Gaming on Linux in 2021 on Ubuntu: It works, and it’s finally EASY!

Video Games On Linux? In this article, the newest compatibility feature for gaming will be introduced and explained for all you dedicated video game fanatics. Valve releases its new compatibility feature to innovate Linux gaming, included with its own community of play testers and reviewers. In recent years we have made leaps and strides on… Continue reading Gaming on Linux in 2021 on Ubuntu: It works, and it’s finally EASY!

The European Union has approved the sale of the first artificial heart

Artificial heartmaker Carmat will begin sales of its devices from the second quarter of this year after a long-awaited European Commission approval. Carmat this week obtained a CE mark for the device, meaning the company can now sell it in the European Union as a bridge to a heart transplant for patients suffering from irreversible end-stage heart failure. Surgeon… Continue reading The European Union has approved the sale of the first artificial heart

About 3 Percent of Starlink satellites have failed so far

SpaceX has drawn plenty of praise and criticism with the creation of Starlink, a constellation that will one day provide broadband internet access to the entire world. To date, the company has launched over 800 satellites and (as of this summer) is producing them at a rate of about 120 a month. There are even… Continue reading About 3 Percent of Starlink satellites have failed so far

RIAA blitz takes down 18 GitHub projects used for downloading YouTube videos

Main target of the takedown was the youtube-dl project, a Python library that had amassed more than 72k stars on GitHub and was used in many YouTube video ripping tools and services. Microsoft-owned GitHub has removed today 18 projects from its code-hosting portal following a legal request filed by the Recording Industry Association of America… Continue reading RIAA blitz takes down 18 GitHub projects used for downloading YouTube videos

Intel Suffers IP Data Breach – Here it is.

Today, data was leaked online by a Swiss security researcher after receiving it from an anonymous hacker. US chipmaker Intel is investigating a security breach after earlier today 20 GB of internal documents, with some marked “confidential” or “restricted secret,” were uploaded online on file-sharing site MEGA. The purported hacker had this to say: the alleged hacker claimed to… Continue reading Intel Suffers IP Data Breach – Here it is.

The Last Good Phone

In a world where expensive dumbed-down phones rule supreme, one stood out in defiance… https://read.amazon.com/kp/card?preview=inline&linkCode=kpd&ref_=k4w_oembed_DmUknRrc0OkuAF&asin=B07VD3JH2C&tag=anicyber-20Shopping for a new phone? The Xiaomi A3 is a cost-effective power-house of a phone; They usually sell for ~$210 – compare that to the $800 average. Get one while they’re still being made! Remember headphone jacks? Of course this phone… Continue reading The Last Good Phone

Open Sourcing Immortality

It’s about time someone went and did it! Now there’s a place to talk about extending the natural human life in a collaborative manner. Check it out at: Reddit is a social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website. It’s also a great place for memes! 🧐

Are Tesla’s Cameras a Threat To Our Privacy?

“I love that my car recorded a hit-and-run on my behalf,” writes a technology columnist at the Washington Post. “Yet I’m scared we’re not ready for the ways cameras pointed inside and outside vehicles will change the open road…” Long-time Slashdot reader Strudelkugel shared the Post’s report: It’s not just crashes that will be different. Once governments,… Continue reading Are Tesla’s Cameras a Threat To Our Privacy?