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Thursday September 16, 2021. 11:23 AM
Samsung has commenced the production of 90Hz OLED displays for 14-inch laptops, which could have particular benefits for gaming. The South Korean company – or rather its Samsung Display subsidiary – has issued a press release (via Engadget) revealing that it had finally...
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Error handling and encapsulation remain the name of the game Interview It has been 12 years since Barbara Liskov won a Turing Award for her contributions to practical and theoretical foundations of programming language and system design, and these days the creator of the CLU ...
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Jeffrey Singh, stamp-collecting bachelor (35) of Milwaukee, Wisconsin – is that you? Feature Publishing data of all kinds offers big benefits for government, academic, and business users. Regulators demand that we make that data anonymous to deliver its benefits while...
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It seems Apple Watch Series 7 performance won’t be any greater than that of the Apple Watch Series 6, after reports emerged suggesting that the new smartwatch uses exactly the same chip as its predecessor. Despite the glitz and glamour of Tuesday’s ‘California streaming’...
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Norwegian carrier insists it's quitting Asian nation to defend human rights – but the buyer it lined up is accused of shady dealings Norwegian mobile carrier Telenor has revealed one reason it is quitting Myanmar is that the nation's ruling junta wanted it to intercept...
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The first iPhone 13 A15 Bionic benchmarks have emerged in the wild, showing a healthy boost over the iPhone 12 generation – though much depends on the model you go for. At Apple’s recent iPhone 13 launch event, the company was oddly quiet on the level of progress it had...
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Scientists found evidence that a region of northern Mars called Arabia Terra experienced thousands of 'super eruptions,' the biggest volcanic eruptions known, over a 500-million-year period. NASA reports the findings in a post: Some volcanoes can produce eruptions so...
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Welcome to the No-Fee Terms and Conditions, which makes the Java dev kit a bit more appealing Analysis Oracle this week made Oracle JDK 'available for free,' for personal, commercial and production use, including quarterly security updates, for a limited time.…
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And go passwordless, use auth app, keys, Windows Hello, or codes to login From this week, Microsoft won't require you, or your password manager, to come up with strings of letters, numbers, and special characters forming a silly sentence or a reconfiguration of an ex’s...
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Moratorium offered to ease burden of $22B debts India has re-written some of its telecommunications laws to make foreign investment easier and reduce enormous retrospective tax bills that threatened to send some carriers to the wall.…
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Airlines. Cable companies. Pharmaceutical firms. Banks. Those industries show up every year on lists of America's most hated companies. It's seldom for the products they actually produce. It's usually for the poor customer service, ridiculous fees, and a general sense of...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Travis CI is a popular software-testing tool due to its seamless integration with GitHub and Bitbucket. As the makers of the tool explain: 'When you run a build, Travis CI clones your GitHub repository into a brand-new...
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Will build nuke-powered subs together and share cyber, AI, quantum and mysterious 'undersea capabilities' tech Australia, the United States of America, and the United Kingdom have signed a new defence and technology-sharing pact.…
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Aalto University reports via Phys.Org: When two substances are brought together, they will eventually settle into a steady state called thermodynamic equilibrium; examples include oil floating on top of water and milk mixing uniformly into coffee. Researchers at Aalto...
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Vision from window seats didn't stream, everything else worked SpaceX has successfully launched its first all-civilian crew into space.…
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Apple introduced eSIM support on iPhone with iPhone XR and iPhone XS in 2018. However, while you can use a regular SIM and an eSIM simultaneously, there was no way to use two eSIMs simultaneously -- until now. iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro feature dual eSIM support for the...
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A lot has changed since you started your career behind the keyboard, and if you can't keep up with the times, the generation in front of you will swoop in and eat you alive. Sure, you could retire early (we all know your savings will last you comfortably until at least next...
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DoorDash sued New York City on Wednesday over a new law requiring food delivery companies to share customer data with restaurants, saying it violates customer privacy and lets restaurants compete unfairly. Reuters reports: It was filed in federal court in Manhattan six days...
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SpaceX has successfully launched the crew of Inspiration4 into orbit. It's the first-ever orbital flight crewed entirely by tourists. From a report: The SpaceX rocket blasted off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center just after 8 p.m. ET. The crew includes 38-year-old billionaire ...
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