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US security guards delete Google, Metas submarine cables • The Register

Security agencies in the United States have recommended that the FCC approve the commissioning of a mega-submarine cable from the US to APAC, the Pacific Light Cable Network, after Google and Meta signed an agreement promising China-based Pacific Light Restrict Data Communications The “Access to Information and Infrastructure” of Co …

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Open source advent calendar: the Ubuntu Linux PC operating system

This is an advent calendar for tech geeks. In the fully commercialized digital world, almost everything belongs to a large internet company. Their software is neither open nor free. As an alternative, there is this small island of the open source world: software whose code is publicly visible and can …

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Logistics giant warns of BEC emails after ransomware attack

Hellmann Worldwide warns customers of an increase in fraudulent calls and emails regarding money transfers and bank account changes following a recent ransomware attack. The attack occurred on December 9th and forced the logistics company to shut down its systems to contain the spread of the virus. However, by the …

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First SoC developed in a project between the University of Tampere, Finland, and companies

The first System on Chip (SoC) developed by the Finnish SoC Hub Consortium has been released. Project partners will next focus on improving the design, automation and performance of the SoC. The first of the three chips to be developed by the consortium should be ready for use in early …

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How safe is a Chromebook after it stops receiving Chrome OS updates?

In case you didn’t know already, every Chromebook has a predefined shelf life when it comes to getting Chrome OS updates. This is based on the CPU on your Chromebook, and Google has a website that shows when each Chromebook is no longer receiving these automatic software updates. You can …

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Samsung 2022 TV range unveiled with a touch of LG – channelnews

Samsung will use CES 2022 to unveil a new line of 8K MiniLED, 4K OLED and 4K MiniLED TVs that will be available in Australian stores through April 2022. The range depends on panels from arch-rival LG Electronics. The range will consist of models that use LG OLED panels, while …

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CentOS Linux 8 is about to end. What are you doing next

It has been a while since CentOS 8 Linux ended and the day has finally arrived. Red Hat’s CentOS Linux 8 will reach End of Life (EOL) on December 31, 2021. As this falls in the middle of the Christmas season, Red Hat will be extending zero-day support for CentOS …

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Oppo teases retractable rearview camera ahead of Inno Day 2021

m24045 IpsDisplay, 5 hours agoHere we have a Chinese company that drives innovation. First implementation on this … moreSamsung did this in 2013 m24045 Dan-dan5, 5 hours agoomfg! Innovation?! this is illegal!Check Samsung K Zoom from 2013🤣🤣🤣 3202675 Narazumono, 3 hours agoI haven’t heard of any spying through the front …

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Best markdown editor for distraction-free writing.

When I started working on this story, my laptop screen was just blank white space – a blank canvas to hide distractions and write on. This is what you get when you write in Typora, a distraction-free text editor for Windows, Mac, and Linux. With Typora there are no ugly …

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Open source lawsuit against Vizio takes an ugly turn

Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC), a non-profit organization that promotes open source software and defends the General Public License (GPL) for free software, has sued major television company Vizio for abuse of the GPL. In particular, Vizio uses the source code of Linux and other open source software such as BusyBox, …

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