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  • newApple Security Advisory 2020-09-16-5
    Apple Security Advisory 2020-09-16-5 - Xcode 12.0 is now available and addresses a code execution vulnerability.
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  • newApple Security Advisory 2020-09-16-4
    Apple Security Advisory 2020-09-16-4 - watchOS 7.0 is now available and addresses cross site scripting vulnerabilities.
    - 14 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 7:11pm -
  • newApple Security Advisory 2020-09-16-3
    Apple Security Advisory 2020-09-16-3 - Safari 14.0 is now available and addresses code execution, cross site scripting, out of bounds write, and use-after-free vulnerabilities.
    - 14 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 7:10pm -
  • newApple Security Advisory 2020-09-16-2
    Apple Security Advisory 2020-09-16-2 - tvOS 14.0 is now available and addresses cross site scripting vulnerabilities.
    - 14 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 7:10pm -
  • newUbuntu Security Notice USN-4519-1
    Ubuntu Security Notice 4519-1 - Ratchanan Srirattanamet discovered that an Ubuntu-specific patch caused PulseAudio to incorrectly handle memory under certain error conditions in the Bluez 5 module. An attacker could use this issue to cause PulseAudio…
    - 16 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 5:15pm -
  • newApple Security Advisory 2020-09-16-1
    Apple Security Advisory 2020-09-16-1 - iOS 14.0 and iPadOS 14.0 are now available and address code execution, cross site scripting, out of bounds read, and out of bounds write vulnerabilities.
    - 16 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 5:15pm -
  • newTP-Link Cloud Cameras NCXXX Bonjour Command Injection
    TP-Link cloud cameras NCXXX series (NC200, NC210, NC220, NC230, NC250, NC260, NC450) are vulnerable to an authenticated command injection vulnerability. In all devices except NC210, despite a check on the name length in swSystemSetProductAliasCheck,…
    - 16 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 5:11pm -
  • newNavy Federal Cross Site Scripting
    The Navy Federal site at suffered from a cross site scripting vulnerability.
    - 16 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 5:09pm -
  • newUbuntu Security Notice USN-4517-1
    Ubuntu Security Notice 4517-1 - It was discovered that Email-Address-List does not properly parse email addresses during email-ingestion. A remote attacker could use this issue to cause an algorithmic complexity attack, resulting in a denial of servi…
    - 16 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 5:09pm -
  • newMantis Bug Tracker 2.3.0 Remote Code Execution
    Mantis Bug Tracker version 2.3.0 suffers from a remote code execution vulnerability.
    - 17 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 5:07pm -




  • Troubleshooting Website SSL Issues – No Padlock
    Having SSL problems? One of the most common issues our team handles is related to websites not properly displaying over HTTPS, whether it be the website either not loading entirely, or just not showing the green padlock: If you’re sure that the SSL…
    - 18 Mar 19, 6:07pm -
  • Safely Removing virtfs on a cPanel Server
    If you’re on a cPanel server, you’ve probably noticed a sizable folder called ‘virtfs’ sitting in /home, which would appear at first to be using a ton of space. Your first inclination might be to delete it, but don’t! Most likely, the files…
    - 14 Jan 19, 7:25pm -
  • Custom Exim Filter Examples
    cPanel allows you to easily create custom Exim filters by simply dropping the rules in /usr/local/cpanel/etc/exim/sysfilter/options/ and running: /scripts/buildeximconf service exim restart Here are a couple useful examples of filters we’ve create…
    - 29 Aug 18, 6:08pm -
  • How to Set up a Local cPanel FastUpdate Mirror
    If you have more than a few cPanel servers in your network, it may be a good idea to set up your own mirror to serve the files necessary to run cPanel updates. Doing this could save time and bandwidth, as well as prevent problems caused by mirrors be…
    - 17 Feb 16, 5:16pm -
  • Installing LetsEncrypt SSL Certificates on CentOS + cPanel Servers
    Update! cPanel supports LetsEncrypt, but you just need to install the plugin for it to work. To do this, run: /scripts/install_lets_encrypt_autossl_provider Once installed, Let’s Encrypt will appear in WHM’s Manage AutoSSL interface (Home >> SSL/…
    - 15 Feb 16, 5:14pm -
  • cPanel Update Fails Due to RPM Conflict
    The cPanel update fails due to a problem installing RPMs, but is not specific about what the problem is: [20160203.180007] Testing if the newly downloaded RPMS can be installed without conflict [20160203.180007] Testing RPM transaction [20160203.1800…
    - 3 Feb 16, 6:25pm -
  • This system already has a database owner named X
    When attempting to create a user or restore a backup you may see this error: This system already has a database owner named___ To fix this, edit the following files on the system and remove entries for the user in question: /var/cpanel/databases/user…
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  • Changing the Public IP in a NAT setup

