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1. Super Micro says review found no malicious chips in motherboards (reuters.com)
457 points by teddyfrozevelt 9 hours ago | 29 comments
2. Firefox 64 Released (hacks.mozilla.org)
456 points by feross 3 hours ago | 52 comments
3. Amazon’s Chips Threaten Intel (nytimes.com)
399 points by zone411 22 hours ago | 37 comments
4. DigitalOcean launches its container service (techcrunch.com)
372 points by neom 5 hours ago | 19 comments
5. Just tell me how to use Go Modules (kablamo.com.au)
311 points by boyter 18 hours ago | 21 comments
6. After landing a lucrative job at a tech startup, I had made a terrible mistake (torontolife.com)
308 points by wolco 20 hours ago | 44 comments
7. PracticalAI – A practical approach to learning machine learning (github.com)
306 points by peterkul126 19 hours ago | 5 comments
8. How the Dreamcast Copy Protection Was Defeated (fabiensanglard.net)
280 points by fafner 12 hours ago | 19 comments
9. SIGIL, a New Doom Campaign by John Romero (romerogames.ie)
254 points by mratzloff 20 hours ago | 16 comments
10. EU Copyright: Block Everything, Never Make Mistakes, but Don't Use Upload Filter (techdirt.com)
245 points by em3rgent0rdr 21 hours ago | 17 comments
11. GoDaddy is a scam (reddit.com)
241 points by k0t0n0 7 hours ago | 34 comments
12. House Oversight Committee Report on Equifax Breach [pdf] (oversight.house.gov)
237 points by chair6 23 hours ago | 18 comments
13. Why I'm usually unnerved when modern SSDs die on us (utcc.utoronto.ca)
221 points by stargrave 14 hours ago | 27 comments
14. Twenty Years of Open Source Erlang: A Retrospective from the trenches (erlang-solutions.com)
219 points by francescoc 8 hours ago | 14 comments
15. FreeBSD 12.0 is now available (lists.freebsd.org)
172 points by tachion 3 hours ago | 11 comments
16. Amazon, Amid Crackdown on Seller Scams, Fires Employees Over Data Leak (wsj.com)
170 points by juokaz 7 hours ago | 16 comments
17. The Firefox Dilemma (blog.tawhidhannan.co.uk)
169 points by tannhaeuser 13 hours ago | 39 comments
18. Fintech startup Plaid raises $250M at a $2.65B valuation (techcrunch.com)
159 points by AiaMD13 9 hours ago | 26 comments
19. The Cube Rule of Food Identification (cuberule.com)
157 points by zdw 1 hour ago | 20 comments
20. San Diego's Bird Scooter Hoarding Problem (scottresearch.com)
153 points by gscott 16 hours ago | 31 comments
21. Forrest Mims, Radio Shack, and the Notebooks That Launched a Thousand Careers (hackaday.com)
138 points by blueatlas 21 hours ago | 15 comments
22. Tetris (colinfahey.com)
132 points by berkaay 13 hours ago | 24 comments
23. Project A119 (en.wikipedia.org)
130 points by benbreen 22 hours ago | 12 comments
24. Adventures in Video Conferencing Part 1: The Wild World of WebRTC (googleprojectzero.blogspot.com)
114 points by walterbell 20 hours ago | 8 comments
25. 'Dying All Tensed-Up': 30 Years Since the Troubled Secret Mission of STS-27 (americaspace.com)
106 points by pinewurst 17 hours ago | 6 comments
26. US Border Officers Don’t Always Delete Collected Traveler Data (engadget.com)
104 points by toufiqbarhamov 5 hours ago | 5 comments
27. Inside the Philly DA’s side hustle –selling seized homes to speculators and cops (planphilly.com)
102 points by walterbell 20 hours ago | 8 comments
28. Harvard Quietly Amasses California Vineyards–and the Water Underneath (wsj.com)
98 points by laurex 3 hours ago | 8 comments
29. The Complexity Trap: Think Before You Leap (danielwestheide.com)
98 points by chedine 21 hours ago | 11 comments
30. Millennials Didn’t Kill the Economy. The Economy Killed Millennials (theatlantic.com)
93 points by paulpauper 5 hours ago | 15 comments
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