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11, 2020, 3:50 GMT

  • Police Surveilled Protests With Help From Twitter-Affiliated Startup Dataminr
  • Canadian Genetic Non-Discrimination Act Upheld
  • Tyson Bets On Robots To Tackle Meat Industry's Worker Shortage
  • Apple Supplier Foxconn To Invest $1 Billion In India
  • The Uncertain Future of Ham Radio
  • Charter's Hidden 'Broadcast TV' Fee Now Adds $197 a Year To Cable Bills
  • Android 10 Had the Fastest Adoption Rate of Any Version of Android Yet
  • Facebook Considers Political-Ad Blackout Ahead of US Election
  • Google Bans Stalkerware Ads
  • Amazon Delays Next Video Game Half a Year After Latest One Flops
  • Signal's New PIN Feature Worries Cybersecurity Experts
  • Apple Advises Against MacBook Camera Covers Due To Display Cracking
  • France To Introduce Controversial Age Verification System For Adult Websites
  • US Finalizing Federal Contract Ban For Companies That Use Huawei, Others
  • Nearly 70,000 Tech Startup Employees Have Lost Their Jobs Since March
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    11, 2020, 2:30 GMT

  • An email banning our staff from using TikTok? Haha, funny story about that, we didn't mean it – Amazon
  • If at first you don't succeed... Rackspace files IPO papers to go public once again, hopefully with better timing
  • Spotted the ISS in the sky yet? How about pulling out some spare kit and giving it a listen?
  • Android 11 will let users stop device-makers from killing background apps, says Google
  • Rip and replace is such a long Huawei to go, UK telcos plead, citing 'blackouts' and 'billion pound' costs: Are Vodafone and BT playing 'Project Fear'?
  • Tony Blair tells Russian infosec conference that cross-border infosec policies need more gov intervention
  • So Darned Kind of you, Facebook: SDK bug sends popular iOS apps crashing earthwards
  • Soft press keys for locked-down devs: Three new models of old school 60-key Happy Hacking 'board out next month
  • Microsoft to pull support for PHP: Version 8? Exterminate, more like...
  • Software biz Advanced set to lay off 6% of its workforce, blames that virus
  • TomTom bill bomb: Why am I being charged for infotainment? I sold my car last year, rages <i>Reg</i> reader
  • Smile? Not bloody likely: Day 6 of wobbly services and still no hint to UK online bank's customers about what's actually wrong
  • We've paused Sigfox roof aerial payments, says WND-UK, but we'll make you whole after COVID
  • South Korea joins the ‘we’re going to be self-sufficient in more tech and then export bucketloads’ club
  • Pandemic proves just the tonic for PC sales as shipments shoot upwards
  • The reluctant log trawler: The buck stops with the back-end
  • Tata Consultancy Services says pandemic's most powerful punches landed in Q1 - and it's still dancing
  • Where do you stand on self-service and automation? Tell us the pros and cons from your viewpoint
  • If the Solar System's 'Planet Nine' is actually a small black hole, here's how we could detect it... wait, what?
  • China’s preferred Linux distro trumpets Arm benchmark results
  • Philippines government tech agency seeks 750 percent budget boost for COVIDigital transformation
  • Digicert will shovel some 50,000 EV HTTPS certificates into the furnace this Saturday after audit bungle
  • Privacy watchdogs from the UK, Australia team up, snap on gloves to probe AI-for-cops upstart Clearview
  • FYI: Someone's scanning gateways, looking for those security holes Citrix told you not to worry too much about
  • Mars InSight to stretch its arm and look around as mole-mashing ops are paused
  • Show a little spine? Nokia whips out SR Linux, a new routing network OS for cloud clients
  • A volt from the blue: Samsung reportedly ditches wall-wart from future phones
  • How to build a cyber threat intelligence program while cutting through the noise
  • Commons cause: IBM, Oracle, CNCF protest over Google's handling of Istio governance
  • Email seems lost in the post? You might be a Tsohost customer
  • Knock-Nokia... who's there? Also-vRAN Samsung with new open virtualized network antenna kit
  • MariaDB inhales $25m. 'People tried to get away with simpler' but now there's a 'relational renaissance,' says open-source biz chief
  • SAP rolls out early Q2 numbers, says 18% decline in licensing revenue is an 'improvement'
  • Never mind rail and ports, let's help DPD... and, er, Amazon: UK gov and ESA call for ways to slap logistics with 5G stick
  • If you haven't potentially exposed 1000s of customers once again with networking vulns, step forward... Not so fast, Palo Alto Networks
  • .NET Core: Still a Microsoft platform thing despite more than five years open source
  • Hungry? Please enjoy this delicious NaN, courtesy of British Gas and Sainsbury's
  • Lovely new dongles and lusciously lengthy cables are Intel's new offerings
  • Heir-to-Concorde demo model to debut in October
  • Road trip on Mars: Thrill as Curiosity rover races up to 0.06 miles per hour. Marvel as it takes a mile-long detour
  • Rancher rides off into the SUSE-set after acquisition by Linux outfit
  • CEO of motherboard maker MSI dies after plunging from headquarters' seventh-floor
  • Indonesia slaps 10 percent tax on three Googles
  • FYI: You do all know that America's tech giants, even Google, supply IT to the US military, right?
  • Asia’s internet registry APNIC finds about 50 million unused IPv4 addresses behind the sofa
  • Google Cloud cancels planned Chinese venture
  • Civil-rights probe: Facebook has completely failed to… Zuck: Look over here! We’ve banned four groups! Go me!
  • Microsoft sues coronavirus phishing spammers to seize their domains amid web app attacks against Office 354.5
  • Keep it Together, Microsoft: New mode for vid-chat app Teams reminds everyone why Zoom rules the roost
  • Google forges Open Usage Commons to manage open-source project trademarks, lobs hot-potato Istio at it




  • Linux Journal News
    10, 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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