    - 20 Dec 15, 12:27am -
  • Upgrading OpenSSH on CentOS 5 or 6
    Note: This is an update from our 2011 post. If you’ve taken a peek at your PCI scan results lately, you may have noticed that your scan provider is now requiring OpenSSH 6.6 or higher due to CVE-2014-2532 – a version that is not currently avai…
    - 26 Jun 15, 4:57pm -
  • CloudLinux or BetterLinux?
    UPDATE 6/18: Shortly after this was posted and one of the major hosting companies I’m affiliated with removed BetterLinux from their servers due to stability problems, BetterLinux announced that they are shutting down, effective July 1st. Customers…
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cPanel LIVE | MySQL 8.0 Changes for DBAs & DevOps

- 38 days ago 12 Aug 20, 8:52pm -
cPanel LIVE | MySQL 8.0 Webinar V88

- 43 days ago 7 Aug 20, 7:06pm -
cPanel LIVE | MySQL 8.0 Changes for DBAs and DevOps

- 43 days ago 6 Aug 20, 10:00pm -
cPanel LIVE | MySQL 8 Changes to DBAs and DevOps Webinar

- 44 days ago 5 Aug 20, 10:28pm -
Get cPanel Partner Pricing

- 79 days ago 2 Jul 20, 2:58pm -
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  • newLinux newbie(and Windows servicedesker) wanting to learn and advance.
    Some background: The last couple of years I've been running Linux(Manjaro) on my personal laptops and a newbie server I've set up at home, simple samba share with a few mirrored drives. All with the help of Archwiki and google, couldnt repeat half o…
    - 10 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 11:49pm -
  • newNeed a FOSS server asset database. Ideas?
    Getting tired of CMDB via text files. Need to keep track of of about 3000 virtual servers. Requirements: FOSS Linux Easy to use/setup, without a lot of moving parts. WebGUI interface submitted by /u/2point5children [link] [comments]
    - 16 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 6:00pm -
  • newConfig survey tool?
    Hey everyone, I'm not sure what to call what I'm looking for, but lately I've been getting a lot of requests from management / infosec for stuff like "We need a list of every server with 'abc' installed" or "We need to find anywhere where "xyz" is co…
    - 17 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 4:56pm -
  • newsuid on dnf command
    Hi, I'm trying to set suid on dnf command on Fedora to run command as root. So, I set suid: sudo chmod u+s /bin/dnf-3 then I check permissions with ls command: -rwsr-xr-x. 1 root root 1942 18 apr 2018 /bin/dnf-3 when I run the command with my user, i…
    - 18 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 3:50pm -
  • newSudden CPU spikes to 100%
    Hi All, I have few Centos7 Server which has below components installed ​ Apache with mod_security(mostly used as proxy) filebeat redis some internal script/programs written in java,shell and python This set up is autoscaled using AWS autoscal…
    - 19 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 3:00pm -
  • newCertbot renewals
    I'm fairly new at Linux and mainly just use certbot to install SSLs or renew them. I have several sites we have moved to a different server so when I am renewing certs there are a few that error out because the sites have been moved. What file(s) nee…
    - 20 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 1:27pm -
  • Trying to boot a libvirt vm to pxe
    Solved! Thank you! virt-manager still gave me a similar error about the network like cockpit did: So I did some digging before this and indeed tried with another interface, like the suggestion here:…
    - 1 day ago 17 Sep 20, 11:57pm -
  • Can't reach a KVM Virtual Machine from the outside.
    So I have a Host machine that hosts virtual machines using KVM. It's a CentOS 8 machine running cockpit with the IP Address I have a virtual machine running on there at that I can access over the LAN network with no problem, h…
    - 1 day ago 17 Sep 20, 10:05pm -
  • How to use sed to match a pattern and then delete everything after that pattern but not the rest of the line
    Hello, I am trying to do the following to the below line: /dev/sdc1: UUID="11111" SEC_TYPE="ext2" TYPE="ext3" becomes /dev/sdc1: UUID="11111" TYPE="ext3" Basically I want to remove SEC_TYPE="ext2" but by only using the pattern "SEC_TYPE". I tried se…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 6:46pm -
  • Messed up LVM, not sure how to proceed
    So, I may have messed up my root LV. On my root VG, I have an SSD that is mounted at / but wanted to have a second larger hard drive for big files that would mount at /srv, so I added it into my root VG as a separate LV. When I expanding the LV, I mi…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 2:24pm -


