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Tuesday November 29, 2022. 04:30 AM
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Gizmodo: The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) says a team of researchers fabricated the results of an experiment, led by one of its astronauts, that sought to simulate daily life on board the International Space Station...
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George Vlahavas has announced the release of Salix 15.0 "Live" edition, a live distribution based on Slackware Linux 15.0, featuring the Xfce desktop environment, and available for both x86_64 and i486 platforms: "After several rounds of extensive testing, we are proud to...
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Maybe – just maybe – messages and calls from +91 might become more trustworthy India's Telecom Regulatory Authority (TRAI) has announced a fresh crackdown on TXT spam – this time using artificial intelligence, after a previous blockchain-powered effort delivered mixed...
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There are typically two types of people in this world -- those that like mice, and those that prefer trackpads. There is a third group of computer user, however, that is quite small comparatively, but very passionate -- trackball lovers. While trackballs have largely fallen...
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Newly-bankrupt crypto lending platform BlockFi has filed a lawsuit against Sam Bankman-Fried's holding company Emergent Fidelity Technologies seeking his shares in Robinhood that were pledged as collateral earlier in November. CoinTelegraph reports: The suit was filed on...
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Britain will not force tech giants to remove content that is 'legal but harmful' from their platforms after campaigners and lawmakers raised concerns that the move could curtail free speech, the government said on Monday. Reuters reports: Online safety laws would instead...
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Elon Musk meanwhile muses whether Apple 'hate[s] free speech in America' because the company mostly stopped advertising on Twitter Twitter over the weekend was flooded with spam and suggestive ads in what appears to be an attempt to help the Chinese government hide news...
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These are the top discounts we’ve found across the web. Whether you want an Away carry-on or AirPods Pro, there’s something for everyone.
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The US government must drop its prosecution of the WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange because it is undermining press freedom, according to the media organizations that first helped him publish leaked diplomatic cables. The Guardian reports: Twelve years ago today, the...
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x86 giant says it will tweak spending for Ohio, Germany plants based on ‘market needs’ Intel said it will continue building new chip manufacturing plants in the West despite a shrinking global economy because it's important to diversify supply chains and expand capacity...
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Remember the simple joys of the hydraulic press craze? Truth be told, it may be incorrect to refer to it in the past tense, given that it's still going strong over on places like TikTok- and, evidently, has branched out into a wider 'using industrial tools to destroy stuff...
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The headline is conjuring up images of a dark, spooky castle as a wannabe Dr. Frankenstein leans over a horrific, blood-spattered operating table—but Theo Jansen and his Strandbeests (previously at Boing Boing) are a far cry from the pages of any gothic horror novel. —...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: The Comcast 'Broadcast TV' fee that isn't included in the company's advertised prices is rising again, tacking as much as $27 onto the monthly bills of cable TV users. Comcast's Broadcast TV and Regional Sports Network...
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If, like me, you subscribe to the 'laugh so you won't cry' approach to the pandemic, I've got a Substack for you. It's called 'Pandemic Memes Collection' and features user-made memes and infographics on a variety of pandemic-related matters: masks, 'hybrid immunity,' long...
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Anyone that's deeply enamored with the genre knows that almost every variant of the Western is awesome. From the classic Wayne and Ford films to modern incarnations like Hell or High Water, the Western genre rarely disappoints. However, there's just something special about...
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A Chromebook is a laptop running Google's Linux-based ChromeOS operating system. However, when you connect such a notebook to a monitor, keyboard, and mouse, it becomes a makeshift desktop computer. The most elegant way to transform a laptop into a desktop is with a USB-C...
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Coinsquare, one of Canada's largest cryptocurrency exchanges, may have been breached, but the company claims customer assets are 'secure in cold storage and are not at risk.' CoinDesk reports: The exchange, which touts itself as 'Canada's trusted platform to securely buy,...
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Company accused of allowing landlords to collude and artificially inflate rental prices AI rent-pricing software biz, RealPage, is reportedly being investigated by the US Department of Justice's Antitrust Division over claims its algorithms allow landlords to collude with...
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The first time I saw the trailer for White Noise, I was so stunned, I couldn't even take in what I was seeing. The idea that Noah Baumbach (The Squid and the Whale, Marriage Story), of all people, had adapted the seemingly unadaptable great post-modern novel, Don DeLillo's...
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Thanksgiving is done and dusted for another year, but Microsoft has something for Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel to be thankful for -- a new Windows 11 Build! Build 25252 comes with a handful of improvements and fixes, but also highlights some new known issues. Changes...
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