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29, 2020, 23:50 GMT

  • Black Hole Photo May Also Have Captured Light From Around the Universe
  • Could Robots Help Us Fight Infectious Diseases?
  • Ambitious Project Seeks to Re-Create Every Structure on Earth in Minecraft
  • After 5 Years of Construction, 'Space Fence' Finally Declared Operational
  • Is Uranus Losing Its Atmosphere?
  • Bay Area Group Pushes $1,000 Universal Basic Income For Everyone
  • Remote City Council Meeting Interrupted By Pornographic Videos
  • Whatever Happened to Ashley Madison? Affairs in the Time of Coronavirus
  • Zoom Removes Code That Sends Data to Facebook
  • Astronomers Have Finally Found the Edge of the Milky Way
  • US Officials Use Mobile Ad Location Data to Study How COVID-19 Spreads
  • Should Students Still Be Graded In the Time of Covid-19?
  • NYT Investigates America's 'Lost Month' for Coronavirus Testing
  • One Woman Can Smell Parkinson's Disease Before Symptoms Manifest
  • Cringely Predicts 2020 Will See 'the Death of IT'
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    The Register
    29, 2020, 20:30 GMT

  • Microsoft reveals 775 percent Azure surge, quotas on some resources and ‘significant new capacity’ coming ASAP
  • Infosys fires employee who Facebooked ‘let’s hold hands and share coronavirus’
  • Drones intone 'you must stay home,' eliciting moans from those in the zone: Flying gizmos corral Brits amid coronavirus lockdown
  • Remember that clinical trial, promoted by President Trump, of a possible COVID-19 cure? So, so, so many questions...
  • Gresecurity maker finally coughs up $300k to foot open-source pioneer Bruce Perens' legal bill in row over GPL
  • Yeah, that Zoom app you're trusting with work chatter? It lives with 'vampires feeding on the blood of human data'
  • Could WFH web traffic topple a Brit telco? Pfff, scoff operators. This has nothing on Liverpool v Everton streaming
  • Capita cuts projects, furloughs workers due to 'unpredictable level of disruption' from COVID-19
  • Exchange some currency you want to? Guess the BIOS setup keyboard combination first you must, young Padawan
  • A pair of previews from Microsoft for a bit of weekend tinkering: PowerShell 7.1 and Visual Studio 2019 16.6
  • Hailing frequencies open, sir... America's Space Force hurls its first military comms satellite into Earth's orbit
  • UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, health secretary Matt Hancock both test positive for COVID-19 coronavirus
  • Interested in Busting a Move? Mmmm? IBM UK: We couldn't get to GTS redundo numbers we need by voluntary means
  • 20 years later, Microsoft's still hammerin' Xamarin: Bunch of improvements on the way for cross-platform coding toolset
  • Announcing the official Reg-approved measure of social distancing: The Osman
  • Google warns against disabling websites during Coronavirus pandemic
  • That awful moment when what you thought was a number 1 turned out to be a number 2
  • Lockdown ain't easy. And that's without snoring, burping, hair-shedding seals outside your house
  • Google polishes platinum Cloud Foundry membership badge as foundation takes KubeCF under its wing
  • California emits latest layoff statistics. March's numbers are ugly. It's 19,000 total, including many in tech
  • Want to see through walls? Electroboffins build tiny chip in the lab that vibrates at just the right frequency to do it
  • India’s networking market collapsed … in Q4 2019!
  • Microsoft buys Affirmed Networks to provide cloudy services for 5G network operators
  • Dell, VMware withdraw fiscal 2021 guidance amid humming global supply chain and remote work boom
  • Instagram, YouTube 'iron man' marketer first to be nabbed by Feds cracking down on fake coronavirus web cures
  • ISP Monkeybrains cries foul over coronavirus fees after requesting more bandwidth. Zayo says it was all a mistake
  • Microsoft staff giggle beneath the weight of a 52,000-person Reply-All email storm
  • What's a Google Play? Huawei talks up fledgling AppGallery store, shows off another voice assistant with a female name
  • AMD dials 911, emits DMCA takedowns after miscreant steals a load of GPU hardware blueprints, leaks on GitHub
  • From Gmail to Gfail: Google's G-Suite topples over for unlucky netizens, rights itself
  • Things that make you go zoom: Huawei rolls out pictastic P40 phones, no Google Play Store in sight
  • 2020 MacBook Air teardown shows in graphic detail how butterfly keyboards were snipped for scissor switch
  • Brits swarm Dixons Carphone for laptops, printers, games consoles, fridges, freezers to weather out COVID-19 storm
  • Huawei P40 Pro: Camera setup really captures the misery of an empty world foods aisle
  • Hey, China. Maybe you should have held your hackers off for a bit while COVID-19 ravaged the planet. Just a suggestion
  • Microsoft tries getting touchy-feely once again with its Windows Insiders
  • Give us a reason... not to buy a new handset? Samsung back-ports Galaxy S20 photo features to Galaxy 10 range
  • Drones, apps and packed lunches: The latest on big tech's COVID-19 response
  • Meeemories, fuel our revenue's incline: Micron sees uptick in PC and data centre demand as WFH becomes new normal
  • What happens when the maintainer of a JS library downloaded 26m times a week goes to prison for killing someone with a motorbike? Core-js just found out
  • Chart-topper Neo4j makes connections in effort to nudge graph DBs into the mainstream
  • Short of tech talent to deal with novel coronavirus surge? Let us help – with free job ads on The Register
  • Borky shark: A deserted airport and a Raspberry Pi feeling poorly at baggage claim. Welcome to 2020
  • BEHOLD! Japan's Hayabusa2 probe left human imprints on ASTEROID SAND
  • Apple: Relax, we're not totally screwing web apps. But yes, third-party cookies are toast
  • There's no Huawei a virus can stop us! 90% of our staff in China are already back at work, says CEO
  • SANS is offering fully certified cybersecurity training – without leaving your bunker
  • Corona coronavirus hiatus: Euro space agency to put Sun, Mars probes in safe mode while boffins swerve pandemic
  • Sharp gobbles NEC as Japan's display giants team up to take on Europe and North America
  • Cops charge prankster who 'corona-coughed' on aged officer and had it filmed




