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Top Tech Stories of the Week – September 23rd, 2018

  • The first Android phone, the T-Mobile G1, was announced 10 years ago today | Link
  • Microsoft staggers rollout of Surface Hub 2, with hardware in 2019; new software in 2020 – ZDNet | Link
  • Google secretly logs users into Chrome whenever they log into a Google site – ZDNet | Link
  • Microsoft starts rolling out Office 2019 for Windows and Mac – ZDNet | Link
  • Google Images gets desktop redesign with mobile site adding Google Lens – 9to5Google | Link
  • SAP, Microsoft and Adobe announce data alliance – Reuters | Link
  • Instagram co-founders resign in latest Facebook executive exit – Reuters | Link
  • Qualcomm Slaps Apple With New Lawsuit Alleging Rogue Trade Secret Sharing With Intel – HotHardware | Link
  • Ex-Telltale Games Employee Files Class Action Lawsuit – GameSpot | Link
  • Google reverses ban on cryptocurrency exchange advertising in US Japan | Link
  • Fox will sell remaining Sky stake to Comcast for around $15 billion | Link
  • PC gamers prefer the Xbox 360 controller over the PS4, Xbox One or Switch Pro – Business Insider | Link
  • Lost Opportunity rover spotted on Mars but NASA still can’t talk to it – Fox News | Link
  • No jail for teen who hacked his way into Apple’s secure systems | Link
  • Consumer Reports reinstates recommendation for Microsoft Surface laptops on new reliability surveys – GeekWire | Link
  • Tesla Chief Elon Musk Is Sued by S.E.C. in Move That Could Oust Him – The New York Times | Link
  • Google’s Revamped Wear OS Goes Live And It’s Looking Good | Link
  • Amazon is opening a new store that sells items from its website | Link
  • Meet Pixel Slate, Google’s first Chrome OS tablet – BGR | Link
  • Cloudflare gets into registrar business with wholesale domains and free privacy – Ars Technica | Link
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