Cards Will Drag Down FPS: Owners of GTX 10-series cards can begin downloading Nvidia drivers that'll enable ray tracing effects for applicable games starting today. But you'll probably need to lower the game's graphics settings to make it playable with ray tracing on." PC Magazine 12:16 PM
  • "China stocks lead declines for Asia as Fed minutes show data may tweak stance" MarketWatch 7:41 AM
  • "Microsoft kills Windows XP all over again: This is the sort of thing 'flogging a dead horse' was first penned for" The Inquirer 6:59 AM
  • "Amazon, Microsoft chosen to compete for Pentagon cloud computing contract: Tech giants compete for US$10b contract" Reuters 6:56 AM
  • "Global Data Backup And Recovery Market Shows Growth Due To Rising Adoption of Cloud-Based Data Backup Solutions | Market Opportunities and Forecast, 2019-2025 | Major Companies: Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Company, IBM Corp., Microsoft Corp., Oracle" PR 7:02 AM
  • "Firefox comes to Snapdragon-powered Windows 10 PCs: The first beta build is available today, if you're feeling brave." Engadget 8:44 AM
  • "Acer Announces New PCs, Chromebooks" Thurrott 2:03 PM
  • "AMD Ryzen Continues To Bother Intel, Again Outsells Intel By 2:1" SegmentNext 7:03 AM
  • "Intel shortages, weak-ass consumer spending, 'peak' Win10 refresh. No, global PC market didn't grow in Q1: Down in EMEA, US, Latin America, APAC. Aw bless... Top 3 vendors profited from small fry's pain, though" The Register 7:04 AM
  • "Julian Assange Dragged Out of Ecuadorian Embassy and Arrested by British Police" Gizmodo 7:00 AM
  • "'It's impossible to prepare': Brexit delay fuels further confusion in UK tech industry/A new 'Brextension' delays the UK leaving the European Union until October. But the continued uncertainty around Brexit is leaving many in the technology industry confused, frustrated - and losing out on business." ZDNet 10:56 AM
  • "YouTube TV gets nine new channels, raises price to $50 per month" BGR 8:04 AM
  • "Acer Outs Premium And Stylish ConceptD Laptops And Desktops For Creators" HotHardware 4:13 PM
  • "Trint, the AI-powered transcription service, closes $4.5M Series A" TechCrunch 6:59 AM
  • "Thousands of Amazon employees hear what you say to Alexa" BGR 6:56 AM
  • "Amazon acquires robotic delivery startup Canvas Technology: The startup focuses on the end-to-end autonomous delivery of goods." ZDNet 6:59 AM
  • "Serious flaws leave WPA3 vulnerable to hacks that steal Wi-Fi passwords: Next-gen standard was supposed to make password cracking a thing of the past. It won't." Ars Technica 8:00 AM