Apple agrees to preinstall govt-approved apps in Russia

Apple has agreed to abide by the Russian laws to give users a notification to pre-install government-approved apps when they first use an iPhone or other company device. Moscow: From April 1, Apple will comply with the provisions of the law on the mandatory pre-installation of Russian software on its devices, reports Russian publication Vedomosti. Apple… Continue reading Apple agrees to preinstall govt-approved apps in Russia

Microsoft Email Servers Hacked, Blames China

The U.S. has issued an emergency warning after Microsoft said it caught China hacking into its mail and calendar server program, called Exchange. The perpetrator, Microsoft said in a blog post, is a hacker group that the company has “high confidence” is working for the Chinese government and primarily spies on American targets. The latest software update for Exchange… Continue reading Microsoft Email Servers Hacked, Blames China

Top 4 Cryptocurrencies for 2021

Based on our independent evaluation. Not investment advice. Listed in order of anticipated importance, by name, stock symbol, and market price (US Dollar) at the time of writing. #1 Bitcoin (BTC) 🏆 https://widget.coinlib.io/widget?type=chart&theme=light&coin_id=859&pref_coin_id=1505Cryptocurrency Prices by Coinlib The one that started it all. The Granddaddy-OG. Simply put, Bitcoin is the best – not because of its technology… Continue reading Top 4 Cryptocurrencies for 2021

Red Hat Releases “Free RHEL” for Open-Source Organizations

If your non-profit organization, project, standard body, or foundation is “engaged with open source,” you can get a free RHEL subscription via this program. Earlier this year, Red Hat introduced no-cost RHEL for small production workloads and for customer development teams. That being said, stable CentOS for enterprise is still dead,  and Free RHEL doesn’t fill the… Continue reading Red Hat Releases “Free RHEL” for Open-Source Organizations

The Human Interface Device

The Human Interface Device Not the one you may know; a concept piece. A message from the author: “Here’s the deal. We don’t have much longer to live. Not you and I, but humanity. We’re at a critical point. The decisions we make in the next hundred years decide the fate of our species. Do we… Continue reading The Human Interface Device

Google shutting down Stadia despite making ‘Great Progress’

A new report sheds light on the final days of Stadia’s game arm A week before Google announced it was shutting down Stadia Games and Entertainment, a studio developing first-party games for Stadia, executives praised staff for making “great progress” and “building a diverse and talented team.” According to a report from Kotaku, citing four sources with knowledge of… Continue reading Google shutting down Stadia despite making ‘Great Progress’

A nano-hospital in every body

Nanoscale doctors curing the body from within sounds like science fiction, but for Japanese research centre COINS, it’s a serious goal. The ambition is grand and the timeline spans decades: the development of nanomachines dispersed in the human body, performing detection, diagnosis and treatment and communicating wirelessly with physicians who monitor and direct treatment. “In… Continue reading A nano-hospital in every body

Google Having Issues in Australia; Paying for News, Legal Woes

This one’s two stories in one – what a deal! Why? Read along and I think you’ll be able to guess… the two are directly related! Google starts paying for news in Australia – including from InDaily Google has today launched a news platform showcasing journalism from a range of Australian publishers – including InDaily – and… Continue reading Google Having Issues in Australia; Paying for News, Legal Woes

WiFi for Voting Machines? Why Not, Says US Election Agency

The U.S. agency overseeing elections has “quietly weakened a key element of proposed security standards…” reports the Associated Press, “raising concern among voting-integrity experts that many such systems will remain vulnerable to hacking. “The Election Assistance Commission (EAC) is poised to approve its first new security standards in 15 years after an arduous process involving… Continue reading WiFi for Voting Machines? Why Not, Says US Election Agency