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Why NFTs Don't Have a Screenshot Problem

13 Oct 2021 5 minute read 4 comments CJΞN

Markets for traditional art and collectibles are thriving despite forgeries, and the issue is even smaller with NFTs Photo by Mika Baumeister on Unsplash  If you’ve heard about NFTs and have a rough idea about how they work, you’ve probably heard ab...

The Next Big Data Breach You Need to Know About

13 Oct 2021 1 minute read 2 comments Matthew Rosenquist

The Syniverse hack may be the most important data breach of the year! Hackers had access for 5 years and potentially compromised hundreds of billions of SMS text messages, likely including 2nd Factor Authentication codes that protect logins and are...

Why passengers cannot use mobile phones on planes

13 Oct 2021 4 minute read 0 comments Luca B

As everybody knows, once the cabin door closes, all personal electronic devices must be turned off until the plane reaches 10,000 feet; the use of cell phones is prohibited from the moment the plane starts taxing until landing. These restrictions are...

Valve Has Been Hitting All the Right Notes with the Steam Deck, but It All Comes Down to Games

13 Oct 2021 3 minute read 1 comment LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. On October 6, Valve uploaded a video on its YouTube channel where it finally showed (some of) the Steam Deck's internals. And I have to say, I came away way more impressed than I expected out of a teardown video. The Tea...

Sadly my laptop CPU is not supported for a Windows 11 upgrade

12 Oct 2021 2 minute read 1 comment Bala

I read somewhere that Windows 11 upgrade is being pushed to many users who are currently using Windows 10. I was so excited and wanted to check if my laptop was compatible or not. I quickly opened windows updates and found out that my laptop was not...

Experiment: I use Publish0x to make a million - Week #10

8 Oct 2021 1 minute read 4 comments Austras

Week #10 this week picked things up and sped them along. I made some gains back from the previous dips despite this, the process is fairly slow so I started using Kucoin's trading bots to see if things could be sped up. I'll go over briefly how the t...

Transhumanism and the Advent of Conscious Evolution

8 Oct 2021 7 minute read 0 comments Don Hartig

Since the first form of life emerged from the cosmic soup of protoplasm that had agglomerated to form our planet, evolution has been an intrinsic and continuous element of organic life. However, it is only now that we are, for the first time, faced...

Impacts of Facebook's glitch on the global economy

8 Oct 2021 1 minute read 2 comments bmvtyea

Last Monday (04), the whole world was impacted by the interruption of the operation of Facebook platforms. The technical problem - according to the company - took Facebook's core social network and its Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger apps offline f...

Are Cybersecurity Labels on IoT Devices a Wasted Effort

5 Oct 2021 2 minute read 2 comments Matthew Rosenquist

The U.S. is exploring the idea to establish cybersecurity labels on IoT devices and software, in hopes it will both inform consumers of risks and motivate manufacturers to improve the security for the flood of new products entering the market. Inter...

Linux Improves and Maintains Over 1% Steam Marketshare for Third Consecutive Month

4 Oct 2021 2 minute read 0 comments LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash. Back in July when Linux hit the 1% milestone, I hypothesized that there was genuine momentum due to the lukewarm reception towards Windows 11 and Linux's greater versatility with FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR). A month l...