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Tuesday September 21, 2021. 09:55 AM
No more pandemic-inspired extensions to exam dates or certs, warns Linux-slinging giant Red Hat has told certified admins they need to re-certify by Christmas – or else.…
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Ikea has launched a new device that equips almost any table or desk with wireless charging capabilities. The Sjömärke is a new $40 (around £30) wireless charging pad with a special trick. It’s designed not to have phones placed directly on it, but to extend its 5W Qi...
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Slaps 'em on six tonnes of kit – enough to sustain space station crew for six months – and docks with Tianhe China has advanced preparations for the next crewed mission to its Tianhe space station, successfully launching a robo-truck carrying enough supplies to sustain a ...
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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration plans to retire the International Space Station by the end of this decade, so the U.S. space agency is turning to private companies to build new space stations in orbit -- and expects to save more than $1 billion annually as...
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Inclusion of Weetabix in charity coffee accompaniment tweet creates predictable brewhaha The Macmillan Cancer Support charity has rocked the normally sedate and comfortable world of Britain's biscuit lovers to its very core by publishing a list of the country's favourite...
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ITU and UN think inclusivity may now trump connectivity; Vodafone agrees but fancies more 4G The Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development has suggested that efforts to close the digital divide should shift from providing connectivity to ensuring access to affordable...
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Machine could help unlock natural resources for future lunar base dwellers Video NASA has chosen where to send a golf-cart-sized rover to the Moon in 2023 to hunt for water: the western edge of the Nobile impact crater on the south pole.…
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Dare we say, these Euro cops ran mobprobe Police arrested 106 people suspected of carrying out online fraud for an organized crime gang linked to the Italian Mafia, Europol said on Monday.…
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: TSMC announced last week that it would flatten its emissions growth by 2025 and reach net-zero carbon by 2050. That'll be a tall order for a company that produced over 15 million tons of carbon pollution last year across ...
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Not that the Middle Kingdom is singled out directly A private meeting will be held between President Joe Biden and India’s Prime Minister during the first in-person summit of The Quad in Washington DC this Friday, during which semiconductors and a united front against...
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Every coffee lover knows that nothing beats a freshly brewed pot of joe. It's the drink millions of Americans have settled on as their pick-me-up of choice for their morning, mid-day, and even at night. No matter when you like to enjoy your brew, you should never have to...
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The Chinese version of TikTok is introducing a 'teenage mode' that will limit the amount of time children under the age of 14 spend on the short-form video app to 40 minutes a day. CNN reports: The measure will apply to all Douyin users under the age of 14 who have...
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Australian users told first of plans to create 'Seller of Record' subject to regulatory approval Amazon Web Services (AWS) is working to bill its products in a range of Asia-Pacific currencies as necessary, The Register has learned.…
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Senate Democrats are calling on the Federal Trade Commission to write new rules to protect consumer data privacy in a new letter to the agency authored on Monday. From a report: The letter, led by Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and signed by eight other Democratic senators,...
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The Data Protection Commission in Ireland, Facebook's lead privacy regulator in Europe, has asked Facebook to demonstrate than an LED indicator light on its pair of 'smart' Ray-Ban sunglasses -- which lights up when the user is taking a video -- is an effective way of...
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Akihabara News (Tokyo) — Terra Drone, a startup established in 2016 specializing in unmanned hardware and surveying methods, has applied its technology to preventing secondary disasters at a landslide site in the Kyushu region. Utilizing lasers, drones were used to trace...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from ZDNet: At the Open Source Summit in Seattle, The Linux Foundation, and edX, the leading massive open online course (MOOC) provider released the 2021 Open Source Jobs Report. In this survey of 200 technical hiring managers and 750...
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ytene writes: Danika Fears over at The Daily Beast carries some pretty explosive reporting, describing how Peter Thiel -- of Palantir infamy -- claims in a new biography by Max Chafkin that Mark Zuckerberg agreed to push 'State-Sanctioned Conservatism' in return for the...
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Clean data is critical to modern applications like artificial intelligence (AI), and few companies have tapped into that trend as effectively as Databricks. The 8-year-old San Francisco-based startup developed its Lakehouse architecture at the intersection of data warehouses ...
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Ben Hoyt has published a critical overview of the Python 3.10 pattern-matching feature. As shown above, there are cases where match really shines. But they are few and far between, mostly when handling syntax trees and writing parsers. A lot of code does have if ... elif...
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