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- ChrysaLisp: an assembler/C-Script/Lisp 64bit OS - Posted on 2017-10-14
- What nobody told me about the Netherlands - Posted on 2017-10-14
- Microsoft breaches Dutch data protection law with Windows 10 - Posted on 2017-10-14
- Samsung CEO to resign citing 'unprecedented crisis' - Posted on 2017-10-13
- Sailfish 2.1.2 released - Posted on 2017-10-12
- TwinKick: dual Kickstart boot via floppy for Amiga 1000 - Posted on 2017-10-12
- KDE Plasma 5.11 released - Posted on 2017-10-10
- Disabling the Intel Management Engine - Posted on 2017-10-10
- Microsoft finally admits Windows Phone is dead - Posted on 2017-10-09
- Reverse engineering the macOS High Sierra supplemental update - Posted on 2017-10-09
- On notches, chins, and foreheads - Posted on 2017-10-07
- Control the operating system, control the future - Posted on 2017-10-05
- Lenovo's 25th anniversary ThinkPad is here - Posted on 2017-10-05
- Bluetooth won't replace the headphone jack - walled gardens will - Posted on 2017-10-05
- A eulogy for Eudora - Posted on 2017-10-05
- Assassin's Creed Origins will have a combat-free 'discovery tour' - Posted on 2017-10-05
- EU finds Luxembourg gave illegal tax benefits to Amazon - Posted on 2017-10-04
- Apple and Qualcomm's billion-dollar war over an $18 part - Posted on 2017-10-04
- Is Chrome OS ready to be a tablet OS? - Posted on 2017-10-02
- Apple open-sourced iOS and macOS kernel for ARM - Posted on 2017-10-02
- Apple: Macintosh a better platform for 3D animation than Amiga - Posted on 2017-09-29
- FreeBSD quarterly status report Q2 2017 - Posted on 2017-09-29
- Apple: a semiconductor superpower in the making - Posted on 2017-09-29
- Ataribox has $250-300 price point, Linux core, custom AMD chip - Posted on 2017-09-28
- Apple switches from Bing to Google - Posted on 2017-09-26
- Arcan 0.5.3, Durden 0.3 released - Posted on 2017-09-26
- Apple releases macOS High Sierra - Posted on 2017-09-26
- China blocks WhatsApp, broadening online censorship - Posted on 2017-09-25
- iPhone 8 is world's fastest phone (it's not even close) - Posted on 2017-09-24
- Dive into the details of iOS 11: is Apple still detail-oriented? - Posted on 2017-09-21
- Google buys large part of HTC's smartphone team - Posted on 2017-09-21
- Redox 0.3.3 released - Posted on 2017-09-20
- Swift 4.0 released - Posted on 2017-09-20
- iOS 11 on the 2017 iPad Pro 12.9" convinced me it's the future - Posted on 2017-09-19
- CCleaner downloads infected with malware - Posted on 2017-09-19
- HP shows us what a real workstation looks like with a 56-core Z8 - Posted on 2017-09-19
- What the iPhone X borrowed from the Palm Pre - Posted on 2017-09-15
- FSFE: publicly funded software has to be open source - Posted on 2017-09-15
- Google renames Fuchia's Magenta kernel to Zircon - Posted on 2017-09-15
- "Honolulu": Microsoft's new Windows Server management tool - Posted on 2017-09-14
- The enduring influence of Metroid - Posted on 2017-09-14
- The dystopia we signed up for - Posted on 2017-09-14
- Why you shouldn't unlock your phone with your face - Posted on 2017-09-13
- Apple's A11 Bionic SoC is kind of insane - Posted on 2017-09-13
- Apple sets release dates for macOS High Sierra, iOS 11 - Posted on 2017-09-12
- Apple introduces iPhone 8, iPhone X - Posted on 2017-09-12
- iOS 11 GM leak confirms D22 - Posted on 2017-09-09
- Data of 143 million Americans stolen from Equifax - Posted on 2017-09-07
- LLVM 5.0.0 released - Posted on 2017-09-07
- Bringing back the iPhone headphone jack - in China - Posted on 2017-09-07

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