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  • Project xCloud Public Preview Is Now Live
  • Erin Valenti, CEO of Tinker Ventures, Found Dead In Trunk of Her Rental Car
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  • Microsoft Wants To Use AI To Bleep Out Bad Words In Xbox Live Party Chat
  • Founder of 'Tesla Killer' Faraday Future Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
  • Building China's Comac C919 Airplane Involved a Lot of Hacking, Report Says
  • Mini Gravitational-Wave Detector Could Probe Dark Matter
  • Would You Give Up Google For $17,000 a Year? The Federal Reserve Wants To Know
  • A Code Glitch May Have Caused Errors In More Than 100 Published Studies
  • India's Reliance Jio Unveils Video Call Assistant To Help Businesses Automate Customer Support
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  • Chemists bitten by Python scripts: How different OSes produced different results during test number-crunching
  • What the &*%* did you just $#*&!*# say about me, you little &%$#*? 'AI' to filter Xbox Live chat
  • YouTube thinkfluencer Siraj Raval admits he plagiarized boffins' neural qubit papers – as ESA axes his workshop
  • Sudo? More like Su-doh: There's a fun bug that gives restricted sudoers root access (if your config is non-standard)
  • Apple insists it's totally not doing that thing it wasn't accused of: We're not handing over Safari URLs to Tencent – just people's IP addresses
  • Pitney Bowes: Can we be frank? Ransomware has borked our dead-tree post systems
  • Google unplugs AMP, hooks it into OpenJS Foundation after critics turn up the volume
  • How do we stop filling the oceans with Lego? By being a BaaS-tard, toy maker suggests
  • John Lennon says hello. Hello, hello... as Cancom buys Novosco for ?70m
  • Her Majesty opens UK Parliament with fantastic tales of gigabit-capable broadband for everyone
  • Visual Studio Code gets more touch-feely, new Windows Server builds arrive for brave admins
  • Tearoff of Nottingham: University to lose chunk of IT dept to outsourcing
  • Swiss wheeze: Microsoft reseller titan SoftwareONE plots IPO on Zurich exchange
  • RIP: First space-walk badass Alexei Leonov, who made it to 85 despite best efforts of Soviet machine
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  • Private equity to gobble up Brit virus blocker Sophos for ?3bn
  • Microsoft Teams: The good, the bad, and the ugly
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  • Robocop needs reboot, $200m for AI research, UK govt knowingly deployed racist passport system – plus more
  • Imperva cloud firewall pwned, D-Link bug uncovered – plus more
  • We, Wall, we, Wall, Raku: Perl creator blesses new name for version 6 of text-wrangling lingo
  • From Libra to leave-ya: eBay, Visa, Stripe, PayPal, others flee Facebook's crypto-coin
  • How bad is Catalina? It's almost Apple Maps bad: MacOS 10.15 pushes Cupertino's low bar for code quality lower still
  • No ghosts but the Holy one as vicar exorcises spooky tour from UK's most haunted village
  • Openreach's cunning plan to 'turbocharge' the post-Brexit economy: Getting everyone on full-fibre broadband by 2025
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  • I can't believe you've done this: Cisco.com asks visitors to explain to IT why they have broken the website
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  • Oh dear... AI models used to flag hate speech online are, er, racist against black people
  • SAP's CEO Bill McDermott quits: Will hand over to co-captains for Next Generation reboot
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    Октомври 15, 2019, 9:04 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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