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ZombieLoad: Cross Privilege-Boundary Data Leakage on Intel CPUs (cyberus-technology.de)
854 points by Titanous 98 days ago | 224 comments
2
Netflix Saves Kids from Up to 400 Hours of Commercials a Year (localbabysitter.com)
650 points by sharkweek 98 days ago | 392 comments
3
Unlimited Google Drive storage by splitting binary files into base64 (github.com)
585 points by lordpankake 98 days ago | 247 comments
4
Things to use in Python 3 (datawhatnow.com)
581 points by ausjke 98 days ago | 255 comments
5
Show HN: 30 Hour Jobs – a job board for shorter work weeks (30hourjobs.com)
558 points by nbrempel 98 days ago | 137 comments
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AT&T promised 7k new jobs to get tax break, cut 23k jobs instead (arstechnica.com)
556 points by JaimeThompson 98 days ago | 173 comments
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Boeing Resisted Pilots’ Calls for Aggressive Steps on 737 Max (nytimes.com)
509 points by aburan28 98 days ago | 243 comments
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John Carmack on QuakeWorld latency and business model (1996) (githubusercontent.com)
395 points by Reedx 98 days ago | 162 comments
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YouTube “Let's Play”s are preserving video game history (rockpapershotgun.com)
341 points by danso 98 days ago | 159 comments
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Uber Drivers Are Contractors, Not Employees, Labor Board Says (nytimes.com)
315 points by MBCook 98 days ago | 340 comments
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Erlang OTP 22.0 is released (erlang.org)
315 points by ramchip 98 days ago | 42 comments
12
Ask HN: Is freelance web development still a viable path in 2019?
301 points by MathCodeLove 98 days ago | 138 comments
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America's loneliness epidemic: A systemic risk to organizations (smartbrief.com)
300 points by laurex 98 days ago | 289 comments
14
CPU.fail (cpu.fail)
282 points by razer6 98 days ago | 34 comments
15
Material Design Guidelines for Dark Mode (material.io)
277 points by keyle 98 days ago | 157 comments
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Coca-Cola most common source of packaging pollution on UK beaches: study (theguardian.com)
256 points by cfarm 98 days ago | 196 comments
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MDS: Microarchitectural Data Sampling side-channel vulnerabilities in Intel CPUs (mdsattacks.com)
256 points by sirmc 98 days ago | 29 comments
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Walmart announces next-day delivery, firing back at Amazon (cnbc.com)
237 points by okket 98 days ago | 252 comments
19
Rückzugsorte – Map of areas in Berlin which are the furthest away from a street (hanshack.com)
225 points by epaga 98 days ago | 64 comments
20
Cisco Nexus 9000 Switches Allow SSH As Root (nist.gov)
221 points by sky_nox 98 days ago | 106 comments
21
How Feynman Diagrams Revolutionized Physics (quantamagazine.org)
219 points by furcyd 98 days ago | 37 comments
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FeX: Forum Explorer – Rethinking how we interact with threaded conversations (mcnutt.in)
218 points by merqurio 98 days ago | 70 comments
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Americans can opt out of airport facial recognition (techcrunch.com)
205 points by FrancesFinTech 98 days ago | 205 comments
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San Francisco bans facial recognition technology by municipal agencies (nytimes.com)
199 points by dcschelt 98 days ago | 119 comments
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A Norwegian town built a giant mirror to deflect the sun (2017) (bbc.com)
199 points by happy-go-lucky 98 days ago | 97 comments
26
What Happened with Supermicro? (hackaday.com)
196 points by equalunique 98 days ago | 84 comments
27
Disney Assumes Full Control of Hulu in Deal with Comcast (variety.com)
183 points by dsr12 98 days ago | 130 comments
28
Better HTTP/2 Prioritization for a Faster Web (cloudflare.com)
183 points by zspitzer 98 days ago | 50 comments
29
Open source Mali GPU drivers merged (lkml.org)
182 points by caf 98 days ago | 101 comments
30
Git ransom campaign incident report (gitlab.com)
181 points by brntn 98 days ago | 71 comments

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