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Friday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Windows 10 update (and retirement) calendar: Mark these dates" InsiderPro 10:35 AM
  • "Intel to Offer 8-Core Xeon NUC: Intel's tiny desktop PC solution is getting bigger to accomodate graphics cards, but also to help cool a Xeon E or Core i7 vPro chip." PC Magazine 6:58 AM
  • "Android 101: how to free up space on your phone/Make more room for your data" The Verge 8:15 AM
  • "Paul Allen's Petrel project wins spotlight in TV show about Pacific War shipwrecks" GeekWire 8:17 PM
  • "Microsoft blacklisted TSO Host's email IPs from Hotmail, Outlook inboxes and no one seems to care" The Register 7:47 AM
  • "A month with Minecraft Earth: Is Microsoft's AR adventure the next Pokémon GO?" Windows Central 8:38 AM
  • "Xbox Scarlett release update: Microsoft's Ninja deal is just what they need to combat PS5" Daily Star (UK) 9:09 PM
  • "Huawei's new smartphone operating system is 'completely different from Android and iOS'" ZDNet 6:57 AM
  • "AMD CEO Lisa Su discusses her company's resurgence" Axios 9:55 AM
  • "Ajit Pai loses another court case as judges overturn 5G deregulation" Ars Technica 6:02 PM
  • "New DoS attack exploits algorithms to knock sites offline: The attack sends junk data to algorithms for processing." Engadget 7:54 AM
  • "HP Inc. to Announce Third Quarter Fiscal 2019 Earnings on August 22, 2019" HP 8:36 AM
  • "Here's why the internet is obsessed with 'number neighbors,' a viral trend where people text phone numbers one digit away from their own" Business Insider 7:43 AM
  • "Alexa, can you tell me how many Chinese kids were forced into working nights to build this unit? Your wondrous Amazon smart speaker may be tainted with the paw prints of child labour" The Register 7:44 AM
  • "Trump announces that the US won't be doing business with Huawei" Business Insider 10:36 AM
  • "Amazon workers in Minnesota walk off the job over parking issues: Amazon has faced a series of walkouts and protests at Minnesota warehouses." Ars Technica 11:15 AM
  • "YouTube lets biggest stars off the hook for breaking rules, moderators say: Moderators say YouTube overrode them when high-profile creators went too far." Ars Technica 12:27 PM
  • "Trump is drafting an order to regulate Facebook and Twitter for bias: 'They're treating conservatives very unfairly,' says Trump" The Verge 12:28 PM