Technology

Steve April 12, 2021

A Tesla Model 3 modified by Unplugged Performance (UP) has won a race in the All Japan EV Grand Prix against a Porsche Taycan Turbo S. To top it off, the top performance electric Porsche was on semi slick tires. The All Japan EV Grand Prix tries to promote electrification by putting some of the […]

Steve April 12, 2021

Tesla’s stock (TSLA) will be the first to trade as a token on Binance’s exchange so that users can buy fractional shares using cryptocurrency. Over the last few months, Tesla has made some move in the rapidly growing cryptocurrency space. The automaker invested $1.5 billion in Bitcoin in February and started accepting Bitcoin as payment […]

Steve April 12, 2021

Vodafone reopened its stores today now that England and Wales have begun lifting more lockdown restrictions. Similarly to EE, Vodafone has extended its opening hours to meet anticipated customer demand after months of its store being closed. Across England and Wales, the firm has opened 363 stores while in Scotland and Northern Ireland it has […]

Steve April 12, 2021

Facebook announced today that it would bring information regarding COVID-19 vaccines to more people, as states are now expanding the eligibility to all adults in the country. The state-specific information, which would be taken from local health departments, would detail how adults can get vaccinated. The information would be provided in the form of pinned […]

Steve April 12, 2021

KDE Community has announced the official release of the KDE Plasma 5.21 desktop environment. Plasma 5.21 brings with it a massive amount of updates and improvements including a new redesigned interface of the Kickoff application launcher, a brand new theme called Breeze Twilight and many more enhancements. KDE says that “Plasma 5.21 is all about […]

Steve April 12, 2021

We tend to associate free with good. That’s not the case though when what is free is unauthorized root-level access to your Linux systems! On January 26, 2021, a vulnerability, CVE-2021-3156, was disclosed that affects just about every Linux or Unix distribution that utilizes the sudo functionality. TLDR: You need to update your operating system […]

Steve April 12, 2021

Because so much of our personal and professional data is available online today, it is important for everyone—from professionals to general internet users—to learn the basics of security and privacy. As a student, I’ve been able to gain experience in this area through my school’s CyberPatriot initiative, where I’ve had the opportunity to interact with […]

Steve April 12, 2021

Many years ago, there was encryption software called TrueCrypt. Its source code was available, although there were no major claims that anyone had ever audited or contributed to it. Its author was (and remains to this day) anonymous. Still, it was cross-platform, easy to use, and really, really useful. TrueCrypt allowed you to create an […]

Steve April 12, 2021

Presenting this week’s DebugPoint.com weekly roundup series (Week Ending April 12, 2021) series, refined for you from the Linux and the open-source world on application updates, new releases, distribution updates, and major news. Take a look. A calm week it was. Last week we saw many new releases. Hence it is a calm week that […]

Steve April 12, 2021

Apple detailed its plan to switch to ARM processors back in June. At the time, the company said it will be launching the first MacBooks powered by its new ARM processors by the end of the year. And today, it’s all official. Apple’s first ARM processor for the Mac is called the M1. Apple’s new […]