EU Digital Markets Act, aimed at Google, Apple, Amazon, approved — and Magnus Carlsen to give up World Championship title

 
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EU Digital Markets Act, aimed at Google, Apple, Amazon, approved

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Magnus Carlsen to give up World Championship title

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TeamViewer installs suspicious font only useful for web fingerprinting

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Bluetooth remains an ’unusually painful’ technology after two decades

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DALL·E now available in beta
 

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Flipper Zero – Portable Multi-Tool Device for Geeks

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Build Your Own X

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“No convincing evidence” that depression is caused by low serotonin levels

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Fran Blanche: This Is Not Legal

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A brief history of nobody wants to work anymore
 

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What happens when a reservoir goes dry

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Thousands of classic Polish films, etc. made available for free online

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Beej updated the classic Linux network programming guide

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Being on call sucks

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Introduction to TCP and Sockets (2001)
 

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Amazon memo: Here’s why we should acquire Ring (2017)

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Things I wish everyone knew about Git (Part II)

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Hetzner to Offer First Arm-Based Dedicated Servers in Europe

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Cooling related failure (in Google London DC)

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SEC issues more than $17M award to a whistleblower
 

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