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Saturday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren unboxing and first impressions" Neowin 2:53 PM
  • "Reddit bans 61 accounts linked to 'suspected campaign from Russia': It uncovered 'a pattern of coordination.'" Engadget 6:26 AM
  • "Haswell is back: Intel reverses decision to discontinue 22nm Pentium CPUs" TechSpot 7:08 PM
  • "The Surface Book 3 might come with a secondary display" MSPoweruser 9:20 AM
  • "Inside Intel's billion-dollar transformation in the age of AI" Fast Company 7:08 PM
  • "Microsoft Announces the End of Microsoft Office on Windows Phones" Softpedia 7:07 PM
  • "Microsoft redesigns flagship Office apps for mobile productivity" SlashGear 9:20 AM
  • "Hack Could Allow Windows 7 to Get Updates for Three More Years" Softpedia 7:07 PM
  • "Five tips for stress-free tech travel: If you are traveling over the holidays, or you have business or leisure trips planned for 2020, here are a selection of tips to help make your travel as stress-free and painless as possible." ZDNet 6:22 AM
  • "Ericsson to pay over $1 billion to resolve U.S. corruption probes" Reuters 6:21 AM
  • "Microsoft president Brad Smith says work on JEDI continues" CNBC 7:07 PM
  • "Hands on with the reborn Motorola razr" Neowin 11:00 AM
  • "Can I keep a feature from Windows 7 while upgrading my computer?" Seattle Times 9:19 AM
  • "Intel Markets Their 9th Gen Core CPUs Better Than 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen" WCCFTech 7:08 PM
  • "The PC was supposed to die a decade ago. Instead, this happened: Back on January 27, 2010, a very Big Thinker declared the PC dead. A decade later, the PC is very much alive, although a time traveler from 2010 might not recognize it. Here's how this endangered species evolved and survived." ZDNet 9:14 PM
  • "Google is ending support for the Explorer Edition of Glass: It's rolling out a final update for the wearable." Engadget 6:40 AM
  • "Bernie Sanders vows to break up huge ISPs and regulate broadband prices: Sanders would regulate broadband as utility and spend $150 billion on networks." Ars Technica 4:52 PM
  • "PS5 could take virtual reality gaming to the next level with this brilliant device" BGR 12:26 PM
  • "Google, Intel, MIT, and more: a NeurIPS conference AI research tour/The 32nd annual NeurIPS conference on artificial intelligence kicks off in Vancouver this weekend. Check out some of the research highlights in this selective review." ZDNet 8:25 PM