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- Microsoft makes more Windows apps removable - Posted on 2018-10-20
- It isn't how often MS updates Windows; it's how it develops it - Posted on 2018-10-20
- Google app suite costs as much as $40 per phone in the EU - Posted on 2018-10-19
- High-res graphics on a text-only TRS-80 - Posted on 2018-10-19
- Tim Cook demands Bloomberg retracts spy chips story - Posted on 2018-10-19
- Arcan versus Xorg: approaching feature parity - Posted on 2018-10-19
- Ubuntu 18.10 released - Posted on 2018-10-18
- OpenBSD 6.4 released - Posted on 2018-10-18
- Facebook under fire as US officials back removal of Zuckerberg - Posted on 2018-10-17
- Interface Hall of Shame: QuickTime 4.0 Player - Posted on 2018-10-17
- The new Palm is a tiny phone you can't buy separetely - Posted on 2018-10-17
- elementary OS 5 Juno released - Posted on 2018-10-17
- Google details how it will comply with the EC's Android ruling - Posted on 2018-10-17
- Adobe bringing full version of Photoshop CC to iPad in 2019 - Posted on 2018-10-16
- Paul Allen, Microsoft's co-founder, is dead at 65 - Posted on 2018-10-15
- Snap, Flatpak and AppImage, package formats compared - Posted on 2018-10-15
- Cops told 'don't look' at iPhones to avoid Face ID lock-out - Posted on 2018-10-15
- Intel virtualisation: how VT-x, KVM and QEMU work together - Posted on 2018-10-15
- What developers say about the Apple TV a gaming console - Posted on 2018-10-15
- Jeff Hawkins is finally ready to explain his brain research - Posted on 2018-10-15
- Firefox removes core product support for RSS/Atom feeds - Posted on 2018-10-13
- The Interim Operating System - Posted on 2018-10-13
- OpenBSD's unveil() - Posted on 2018-10-12
- Pro-privacy DDG hits 30M daily searches, up 50% in a year - Posted on 2018-10-12
- Google's new smart display does not run Android Things - Posted on 2018-10-11
- The Pixel 3 uses Samsung's super-fast F2FS file system - Posted on 2018-10-11
- What's a CPU to do when it has nothing to do? - Posted on 2018-10-11
- Microsoft joins Open Invention Network - Posted on 2018-10-10
- Google Call Screen: a robot that will answer spam calls - Posted on 2018-10-09
- KDE Plasma 5.14 released - Posted on 2018-10-09
- IBM ThinkPad Power Series 850 - Posted on 2018-10-09
- New evidence of hacked Supermicro hardware at US carrier - Posted on 2018-10-09
- Google unveils Pixel 3, Pixel Slate - Posted on 2018-10-09
- Apple's secret repair kill switch hasn't been activated - yet - Posted on 2018-10-09
- The benefits and costs of writing a POSIX kernel in Go - Posted on 2018-10-08
- Intel announces 9th Gen Core processors - Posted on 2018-10-08
- Google exposed user data, chose to not disclose it - Posted on 2018-10-08
- Microsoft pulls Windows 10 October 2018 Update - Posted on 2018-10-06
- AnandTech's iPhone XS review - Posted on 2018-10-05
- iPhones sold in China to use specific China-made NAND - Posted on 2018-10-05
- Why do computers use so much energy? - Posted on 2018-10-05
- A minimal C64 Datasette program loader - Posted on 2018-10-04
- How China used a tiny chip to infiltrate US companies - Posted on 2018-10-04
- Microsoft is embracing Android as the mobile version of Windows - Posted on 2018-10-03
- Windows 10 October 2018 Update released - Posted on 2018-10-03
- Announcing flickerfree boot for Fedora 29 - Posted on 2018-10-03
- Broadband industry sues California over net neutrality bill - Posted on 2018-10-03
- Visopsys 0.8.3 released - Posted on 2018-10-02
- AmigaOS 3.1.4 for classic Amigas released - Posted on 2018-10-02
- The engineering miracle of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Posted on 2018-10-02

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