Gizmodo: Ebooks Purchased From Microsoft Will Be Deleted This Month Because You Don't Really Own Anything Anymore.
VentureBeat: Cloudflare launches free time service with Network Time Security support.
TechRepublic: Lenovo shipping Ubuntu Linux on 2019 ThinkPad P-series models.
How-To Geek: Hardware Security Keys Keep Getting Recalled; Are They Safe?.
ZDNet: Programming languages: Python predicted to overtake C and Java in next 4 years.
I'm looking for recommendations for a good WiFi AP with support for VLANs and SSID segregation (plus standard stuff like dual/triple band, 11ac+, etc.)
I'm well aware of UniFi line, but I'm trying to stay away from whole SDN mess for now...
I wonder if there are any consumer APs with such capabilities, or not too ridiculously expensive enterprise options.
Please let me know if such a unicorn exists. Thanks.
Some sad news: Maker Faire halts operations and lays off all staff
If your hands hurt after typing, perhaps you need an ergonomic keyboard like this one. https://hackaday.com/2019/06/03/building-an-ergonomic-keyboard/
Original tweet: https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1135683180349075456
Wccftech: Intel Cascade Lake Xeon W 3000 Series Processors Launched – Up To 64 PCIe Lanes, 28 Cores, 56 Threads at 4.6 GHz.
ZDNet: Dell releases more high-end Ubuntu Linux laptops.
MIT Technology Review: How a quantum computer could break 2048-bit RSA encryption in 8 hours.
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@cfriedt try avoiding gotos in assembler
Here's Intel's epic Epyc response: Up-to 56-core, 4GHz 14nm second-gen Xeon SP chips, Agilex FPGAs, persistent mem • The Register
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