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Wednesday July 18, 2018. 02:46 AM
System76 has long been a Linux computer seller, but recently, it has transitioned into a Linux computer maker. What's the difference, you ask? Well, currently, the company doesn't really make its own computers. System76's laptops, for instance, are made by other...
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Egypt's parliament passed a law Monday giving the state powers to block social media users and penalize journalists for publishing fake news. 'Under the law passed on Monday social media accounts and blogs with more than 5,000 followers on sites such as Twitter and Facebook...
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$22 is the lowest price I've seen for an Aeropress coffee maker. (Just click the the little coupon checkbox on the Amazon page.) It's a lot of fun to make coffee with the Aeropress -- you pour a little water in the piston and put it in the microwave for about 40 seconds....
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Update (7/17/2018 8:10pm ET): Prime Day is nearing its end, so we've made one last update, adding deals on Logitech mice, Netgear Arlo security cameras, and more. We've also included a section with quick links to any last-minute Lightning deals that may arise before things...
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Updated at 8:10pm ET Today is extremely exciting in the deals department! Amazon will be rolling out discounts on a regular basis to celebrate Prime Day, so now’s a great time to save […] The post Geek Prime Day Deals: Fire TV Sticks, Headphones, Logitech, and Gaming...
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US medical testing giant says no evidence of data theft after alarms triggered Medical biz LabCorp shut down some of its systems last week after it detected 'suspicious activity' on its network.…
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Rolls-Royce announced today that it is teaming up with robotics experts at Harvard University and University of Nottingham to develop tiny 'cockroach' robots that can crawl inside aircraft engines to spot and fix problems. These robots will be able to speed up inspections...
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In an interview with CBS News' Jeff Glor on Sunday, President Donald Trump was asked which nations he considered to be foes of the United States. (more…)
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Alabama college student Walter Carr, 20, got a job at a moving company in a nearby town. The night before his new job started, his 2003 Nissan Altima broke down. (more…)
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Nabla Containers promises reduced attack surface through fewer system calls IBM researchers have developed a new flavor of software container in an effort to create code that's more secure than Docker and similar shared kernel container systems.…
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Sarah Palin is doing a great job promoting Sacha Baron Cohen's Showtime series, Who is America?, by going on TV and complaining that she had been tricked and embarrassed by Cohen when he interviewed her under false pretenses. Gee, who wants that? Interestingly, the is one of ...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from IGN: Saudi Arabia is apparently banning 47 games in response to a pair of children committing suicide after allegedly being encouraged to do so while playing an online game. Per the Associated Press, the Saudi General Commission for...
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Health regime for your Windows 10 devices Promo Windows Analytics is a cloud-based suite of solutions that provides proactive insights into the current state of a Windows environment.…
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You've probably seen the video clip from Who Is America? in which comedian provocateur Sacha Baron Cohen easily convinces right wing politicians and lobbyists to express their support for giving guns to four-year-olds. Here's another clip with Cohen's character trying to...
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The Facebook data set on tens of millions of Americans that was gathered for Cambridge Analytica was accessed from within Russia, British MP Damian Collins today told CNN. (more…)
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Pull a USB flash drive out of your Mac without first clicking to eject it, and you'll get a stern, shameful warning: "Disk Not Ejected Properly." But do you really need to eject a thumb drive the right way? Probably not. Just wait for it to finish copying your data, give it...
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Scientists have just packed 18 qubits - the most basic units of quantum computing - into just six weirdly connected photons. That's an unprecedented three qubits per photon, and a record for the number of qubits linked to one another via quantum entanglement. So why is this...
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Combating cheats is an ever-evolving arms race. The scope and complexity of cheat development grows every year along with the stakes in online gaming. The pressure is on for game studios to level up when it comes to detecting and preventing bad actors. I'm Michael "Perma"...
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On July 16th, 1993, Slackware Linux distribution was officially released. Based entirely on the Softlanding Linux System (SLS) system, it was designed for the machines with a 3.5" boot floppy. Over the past 25 years, Slackware has turned out to be one of the most influential...
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Coming over the summer, Microsoft is going to add integrated call recording (something that previously required third-party applications and a deprecated API), read receipts to show when a message recipient has read a message, and end-to-end encryption of text and audio chat ...
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