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NASA is bringing electric air taxi!

5 Sep 2021 1 minute read 0 comments NIl25

  The days of staying in traffic are over. NASA is bringing a taxi that can go anywhere by flying. The flying taxi has already been developed by the US space agency NASA. This information has been revealed in a report on the website of the company.N...

Linux Steam Marketshare Maintains Consistency: Could 2022 Actually be the "Year of the Linux Desktop"?

3 Sep 2021 3 minute read 3 comments LateToTheParty

When Linux officially hit 1% marketshare on Steam's July 2021 hardware survey, I was pretty ecstatic. For three years since Valve dropped a bombshell that was Steam Proton, the marketshare would show an upward trend, but not quite get there. I had th...

Taproot Upgrade Explained: The Way To More Private And Efficient Bitcoin

3 Sep 2021 4 minute read 3 comments ChangeNOW

Two types of transactions in the Bitcoin network are becoming increasingly popular: multi-signature and time-locked. Multisig feature allows to send Bitcoins only when enough private keys are present, and time lock sets a specified date or block heig...

Nightly v1.31.18 Released! Brave VPN For Desktop? - BRAVE NIGHTLY COMMIT UPDATE

3 Sep 2021 1 minute read 0 comments CLOCKW3ЯK

Greetings Devs, Bloggers, and Crypto enthusiasts!   Today, I'll be briefly covering the latest update to Brave Nightly v.1.31.18, or commit code f248ade.As we speak, Nightly 1.31.19, or commit code a2befb8, is underway as well, with no download avail...

The Cybersecurity Vault - Rohit Parchuri on the Challenges of Securing Future Healthcare

2 Sep 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Matthew Rosenquist

The Cybersecurity Vault — Episode 2 — The risks and opportunities of securing data are shifting rapidly for the healthcare industry. Rohit Parchuri who serves as the CISO for Collective Health Security, discuses the rapidly changing challenges in he...

Microsoft Customers Prefer Linux on Azure Cloud

2 Sep 2021 2 minute read 4 comments Debesh Choudhury

Top 100 Microsoft Customers deploy Linux (not Windows) on Azure That is why Microsoft Azure loves Linux more than Windows!  This is not an overstatement but a hundred percent true. Former CEO of Microsoft Steve Ballmer had termed Linux as ‘a cancer’....

The Cybersecurity Vault - The Silent War on Digital Privacy with Andy Brown

2 Sep 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Matthew Rosenquist

The Cybersecurity Vault, Episode 1  —  With the growing influx of sharable personal data and the power it holds in the lives of consumers and companies alike, is it possible to create a digital space that exchanges and protects data while still hold...

Software Testing - 294 second costs 18,5 mln $ crash of Mariner-1

2 Sep 2021 2 minute read 0 comments Otek

Hello again :) Writing about Software Testing gives me so much fun, that I'm creating new articles much often than I expected at the beginning :) This time I will cover another famous big software crash. The last time I wrote about Therac-25 case (ht...

Becoming a Data driven business

2 Sep 2021 8 minute read 1 comment RobGraeme

Within any enterprise information needed to make decisions is key to the success of on-time, cost effective delivery of services to customers. Due to an all too common problem within many organizations of information (or data) ‘sprawl’ and a lack of...

OpenBSD: Portable, Encrypted USB Install

1 Sep 2021 6 minute read 0 comments Hatty Hacker

OpenBSD: Portable, Encrypted USB Install #openBaSeD While many prefer the traditional BSD/Linux/Unix experience, I do not. The default installation process is highly limiting and tethers you to a specific device. Yeah, the system can be fine-tuned...