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Monday July 23, 2018. 02:08 AM
This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Peppermint OS 9News: pfSense Gold resources become freely available, Pentoo corrects update bug, Mint reacts to bugs in core packages, Slackware turns 25Questions and answers: Types of security provided by different projectsReleased...
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Chinese e-commerce company JD.com plans to expand in Europe and aims to have finalized its strategy for entering the market by the end of the year, its chief executive told a German newspaper. Reuters: China's second largest e-commerce business also wants to open an office...
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Amazon's Prime Day shopping spree offers free, fast shipping -- but experts say there's a hidden environmental cost that doesn't show up on the checkout page. From a report: Expedited shipping means your packages may not be as consolidated as they could be, leading to more...
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Google is trying out a new Chrome interface that for the first time in a decade presents a very different look for the tabs and address bar at the top of the widely used web browser, CNET reports. It adds: Since its public debut in 2008, Chrome has featured a trapezoidal tab ...
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Sunday July 22, 2018. 11:00 PM
Comic book publishers are facing a growing crisis: Flagging interest from readers and competition from digital entertainment are dragging down sales. Hoping to reverse the trend, publishers are creating their own digital platforms to directly connect with readers and...
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Riverdale, Riverdale, Riverdale. Geek has gone above and beyond with phenomenal reviews of the hit CW show for our audience. They’ve been the best if you need help keeping up with the madcap […] The post Riverdale Mixes Growing Up, Character Developments and Cults in S3...
    Geek - Jul 22, 10:29 PM
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The proliferation of digital tools that make text and email messages vanish may be welcome to Americans seeking to guard their privacy. But open government advocates fear they are being misused by public officials to conduct business in secret and evade transparency laws....
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Boston Dynamics, maker of uncannily agile robots, is poised to bring its first commercial product to market -- a small, dog-like robot called the SpotMini. From a report: The launch was announced in May, and founder Marc Raibert recently said that by July of next year,...
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A host of companies believe the better way to connect the estimated half of Earth's population that's still offline is to launch 'constellations' of smaller satellites into low Earth orbit, around 100 to 1,250 miles above our planet. According to emails from the Federal...
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The Orville was one of last years biggest surprises. It was originally marketed as a parody of Star Trek, sort of a Family Guy in space, when it was really a loving homage. It was an earnest […] The post The Orville Brings a Much Better Trailer to SDCC appeared first on...
    Geek - Jul 22, 07:51 PM
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Enlarge / Jason Gargac, seen here in April 2018. (credit: Jason Gargac) A St. Louis Uber and Lyft driver has been kicked off both companies' platforms after the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Friday night that he had been livestreaming his passengers for months without...
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From a report: O.K., it's not that surprising. But what did surprise two psychologist as they attempted to get to bottom of why so few people actually send thank yous is that many people totally 'miscalibrate' the effect of an appreciative email. They underestimate the...
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“TRUTH about his 25-year marriage!” screams the magazine notorious for tearing apart the private lives of public figures with innuendo, speculation and fabrication. Is the ‘Globe’ poised to reveal the sordid truth behind the Fox News pundit's secret dealings as Trump ...
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All roads may lead to Rome, but once you get there, good luck taking the subway. The sprawling metropolis is expanding its mass transit system -- a sluggish process made even slower as workers keep running into buried ancient ruins. From a report: 'I found some gold rings. I ...
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Enlarge / Rail trucks loaded with uranium ore wait for transportation at the uranium mine operated by Geam, a division of Diamo S.P. mining company, in Rozna, Czech Republic, on Monday, Dec. 13, 2010. Photographer: Vladimir Weiss/Bloomberg via Getty Images (credit: Getty...
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Megan Zahneis, writing for The Chronicle of Higher Education: Academics have traditionally distrusted Wikipedia, citing the inaccuracies that arise from its communally edited design and lamenting students' tendency to sometimes plagiarize assignments from it. Now, LiAnna...
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Facebook has severed ties with data analytics company Crimson Hexagon because of concerns about its links to the US government, Russia and Turkey. In a move that has echoes of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has suspended the company and blocked it from accessing...
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In a story earlier this week, Popular Science magazine explored an age-old topic: Do people need to safely eject a USB stick before they pull it from their computer? The magazine's take on it -- which is, as soon any ongoing transfer of files is complete, it is safe to yank...
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Enlarge / The deeper you go, the more alien the Endless Harvest becomes. (credit: Red Hook Games) Darkest Dungeon’s newest DLC isn’t quite like anything else in the game prior. The expansion, called “The Color of Madness,” is a clear homage to an H.P. Lovecraft...
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Yoko Eda, a recent grad from Musashino Art University's Science of Design department, has produced a series of gorgeous, hyperealistic acrylic paintings showing everyday objects (glue bottles, toothpaste tubes, packages of plastic tubs, cleaning brushes, boxes of matches,...
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