Panel Discussion: What is Lacking in Linux Security and What Are or Should We be Doing about This

- 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 5:49pm -
SELint - An SELinux Policy Static Analysis Tool - Daniel Burgener, Microsoft

- 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 5:46pm -
Mitigating (Some) Use-after-frees in the Linux Kernel - Jann Horn, Google

- 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 5:46pm -
Panel Discussion: What is Lacking in Linux Security and What Are or Should We be Doing about This

- 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 5:46pm -
Control Flow Integrity in the Linux Kernel - Kees Cook, Google

- 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 5:46pm -
Integrity Policy Enforcement: Full System Integrity Verification - Deven Bowers, Microsoft

- 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 5:46pm -

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Say Cheese, Webcam Effects Demo

- 9 May 11, 9:18pm -
Understanding Parallel Computing: Amdahl's Law

- 28 Mar 11, 4:26am -
Understanding Parallel Computing (Part 2): The Lawn Mower Law

- 28 Mar 11, 4:16am -
LMTV Video Response Contest: What Makes Linux Better?

- 25 Mar 11, 9:10pm -
Aligning SSD Partitions

- 16 Mar 11, 10:32pm -
Mixing Voice and Music Audio in Audacity

- 10 Mar 11, 2:31pm -

  • newSeptember 2020 Linux Foundation Newsletter
    Click on the image above to read the September 2020 Linux Foundation Newsletter The post September 2020 Linux Foundation Newsletter appeared first on The Linux Foundation.The post September 2020 Linux Foundation Newsletter appeared first on…
    - 15 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 6:48pm -
  • newOpen Source Collaboration is a Global Endeavor, Part 2
    The Linux Foundation would like to reiterate its statements and analysis of the application of US Export Control regulations to public, open collaboration projects (for example, open source software, open standards, open hardware, and open data) and…
    - 21 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 12:40pm -
  • Q&A: Unleashing the Beast—Bringing Linux to IBM Z
    IBM has detailed the oral history of bringing Linux to the mainframe: Two of the original team members from the IBM Böblingen Lab in Germany, Ingo Adlung and Boas Betzler, played crucial roles in bringing Linux to the IBM Z. Adlung is now Distinguis…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 3:17pm -
  • Online Bootcamps Provide Clear Onramp to Cloud Engineering Careers
    Since launching the Cloud Engineer Bootcamp and Advanced Cloud Engineer Bootcamp, thousands of individuals have begun their journey to becoming a qualified, certified cloud engineer. These programs offer newbies and experienced IT professionals respe…
    - 3 days ago 16 Sep 20, 3:20pm -
  • New, Free Training Course Explores How to Deploy a Microservice-Based Architecture Using the TARS Project
    The Linux Foundation and The TARS Foundation have released a new, free training course, Building Microservice Platforms with TARS, on the edX platform. The course explains how to efficiently develop microservices programs using different programming…
    - 3 days ago 16 Sep 20, 3:18pm -
  • IBM Contributes A2O Processor Core and PowerAI as Open Source at OpenPOWER Summit
    Today at OpenPOWER Summit 2020, OpenPOWER Foundation announced two key technologies contributed by IBM to the open source community. A2O POWER processor core, an out-of-order follow-up to the A2I core, and associated FPGA environment Open Cognitive…
    - 4 days ago 15 Sep 20, 8:19pm -
  • What’s new in the Linux kernel (HP enterprise.nxt)
    Steven J. Vaughn-Nichols writes at HP enterprise.nxt Linux runs pretty much everything: all 500 of the world’s 500 fastest supercomputers; most of the public cloud, even on Microsoft Azure; and 74 percent of smartphones. Indeed, thanks to Androi…
    - 5 days ago 14 Sep 20, 5:13pm -
  • Where’s the Yelp for open-source tools? (Functionize)
    Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols writes at Functionize: We’d like an easy way to judge open-source programs. It can be done. But easily? That’s another matter. When it comes to open source, you can’t rely on star power. The “wisdom of the crowd” h…
    - 5 days ago 14 Sep 20, 4:58pm -
  • Linux Certifications: 4 Things You Need to Know About Obtaining Them
    The rise of open cloud platforms is fostering a rise in demand for Linux specialists equipped with the right expertise. In this new environment, obtaining a Linux certification can boost your career by proving your skills in increasingly critical are…
    - 8 days ago 11 Sep 20, 4:56pm -
  • New, Free Training Course Teaches Fundamentals of Serverless on Kubernetes
    The Linux Foundation and Cloud Native Computing Foundation have released a new, free training course, Introduction to Serverless on Kubernetes, on the edX platform. The course explains how to build serverless functions that can run on any cloud, with…
    - 8 days ago 11 Sep 20, 4:54pm -