  • Linux Journal News
    29, 2020, 23:04 GMT

  • Linux Mint 19.2 "Tina" Cinnamon Now Available, IBM Has Transformed Its Software to Be Cloud-Native and Run on Any Cloud with Red Hat OpenShift, Icinga Web 2.7.0 Released, Google Rolling Out Android Auto Design Updates and Kernel 5.1 Reaches End of Life
  • Canonical Announces the Availability of Xibo as a Snap, Chrome 76 Released, Viruses Discovered in LibreOffice, Pop!_OS 18.10 Reaches End of Life, and Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security Warns of Microsoft Office Online Privacy Risks
  • Collabora Announces xrdesktop, Blender 2.8 Released, Arduino Selects Auth0 as Its Identity Management Platform of Choice, Microway Showcasing Its Data Science WhisperStation at PEARC19 and KDE Plasma Maintenance Update
  • Linux Ending Support for the Floppy Drive, Unity 2019.2 Launches Today, Purism Unveils Final Librem 5 Smartphone Specs, First Kernel Security Update for Debian 10 "Buster" Is Out, and Twitter Is Switching from Mesos to Kubernetes
  • Kernel 5.3-rc2 Is Out, Latte Doc v0.9 Officially Available, GitHub Blocking Developers from Certain Countries, the Khronos Group Announces the Public Release of OpenXR 1.0, and Netflix Joins the Academy Software Foundation
  • Icinga 2 Version 2.11 Release Candidate Announced, Pinebook Pro Available for Pre-Order, Sailfish OS 3.1 Seitseminen Released, VirtualBox 6.0.10 Is Out, and It's National Sysadmin Day
  • PHP 7.4.0beta1 Released, HypriotOS 1.11.0 Now Available, ALA Asks LinkedIn Learning to Change Terms of Service that Jeopardize Privacy Rights, Red Hat Announces RHEL 8.1 Beta and The Forbidden Arts Coming to Linux
  • FTC Announces $5 Billion Settlement with Facebook, First Preview Release of Fedora CoreOS Now Available, Red Hat Certificate System Achieves Common Criteria Certification, GNOME 3.33.4 Released and Summer Update on /e/
  • Feral Interactive Announces Commanders Update for Company of Heroes 2 for Linux, Participate in Fedora Test Week for Kernel 5.2, coreboot 4.10 Released, GNU Parallel 20190722 Released and EST Launches File Security for Linux v 7.0
  • Kernel 5.3-rc1 Released; VLC Security Flaw Discovered; Melissa Di Donato Appointed CEO of SUSE; Dropbox Brings Back Support for ZFS, XFS, Btrfs and eCryptFS; and YugaByte Is Now 100% Open Source












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