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Monday May 21, 2018. 11:41 PM
Now that Wade Wilson has cleaned up all those pesky loose ends, what's next for the X-Universe?
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Hey, remember a few months back when we told you about the dogs of Chernobyl? If not, long story short: when the nuclear power plant lost its shit back in the 1980s, everyone was evacuated so quickly that they were forced to leave their pets behind. The dogs living in the...
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An anonymous reader writes: Speed isn't everything, or is it? According to a report from Ars Technica, the National Advertising Division (NAD) says T-Mobile should stop claiming that is has 'America's Best Unlimited Network' because it needs to prove it also has the widest...
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And the second The Old New Thing story, about adding a Windows 3.1 virtual machine to Windows 95. As the Windows 95 project started to come together, I was approached to undertake a special project: Run Windows 3.1 in an MS-DOS virtual machine inside Windows 95. This was the ...
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Get it? Address? As in, oh never mind Analysis Stop us if you've heard this one before: the rollout of IPv6 is going slower than expected.…
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It’s still weird to think about there being movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after Avengers 4. With what little we know about it, plus the events of Avengers: Infinity War, there’s really no way […] The post Jake Gyllenhaal Joins the MCU, Coulson Begins & More...
    Geek - May 21, 11:00 PM
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Design blunder exists in Intel, AMD, Arm, Power processors A fourth variant of the data-leaking Meltdown-Spectre security flaws in modern processors has been found by Microsoft and Google researchers.…
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Emmabuntüs is a desktop Linux distribution designed to be run on older computers. The project has released a new version based on Debian 9 Stretch featuring the Xfce desktop environment. The LXDE desktop can easily be installed as an alternative interface. "This Debian Editi...
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I've got two fun The Old New Thing stories for you today, starting with a story about Windows' ZIP file support. Every so often, a customer will ask whether Windows Compressed Folders (Zip folders) supports something fancy like AES encryption, and we have to shake our head...
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In early 2016, two planetary scientists declared that a ghost planet is hiding in the depths of the solar system, well beyond the orbit of Pluto. Their claim, which they made based on the curious orbits of distant icy worlds, quickly sparked a race to find this so-called...
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The 5210 Ion from Micron is the first QLC SSD ever brought to market -- and it's aimed at enterprise, not consumers. The post Micron’s 5210 Ion Enterprise SSD Packs Industry’s First QLC NAND appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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And has to cough up $350,000 in ill-gotten gains A bloke armed with a fistful of cellphone numbers has been sent down for 30 months for his role in a scam that fleeced folks out of $50m in bogus monthly charges.…
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When a chemist raised concerns about the blood testing machines' high error rates, she was ignored. So she resigned.
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One of the best reasons to buy a piece of Apple hardware, in my opinion, is the company’s history of protecting the privacy of its customers. Provided you're not a customer living in China. You may recall that, a while back, iOS users in China lost the ability to download...
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Activate your willing suspension of disbelief because Squirrel Monkey's back with Wonders of the World Wide Web. In this episode, they envision Amazon, 'the department store of the future,' as a virtual department store in the eighties. It's not historically accurate by any...
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SSDs are about to get a whole lot bigger and a whole lot cheaper. Intel and Micron on Monday afternoon announced the delivery of the industry's first Quad-Level Cell NAND dies, which will offer a third more space than previous technology.QLC technology stores four bits per...
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64-layer read-centric drive is industry first, we're told Micron has whipped out the 64-layer 5210 ION SSD – apparently the industry's first QLC NAND flash drive – opening a new front in the SSD-HDD marketing war.…
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QLC SSD is the place to be Micron is introducing a 64-layer QLC flash 5210 ION SSD, opening a new front in the SSD-HDD marketing war.…
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I still buy multi-packs of the red egg. My daughter is into Aaron's Thinking Putty, but I find Silly Putty to be the ultimate fidget toy. Lifting newsprint ruins the putty, so buy a few eggs at once. Original Silly Putty Pack #104-48 6 Pack via Amazon
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At the 2018 Linux Storage, Filesystem, and Memory-Management Summit (LSFMM), Steve French led a discussion of various problem areas for network filesystems. Unlike previous sessions (in 2016 and 2017), there was some good news to report because the long-awaited statx()...
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