USPS Used Vulnerable Systems; Voatz vs. Ethical Hackers - ThreatWire

- 4 days ago 15 Sep 20, 4:30pm -
Introducing the WiFi Pineapple Mark VII

- 10 days ago 9 Sep 20, 6:00pm -
WiFi Pineapple Mark VII Teaser

- 13 days ago 6 Sep 20, 1:20am -
Bypassing PINs on Contactless VISA Cards; Tesla Targeted Cyberattack Fail - ThreatWire

- 18 days ago 1 Sep 20, 5:00pm -
New Botnet Hits SSH Servers; Bernie Calls For Nationwide Biometric Privacy - ThreatWire

- 25 days ago 25 Aug 20, 6:30pm -
Introducing the Malicious Cable Detector by O.MG

- 26 days ago 24 Aug 20, 4:00pm -


  • Git Essentials
    While Git tools and add-ons abound, these seven utilities can help any user make the most of Git.
    - 4 days ago 15 Sep 20, 4:15pm -
  • Linux Deepin 20 Released
    One of the most beautiful Linux distributions on the market has been refreshed.
    - 5 days ago 14 Sep 20, 4:10pm -
  • A New Version of Zorin OS is Now Available
    Fan-favorite, Zorin OS 15.3 is officially available.
    - 9 days ago 10 Sep 20, 6:19pm -
  • Create a bootable USB stick with terminal UI display
    A Go program writes a downloaded ISO file to a bootable USB stick. To prevent it from accidentally overwriting the hard disk, Mike Schilli provides it with a user interface and security checks.
    - 15 days ago 4 Sep 20, 2:49pm -
  • New features in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2
    RHEL 8.2 comes with many new features, ranging from the kernel, through security and networking, to the desktop.
    - 15 days ago 4 Sep 20, 2:49pm -
  • Untitled
    In the news: LibreOffice 7 Now Available; Microsoft Brings Procmon to Linux; New KDE Slimbook Available; PinePhone Now Offers a Convergence Package; Flutter Is Coming to Linux; and SUSE Rolls Out Service Pack 2 for SLE
    - 15 days ago 4 Sep 20, 2:48pm -
  • Writing IRC bots with Perl's BasicBot
    Writing an IRC chat bot does not have to be difficult. We'll show you how to create your own custom IRC bot using the Perl BasicBot module.
    - 15 days ago 4 Sep 20, 2:48pm -
  • Untitled
    Debian 10.5 and Devuan 3.0
    - 15 days ago 4 Sep 20, 2:48pm -
  • Debian derivatives
    Debian's popularity extends beyond its distribution to the numerous derivatives it has spawned. More than a rebranded version of Debian, these derivatives add their own unique customizations. Here are a few we find interesting.
    - 15 days ago 4 Sep 20, 2:48pm -
  • Automate network configurations with dispatcher scripts
    Use dispatcher scripts to mount a different network drive depending on the location or automatically start a VPN connection without lifting a finger.
    - 15 days ago 4 Sep 20, 2:48pm -


