New 17-inch LG Gram laptop weighs 2.9 pounds, has nearly 20-hour battery life – Ars Technica

  1. New 17-inch LG Gram laptop weighs 2.9 pounds, has nearly 20-hour battery life  Ars Technica
  2. LG’s Gram laptop line adds a 2-in-1 and ‘lightest’ 17-inch model  Engadget
  3. LG goes large and light with 17 inch gram laptop  New Atlas
  4. New LG Gram laptops kick-off CES 2019 party early  TrustedReviews
  5. LG’s new 2-in-1 device will offer up to 21 hours of battery life and weighs just 2.5 pounds  MSPoweruser
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Intel introduces Foveros: 3D die stacking for more than just memory – Ars Technica

  1. Intel introduces Foveros: 3D die stacking for more than just memory  Ars Technica
  2. Intel Just Gave Us a Glimpse of the Near Future of CPUs  Gizmodo
  3. Intel Architecture Day Ushers 3D Packaging, Sunny Cove CPU Arch, And Dedicated GPU Talks  WccftechTV
  4. Intel unveils Foveros 3D chip stacking and new 10nm ‘chiplets’  The Verge
  5. Intel Unveils Sunny Cove, Gen11 Graphics, Xe Discrete GPU, 3D Stacking  Tom’s Hardware
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Elon Musk on 60 Minutes: “I do not respect the SEC” – Ars Technica

  1. Elon Musk on 60 Minutes: “I do not respect the SEC”  Ars Technica
  2. Tesla’s Elon Musk: What’s changed in a decade?  60 Minutes
  3. Elon Musk says Tesla would consider buying idled GM plants, takes another swing at the SEC on ’60 Minutes’  CNBC
  4. Elon Musk: ‘I do not respect the SEC’  CNN
  5. 7 GIFs of Elon Musk Having a Normal One on 60 Minutes  Gizmodo
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Stranger Things 3 mobile game will let you jump into new Hawkins madness – Ars Technica

  1. Stranger Things 3 mobile game will let you jump into new Hawkins madness  Ars Technica
  2. Stranger Things 3 The Game Announce Trailer – The Game Awards 2018  IGN
  3. Here’s the trailer for a 16-bit RPG game based on Stranger Things’ upcoming third season  The A.V. Club
  4. Stranger Things season 3 is getting its own game  Polygon
  5. Stranger Things 3: The Game Announced  IGN
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22 apps with 2 million+ Google Play downloads had a malicious backdoor – Ars Technica

  1. 22 apps with 2 million+ Google Play downloads had a malicious backdoor  Ars Technica
  2. Google Play testing storage indicator in ‘My Apps’ section, ‘Free Up Space’ option  9to5Google
  3. Why it’s time to get on board with 64-bit on Android  Android Authority
  4. Falcon 9 rocket guides itself to sea – BBC News  BBC News
  5. 6 paid iPhone apps on sale for free on December 6th  BGR
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Edge dies a death of a thousand cuts as Microsoft switches to Chromium – Ars Technica

  1. Edge dies a death of a thousand cuts as Microsoft switches to Chromium  Ars Technica
  2. Microsoft Edge goes Chromium (and macOS)  TechCrunch
  3. Microsoft is rebuilding its Edge browser on Chrome and bringing it to the Mac  The Verge
  4. Microsoft’s Edge to morph into a Chromium-based, cross-platform browser  ZDNet
  5. Microsoft confirms plan to rebuild Edge browser using Chromium on Windows 10  Windows Central
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Rapper sues Epic Games over “unauthorized” Fortnite dance use – Ars Technica

  1. Rapper sues Epic Games over “unauthorized” Fortnite dance use  Ars Technica
  2. Is Fortnite stealing black dance culture? The creator of the ‘Milly Rock’ argues yes in a new lawsuit.  Washington Post
  3. Rapper 2 Milly lawsuit says “Fortnite” video game steals his dance  CBS News
  4. Fortnite makers sued for ‘stealing’ Milly Rock dance move  BBC News
  5. Epic Games sued for swiping ‘Milly Rock’ dance for Fortnite  Polygon
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Google to simplify messaging strategy, will support only five messaging apps – Ars Technica

