Steve August 4, 2020

The New York City Board of Elections has certified the final count in a contentious, drawn-out Democratic primary in the 12th Congressional District, with long-time incumbent Rep. Carolyn Maloney declaring a narrow victory over progressive challenger Suraj Patel, Salon can report. Though the Patel campaign acknowledged the certification of the vote to Salon, it did not concede defeat, citing […]

Steve August 4, 2020

by Sam Manzella 6h ago Having a rough day? At least you’re not actor Kevin McHale, who accidentally gave his boyfriend salmonella. On Twitter, the Glee alum made an embarassing confession: He (unintentionally) served his BF, fellow actor Austin McKenzie, some undercooked chicken sausage, resulting in a bad bout of salmonella. At first, the couple […]

Steve August 4, 2020

by Christopher Rudolph 8h ago Lifetime has gifted us an early Christmas present. The cable net has announced that their upcoming slate of holiday movies will include The Christmas Set-Up, the network’s first original movie focusing on a LGBTQ romance. “We are thrilled to continue our legacy of creating a holiday destination that is welcoming […]

Steve August 4, 2020

Chicago Public Schools is expected to announce Wednesday that it will start the school year with all-remote learning in response to coronavirus concerns, according to published reports August 5, 2020, 1:31 AM 2 min read CHICAGO — Chicago Public Schools is expected to announce Wednesday that it will start the school year with all-remote learning […]

Steve August 4, 2020

Hong Hong has reported 80 new cases of COVID-19 and four additional deaths, while new cases in mainland China fell to just 27. Hong Kong saw cases spike in a new wave of infections, but new daily cases have now fallen back into the double digits. Authorities in the semi-autonomous Chinese city have ordered masks […]

Steve August 4, 2020

Crash dump, memory dump, core dump, system dump … all produce the same outcome: a file containing the state of an application’s memory at a specific time—usually when the application crashes. Knowing how to deal with these files can help you find the root cause(s) of a failure. Even if you are not a developer, […]

Steve August 4, 2020

If you were hoping July would yield another bumper month for Linux marketshare I’m here to gently shake you awake and waft an aromatic espresso under your nose. After reporting a remarkable month-on-month rise in Linux marketshare since April NetMarketShare is back with stats for the 31 days of July 2020 — and they show […]

Steve August 4, 2020

How can enterprises handle the complexity of multiple clouds — and reap unprecedented benefits? In a series of virtual roundtables, 30 IT leaders articulated the challenges and delivered insightful recommendations.Read More

Steve August 4, 2020

Mozilla today announced a new defense against advanced tracking tactics that it will be switching on in Firefox 79 starting immediately and pushing out to the remaining user base during the next few weeks. Calling the improved technologies and techniques Enhanced Tracking Protection 2.0 – Mozilla said that ETP 2.0’s primary job is to block […]

Steve August 4, 2020

CNN host Brianna Keilar on Monday called out Trump campaign adviser Mercedes Schlapp’s unsubstantiated claims that mail-in voting would lead to widespread “fraud” during a contentious interview. “It’s statistically insignificant,” Keilar pushed back against Schlapp’s “fraud” argument. “It’s not fraud, Mercedes. There is no evidence of fraud.” Schlapp insisted that people who support mail-in voting […]

Steve August 4, 2020

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is one of the seaside towns hit by floods Deadly Tropical Storm Isaias knocked out power to millions on the US east coast after making landfall in North Carolina as a hurricane. Two people died when a tornado struck a mobile home park. At least […]

Steve August 4, 2020

Newspaper headlines: Kate is ‘majestic in a mask’ and Beirut in ‘agony’ By BBC News Staff Image caption The Daily Telegraph reports that the Children’s Commissioner has told the government that pubs and shops should be shut if it is necessary to enable the full reopening of schools without causing a spike in coronavirus cases. […]