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Thursday June 27, 2019. 05:58 PM
A total solar eclipse will be visible in South America on July 2 and according to NASA, this “celestial coincidence” is a rare sight not to be missed by space fans. This eerie […] The post Here’s How to Watch South America’s Eerie Solar Eclipse on July 2 appeared first on...
    Geek - Jun 27, 05:58 PM
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Kristen Stewart should have probably been playing a spy this whole time.
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He's only in charge of fitting them into UK airspace British drone fliers are either “clueless, careless or criminal”, according to none other than National Air Traffic Service's (NATS) head of unmanned traffic management.…
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Although there’s no standout heavy hitter like Super Mario Odyssey, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, or Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, we’re still pretty stoked about the rest of 2019 when it […] The post Play These Nintendo Switch Games Before ‘Pokemon Sword and Sh...
    Geek - Jun 27, 05:26 PM
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Two female beluga whales became the first residents of the world’s first beluga whale sanctuary, after completing a complicated journey that included being flown on a Boeing 747 plane from Shanghai, China to […] The post Two Beluga Whales Flown on Boeing 747 Plane From...
    Geek - Jun 27, 05:23 PM
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Several Huawei employees have collaborated on research projects with Chinese armed forces personnel, indicating closer ties to the country's military than previously acknowledged by the smartphone and networking powerhouse, Bloomberg reported Thursday. From the report: Over...
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A few weeks ago we told you about a new Game of Thrones virtual reality game, one of multiple Game of Thrones projects aiming to keep the valuable #brand alive now that the […] The post Exclusive: We Learn More About New ‘Game of Thrones’ Mobile Game ‘Beyond the Wall’...
    Geek - Jun 27, 05:00 PM
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The bpf() system call allows user space to load a BPF program into the kernel for execution, manipulate BPF maps, and carry out a number of other BPF-related functions. BPF programs are verified and sandboxed, but they are still running in a privileged context and, depending ...
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Opera Software has unveiled Opera 62, the latest major update to its Chromium-based web browser for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android. The new release continues to develop the Reborn 3 UI introduced in Opera 60. Design changes include tweaks to the Dark Mode feature with...
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This month's #612strike uprising in Hong Kong achieved a provisional victory when the city's Beijing-friendly government shelved its plans to allow Hong Kongers to be extradited to the mainland to stand charges for political 'crimes' -- but the protests, which are the...
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India may have plans to follow France's footsteps in building a chat app and requiring government employees to use it for official communications. From a report: The New Delhi government is said to be pondering about the need to have homegrown email and chat apps, local news ...
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Greg Kroah-Hartman has released the 4.14.131, 4.9.184, and 4.4.184 stable kernels. Each contains a single patch that fixes a problem in the TCP SACK panic fixes that was commonly seen by the Steam gaming community.
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Lyft now offers rides to more people who need them most. The ridesharing firm has become a Medicaid provider in Arizona, where non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) is covered for eligible patients. Aimed at […] The post Arizona Medicaid Patients Can Now Get a Lyft to...
    Geek - Jun 27, 04:37 PM
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A green light for election corruption. Partisan gerrymandering is A-OK, ruled the Supreme Court today. Or to interpret the ruling more charitably, the Supreme Court has decided that it's a matter for the states to decide. By a 5 to 4 vote, in a decision by Justice Roberts,...
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It pays to pay attention to details. Author credits on research papers reveal that employees of the Chinese technology firm Huawei have collaborated on AI and communications with China's military. Responding to the news story, Huawei says the research was not authorized by...
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A group of policy experts assembled by the EU has recommended that it ban the use of AI for mass surveillance and mass 'scoring of individuals'; a practice that potentially involves collecting varied data about citizens -- everything from criminal records to their behavior...
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Security updates have been issued by Fedora (drupal7-uuid, php-brumann-polyfill-unserialize, and php-typo3-phar-stream-wrapper2), openSUSE (ansible, compat-openssl098, exempi, glib2, gstreamer-0_10-plugins-base, gstreamer-plugins-base, libmediainfo, libssh2_org, SDL2,...
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A popular video about an amusement park ride with a crazy drop turned out to be fake. This physics analysis spells it out.
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Remember when all hell broke loose in Hawaii because someone accidentally issued an emergency alert for an emergency that didn't exist? That was a clerical error. What if someone did it on purpose to cause panic and fear, say on the day of the elections in 2020? Yes, it...
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Paul Wiles: 'Clear and publicly accepted rules' needed for common data platform The Ministry of Defence has been searching the police national fingerprint database without a “clearly defined lawful basis,” the UK's biometrics commissioner has said.…
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