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Wednesday June 19, 2019. 04:42 PM
Stable kernels 5.1.12, 4.19.53, and 4.14.128 have been released. They all contain important fixes and users should upgrade.
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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (dbus, firefox, kernel, linux-lts, linux-zen, and python), CentOS (bind and kernel), Debian (firefox-esr, glib2.0, and vim), Fedora (dbus, kernel, kernel-headers, mingw-libxslt, poppler, and python-gnupg), openSUSE...
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The University of Chicago Business School's Promarket blog has run a transcript of former antitrust enforcer Sally Hubbard's June 11 testimony before the House Judiciary Committee on June 11, 2019, where Hubbard discusses the ways that the monopolized and concentrated tech...
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The Elago Mac Mini Silicone Case [Amazon] is a remarkable entry in the annals of 'advertising vs. reality'. Above, the product shot. Below, the Elago IRL.
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Autonomous underwater vehicle Boaty McBoatface may be the key to understanding climate change. Data collected during the yellow submarine’s 2017 deep-sea mission will aid scientists in building more accurate predictions of how increasing […] The post Boaty McBoatface Makes...
    Geek - Jun 19, 04:13 PM
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At a convention on digital currency, rarely does an audience Q&A session include a question as incendiary as, 'Why is this fraud allowed to speak at this conference?' But that's how a discussion about Bitcoin ended up last year in Seoul. From a report: The supposed fraud is...
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Five New Jersey fishermen had a real-life Jaws encounter when a great white shark suddenly came out of the water, bit their chump bag, and marked the side of their boat during a […] The post Watch: Great White Shark Pops Out of Water, Shocks NJ Fishermen appeared first on Gee...
    Geek - Jun 19, 04:05 PM
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In the unfortunate event that your home experiences a burglary or natural disaster, thousands or even hundreds of thousands of dollars in property may be lost or damaged. That’s why we pay for homeowners or renters insurance — so that our property can be replaced when...
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The Library of Congress today appointed Joy Harjo as the 23rd U.S. Poet Laureate. Harjo becomes the first Native American to serve in the position. Harjo is a member of the Muscogee Creek Nation. Here's the full text of Wednesday's announcement from the Library of...
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Ugh. Fly In, again? Really? And step away from the Comic Sans Microsoft PowerPoint is set to strip away the last vestiges of humanity from presentations with tweaks to its Designer functionality and a coach to help users 'deliver the perfect presentation'.…
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A year ago, Trump FCC Chairman (and former Verizon exec) Ajit Pai killed Net Neutrality, leveraging illegal, fraudulent industry dirty tricks to ram his rule through the process; all along, he claimed that Net Neutrality was a drag on investment, competition and service...
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“A myth of the anti-vaccine movement is that it emerged organically through the rise of social media,” says Washington Post investigative reporter Amy Brittain. “We looked into the $$$ behind the movement and found a well-funded operation, driven largely by one...
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A month ago, at its Build 2019 developer conference, Microsoft announced Windows Subsystem for Linux 2, an updated version of its compatibility layer which ships with an actual Linux kernel, meaning full system call compatibility. Last week, the software giant rolled out...
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Asked on Wednesday about moves toward the impeachment of Donald Trump, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she does not support censure as a way of condemning the president, short of impeachment. Pelosi said censure would just be “a way out.” “If the goods are there, you ...
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Enlarge / Sensors, sensors everywhere! (credit: Getty / 7postman) Ars yesterday wrote a big feature on the concept of 'Industry 4.0,' the fancy-sounding name that describes the ongoing shift in how products are created from raw materials and distributed along the supply...
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Tom and Jerry's cartoon cat, Tom, has seen his share of bad luck in his many attempts to capture Jerry the mouse. But, besides the original animators, no one has captured what the contortions his body went through in those moments quite like this! By sculpting Tom's...
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Wizards, unite! Niantic is finally rolling out its Harry Potter-themed AR game, starting June 21. Available first in the US and UK, the magical title is expected to reach more regions by the […] The post Grab Your Wand: ‘Harry Potter: Wizards Unite’ Launches Friday appeared...
    Geek - Jun 19, 03:22 PM
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The assassins referred to Jamal Khashoggi as a “sacrificial animal' on the audio tape of the journalist's murder. An extrajudicial executions investigator for the United Nations today recommends the UN launch an investigation into Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman's...
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CONTENT WARNING: This blog post, and the story it links to, include descriptions of violent abuse of humans and animals. Last year, so many organ harvesting videos were being uploaded to Facebook, they couldn't keep up. Facebook content moderators who are exposed to this...
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Newegg has 10 whopping terabytes of deal-making storage for you—but act fast, as the offer ends just before midnight Pacific time on Wednesday. The retailer is selling the 10TB WD Elements desktop hard drive for $160 with the checkout code EMCTBUE24. That price is about...
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