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- See the long-lost NES prototype of SimCity - Posted on 2018-01-12
- Apple is moving its Chinese iCloud operations to a local firm - Posted on 2018-01-11
- The fight for patent-unencumbered codecs is nearly won - Posted on 2018-01-10
- Gemini is a tiny Android laptop with the spirit of Psion - Posted on 2018-01-10
- Performance impact of Spectre, Meltdown patches on Windows - Posted on 2018-01-09
- Everything is too complicated - Posted on 2018-01-08
- The oldest x86 processor still supported by a modern Linux kernel? - Posted on 2018-01-08
- An 8-tube module from a 1954 IBM mainframe examined - Posted on 2018-01-08
- Finding a CPU design bug in the Xbox 360 - Posted on 2018-01-08
- Interactive X Linux desktop rendered to TTY and streamed over SSH - Posted on 2018-01-05
- Xerox Alto zero-day - Posted on 2018-01-04
- The T2 chip makes the iMac Pro the start of a Mac revolution - Posted on 2018-01-04
- Intel claims other chips also affected by design flaw - Posted on 2018-01-03
- Intel processor design flaw forces Linux, Windows redesign - Posted on 2018-01-03
- Google Fuchsia for Pixelbook - Posted on 2018-01-03
- Arcan 0.5.4, Durden 0.4 released - Posted on 2018-01-03
- Amiga 1000 Phoenix motherboard replacement project - Posted on 2018-01-02
- Android Parallel Tasks incoming with Chrome OS 64 - Posted on 2017-12-28
- How the iPhone X home button works - Posted on 2017-12-28
- Apple to open source the Lisa operating system and applications - Posted on 2017-12-24
- Apple plans to unify iPhone, iPad, Mac apps for one user experience - Posted on 2017-12-20
- CDE on OpenBSD 6.2 - Posted on 2017-12-20
- iPhone performance and battery age - Posted on 2017-12-20
- Unix sockets come to Windows - Posted on 2017-12-20
- Android Emulator gets Quick Boot - Posted on 2017-12-19
- Facebook can now find your face, even when it's not tagged - Posted on 2017-12-19
- Firefox is on a slippery slope - Posted on 2017-12-17
- BlackBerry closes BB10 app store, offers 2 more years of support - Posted on 2017-12-17
- How a counterfeit NES opened up the Russian games market - Posted on 2017-12-17
- AIM will be discontinued on December 15, 2017 - Posted on 2017-12-15
- The FCC just killed net neutrality - Posted on 2017-12-14
- Haiku's first beta is possibly maybe not too far off - Posted on 2017-12-13
- Android Wear gets updated to Android 8.0 Oreo - Posted on 2017-12-13
- AMD pushing out open-source Vulkan driver - Posted on 2017-12-13
- Apple makes iMac Pro available for order - Posted on 2017-12-12
- Microsoft adds an OpenSSH client to Windows 10 - Posted on 2017-12-12
- Microsoft releases free preview of Quantum Development Kit - Posted on 2017-12-12
- Here's what happens when an 18 year old buys a mainframe - Posted on 2017-12-11
- Creating a Christmas card on a vintage IBM 1401 mainframe - Posted on 2017-12-10
- Making a Game Boy game in 2017 - Posted on 2017-12-10
- Qt 5.10 released - Posted on 2017-12-07
- Qualcomm Centriq 2400: the world's first 10nm server processor - Posted on 2017-12-07
- ReactOS 0.4.7 released - Posted on 2017-12-06
- Bitcoin could cost us our clean-energy future - Posted on 2017-12-06
- Windows Phone stymied by moving goalposts, just like Symbian - Posted on 2017-12-06
- HP, Asus announce first Windows 10 ARM PCs - Posted on 2017-12-05
- Tim Cook backs China's internet censorship - Posted on 2017-12-05
- How brands secretly buy their way into website stories - Posted on 2017-12-05
- "Google's Pixel 2 XL is absurdly close to being perfect" - Posted on 2017-12-04
- Facebook's new messaging app aimed at those 13 and under - Posted on 2017-12-04

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