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Sunday June 23, 2019. 03:00 PM
A DIY-er DIY-ed a Tesla pickup truck, Domino's has a deal for self-driving delivery, and an electric plane designed to train pilots.
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The Grim Reefer shared this report from the Associated Press: Over the last two years America had more polluted air days than just a few years earlier, federal data shows. While it remains unclear whether this is the beginning of a trend, health experts say it's troubling to ...
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Enlarge / The most recent graduate from Ford's police academy, the Police Responder Hybrid Sedan. In 2013, Amy Krekelberg received an unsettling notice from Minnesota’s Department of Natural Resources: An employee had abused his access to a government driver’s license...
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You may not have heard of Tubi, Pluto TV, and Kanopy—but they're the perfect cure for subscription fatigue.
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Technology writer Matthew MacDonald began writing QuickBASIC code back in 1988 on the DOS operating system, sharing it on a 3.5-inch floppy disk. 'I still remember writing code in white text on its cheery blue background...' He tells his readers on Medium that 'I have a...
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Long-time Slashdot reader theodp writes: 'Other than trying to keep my kids from falling down the stairs in the Governor's mansion I don't know how much I deal with physics daily,' quipped Florida governor Ron DeSantis as he explained his support for a bill pushed by...
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'Some businesses, such as pharmaceuticals, still spend enormous amounts of time and money on intellectual property (IP) fights,' reports ZDNet. But 'thanks to the Open Invention Network (OIN), the largest patent non-aggression community in history, Linux and related...
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Remember that mouse study which concluded gut bacteria may contribute to autism symptoms? Jon Brock, a cognitive scientist with 18 years research experience on neurodevelopmental conditions, including autism, has posted a Medium post summarizing new critiques of the research ...
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An anonymous reader quotes MarketWatch: Iran has increased its offensive cyberattacks against the U.S. government and critical infrastructure as tensions have grown between the two nations, cybersecurity firms say. In recent weeks, hackers believed to be working for the...
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Saturday June 22, 2019. 11:34 PM
Slashddot reader dcblogs quote Tech Target: Ten years ago, China had 21 systems on the Top500 list of the world's largest supercomputing systems. It now has 219, according to the biannual listing, which was updated just this week. At its current pace of development, China...
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'In the last week, two different people have captured video of Tesla vehicles traveling down a freeway with an apparently sleeping driver behind the wheel,' writes Ars Technica. Iwastheone shares their report: Both incidents happened in California. Last week, local...
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'If you hate your company, its employees and the shareholders then go ahead and introduce the latest management fad: Hot-desking,' writes Forbes contributor Simon Constable. 'It's a better way to destroy the firm than inviting Russian hackers to rob you blind. 'The bigger...
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Intel's One API project aims 'to simplify application development across diverse computing architectures.' Now an anonymous reader quotes Phoronix: Intel announced an interesting development in their oneAPI initiative: they are developing a new programming language/dialect....
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'A Guardian investigation reveals that cities around the country are no longer recycling many types of plastic dropped into recycling bins. Instead, they are being landfilled, burned or stockpiled...' An anonymous reader shared this eye-opening report from the Guardian....
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An anonymous reader quotes VentureBeat: Mattermost, a startup developing what it characterizes as an open source messaging alternative to Google's Hangouts Chat, Atlassian's HipChat, Slack, and Microsoft Teams, today announced the closure of a $50 million series B funding...
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This week the New York Times' Style section asked an interesting question. 'Slack wants to replace email. Is that what we want?' The company says it has 88,000 paying customers -- a sliver of a sliver of the world's desk-and-phone-bound office workers, and fewer than work...
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Microsoft said late Friday that a preview release of Windows Terminal is now officially live, allowing early access to the open-source terminal application which is scheduled for a version 1.0 release this winter.While the preview version of the Terminal app can be...
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The price of Bitcoin surged past $11,000 today -- less than 24 hours after surging past $10,000. Ars Technica points out Bitcoin's price has tripled in less than six months, 'after crashing from an all-time high around $19,500 in December 2017.' And as the price of Ethereum...
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Cal and BD-1 scope out upcoming danger. [credit: EA / Respawn ] LOS ANGELES⁠—How much is a solid single-player Star Wars adventure game from EA worth in 2019? That answer might have been different six years ago, when EA's brand-new investment in the Star Wars...
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'You open your browser to look at the Web. Do you know who is looking back at you?' warns Washington Post technology columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler: Over a recent week of Web surfing, I peered under the hood of Google Chrome and found it brought along a few thousand friends....
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