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- A lot can happen in a decade - Posted on 2018-03-11
- Genode 18.02 introduces Sculpt OS - Posted on 2018-03-09
- Microsoft adds new Windows 10 privacy controls - Posted on 2018-03-06
- Clang is now used to build Chrome for Windows - Posted on 2018-03-06
- History of the browser user-agent string - Posted on 2018-03-06
- Bad iPhone notches are happening to good Android phones - Posted on 2018-03-06
- WP 8.1 users are having trouble downloading apps - Posted on 2018-03-05
- European Union plans to tax tech giants on local revenue - Posted on 2018-03-05
- Android Go phones show how much you can get for $100 - Posted on 2018-03-01
- Can the United States search data overseas? - Posted on 2018-03-01
- Apple is launching medical clinics for its employees - Posted on 2018-03-01
- Sailfish OS 3 announced - Posted on 2018-02-28
- Announcing Flutter beta 1 - Posted on 2018-02-28
- Nokia launches new 8110 4g with KaiOS - Posted on 2018-02-26
- Compiler bug? Linker bug? Windows kernel bug. - Posted on 2018-02-26
- Apple in China: who holds the keys? - Posted on 2018-02-23
- The Google Assistant is going global - Posted on 2018-02-23
- Android One becomes the new Google Play Edition - Posted on 2018-02-23
- Project: 2ine, OS/2 binaries on Linux - Posted on 2018-02-21
- Linux ported to Nintendo Switch - Posted on 2018-02-21
- The case against Google - Posted on 2018-02-21
- Stephen Elop and the fall of Nokia revisited - Posted on 2018-02-21
- Programming AmigaOS 4 - Posted on 2018-02-19
- Microsoft documents the limitations of Windows 10 on ARM - Posted on 2018-02-19
- Eric Lundgren faces prison for trying to extend life span of PCs - Posted on 2018-02-19
- Facebook turned its two-factor security 'feature' into spam - Posted on 2018-02-15
- Head to head, does the Apple HomePod really sound the best? - Posted on 2018-02-15
- Chrome to start blocking annoying ads - Posted on 2018-02-13
- Why paper jams persist - Posted on 2018-02-13
- The insane amount of backward compatibility in Google Maps - Posted on 2018-02-13
- Google's next Android overhaul said to embrace 'notch' - Posted on 2018-02-13
- Designing Windows 95's user interface - Posted on 2018-02-10
- MATE 1.20 released - Posted on 2018-02-10
- Intel made smart glasses that look normal - Posted on 2018-02-07
- Windows 10 S becoming a mode, not a version - Posted on 2018-02-07
- Switch to Windows 95 - Posted on 2018-02-05
- The shallowness of Google Translate - Posted on 2018-02-05
- Apple prepares macOS for discontinuation of 32-bit app support - Posted on 2018-02-03
- How WeChat came to rule China - Posted on 2018-02-01
- The Faery Tale Adventure: a personal history - Posted on 2018-02-01
- Essential to skip 8.0 Oreo release, goes straight to 8.1 - Posted on 2018-02-01
- AMD returns to full-year profitability - Posted on 2018-02-01
- Verizon, Apple continue to lobby against your 'right to repair' - Posted on 2018-01-30
- How Apple built a chip powerhouse - Posted on 2018-01-30
- Microsoft releases update to disable Intel's Spectre mitigations - Posted on 2018-01-29
- Extensions in Firefox 59 - Posted on 2018-01-27
- Want to see all data Windows 10 sends Microsoft? - Posted on 2018-01-27
- Building a Lightroom PC - Posted on 2018-01-24
- EU fines Qualcomm for abuse of dominant market position - Posted on 2018-01-24
- Unlocked PS4 consoles can now run copies of PS2 games - Posted on 2018-01-23

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