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Friday September 30, 2022. 07:53 AM
State-sponsored ZINC allegedly passes on malware-laden open source apps Microsoft has claimed a North Korean crew poses as LinkedIn recruiters to distribute poisoned versions of open source software packages.…
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Can't even spin up the compute necessary to reply Digital Ocean has cloud capacity issues and won't say what the problem is.…
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Development Release: Ubuntu 22.10 Beta^Brian Murray has announced the availability of the final beta build of Ubuntu 22.10, code-named "Kinetic Kudu": "The Ubuntu team is pleased to announce the beta release of the Ubuntu 22.10 Desktop, Server and Cloud products. Ubuntu...
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'First they came for factory jobs. Then they showed up in service industries. Now, machines are making inroads into the kind of white-collar office work once thought to be the exclusive preserve of humans,' write Alexandre Tanzi and Reade Pickert via Bloomberg. An anonymous...
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Remember this next time Microsoft talks about how seriously it takes security Security researchers have warned a zero-day flaw in Microsoft’s Exchange server is being actively exploited.…
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A new treatment for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration. CNN reports: The FDA announced approval of Relyvrio, developed by Amylyx Pharmaceuticals, on Thursday. The oral medication works as a standalone therapy or...
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Once unthinkable, mobile phones could go dark around Europe this winter if power cuts or energy rationing knocks out parts of the mobile networks across the region. Reuters reports: Russia's decision to halt gas supplies via Europe's key supply route in the wake of the...
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Still to come: Civil RICO lawsuit against eBay and former top brass Two now-former eBay executives who pleaded guilty to cyberstalking charges this year have been sent down and fined tens of thousands of dollars.…
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A group of authors, including Neil Gaiman, Naomi Klein, and Cory Doctorow, 'are lending their names to an open letter protesting publishers' lawsuit against the Internet Archive Library, characterizing it as one of a number of efforts to curb libraries' lending of ebooks.'...
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At RE:WIRED Green, scientist Sylvia Earle and climate activist Sophia Kianni discussed ways younger and older generations can work together to face the crisis.
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In the closing session of Re:WIRED GREEN, the Louisiana lawyer urged the audience to join the front lines of climate activism.
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At RE:WIRED Green, actress Regina Hall and Sarah Shanley Hope of The Solutions Project spoke about the work being done by communities hardest hit by crisis.
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And no, the tiny fine print in search results doesn't cut it Google is still effectively directing women seeking abortions to anti-abortion centers that masquerade as legit abortion clinics.…
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from the Associated Press: A New York City man is suing an Atlantic City casino, its parent company and its online betting partner, alleging he was repeatedly disconnected while gambling online, and was given payments to prevent him from...
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Here's a whale of a place! Roadside America's site of the week is the Blue Whale, in Catoosa, Oklahoma, right along historic Route 66. Built in 1972, it's eighty feet long, created from pipe and concrete, and quite a charming beast, with a goofy grin, and one eye permanently ...
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Do you remember this video from November 2012, which features an exasperated, fuming Wisconsite named Angela ranting against Bath & Body Works because she was unable to get candles in the two scents she desperately wanted—winter candy apple and iced gingerbread? — Read the...
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The RE:WIRED Green speaker explains how smaller, more efficient reactors will be the bedrock of energy independence.
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The UC San Diego researcher spoke at RE:WIRED Green about ways to use advanced control theory and machine learning to maximize sustainable energy sources.
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At RE:WIRED Green, San Francisco restaurateur Kayla Abe explained how her kitchen makes enticing meals from ingredients that would otherwise get tossed.
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The marine biologist told RE:WIRED Green about his team’s work to breed heat-resistant coral that can continue to support vibrant aquatic ecosystems.
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