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  2. The Verge

    Former Google employee files lawsuit alleging the company fired him over pro-diversity posts
    The Verge
    A former Google engineer is suing the company for discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination, according to court documents filed today. Tim Chevalier, a software developer and former site-reliability engineer at Google, claims ...
    Ex-Google engineer's lawsuit says liberal views got him firedCNET
    Google fired disabled, transgender man for opposing his co-workers' bigotry and white supremacy, lawsuit allegesThe Mercury News
    Former Google employee suing over alleged wrongful firingThe Hill
    The Guardian -KARE -Gizmodo -Business Insider
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  3. Phone Arena

    Qualcomm raises its bid for NXP, so Broadcom lowers its offer for Qualcomm (VIDEO)
    Phone Arena
    After Qualcomm on Tuesday hiked its offer for auto chip producer NXP by 16% to $44 billion ($127.50 a share), Broadcom today dropped its bid for Qualcomm by 4% to $117 billion. Qualcomm, which was already complaining that the offer valued the company ...
    Qualcomm and Microsoft Collaborate with Leading Retailers to Distribute Always Connected PCs to ConsumersMENAFN.COM
    What It Takes to Be a Whistle-Blower: DealBook BriefingNew York Times
    The Math Still Works for Broadcom's Hostile Bid For
    Seeking Alpha -Wall Street Journal -Reuters -Forbes
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  4. Los Angeles Times

    An amateur astronomer testing a new camera happens to catch a supernova as it's being born
    Los Angeles Times
    Say cheese! This shot of supernova 2016gkg in NGC 613 was taken by a group of UC Santa Cruz astronomers on Feb. 18, 2017, with the 1-meter Swope telescope. (Carnegie Institution for Science, Las Campanas Observatory, Chile). Peering at a distant galaxy ...
    The first burst of an exploding supernova has finally been capturedUSA TODAY
    A Star Is Shorn: The Fine Art of Spotting Supernovae Is Ideal for AmateursScientific American
    Amateur Astronomer Tests New Camera, Catches Birth of a SupernovaNewsweek
    Gizmodo -UC Berkeley -New York Times
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  5. Gizmodo

    Uh Oh, Snap
    Social-media monarch Kylie Jenner—a longtime Snapchat power user and arguably one of the most important trendsetters on there—suggested on Wednesday she may be done with the app, which is bad news for a company that has already seen numerous users ...
    Snapchat responds to the 1.2 million users who signed a petition to kill the redesignBGR
    Snapchat: 'We Completely Understand' the Redesign HatePCMag
    Snapchat response to user revolt over iPhone app redesign advises of new features, no rollback to earlier versionAppleInsider (press release) (blog)
    Lifehacker -9to5Mac -Business Insider -The Hill
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  6. CNET

    2019 Hyundai Santa Fe goes edgy, gets a diesel
    Like most new-car dealers, Hyundai franchisees have been clamoring for more crossover SUVs. Seemingly no matter the size, price or class, American customers can't get enough soft-roading in their lives. The problem has been more acute with Hyundai than ...
    Hyundai Celebrates World Debut of the All-New 2019 Santa FePR Newswire (press release)
    2019 Hyundai Santa Fe unveiledAutoblog (blog)
    2019 Hyundai Santa Fe: Feast Your Eyes On 122 PhotosCarscoops
    CarsGuide -CarAdvice -autoevolution -Automotive News (blog)
    all 15 news articles »

  7. The Verge

    Blade's ambitious PC game streaming platform finally launches in the US today
    The Verge
    French startup Blade announced today that its Shadow game streaming service is launching in California, marking the first time the company will be making its product available in the US. Blade has been operating in France since July 2016, where it ...
    Shadow virtualizes a high-end gaming PC on your desktop clunkerEngadget
    Blade emerges from the shadows with a virtual PC gamers will loveDigital Trends
    Hands on: Blade's Shadow cloud gaming service can be a bumpy ridePCWorld
    CNET -BGR -Hot Hardware -VentureBeat
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  8. TechCrunch

    Intel ships update for newest Spectre-affected chips
    Intel has announced that the fix is out for its latest chips affected by Spectre, the memory-leakage flaw affecting practically all computing hardware. The patch is for the Skylake generation (late 2015) and newer, though most users will still have to ...
    Intel ships (hopefully stable) microcode for Skylake, Kaby Lake, Coffee LakeArs Technica
    Intel Releases Spectre Patches for Kaby Lake, Coffee LakeExtremeTech
    Intel rolls out Spectre updates for 7th and 8th-gen Core chipsThe Verge
    Threatpost -The Register -TechTarget -ZDNet
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  9. The Independent

    Doctors should prescribe more antidepressants for people with mental health problems, study finds
    The Independent
    More people should be offered drugs when suffering from mental health problems, according to a new study which calls into question recent concerns about over prescription. Research from Oxford University, which was published in The Lancet, found that ...
    These Antidepressants Are Most Effective, Study SaysTIME
    Study seeks to end antidepressant debate: the drugs do workReuters
    The drugs do work: antidepressants are effective, study showsThe Guardian
    Healio -MedPage Today -New Atlas
    all 13 news articles »


    Facts About SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Rocket
    The Falcon Heavy is a large cargo-lifting rocket developed by private spaceflight company SpaceX. When it launched on its maiden voyage on Feb. 6, 2018, the rocket was the most powerful booster in operation at that time. (The Saturn V, which launched ...
    SpaceX gears up again for its first Starlink satellite launch after winds force delayYahoo News
    How SpaceX and NASA's rockets compareThe Hill
    Fresh off Falcon Heavy, Elon Musk to launch broadband test satellitesABC News
    Smithsonian -Business Insider -Ars Technica -Quartz
    all 188 news articles »

  11. Ars Technica

    Learning from scantily clad dancer scandal, Xbox exec calls for inclusivity
    Ars Technica
    LAS VEGAS—In just over four years as head of Xbox and executive vice president of gaming at Microsoft, Phil Spencer has overseen some tough times for the gaming brand. But he says one of the most difficult lessons he has learned in that time came ...
    Head of Xbox Calls for Greater Inclusivity, Less Toxicity in Video
    DICE 2018: Xbox Head on Microsoft's Cultural Transformation and Lessons LearnedIGN
    Xbox One X is the beginning of a new era for Xbox, and the Master Chief Collection update proves itGamesRadar
    ChristianToday -USgamer -MMOExaminer
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