  • Linux Journal Ceases Publication: An Awkward Goodbye
    by Kyle Rankin IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM LINUX JOURNAL, LLC:On August 7, 2019, Linux Journal shut its doors for good. All staff were laid off and the company is left with no operating fun…
    - 8 Aug 19, 1:55am -
  • Oops! Debugging Kernel Panics
    by Petros Koutoupis A look into what causes kernel panics and some utilities to help gainmore information.Working in a Linux environment, how often have you seen a kernel panic?Wh…
    - 7 Aug 19, 11:30pm -
  • Loadsharers: Funding the Load-Bearing Internet Person
    by Eric S. Raymond The internet has a sustainability problem. Many of its criticalservices depend on the dedication of unpaid volunteers, because theycan't be monetized and thus don…
    - 7 Aug 19, 11:00pm -
  • Documenting Proper Git Usage
    by Zack Brown Jonathan Corbet wrote a document for inclusion in the kernel tree, describingbest practices for merging and rebasing git-based kernel repositories. As he putit, it rep…
    - 7 Aug 19, 10:30pm -
  • Understanding Python's asyncio
    by Reuven M. Lerner How to get started using Python's asyncio.Earlier this year, I attended PyCon, the international Pythonconference. One topic, presented at numerous talks and di…
    - 7 Aug 19, 10:00pm -
  • RV Offsite Backup Update
    by Kyle Rankin Having an offsite backup in your RV is great, and after a year of use,I've discovered some ways to make it even better.Last year I wrote a feature-length article on…
    - 7 Aug 19, 9:15pm -
  • Another Episode of "Seems Perfectly Feasible and Then Dies"--Script to Simplify the Process of Changing System Call Tables
    by Zack Brown David Howells put in quite a bit of work on a script,./scripts/, to simplify the entire process of changing thesystem call tables. With this script, i…
    - 7 Aug 19, 8:45pm -
  • Experts Attempt to Explain DevOps--and Almost Succeed
    by Bryan Lunduke What is DevOps? How does it relate to other ideas and methodologieswithin software development? Linux Journal Deputy Editor and longtimesoftware developer, Bryan Lun…
    - 7 Aug 19, 8:00pm -
  • DNA Geometry with cadnano
    by Joey Bernard This article introduces a tool you can use to work on three-dimensional DNA origami. The package is called cadnano, and it's currentlybeing developed at the Wyss Inst…
    - 7 Aug 19, 7:30pm -
  • Running GNOME in a Container
    by Adam Verslype Containerizing the GUI separates your work and play.Virtualization has always been a rich man's game, and more frugalenthusiasts—unable to afford fancy server-cl…
    - 7 Aug 19, 7:00pm -


