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last 10 comments:
Csimbi(08:25 AM CET - Feb,18 2019 )
Office 365 vs. Office 2019

Don't matter because Office 2019 does not really bring anything new over Office 2016 (for the regular users at least) - so noone sane in their mind will pay for the same product all over again; they'll stick to Office 2016.

Submersion Cooling with my Small Novec Demo

CPUs don't make a whole lot of heat.
Try that setup with a GPU. I wonder what happens when all the liquid evaporates... Tank blows?

Windows 10 Will Finally Offer Easy Access to Linux Files

Why not just call it Winux? It's no longer Windows anyway.

Website Uses AI to Generate the Faces of People Who Don't Exist

How would they know it's people that don't exist?

Researchers, scared by their own work, hold back 'deepfakes for

I guess they'd make good lawyers.

Several PWAs in the Microsoft Store found to be mining cryptocurrencies

How is that news?

Razer Shutting Its Digital Game Store This Month, Less than a Year after It Opened

I am hoping to read such news about the Epic Store a year from now.

Amazon Acquires Home Mesh WiFi System Manufacturer Eero

Anything to spy on you more efficiently.

gx-x(06:06 PM CET - Feb,18 2019 )
AT&T Promises 5G for Chicago, Minneapolis in 2019

can't wait to see how many people finally get hospitalized over 5G. I mean, if it kills birds, it must be good for humans. Then again, Chicago, no one will notice, probably.

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