Steve July 5, 2022

Germany’s answer to System76 – pre-installed with your preferred distro Tuxedo Computers is launching a second generation of its Pulse high-end Linux laptop.…, Read More

Steve July 5, 2022

Hundreds of people in Akron, Ohio gathered outside the police department’s headquarters and marched through the city late Sunday, demanding justice for Jayland Walker after police footage was released showing that the 25-year-old Black man had been fatally shot from behind at least 60 times by officers as he tried to flee from a traffic stop on June 27. Demonstrators chanted Walker’s […]

Steve July 5, 2022

Technology is supposed to make our lives easier, but it seems that in many cases it also gives us something else to worry about. Research by Bespoke Software Development Company has used the online analytics tool Ahrefs to work out which products we’re most concerned about being hacked. Looking at Google search terms such as […]

Steve July 5, 2022

For anyone looking to try out Windows 11 without making a full commitment, opting for a virtualized version of the operating system is a great idea. Microsoft has just released updated versions of its Windows 11 virtual machine images which can be used completely free of charge. It is Windows 11 Enterprise that Microsoft has […]

Steve July 5, 2022

As ransomware attacks gained steam in the mid-2010s, Microsoft sought to give Windows users and admins tools to protect their PCs from such attacks. With its October 2017 feature update, the company added a feature called Controlled Folder Access to Windows 10.On paper, Controlled Folder Access sounds like a great protection for consumers, home users, […]

Steve July 5, 2022

For better or worse, I’m back on the business travel road again. And, friends, let me tell you, it’s miserable out there these days.Here are some woes my friends and I have faced — and what you can do to avoid them. First, remember that COVID-19 continues to be a problem. At my last conference, three […]

Steve July 5, 2022

Earth’s oceans are crisscrossed with roughly 1.2 million km of fiber optic telecommunication cables. Researchers have now succeeded in using a fiber in a submarine cable as a passive listening system, enabling them to listen to and monitor whales., Read More

Steve July 5, 2022

According to a new study, the first louse to take up residence on a mammalian host likely started out as a parasite of birds. That host-jumping event tens of millions of years ago began the long association between mammals and lice, setting the stage for their coevolution and offering more opportunities for the lice to […]

Steve July 5, 2022

I see that one million Americans have now signed the petition going around to impeach Justice Clarence Thomas. The petition, the work of MoveOn, cites Thomas’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, his vow in his concurring opinion that other privacy rights are next in his gunsights, and his refusal to recuse himself when he […]