The Galaxy S20, particularly the Ultra variant, was panned for being excessive and while the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, in particular, stepped back a bit, it was still regarded to be too much. Sales of Samsung’s flagships might be seeing a downward trend this year but the company’s revenues might still be salvaged by what could actually be its best … Continue reading
A new paper has been published concerning the iconic and tragic wreck of the Titanic. The research paper speculates that the solar flare activity could have contributed to the massive ship’s sinking. The Titanic sunk on April 14, 1912, and the new study has found that the northern hemisphere was being hit by a moderate to severe magnetic storm on … Continue reading
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I’m not sure we talk about Linux enough. For those of us who have grown up in open source, as well as those new to open source, we all owe a huge debt of gratitude to the pioneering work by the Linux community. Linux, after all, was the early poster child for what open source meant, and what it could mean for individuals, businesses, and governments.But the Linux community, including its gravitational center, Linus Torvalds, has also shaped the way open source works today. From Git to organizational structure (maintainers, committers, etc.), Linux has either directly established or indirectly influenced how open source communities operate. It’s therefore worth reviewing some of the ways Linux paved the way for open source, generally, as detailed in The Linux Foundation’s 2020 Linux Kernel History Report.To read this article in full, please click here
"We have only seen the tech recruitment market slow for permanent positions. But even here, things are starting to pick up again..."
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Twitter is officially rolling out its new quote tweets counter, which lets you easily see every time a given tweet has been retweeted alongside a comment. “Tweets about a Tweet add more to the conversation, so we’ve made them even easier to find,” the company said, also noting that the new counter will be shown between the existing “Retweets” and “Likes” labels.
The social network has been testing the feature for a few months now, with different names and user interface designs. It’s experimented with labeling the counter as “Retweets with Comments” rather than “Quote Tweets” for example, and it’s also tested hiding it in a sub-menu rather than showing it directly on the tweet.
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Jeremy Corbyn’s brother has been fined £10,000 for breaking newly introduced coronavirus laws.Piers Corbyn was arrested at an anti-lockdown protest in Trafalgar Square on Saturday where he appeared on stage alongside conspiracy theorist David Icke and X-Factor loser Chico in front of a crowd that numbered in the thousands.Protesters displayed anti-mask and anti-vaccination placards and attendees and speakers described Covid-19, which has killed more than 40,000 in the UK alone, as a “hoax”.Under new changes to regulations, those attending a gathering of more than 30 people may be committing a criminal offence.Speaking to HuffPost UK, the 73-year-old climate change denier who set up controversial weather forecasting business Weather Action, confirmed the fine and the arrest.He added: “There was no justification whatsoever for this fine. The order for my arrest appears to have come from on high, nothing to do with local police. When I asked the police, they said to me it came from on high.”When asked what he meant by “on high”, Corbyn said: “Well who controls the Metropolitan Police? It was either the Greater London Authority or the government that indicated that me or somebody had to be arrested because they were clearly annoyed that we were getting so much success and publicity through the mainstream [media] such as [Russian state-backed media channel] Russia Today.”Corbyn also said he would be refusing to pay the fine, saying: “I don’t have £10,000 but what will happen is they will send this fixed penalty notice demanding the money through the post and we then refuse to pay.“Then they will chase us for the money so we’ll have a court case or we appeal it and refuse to pay.”More than a thousand protesters are thought to have assembled in central London, describing the virus as a “hoax” and demanding restrictions are brought to an end. Corbyn told HuffPost UK: “There is no justification in any terms for any of the anti-Covid measures. They are not to control Covid, they are there to control the population.”We have rules in place to keep people safe. You could face a fine if you decide to break them.⬇️— UK Prime Minister (@10DowningStreet) August 30, 2020Face-coverings were near non-existent at the rally, with banners with slogans such as “masks are muzzles” and “stop 5G” – a reference to baseless links between the technology and coronavirus – on display. On Saturday, the Metropolitan Police said a 73-year-old man had been arrested in Trafalgar Square at 3.25pm on suspicion of breaking the new Health Protection Regulations 2020.He was informed on Sunday that a fixed penalty notice would be issued for £10,000 for the offence of holding a gathering of more than 30 people in an outdoor place, according to the force.He has been released from custody, police added. Related...
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Audio production studio QCode is gearing up to produce another scripted podcast, this one called “Ghost Tape.” The serialized podcast will be in the horror genre and will be released this October from co-creators Nia DaCosta and Aron Eli Coleite with Kiersey Clemons in the starring role. This show will join several other scripted podcasts from QCode, including “Blackout.” As … Continue reading
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The Volkswagen ID.4 is the German carmaker’s much-awaited and first-ever electric SUV to arrive in the USA. Yes, we’re not getting the ID.3 compact EV, but Volkswagen is determined to face Tesla heads-on with the ID.4, and VW’s in a hurry to begin the onslaught in Germany, for a start. In a recent press release, Volkswagen is kickstarting production of … Continue reading
OnePlus enthusiasts will remember 2020 as the year when the company decided to become a company that makes more than flagships. Apart from releasing the ...
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