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Thursday, February 20, 2020Feb 20, 2020





The Tech Revolt Finally Comes For Oracle

Oracle isn’t a household name. Its product is software and cloud computing, and its customers are other companies—and so, it’s avoided a lot of scrutiny.

Gizmodo20 Feb 2020
The Hill20 Feb 2020


The Verge

The Most Interesting New Android 11 Features So Far

Google is making some big promises here with Android 11 features, including: improved support for 5G, better privacy features, and new messaging interfaces.

The Verge20 Feb 2020



MIT System Predicts The Best Way To Deflect An Asteroid

We’re not in immediate danger of any asteroids colliding with Earth — at least not as far as anyone’s aware. But it’s not like it hasn’t happened before.

TechCrunch20 Feb 2020
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