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Saturday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "AMD — 'We Need to Start Talking About Ray Tracing'" eTeknix 7:07 AM
  • "Global Coprocessor Market Analysis Report 2019-2024: AMD, NVIDIA, Apple, Intel, ARM, Imagination Technologies, Qualcomm, NXP" Accent Planet 7:08 AM
  • "G20 agrees to push ahead with digital tax: communique" Reuters 7:08 AM
  • "Microsoft adds new calendar-related feature to Outlook for Android" phoneArena 12:14 PM
  • "Inside the farm of the future: Microsoft shows us how emerging technologies like the cloud, IoT and artificial intelligence will transform agriculture, helping farms grow more produce and consume fewer resources." CNET 7:10 AM
  • "Google Confirms Android Smartphone Security Backdoor" Forbes 7:06 AM
  • "Diebold Nixdorf warns customers of RCE bug in older ATMs: ATM vendor rolls out software update, says no attacks detected in the wild, low chance of exploitation." ZDNet 6:58 AM
  • "Preview: When And Where To Watch Microsoft's Big Xbox Press Conference And What To Expect" Forbes 10:00 AM
  • "Microsoft Deleted Their Entire Facial Recognition Database For Some Reason" Hot Air 8:56 PM
  • "OnePlus 7 Pro review: I'm spoiled for all other screens" Neowin 3:05 PM
  • "Maker Faire ceases operations amid financial trouble: It might not be the end, but it's dark times for homebrew tech." Engadget 6:42 PM
  • "Microsoft deletes massive facial recognition data set: The 'MS Celeb' data set had over 10 million images" TechSpot 8:56 PM
  • "Our current technology success metrics are broken: a call for healthier design habits/Leading UX thinkers publish a manifesto of sorts, urging less clutter and a more minimalist approach to technology. 'Discussions around our unhealthy relationship with technology are becoming mainstream.'" ZDNet 8:59 PM
  • "Microsoft Purges Massive Facial Recognition Database As Privacy Concerns Mount" HotHardware 6:23 PM
  • "The Catch-22 that broke the Internet: Google's big outage also blocked access to the tools Google needed to fix it." Ars Technica 8:10 PM