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Sunday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Samsung steps up B2B game, launches Galaxy XCover Pro with Microsoft Teams integration" ZDNet 8:40 AM
  • "Galaxy Z Flip: Insider Leaks Name Of Samsung's Next Foldable Phone" PC Magazine 2:27 PM
  • "Can AMD Stock Rally more on Analysts' Upgrades?" Market Realist 8:40 AM
  • "R.I.P. Goofy Times: A strange new sensation has settled across the tech industry, one so foreign, so alien, it's almost hard to recognize." TechCrunch 11:44 AM
  • "Breaking News: Nokia makes antitrust mediation with Daimler and automotive suppliers over standard-essential patent licensing fail" Foss Patents 11:45 AM
  • "CES 2020 wrap-up, Vantage V updates, mobile minimalism (MobileTechRoundup show #490)" ZDNet 2:27 PM
  • "Warning: Windows 7 is losing support, but so is this popular version of Ubuntu Linux!" BetaNews 11:44 AM
  • "Living with Windows 7: And Now, The End is Near (Premium)" Thurrott 11:44 AM
  • "Meet the Frankenstein of SSD: A solid state drive that mixes SLC and QLC" TechRadar UK 8:16 AM
  • "Study finds five major US carriers vulnerable to SIM-swapping tactics: The prepaid carriers granted SIM swap requests even if the caller only passed one authentication test." Engadget 8:08 PM
  • "Review: Diesel Axial is a good reminder that choice is Wear OS' strength" 9to5Google 11:44 AM
  • "How Watson AI allows IBM's Advertising Accelerator to do three key things" TechRepublic 8:03 AM
  • "Real-world photos confirm Samsung's next flagship phone is called the Galaxy S20" The Verge 2:19 PM
  • "No, IBM is not the only relevant player in virtual agents" VentureBeat 8:03 AM
  • "The end of Windows 7 is the real end of the PC era: The certainties that Windows 7 embodied have long gone, and that's no bad thing." ZDNet 6:19 PM
  • "These are the coolest foldable devices confirmed for launch in 2020" Mashable 7:50 AM
  • "Computers Are Learning to See in Higher Dimensions: New artificial intelligence techniques can spot patterns not only in 2D images but on spheres and other curved surfaces, lifting AI out of 'flatland.'" Wired 7:50 AM