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Netflix is DOWN for Thousands of users worldwide...
Netflix is down for thousands across the globe. Reports began to surface around 3pm ET and is hitting the US, China and other countries in Europe.
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-10-18 20:18 UTC
SSD, HDD Reliability More Similar Than Thought...
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The Backblaze 4U storage pods can save up to 480 TB of user data. Backblaze is setting the record straight on HDD versus SSD reliability. The post SSD, HDD Reliability More Similar Than Thought appeared first on ExtremeTech .
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-10-18 18:36 UTC
Firefox Now Sends Your Address Bar Keystrokes to Mozilla...
Firefox now sends more data than you might think to Mozilla. To power Firefox Suggest, Firefox sends the keystrokes you type into your address bar, your location information, and more to Mozillas servers. Heres exactly what Firefox is sharing and how to control it.
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-10-09 18:00 UTC
Life's better together when you avoid Windows 11...
Microsoft claims that "life's better together" in their advertising for this latest Windows version, but when it comes to technology, there is no surer way of keeping users divided and powerless than nonfree software. Developing nonfree software is an inherently antisocial act, for it is
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-10-09 17:58 UTC
Smart Card in Healthcare Market Size, Share & Forecast to 2027...
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Smart Card in Healthcare Market Growth, Trends and Report Highlights

According to a new report Global Smart Card in Healthcare Market, published by KBV research, The Global Smart Card in Healthcare Market size is expected to reach $2.3 billion by 2027, rising at a market growth of 13% CAGR during
By kbvresearch on 2021-10-08 13:26 UTC
XRP Ledger payments could go offline with new Proof of Payments protocol...
Offline payments might soon feature on XRPL as developers at XRP Ledger Labs, the software company behind XRPL-based digital payments solutions, recently revealed the prototype of their Proof of Payments protocol. During a presentation at the Apex Develop
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-10-07 02:20 UTC
Ex-Google worker recalls 'scary' terminator moment he feared company was 'creating God'...
Google are 'creating God' claims a former employee who watched developers put robotic arms to action. Mo Gawdat admits the artificial intelligence he saw being built during his time at Google, was "really scary".
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-10-03 03:43 UTC
YouTube Makes 'Mistake,' CENSORS and Then Reinstates Ron Paul Institute Channel...
YouTube responded to Paul about three hours after Paul's complaint on Twitter: "Heard back from our team that this was a mistake and your channel has been reinstated. Thanks for being patient while we sorted this out – we'll be reaching out via email shortly in case you have any
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-10-01 03:01 UTC
Elon Musk praises China, says Tesla will continue to expand investments there...
It's the second time this month Musk was highly complimentary of the nation that's imperative to his electric vehicle company, saying it's a
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-09-27 01:57 UTC
T-Mobile rolls out in-store repairs at 500 locations in the US...
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The same-day device repairs start November 1, and T-Mobile Protection subscribers can take advantage of them up to five times per year.
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-09-16 18:34 UTC
'Massive' transatlantic data cable landed on beach in Bude...
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The new 7,000km-long internet cable connecting the UK and US has been brought ashore in Cornwall.
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-09-15 13:56 UTC
Big Tech Shadow-Banned Rose McGowan: Report...
Rose McGowan is slamming Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram after the platforms allegedly shadow-banned her accounts.
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-09-12 20:28 UTC
Some of the most iconic 9/11 news coverage is lost. Blame Adobe Flash...
Journalism is often considered the first draft of history, but what happens when that draft is written on a software program that becomes obsolete?
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-09-12 00:51 UTC
Nvidia Might Resurrect the RTX 2060 With 12GB Of VRAM...
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New rumor claims that Nvidia will rerelease the GeForce RTX 2060 with double the memory.
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-09-12 00:40 UTC
Google screwed temp employees out of millions in pay, complaint alleges...
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An SEC whistleblower complaint and internal company emails paint a picture of Google systematically underpaying temp workers.
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-09-12 00:39 UTC
Revealed: LAPD officers told to collect social media data on every civilian they stop...
An internal police chief memo shows employees were directed to use 'field interview cards' which would then be reviewed
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-09-08 19:54 UTC
Graphics cards are getting more expensive again...
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China is currently experiencing GPU shortages, causing prices to rise due to demand.
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-09-07 11:49 UTC
That killer feature in Windows 11? It won't arrive until next year...
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In a recent survey, there were two big new features in Windows 11 that had people excited. 35 percent said the centered Start menu was their favorite new feature, while 26 percent said it was native Android support they were most looking forward to. Well,
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-08-31 15:16 UTC
VPNs in India Should Be Blocked, Parliamentary Panel Again Urges Government...
The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Home Affairs has urged the government to block virtual private networks (VPNs) in India, citing VPN services as a "technological challenge" that could lead...
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-08-31 13:12 UTC
Facebook is the AOL of 2021...
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The 1990s had a word for being trapped inside a manipulative notion of human contact: AOL. Facebook and its ilk are the rebirth of that limited vision.
By Anonymous Submission on 2021-08-30 16:39 UTC
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