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Wednesday January 26, 2022. 06:30 PM
Peter Robbins, who was the voice of Charlie Brown in Peanuts cartoon TV specials in the 1960s, died last week from suicide. He was 65. Robbins began voicing Charlie Brown in 1963 and was such a fan of Peanuts that he had a tattoo of Charlie Brown and Snoopy hugging each...
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The White House plans to release an ambitious strategy Wednesday to make federal agencies tighten their cybersecurity controls after a series of high-profile hacks against government and private infrastructure in the last two years, according to a copy shared with CNN. From...
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Modern games employ pretty much every digit on both your hands, and of course your eyes and ears. Throw in some multiplayer communication and you get your voice in on the action, too. And if you’re streaming to an audience, you have all that to manage, plus keeping a bunch...
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Tech giants will voluntarily do the right thing because of course they always do US President Joe Biden has weighed into the Right to Repair furore once more as sueballs fly over some alleged monopolistic practises by a well-known farming equipment manufacturer.…
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Budget airlines like Southwest and Ryanair frequently make their passengers use stairs to board their planes and disembark. Some are even adding built-in stairs to their aircraft. Obviously it's to save money. But how much really? Simple Flying breaks down the extra fees...
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Hello welcome back to Spoken Word with Electronics. This week we discuss candy mints, or Bit-Mint. Sometimes the most ordinary things in the world are pulled off shelves for their ingredients. This happened to Certs Mints in 2018. Like most drugs, the after-market pricing on ...
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Cybercriminal gangs laundered an estimated $8.6 billion worth of cryptocurrency last year, in 2021, a 30% rise from the previous year, according to a Chainalysis report published today. From a report: The company said it arrived at the number by tracking transactions linked...
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Is Martin Jose Alvarez (28) the next Gordon Ramsay? The 28-year-old gentleman was arrested for threatening the staff at a Florida Waffle House because their culinary skills weren't up to snuff. 'You better cook the fucking bacon right!' instructed the shirtless food critic....
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Home Studio Simplified deconstructs and reconstructs the isolated tracks from the Bee Gees' disco classic 'Stayin' Alive' from 1977. 'Whether you're a brother or whether you're a mother, you're stayin' alive.'
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If even Captain PowerShell can't automate this, what hope is there for the rest of us? As Microsoft toasts another quarter of soaring profits, The Reg can't help but wonder if the bottom line is being ever so gently assisted by something that seems to be blighting its staff: ...
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In a new blog post in which he discussed a number of things, including the (near) future of Windows 11, Panos Panay, Chief Product Officer, Windows + Devices talked about how the new operating system is driving 3x more traffic to the newly redesigned Microsoft Store....
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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. If you've got a fuzzy feline friend at home, you know how important it is to keep them active and stimulate their curiosity. — Read the...
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Security updates have been issued by CentOS (httpd), Debian (libxfont, lrzsz, nss, openjdk-17, policykit-1, webkit2gtk, and wpewebkit), Mageia (polkit), openSUSE (expat, json-c, kernel, polkit, qemu, rust1.55, rust1.57, thunderbird, unbound, and webkit2gtk3), Oracle...
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Move over K-pop, the K-metaverse is coming South Korea's Ministry of Science and ICT (MIST) has earmarked ₩9 trillion ($7.5bn/ £5.55bn) for projects including AI and the development of a K-metaverse as part of its Digital New Deal programme.…
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A snowplow driver barreling down an Ohio freeway sent a plume of slush onto the road that caused at least 12 people to suffer injuries. As the devil-may-care operator made his merry way down the turnpike, at least forty cars were damaged. — Read the rest
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Do I Need An Umbrella Today? Perhaps.
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Intel won a historic victory in its court fight over a record 1.06 billion-euro ($1.2 billion) competition fine, in a landmark ruling that upends one of the European Union's most important antitrust cases. From a report: The EU General Court ruled on Wednesday that...
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A new survey of 600 IT admins finds almost a third say that their biggest challenge is keeping users secure, while 67 percent say they are stuck in a daily grind of provisioning services and apps, managing user identities, dealing with employees who have ignored best IT...
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Cory Doctorow reports on the 'copyleft predator,' a new breed of troll who uses obsolete Creative Commons licenses as legal boobytraps to snare publishers who think they're doing the right thing. Creative Commons users really don't get this, by and large — neither the...
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Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin has set up an email snitchline, where parents can report 'divisive practices' taking place at their child's school, such as teaching the facts about racism in the US, or daring to ask students to wear a mask (of course Youngkin sends one of his...
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