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As for the reason why we need this…
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PS: If you feel like researching and writing more than a few lines, Wikipedia used to have an entry for TechSpot, but it was removed a few years ago due to inactivity and lack of sources. This would be a major effort (TS readers assemble!) compared to the above, but it’d be awesome if we got that back, too.