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Friday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Google Pixel 3a XL vs. OnePlus 6T: The contest for midrange mastery" Digital Trends 9:09 AM
  • "Google Assistant 2.0 isn't just a minor evolution; it's a game-changing upgrade" Digital Trends 7:47 AM
  • "Amazon backtracks on planned S3 changes that would hamper free speech activists" The Register 7:57 AM
  • "I Can't Get Gmail to Load and It's Driving Me Crazy" Lifehacker 9:10 AM
  • "This Senator Wants to Ban Videogame Loot Boxes Aimed at Kids" Wired 8:41 AM
  • "Microsoft SharePoint servers are under attack: Canadian and Saudi cyber-security agencies warn of attacks that have been going on for at least two weeks." ZDNet 1:39 PM
  • "AMD Releases Radeon Pro Software for Enterprise 19.Q2: Gaming Driver Support for Radeon Pro" AnandTech 10:21 AM
  • "Analyst: Intel flash supply partnership prospects could point to SK Hynix" The Register 11:40 AM
  • "IDC: High-end VR grew 60% in 2018, users have smartwatch-level satisfaction" VentureBeat 11:30 AM
  • "Android Q's Live Caption will only work on 'select phones'" VentureBeat 10:20 AM
  • "Windows 10 is Active on 825 Million Devices" Thurrott 1:35 PM
  • "Huawei is about to take on Oracle in the database market" Fast Company 11:17 AM
  • "Over 40 Percent of Amazon's Sellers Are Based in China: If you're not buying direct from Amazon, chances are you're dealing with a Chinese merchant regardless of which regional Amazon website you shop with." PC Magazine 11:10 AM
  • "Oracle's legal woes deepen: Big Red sued (again) for age and medical 'discrimination'" The Register 11:17 AM
  • "TiVo plans to split its product and licensing divisions" Engadget 8:34 PM
  • "Oracle To Lay Off 1,600 Staff In China" SupChina 11:17 AM
  • "WD Blue SN500 SSD Review: NVMe Performance, Dirt Cheap" HotHardware 11:11 AM
  • "5 Little Things from Google I/O That Could Be Big News for You" Gizmodo 12:28 PM
  • "Microsoft vs. Google: Why this browser war isn't about privacy" ZDNet 6:34 PM
  • "People are calling for Zuckerberg's resignation. Here are just five of the reasons why." MIT Technology Review 7:47 AM