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- How Doug Engelbart pulled off the Mother of all Demos - Posted on 2018-12-10
- How a major bug in the October 2018 Update slipped past Microsoft - Posted on 2018-12-10
- Android Emulator picks up support for Fuchsia's Zircon kernel - Posted on 2018-12-08
- Google Play Services no longer supports Android 4.0 - Posted on 2018-12-08
- BATAS 8086 assembler written in MS-DOS batch files - Posted on 2018-12-08
- Goodbye, EdgeHTML - Posted on 2018-12-08
- A visual defragmenter for the Commodore 64 - Posted on 2018-12-08
- LG Releases Gram 17 laptop: ultra-thin, 17.3" display - Posted on 2018-12-08
- Microsoft announces switch to Chromium for Edge - Posted on 2018-12-06
- What is Windows Lite? - Posted on 2018-12-06
- Riding in Waymo One, Google's first self-driving taxi service - Posted on 2018-12-05
- Qualcomm announces the details of the Snapdragon 855 - Posted on 2018-12-05
- Measuring Google's "filter bubble" - Posted on 2018-12-05
- Visual Studio 2019 preview released - Posted on 2018-12-04
- Announcing open source of WPF, Windows Forms, and WinUI - Posted on 2018-12-04
- Google's cross-platform Flutter UI toolkit hits version 1.0 - Posted on 2018-12-04
- Microsoft to replace Edge with Chromium-powered browser - Posted on 2018-12-04
- PC/GEOS source code released under Apache 2.0 license - Posted on 2018-12-04
- What makes BeOS and Haiku unique - Posted on 2018-12-04
- Buying a Commodore Amiga 30 years later - Posted on 2018-12-03
- Announcing PhysX SDK 4.0, an open-source physics engine - Posted on 2018-12-03
- Surface 'Centaurus' is another dual-screen Microsoft PC - Posted on 2018-12-03
- Nvidia created the first game demo using AI-generated graphics - Posted on 2018-12-03
- Samsung's folding screen tech stolen and sold to China - Posted on 2018-12-01
- Facebook considered selling user data - Posted on 2018-11-30
- UTF-7: a ghost from the time before UTF-8 - Posted on 2018-11-30
- Go 2, here we come! - Posted on 2018-11-30
- Haiku R1/beta1 in Vagrant - Posted on 2018-11-29
- Google makes a case to never buy a Pixel at launch again - Posted on 2018-11-29
- Amazon developed its own ARM core for its own cloud services - Posted on 2018-11-28
- Stories of harsh working conditions in the video game industry - Posted on 2018-11-28
- McKernel: a light-weight multi-kernel operating system - Posted on 2018-11-28
- Antitrust, the App Store, and Apple - Posted on 2018-11-28
- Fortran is still a thing - Posted on 2018-11-27
- Huawei is testing Google's Fuchsia OS on the Honor Play - Posted on 2018-11-27
- US top court hears Apple App Store antitrust dispute - Posted on 2018-11-27
- Dayna MacCharlie - Posted on 2018-11-24
- Flutter: the good, the bad and the ugly - Posted on 2018-11-23
- Video games in East Germany: the Stasi played along - Posted on 2018-11-23
- Google, Microsoft working on Chrome for Windows 10 on ARM - Posted on 2018-11-22
- Secure boot in the era of the T2 - Posted on 2018-11-22
- Windows' kernel once tried to deal with gamma rays - Posted on 2018-11-21
- Bringing the Android kernel back to the mainline - Posted on 2018-11-20
- The IBM z14 microprocessor and system control design - Posted on 2018-11-20
- Xformer 10 released: Atari 8-bit emulator for Windows - Posted on 2018-11-20
- Running Windows software on ARM with Wine - Posted on 2018-11-20
- The Intel Core i9-9980XE review: refresh until it hertz - Posted on 2018-11-20
- Impact assessment shows privacy risks of Microsoft Office - Posted on 2018-11-17
- Limiting the power of package installation in Debian - Posted on 2018-11-17
- Firefox Nightly now with experimental Wayland support - Posted on 2018-11-17

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