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31. Google terminated our business via our Google Play Developer Account (blog.usejournal.com)
1660 points by jacquesm 2 months ago | 129 comments
32. Docker cannot be downloaded without logging into Docker Store (github.com)
1614 points by dhuramas 8 months ago | 81 comments
33. How to be a Manager – A step-by-step guide to leading a team (getweeklyupdate.com)
1611 points by voska 10 months ago | 47 comments
34. You Are Not Google (2017) (blog.bradfieldcs.com)
1611 points by gerbilly 19 days ago | 81 comments
35. Shutting Down Google+ for Consumers (blog.google)
1609 points by Nemant 6 months ago | 131 comments
36. US cell carriers are selling access to real-time phone location data (zdnet.com)
1607 points by voctor 11 months ago | 54 comments
37. Start with a Website, Not a Mobile App (atrium.co)
1606 points by jenthoven 3 months ago | 79 comments
38. Chrome 69: “www.” subdomain missing from URL (bugs.chromium.org)
1557 points by gouggoug 7 months ago | 148 comments
39. Bye Bye Mongo, Hello Postgres (theguardian.com)
1551 points by philliphaydon 4 months ago | 56 comments
40. Firefox is back. It's time to give it a try (mobile.nytimes.com)
1551 points by MilnerRoute 10 months ago | 144 comments
41. FaceTime bug lets you hear audio of person you are calling before they pick up (9to5mac.com)
1531 points by uptown 2 months ago | 65 comments
42. Please do not attempt to simplify this code (github.com)
1530 points by whalesalad 3 months ago | 95 comments
43. Let's Encrypt Root Trusted by All Major Root Programs (letsencrypt.org)
1527 points by okket 8 months ago | 24 comments
44. Google proposes changes to Chromium which would disable uBlock Origin (bugs.chromium.org)
1514 points by Apylon777 3 months ago | 116 comments
45. Why isn't the internet more fun and weird? (jarredsumner.com)
1502 points by firloop 2 months ago | 167 comments
46. Hello, GitHub (natfriedman.github.io)
1495 points by rafaelc 10 months ago | 117 comments
47. The Stuxnet worm may be the most sophisticated software ever written (quora.com)
1474 points by graposaymaname 11 months ago | 83 comments
48. Blender is testing PeerTube after YouTube blocks their videos worldwide (blender.org)
1465 points by daveid 10 months ago | 55 comments
49. The Machine Fired Me (idiallo.com)
1461 points by foxfired 10 months ago | 86 comments
50. Facebook has been paying people to install a “Research” VPN (techcrunch.com)
1451 points by randomacct3847 2 months ago | 70 comments
51. Algorithms, by Jeff Erickson (jeffe.cs.illinois.edu)
1444 points by bdr 3 months ago | 40 comments
52. U.S. Supreme Court Puts Limits on Police Power to Seize Private Property (nytimes.com)
1425 points by ComputerGuru 2 months ago | 44 comments
53. Twitter ‘smytes’ customers (techcrunch.com)
1411 points by panarky 10 months ago | 88 comments
54. Firefox 66 to block automatically playing audible video and audio (hacks.mozilla.org)
1409 points by mfsch 2 months ago | 44 comments
55. EU to stop changing the clocks in 2019 (dw.com)
1362 points by joshdance 7 months ago | 74 comments
56. Thank you HN
1358 points by throwAwayXYZ69 8 months ago | 49 comments
57. Reddit just passed Facebook as #3 most popular website in US (alexa.com)
1356 points by Mahn 10 months ago | 77 comments
58. Facebook Is Giving Advertisers Access To Your Shadow Contact Information (gizmodo.com)
1351 points by dhotson 6 months ago | 75 comments
59. CityBound – An open source city simulation game in Rust (github.com)
1330 points by formalsystem 18 days ago | 38 comments
60. Instacart paying 80 cents an hour because worker received a large tip (workingwa.org)
1311 points by timebomb0 2 months ago | 118 comments
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