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Saturday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Here is why free upgrades to Windows 10 still work" gHacks 9:02 AM
  • "Microsoft Project review: Clever resource assignment features combined with a powerful interface" TechRadar UK 9:00 AM
  • "Here's what happened when I clicked on an Amazon scam email" NJ Advance Media 8:11 AM
  • "Google's Stadia Controller to Get Wireless Support for Phones, Desktops in 2020" Thurrott 7:54 AM
  • "Intel Says Qualcomm Tactics Forced It to Sell Its Modem Business to Apple at a 'Multi-Billion Dollar' Loss" Thurrott 9:04 AM
  • "Twitter bans House candidate who suggested Ilhan Omar should be hanged" Engadget 8:01 PM
  • "Dell Introduces New Data Domain Protection Appliance" E-3 Magazine 8:54 AM
  • "Why Microsoft Still Allows Free Windows 10 Upgrades And How To Get Yours" HotHardware 3:49 PM
  • "Prime Mover: How Amazon Wove Itself Into the Life of an American City" New York Times 7:50 AM
  • "Microsoft VP Gretchen O'Hara on helping launch Women in Cloud, the work-life continuum, and more" GeekWire 11:21 AM
  • "Cisco patent brings blockchain authentication to 5G networks: 5G networks promise ultra fast mobile data speeds. Now blockchain could help to secure them" Decrypt 8:47 AM
  • "Toddler vs tech: 5 horrying things that have happened to my tech toys" Android Authority 9:10 AM
  • "Scott Adams Has Some Ideas for a Calmer Internet" Wired 8:17 AM
  • "Intel accuses Qualcomm of undermining modem chip market opportunities" Xinhua 9:04 AM
  • "New Android Security Threat: Text Messaging Update Puts 'Most Mobile Users' At Risk" Forbes 8:11 AM
  • "RCS is being implemented dangerously, leaving users vulnerable to attack" BetaNews 8:09 AM
  • "Facebook bowed to a Singapore government order to brand a news post as false" TechCrunch 12:21 PM
  • "The Hidden Phenomenon That Could Ruin Your Old Discs: CDs and DVDs were sold to consumers as these virtually indestructible platters, but the truth, as exemplified by the 'disc rot' phenomenon, is more complicated." Vice 1:25 PM
  • "The future of computing and games" VentureBeat 10:57 AM