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Thursday January 14, 2021. 09:24 PM
A near-final build of Microsoft’s forthcoming Windows 10X operating system has leaked online, giving us our best look yet at the potential Chrome OS competitor. Windows Central has posted a hands-on walkthrough of the OS ahead of its expected launch, as Microsoft seeks to pro...
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Microsoft’s Windows 10X has leaked, and it’s boring.Well, it’s designed to be boring. Simple, really—uncomplicated, straightforward, without the fuss and clutter of “traditional” Windows. We wrote last year that Windows 10X now appears to be the new Windows 10 S...
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Great to know they 'remain committed' SAP is trying to tease the market with new features headed to the core database underpinning its enterprise applications.…
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A coalition of public interest advocates is asking U.S. regulators to investigate whether Amazon.com violates consumer protection laws with its process for canceling Prime subscriptions. From a report: In a letter to the Federal Trade Commission on Thursday, a group led by...
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Think of how much easier childhood would have been if we truly could just unleash a vengeful, animated pitcher of sugar water on our problems. In other beverage-related musings: I just learned that MD 20/20 is not Mad Dog and never was. — Read the rest
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These army guys have no guns, nor promote violence of any kind. Instead they strike yoga poses and are multicolored to enhance their gentle nature. Rainbow Joes is the colorful version of Yoga Joes–army guys wearing their helmets and uniforms striking yoga poses. — Read the...
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Samsung gave us an in-depth look at the new One UI 3.0 user interface during the Galaxy S21 launch, including a nifty new camera feature that’ll erase unwanted witting or unwitting photobombers. The new Object Erase feature uses AI to remove people from the image after it’s b...
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Silicon Valley's leading lobby, the Internet Association, is struggling to manage the competing interests of the companies it represents just as the industry faces a tide of bipartisan anger. From a report: Tech will fight policy battles around antitrust, content moderation...
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Just your Stylus? Pen support moves to latest flagship models It's flagship Thursday at Samsung, which for the better part of a decade has squatted over the premium sector of the Android market.…
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The consumer electronics show was virtual this year, and the WIRED Gear crew watched all the Zooms to bring you this list of nearly 80 products, trends, musings, and photos.
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A racing pigeon recently showed up in the backyard of someone's house in Australia, looking super worn out. The owner of the home fed it, and discovered that it had an identification leg-band. Turns out the bird was owned by someone in Alabama, and had disappeared during an...
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Computational biologists used an algorithm meant to model human language to instead predict how viruses could evolve to evade the immune system.
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Samsung Galaxy S21It’s out with the old and in with the new for the newly-announced Samsung Galaxy S21 range. While the range brings S-Pen support, new cameras and a brand new processor, the popular SD card slot has fallen by the wayside. As expected Samsung is ditching the...
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Blue Origin launched its first mission of 2021, flying its New Shepard rocket in West Texas to a medium height of just over 350,000 feet. From a report: This is the first flight for this particular booster, and for the capsule it carried, which was equipped with a range of...
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You know that update thing? JFDI Out of the top five vulnerabilities for 2020 three dated back to 2019 or earlier, according to infosec firm Tenable's annual threat report.…
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I have always had a thing for sprues, the plastic frames used in the injection molding process and to hold model parts in place. Anyone who does any scale modeling or tabletop game modeling likely has tons of this stuff lying around (if you don't throw it all away). — Read...
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It used to be, people would scoff at the idea of switching to a Linux-based operating system due to a lack of software. While that is still true for some folks -- especially business users -- it is less of a concern these days. Why? Well, so many things are done through the...
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Since the release of the 5.5 kernel in January 2020, there have been almost 87,000 patches from just short of 4,600 developers merged into the mainline repository. Reviewing all of those patches would be a tall order for even the most prolific of kernel developers, so...
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I got an iPhone 12 Mini a couple of weeks ago and bought a wireless charging pad for it. I use it to charge my phone on my desk. It's a lot more convenient than using a lightning cable so I bought another for my bedside table. — Read the rest
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Samsung committed a tech faux earlier this week when it issued a promotional tweet from an iPhone, the flagship handset made by a smartphone market arch rival. 'With #SamsungUnpacked drawing closer, we're working hard to bring you some exciting news. Which field of...
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