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- Washington sues Facebook, Google over political ad spending - Posted on 2018-06-06
- Amazon introduces PC designs to integrate Alexa into PCs - Posted on 2018-06-06
- Apple just took a shot at Facebook's web-tracking empire - Posted on 2018-06-05
- Intel's 28-core 5 GHz CPU: coming in Q4 - Posted on 2018-06-05
- Apple deprecates OpenGL, OpenCL in macOS Mojave - Posted on 2018-06-05
- Asus replaced the touchpad with a touchscreen - Posted on 2018-06-05
- Apple will let developers port iOS apps to macOS in 2019 - Posted on 2018-06-04
- Apple announces macOS 10.14 Mojave - Posted on 2018-06-04
- Apple previews iOS 12 - Posted on 2018-06-04
- Apple previews watchOS 5 - Posted on 2018-06-04
- Facebook gave device makers deep access to user data - Posted on 2018-06-04
- It's official: Microsoft is acquiring Github - Posted on 2018-06-04
- Android Developers Blog: insider attack resistance - Posted on 2018-06-04
- How to Android without Google - Posted on 2018-06-03
- GrafX2: a bitmap paint program inspired by Deluxe Paint - Posted on 2018-06-03
- ReactOS can build itself - Posted on 2018-06-03
- Microsoft has been talking about buying GitHub - Posted on 2018-06-03
- Game Boy Camera Canon EF lens mount - Posted on 2018-06-03
- Apple leaks macOS 10.14 dark mode, Xcode 10 - Posted on 2018-06-02
- VLC becomes one of first ARM64 Windows apps - Posted on 2018-06-01
- Steam's unclear pornography rules hurt small game developers - Posted on 2018-06-01
- macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 released - Posted on 2018-06-01
- Google plans not to renew its contract with the US military - Posted on 2018-06-01
- Arm Cortex-A76 unveiled: taking aim at the top for 7nm - Posted on 2018-06-01
- Apple is blocking Telegram updates following Russian ban - Posted on 2018-05-31
- Sailfish OS 2.2.0 released - Posted on 2018-05-31
- The real power of Linux executables - Posted on 2018-05-31
- Samsung won't be forced to update old phones - Posted on 2018-05-31
- How a Pentagon contract became an identity crisis for Google - Posted on 2018-05-31
- Intel launches Optane DIMMs up to 512GB - Posted on 2018-05-31
- Atari launches Indiegogo campaign for VCS, reveals its specs - Posted on 2018-05-30
- Introducing Mono on AIX and IBM i - Posted on 2018-05-30
- Why is Elon Musk raging at "big media"? - Posted on 2018-05-30
- Nebulet: microkernel that implements WebAssembly in Ring 0 - Posted on 2018-05-30
- Lobotomizing GNOME - Posted on 2018-05-30
- UTC is enough for everyone... Right? - Posted on 2018-05-30
- How to enable case sensitivity for NTFS support for folders - Posted on 2018-05-29
- iOS 11.4 released - Posted on 2018-05-29
- Porting guide from Qt 1.0 to 5.11 - Posted on 2018-05-29
- "Huawei's new MateBook X Pro is the best laptop right now" - Posted on 2018-05-29
- PUBG takes US game firm to court - Posted on 2018-05-29
- 'Crush them': oral history of the lawsuit that upended Silicon Valley - Posted on 2018-05-28
- NetBSD network security audit - Posted on 2018-05-28
- Game companies need to cut the crap: loot boxes are gambling - Posted on 2018-05-28
- The Windows 10 April Update (1803): the littlest big update - Posted on 2018-05-28
- USB reverse engineering: down the rabbit hole - Posted on 2018-05-27
- The AD9361: when microchips are more profitable than drugs - Posted on 2018-05-27
- The forgotten '80s home robot trend - Posted on 2018-05-27
- There's real reasons for Linux to replace ifconfig, netstat, et al. - Posted on 2018-05-25
- US news sites block EU readers due to GDPR - Posted on 2018-05-25

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