  1. Google to simplify messaging strategy, will support only five messaging apps  Ars Technica
  2. Google shuts down its smart messaging app Allo  Hindustan Times
  3. Google is shutting down Allo  The Verge
  4. Google confirms Allo will shut down, Hangouts Chat and Meet coming to non-corporate users  Android Police
  5. After months-long ‘pause,’ shortlived Google Allo messaging app will soon be sunset for good  9to5Google
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Smash Bros. Ultimate review: The best fighting game on any Nintendo system – Ars Technica

  1. Smash Bros. Ultimate review: The best fighting game on any Nintendo system  Ars Technica
  2. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Competitor Lands Sick Combo Just Before Ultimate Drops  Kotaku
  3. Smash Bros. Ultimate Accessories: Switch Controllers, Wireless GameCube Adapters, And More  GameSpot
  4. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Review  IGN
  5. Live Action Mii Fighter/amiibo Trailer Comparison  Nintendo Wire
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Samsung Galaxy S10 renders feature a big hole in the display – Ars Technica

  1. Samsung Galaxy S10 renders feature a big hole in the display  Ars Technica
  2. AT&T and Verizon tried to demonstrate 5G in Hawaii, and failed bigtime  The Verge
  3. Samsung and Qualcomm phone prototypes tease our 5G future  CNET
  4. AT&T announces a second Samsung 5G smartphone for 2019  TechCrunch
  5. Qualcomm announces the Snapdragon 855 processor for 5G phones  The Verge
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Waymo One, the groundbreaking self-driving taxi service, explained – Ars Technica

  1. Waymo One, the groundbreaking self-driving taxi service, explained  Ars Technica
  2. Waymo starts commercial ride-share service  CNBC
  3. Waymo One robot taxis are here and we took a ride  The Verge
  4. Waymo’s So-Called Robo-Taxi Launch Reveals a Brutal Truth  WIRED
  5. Finally, the Self-Driving Car  The Atlantic
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Google bridges Android and iOS development with Flutter 1.0 – Ars Technica

  1. Google bridges Android and iOS development with Flutter 1.0  Ars Technica
  2. Google Play Best Apps of 2018: Google Pay & Tik Tok Wins User’s Choice App and Most Entertaining App Titles  LatestLY
  3. 5 ‘hidden gem’ Android apps, according to Google  Business Insider
  4. Google Fi (aka Project Fi): The complete FAQ  Computerworld
  5. Scammy iOS apps used Touch ID to push users toward $99 payouts  The Verge
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Epic undercuts Steam with new store that gives devs more money – Ars Technica

  1. Epic undercuts Steam with new store that gives devs more money  Ars Technica
  2. ‘Fortnite’ Creator Epic Games Launches Online Store With 88% Revenue Share  Variety
  3. Steam is under attack from all sides  GamesIndustry.biz
  4. New Epic Games Store takes on Steam with just 12% revenue share – Tim Sweeney answers our questions  MCV
  5. Fortnite’s Support-A-Creator program has been permanently extended  FortniteINTEL
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Apple will skip 5G in 2019, report says – Ars Technica

  1. Apple will skip 5G in 2019, report says  Ars Technica
  2. Here’s Why Apple’s 5G iPhone Isn’t Coming Until 2020  Tom’s Guide
  3. Samsung slips up with another tweet from iPhone  Cult of Mac
  4. Can’t wait for a 5G iPhone? You’ll have to  Los Angeles Times
  5. Apple jumps, leading technology shares higher as tariff threat to iPhones on hold for now  CNBC
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SpaceX will attempt to fly the same rocket for the third time Sunday – Ars Technica

  1. SpaceX will attempt to fly the same rocket for the third time Sunday  Ars Technica
  2. Watch SpaceX launch its biggest crop of satellites yet with a twice-used rocket  The Verge
  3. Watch SpaceX Attempt Its Wickedly Complex Satellite Launch  WIRED
  4. SpaceX launch Sunday will signify a new advance in reusing rockets  Spaceflight Now
  5. SpaceX set to launch CRS-16 Dragon to ISS  SpaceFlight Insider
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Microsoft Office has pretty new icons but they have a fatal flaw – Ars Technica

  1. Microsoft Office has pretty new icons but they have a fatal flaw  Ars Technica
  2. Microsoft’s new Office icons are part of a bigger design overhaul  The Verge
  3. Microsoft’s redesigned Office icons reflect its move to the cloud  Engadget
  4. Office introduces new machine learning, AI features and more for November  Windows Central
  5. Microsoft’s redesigned Office icons signal big changes for the tech giant  Yahoo Finance
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