  • New MakuluLinux Distro Puts a ‘Shift’ in Your Computing Routine
    MakuluLinux Shift is a well-designed Linux distro that blends several mainstream design concepts with performance features not found elsewhere. One of Shift's unique traits is its ability to modify key design elements effortlessly. Hence, its name. A…
    - 12 days ago 7 Sep 20, 3:27pm -
  • Linux: 29 Years and Counting as a Powerhouse OS
    When Linux was born on Aug. 25, 1991, it was little more than a hobby for then 21-year old Linus Torvalds. Today the Linux community is estimated to be more than 86 million users strong. Awareness of Linux in the enterprise was nonexistent 29 years a…
    - 16 days ago 3 Sep 20, 9:45am -
  • Open Source Best Practices for Corporate IT
    Since its early inception open source has been embraced by technologists the world over. Let's examine five ways that Fortune 1000 and Global 2000 enterprises can take advantage of open source software to provide technology solutions to the enterpr…
    - 18 days ago 1 Sep 20, 12:32pm -
  • OpenEEW Formed to Expedite Earthquake Warning Systems
    A new coalition is building a low-cost solution to save lives in earthquake-threatened regions, rather than garnishing a profit from a new early-warning system. OpenEEW is an open-source IoT project with the goal to save lives by reducing the cost of…
    - 25 days ago 25 Aug 20, 4:08pm -
  • Digital Security Is as Easy as PGP
    Average computer users would be forgiven for not having any idea what PGP is. There is so much going on below the surface of the modern computing experience that even critically important security tools like PGP are tucked away. To be sure, there are…
    - 33 days ago 17 Aug 20, 12:38pm -
  • Calculate Linux 20th Anniversary: Consistent by Design
    Calculate Linux is an impressively different Linux operating system. This is a distribution designed with home and SMB users in mind. It has expanded its user interface into an appealing selection of desktop choices over the years. Calculate is parti…
    - 39 days ago 11 Aug 20, 6:28pm -
  • New Open Source Initiative Consolidates Security Goals
    The Linux Foundation on Monday announced the formation of the Open Source Security Foundation as the latest initiative to improve software security. This cross-industry collaboration brings together industry leaders to improve the security of open-so…
    - 45 days ago 5 Aug 20, 4:15pm -
  • The Case Against Full-Disk Encryption
    The information security industry, with all its raging debates, has rallied around a small corpus of best practices. One of the highest on this list is full-disk encryption, which security experts regard as sacrosanct. This is the encryption that ens…
    - 54 days ago 27 Jul 20, 4:00am -
  • Rancher Labs and Fujitsu Form Kubernetes Partnership as Suse Readies Merger
    Rancher Labs and Fujitsu on Tuesday announced an alliance to hasten the adoption of Kubernetes container orchestration technology industry-wide, starting within public sector institutions in the U.K. and Ireland. The alliance was forged partly in res…
    - 60 days ago 21 Jul 20, 11:21am -
  • AutoTux Is a Real Distro With a ‘No Hands’ Linux Installer
    AutoTux is a fully automated Linux distribution that is literally a hands-off event from start to finish. It goes a long way to adopting Linux a no-brainer for Windows and macOS converts. Its self-installing approach is also the kind of Linux operati…
    - 64 days ago 17 Jul 20, 4:00am -


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Minimal Arch Linux with Openbox
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Arch Linux Awesome WM
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  • Chinese hide chips in US planes
    Evidence is piling up that cyber security is one of this generation’s most critical issues. Remarks by the National Counterintelligence Executive, Dr. Joel F. Brenner, at the Applied Research Laboratories University of Texa…
    - 20 Apr 09, 5:40pm -
  • Social Media overload? Try FriendFeed with Alert Thingy
    If you’ve found yourself buried under Twitter messages (tweets), Facebook statuses, Flickr images, Delicious links, Tumblr posts and/or whatever other social data you can muster, then please allow me to promptly direct you…
    - 14 Apr 08, 8:20pm -
  • Synchronize your files with Memeo AutoSync
    {ad}Have you ever used the synchronize files feature in Windows? This is the feature that allows you to make files available offline when you are not connected to a network drive. It also […]The post Synchronize your files…
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  • Review: Diskeeper 2008
    Most seasoned PC users are familiar with the concept of defragging your hard disk but ask them the last time they defragged and they probably won’t have an answer. Windows actually comes with […]The post Review: Diskeepe…
    - 21 Dec 07, 6:44pm -
  • Review: Take a power nap with Pzizz
    I’ve tried power napping on and off for years. Unfortunately, the biggest problem I have with power napping is making sure that I wake up in time to get things done for the […]The post Review: Take a power nap with Pzizz…
    - 19 Sep 07, 9:13pm -
  • Review: Create Professional Quality Videos with Sony Vegas 7
    If you are looking to make professional quality audio/video productions you should seriously consider Sony Vegas 7 DVD production suite as a mainstay for your personal multimedia productions studio. This is a feature […]Th…
    - 13 Sep 07, 6:27pm -
  • Review: Backup your photos with the Photo Safe
    One of the things about traveling with a digital camera is you inevitably wind up filling your memory cards. There are a couple of solutions to this. One is buying more memory cards. […]The post Review: Backup your photos…
    - 10 Sep 07, 8:24pm -
  • Review: Anagram lets you create a contact or calendar entry in two clicks
    {ad} I’m a power user when it comes to contact and task management. That said, I’ve been a user of ACT, Palm Desktop, and most recently Microsoft Outlook. I’m addicted to putting in […]The post Review: Anagram lets y…
    - 10 Sep 07, 2:03pm -
  • ReadyBoost on the Run
    One of the most notable new features in Windows Vista is ReadyBoost. This is a caching feature that uses flash memory in order to speed up Vista’s performance. Because flash memory is cheap, […]The post ReadyBoost on the…
    - 3 Apr 07, 2:21pm -
  • Xoxide X-Turbine
    Lately there seems to be an over abundance of steel, premodded cases on the market, each with no clear advantages over the other. These cases seem to be surprisingly similar with only minimal […]The post Xoxide X-Turbine a…
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Overview: Kdenlive 20.04.0

