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Saturday October 20, 2018. 05:48 PM
Greg Kroah-Hartman has posted a series of patches making some changes around the newly adopted code of conduct. In particular, it adds a new document describing how the code is to be interpreted in the kernel community. 'I originally sent the first two patches in this series ...
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An anonymous reader quotes TechCrunch: For the longest time, GitHub was all about storing source code and sharing it either with the rest of the world or your colleagues. Today, the company, which is in the process of being acquired by Microsoft, is taking a step in a...
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A new set of stable kernels is now available: 4.18.16, 4.14.78, 4.9.135, and 4.4.162. As usual, there are important fixes contained therein; users should upgrade.
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After four years of development since 1.14.0, version 1.16.0 of the cairo 2D graphics library has been released. 'Of particular note is a wealth of work by Adrian Johnson to enhance PDF functionality, including restoring support for MacOSX 10.4, metadata, hyperlinks, and...
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An anonymous reader writes: A 44-year-old, Georgia-based programmer -- who'd been working at Equifax since 2003 -- has been sentenced to eight months of home confinement and a $50,000 fine for insider trading. Working as Equifax's Production Development Manager of Software...
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Enlarge / Windows 10 during a product launch event in Tokyo in July 2015. (credit: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg via Getty Images) It's fair to say that the Windows 10 October 2018 Update has not been Microsoft's most successful update. Reports of data loss quickly emerged, forcing ...
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Enlarge / The Cambodian city of Angkor was once the largest in the world until vast swathes of the population decamped in the 15th century. Its famous temple, Angkor Wat (above), survived. (credit: Stefan Irvine/LightRocket/Getty Images) The Cambodian city of Angkor was...
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Also applications are now open for OpenAI's Scholars programme Roundup Hello, here's a quick roundup of interesting or useful bits of AI news that happened this week.…
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Gizmodo: Sensitive information belonging to roughly 75,000 individuals was exposed after a government healthcare sign-up system got hacked, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) said on Friday. The agency said that...
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It's no longer just valued in game stores and comics shops.
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Their spin rate is so consistent that people who navigate spacecraft around our solar system use them as mile markers to know exactly where they are.
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North Korean bitcoin theft, Fake FCC complaints, and more security news this week.
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A South Korean mania for shirts sporting the campaign logo from Jesse Jackson's presidential bid has spread across the Pacific rim, getting knocked off in China, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. The logo is prized for its 'smart color scheme,' 'sensuous lettering' and...
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Transparency reports are standard practice across the tech industry, disclosing the nature, quantity and scope of all the law enforcement requests each company receives in a given year. But there's a notable exception to this practice: the 'smart home' companies who sell...
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Louis Rossman is one of the highest-profile independent Apple repair technicians, famous in part for fixing devices that Apple has declared to have reached their end-of-life, diverting these devices from landfill and keeping them in the hands of the people who paid good...
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From the Open Markets Institute's Mat Stoller and Austin Frederick, who analyzed the FTC's panel, 'The Current Economic Understanding of Multi-Sided Platforms,' in which economic experts told the regulator that Big Tech's monopoly power just isn't a problem: 'every single...
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In PrinTracker: Fingerprinting 3D Printers using Commodity Scanners (Scihub mirror), a paper to be presented at the ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security conference in Toronto this month, a group of U Buffalo and Northeastern researchers present a...
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Enlarge (credit: Nate Anderson) Welcome to Ars Cardboard, our weekend look at tabletop games! Check out our complete board gaming coverage at cardboard.arstechnica.com. When it comes to gaming, I am a man of simple pleasures. I need no boxes of sculpted minis, no hour-long...
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New console bundles, discounted wireless headsets, and a bunch of game sales are happening now.
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Opinion: Despite YouTube’s crackdown, extremist groups are still exploiting other Google platforms.
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