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Monday January 17, 2022. 01:34 PM
'The San Diego County Sheriff's Department last week encrypted its radio communications, blocking the public from listening to information about public safety matters in real time,' reports the San Diego Union Tribune: The department is the latest law enforcement agency in...
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Sorry, that IP address is on the naughty step Microsoft appears to have delivered the unwanted Christmas gift of email blocklisting to Linode IP addresses, and two weeks into 2022 the company does not seem ready to relent.…
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US high school students are demanding safer classrooms, and they’re mobilizing through group chats, Google Docs, and homespun social media campaigns.
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The USDA is making it easier for farmers to market their meat as “low-carbon.” Not everyone is happy about it.
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No garlic on the oysters? Soup stained a blanket? Panels of users hear the complaints and can order refunds or removal of critical reviews.
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A new subcontractor industry in Europe is benefiting from platforms’ efforts to clean up their image and comply with stricter employment rules.
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If you’ve been hunting for computer upgrades, it’s been a rough couple of years. After the one-two-three punch of a worldwide chip shortage, a boom in cryptocurrency mining, and a scourge of scalpers (yes, “scourge” is the collective noun for scalper, I looked it up!), graphi...
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Nobody expects the Linux malposition, do they, Michael Palin? Feeling old yet? Let the Reg ruin your day for you. We are now substantially closer to the 2038 problem (5,849 days) than it has been since the Year 2000 problem (yep, 8,049 days since Y2K).…
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At a glanceExpert’s Rating ProsExcellent real world performancePS5 compatibleAffordableConsA couple of GBps slower on PCIe 4 synthetic benchmarksUses host memory bus (HMB) rather that onboard DRAM, though seemingly without the usual performance penalty.PS5 doesn’t support...
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The Widgets component of Windows 11 was something that seemed like a great idea on paper, but has thus far failed to generate too much excitement. This is at least in part down to the fact that only official Microsoft widgets exist -- but this is going to change. It is...
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Back in November last year we reported on Amazon's decision to stop accepting UK issued Visa credit cards due to high processing charges. The change was due to take place this Wednesday (January 19) but it seems that an 11th hour deal may have been reached to allow customers ...
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Analyst predicts double-digit percentage uptick in '22 Worldwide spending on edge computing is expected to see double-digit growth this year, according to new figures from analyst IDC.…
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Historically identity and access management has been built around an on-premises model. But with more systems now residing in the cloud the old way of doing things isn't working. To find out more about why the cloud needs a new approach to IAM we spoke to Britive CEO, Art...
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Stop horsing around. Pony up Opinion There's much talk of the Open Source Sustainability Problem. From individual developers to Google's White House lobbying, the issue seems simple but intractable. Is the willingness of volunteer coders a solid enough basis for the...
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François Dupoux has released a brand-new update to SystemRescue, a specialist, Arch-based Linux distribution that ships with a comprehensive system rescue toolkit for administrating and repairing a system and rescuing data. This version updates the Linux kernel to the...
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The Observer reports: For bitcoin enthusiasts in Kosovo with a breezy attitude to risk, it has been a good week to strike a deal on computer equipment that can create, or 'mine', the cryptocurrency. From Facebook to Telegram, new posts in the region's online crypto groups...
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Please Mr Hitchcock, no more. The UPS can't take it Who, Me? 'Expect the unexpected' is a cliché regularly trotted out during disaster planning. But how far should those plans go? Welcome to an episode of Who, Me? where a reader finds an entirely new failure mode.…
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Password managers have become necessary these days, particularly when you consider the sheer number of dangers that exist online. Which is why we recommend getting LastPass. And especially right now since you can get a one-year subscription for 30 percent less. LastPass is an...
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Do you need a PCIe 4.0 NVMe solid state drive? Probably not. I mean, nobody really needs the insane speed these drives offer. However, the drool-worthy performance is certainly nice to have. Look, if you can afford such an SSD and your computer supports it at full speed, you...
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What happened after a New Hampshire state representative proposed legislation either encouraging or requiring free software in much of the state government? The Concord Monitor writes, 'It's been three decades since Linux launched the modern world of free, open-source...
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