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22, 2020, 23:50 GMT

  • Tesla Announces 'Tabless' Battery Cells That Will Improve Range of Its Electric Cars
  • Linux Journal Is Back
  • Shell Reportedly To Slash Oil and Gas Production Costs To Focus More On Renewables
  • Microsoft Secures Backend Server That Leaked Bing Data
  • China, in Pointed Message To US, Tightens Its Climate Targets
  • YouTube Will Use Tech Updates To Better Enforce Age Restrictions
  • Microsoft Is Bringing Edge To Linux
  • Microsoft Gets Exclusive License For OpenAI's GPT-3 Language Model
  • Microsoft Develops a 'Virtual Commute' for Remote Workers
  • Tim Cook on Antitrust Investigations: 'There is No Monopoly Here'
  • Amazon Restricts How Rival Device Makers Buy Ads on Its Site
  • Facebook Vows To Restrict Users if US Election Descends Into Chaos
  • Russia Wants To Ban the Use of Secure Protocols Such As TLS 1.3, DoH, DoT, ESNI
  • Samsung's Fast, PCIe 4.0-ready 980 Pro SSD Can Future-Proof Your PC Build
  • A $50 Phone is Ambani's Weapon To Dominate India Telecom Market
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  • Huawei chair says company’s current goal is ‘survival’ as it battles ‘non-stop-aggression’
  • Get ready for Clippy 9000: Microsoft exclusively licenses OpenAI's mega-brain GPT-3 for anything and everything
  • Microsoft Arcs up and makes Azure's manage-all-the-servers service a reality
  • Humans suck so much at beating this pandemic that Microsoft has made an AI to enforce social distancing
  • As you're scrambling to patch the scary ZeroLogon hole in Windows Server, don't forget Samba – it's also affected
  • It's been a vintage year for bug bounty hunters, says HackerOne as it boasts of $40m+ passing through its treasure chests
  • Microsoft muscles in on the comms API space to compete with Twilio and AWS Chime
  • Microsoft will release a web browser for Linux next month. Repeat, Microsoft will release a browser for Linux – and it uses Google's technology
  • To bring data down from the heavens, open your heart to GSaaS, says Microsoft as it launches Azure Orbital
  • Oracle adds Arm-powered servers with up to 160 cores to its cloud – must be why it sunk millions into Ampere
  • Second lockdown? Perfect time to unveil Teams Breakout rooms and another ginormitor – the 85-inch Surface Hub 2S
  • Royole's no chicken: Chinese firm goes in for another round with sequel to panned foldable
  • Microservices guru says think serverless, not Kubernetes: You don't want to manage 'a towering edifice of stuff'
  • By the beard of Zeus! Arm takes another tilt at serious servers with SVE-capable 96-core Neoverse V1
  • Adidas now stands for All Day I'm Disconnecting All Servers as owners of 'smart' Libra scales furious over bricked kit
  • Apple Watch Series 6 isn't a step back for repairability but in its own way that's a leap forward
  • UK Ministry of Justice dangles £20m, seeks paper-free payroll services – this time for the judiciary
  • SpaceX scuppered by weather once more as skygazers win a Starlink reprieve
  • Happy Hacking Professional Hybrid mechanical keyboard: Weird, powerful, comfortable ... and did we mention weird?
  • UK Parliament's human rights committee pushes for better protections of coronavirus contact-tracing data in law
  • Ancient telly borked broadband for entire Welsh village
  • This year’s biggest security flaws – coming soon to a screen near you
  • GNOME alone: FOSS desktop folk to start counting in whole numbers again
  • UK govt urged to bolt tough legal protections onto Arm and protect jobs – or simply veto Nvidia's £31bn acquisition
  • Cisco bets on real-world events with overseas audiences resuming in late 2021
  • 'I don’t want to see another computer for the rest of my life'... Brit Dark Overlord cyber-extortionist thrown in an American clink for five years
  • Contractor convicted of pinching supercomputer cycles to mine cryptocurrency
  • India orders 180-day sprint to wire 46,000 villages
  • She was praised by the CEO and promoted. After her brother and mom died, she returned from compassionate leave. IBM laid her off
  • Have no idea WTF is going on with the Oracle-Walmart TikTok deal? Don’t sweat it, here’s our latest rundown
  • Another reminder that bias, testing, diversity is needed in machine learning: Twitter's image-crop AI may favor white men, women's chests
  • Before you buy that managed Netgear switch, be aware you may need to create a cloud account to use its full UI
  • Remember those Salesforce layoffs after that bumper Q2? Yeah, forget that, SaaS player set to hire 12,000 staff
  • Future airliners will run on hydrogen, vows Airbus as it teases world-plus-dog with concept designs
  • Won't somebody think of the Oracle execs? No pay rises, bonuses, equity awards for top brass until 2022 at earliest
  • OnePlus to drop slightly better version of latest flagship next month ... and that's the T
  • Halloween approaches and the veil between worlds wears thin – the Windows 10 October 2020 Release walks among us
  • We're not getting back with Galileo, UK govt tells The Reg, as question marks sprout above its BS*
  • MP promises to grill UK.gov over revelations that Uber handed '2,000 pieces' of user data to London cops a year
  • Imagine working for GitHub and writing a command-line interface for the platform, then GitHub makes an 'official' one
  • Russians charged for $16.8m crypto-coin heist, but traders warned their cash is only as safe as their security is tight
  • Anglian Water fishes for on-trend laundry list – including low-code work – in £24m trawl
  • Tesla wins defamation counterclaim against Gigafactory whistleblower
  • Coding unit tests is boring. Wouldn't it be cool if an AI could do it for you? That's where Diffblue comes in
  • Ready to slip into your suitca... or not: Logitech wheels out new 'travel-sized' version of MX Master 3
  • Ports in a storm: The Matebook 14 won't set your world on fire, but it's still a half-decent laptop
  • Space. The final frontier. These are the voyages of 'Advanced Night Repair' skin cream helping NASA to commercialise space
  • We don't need maintenance this often, surely? Pull it. Oh dear, the system's down
  • US cybersecurity agency issues super-rare emergency directive to patch Windows Server flaw ASAP
  • Dying software forces changes to VMware’s vSphere Clients

  • Linux Journal News
    22, 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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