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Wednesday March 22, 2023. 10:23 PM
MAGA cultist Lance Wallnau missed his calling as a dungeon master if you ask me. Here he is leading a powerful spell to counteract the demonic forces of the libtard horde that wants to unfairly imprison Emperor Trump. We thank you for this Donald Trump that you raised up....
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A new proposal targeting hidden fees charged by cable and satellite companies could force TV providers to clearly list their 'all-in' prices. From a report The proposal announced today by Federal Communications Commission Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel would require cable...
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Spring is just around the corner, and if you're looking to refresh your arsenal of creative tools, we have just the gadget for you. —...
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Remember when Pebble founder Eric Migicovsky released an impassioned plea for someone, anyone, to make a small Android phone that would compete with the iPhone Mini? He's taking matters into his own hands. From a report: Now that Apple has stopped making new small phones,...
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Alerts telling folks their 'device may be vulnerable' triggered by KB5007651 A recent security update to Windows 11 has put the scare on some users by warning that Microsoft's Local Security Authority (LSA) feature is turned off and their system is vulnerable to attack.…
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FTC bans 'deceptive or unfair conduct' by ad firms - good luck with that America's Federal Trade Commission warned Wednesday it may sue companies for building generative AI tools that are used to scam folks, even if the software was not designed with that fraud in mind. …
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A good watchdog does blame the tools, or something like that America's Federal Trade Commission has warned it may crack down on companies that not only use generative AI tools to scam folks, but also those making the software in the first place, even if those applications...
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That Chrome extension you downloaded to add ChatGPT integration to Google results may not be the legitimate one—and it could cause you to lose access to your Facebook account.  Until earlier today, a malware copy of the “ChatGPT for Google” extension that stole Facebook...
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How much energy does it take to play Xbox? Microsoft is helping developers find out. At the 2023 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, the company announced a new toolkit for developers to measure real-time energy consumption from Xbox games. From a report: The...
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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission sued Justin Sun Wednesday on allegations of selling and airdropping unregistered securities, fraud and market manipulation. From a report: The SEC said in a press release it was suing Sun, the Tron Foundation, the BitTorrent...
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There are many great desktop environments for Linux, such as Cinnamon, KDE Plasma, and MATE to name a few. With that said, only one can be the best, and that is obviously GNOME. Look, folks, there's a reason Canonical uses it as the default DE for Ubuntu -- it's that good....
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Job listings site Indeed.com told employees on Wednesday that it's laying off 2,200 people, representing 15% of its headcount. From a report: Indeed CEO Chris Hyams broke the news to employees in an all-hands meeting on Wednesday morning, saying that the cuts would affect...
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Database shortcuts built in popular environment in hopes of scoring devs who want an easy life Distributed NoSQL database Aerospike has boosted functionality and engineering support for its real-time database within the popular Java development environment Spring...
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The 6.2.8, 6.1.21, 5.15.104, 5.10.176, 5.4.238, 4.19.279, and 4.14.311 stable kernel updates have all been released; each contains another set of important fixes.
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An ongoing internet disruption on one of Taiwan's islands is accelerating the self-governed territory's plans to launch an independent satellite network like SpaceX's Starlink, which would help ensure it remains connected in a potential Chinese invasion. From a report:...
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JWST? Whatever, I found ET in my dustpan If we want to find evidence for alien life we don't need to keep looking for chemicals in exoplanet atmospheres or distant radio signals, says a Japanese astronomer. Instead, we should be studying the thousands of micrometer-sized...
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Java, the most widespread technology in current enterprises, provides complete toolkits to support the implementation of a well-designed architecture. Hands-On Software Architecture with Java starts with the fundamentals of architecture and takes you through the basic...
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For a huge chunk of the PC gaming community, Counter-Strike defined team-based first-person shooters. Now there’s a sequel: Counter-Strike 2, which will debut this summer from Valve Software. You can test it out, too. The game’s developers describe it as “the next era of...
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It’s business as usual for Windows 11 Insiders in the Dev Channel as Microsoft today releases a fresh test build for the new operating system. Windows 11 Build 23419 comes with several new features, including introducing the ability to show seconds in the clock on the...
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The number of victims affected by a mass-ransomware attack, caused by a bug in a popular data transfer tool used by businesses around the world, continues to grow as another organization tells TechCrunch that it was also hacked. From the report: Canadian financing giant...
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