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First Look: Endeavor OS

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Spatry's Favorite Android Apps 2020: Faith Based Apps + Games

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Spatry's Favorite Android Apps 2020: Root Applications

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Spatry's Favorite Android Apps 2020: Package Management

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Spatry's Favorite Android Apps 2020: Launcher, Widgets & More

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  • newWindows 10 Insider Previews: A guide to the builds
    Microsoft never sleeps. Even before Microsoft made the Windows 10 May 2020 Update (version 2004) generally available to users, the company began working on upcoming feature updates to Windows 10. As it did with version 2004, Microsoft has been rel…
    - 9 hours ago 19 Sep 20, 12:51am -
  • newThe NVIDIA-Arm merger could change how we work
    If the merger between Arm and NVIDIA is approved (I expect Great Britain, the EU, and China will have reservations), the result could be a massive change in AI capability. And, given that Arm is dominant in mobile devices and IoT, and NVIDIA is d…
    - 17 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 4:35pm -
  • newTech event calendar 2020: Upcoming shows, conferences and IT expos
    Tech EventsEventDescriptionStartsEndsLocationOracle OpenWorldOracle's annual convention brings together IT management, business decision-makers and line-of-business end users. Typically, the conference includes keynotes from leader…
    - 18 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 3:15pm -
  • newMozilla tightens belt, folds two Firefox services
    A year and a half after launching the free file-sharing service Firefox Send, Mozilla canned the concept, part of a retrenchment that began this summer when the organization laid off a quarter of its workforce.Firefox Notes, another service that g…
    - 18 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 3:09pm -
  • newBiggest tech IPOs of 2020
    The 2019 calendar year will long be remembered in the eyes of public market watchers as the year of WeWork. Once billed as the most valuable startup in the United States, the company unraveled in dramatic fashion after filing its S-1 with the SEC,…
    - 23 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 11:01am -
  • newQ&A: NearForm CCO Larry Breen on contacting-tracing apps
    Since the outbreak of COVID-19, governments around the world have highlighted the importance of contact-tracing apps to monitor infection levels, let people know when they may have been exposed and as a pre-cursor to a safe return to the office.To re…
    - 23 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 11:00am -
  • newFlashback Friday: Let’s review: Step 1 …
    This pilot fish sets up a point-of-sale system for a local restaurant that’s moving into a new location, but two days later, one of the owners calls and says the system isn’t working. They’re getting a message on one of the stations that it…
    - 24 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 10:00am -
  • newThe worst version of Windows ever released
    Twenty years ago this month Microsoft released a stink bomb of an operating system, Windows Me. Unstable, unloved and unusable, that was Windows Me. Many people believe it was the worst version of Windows ever built.The anniversary got me thinking…
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  • newFoldable smartphones are important, even if you never get one
    Samsung recently announced its second-generation Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G and Microsoft announced its Surface Duo foldable devices. Others have tried foldables in the past with limited success (LG, Huawei, Motorola), so why push these out these now?The…
    - 24 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 9:47am -
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