Accidental Google Pixel Lock Screen Bypass — and Podman Desktop: A Free OSS Alternative to Docker Desktop

 
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Accidental Google Pixel Lock Screen Bypass

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Podman Desktop: A Free OSS Alternative to Docker Desktop

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Stretch iPhone to its limit: 2GiB Stable Diffusion model runs locally on device

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The Age of PageRank Is Over

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Musk’s first email to Twitter staff ends remote work

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GitHub stars won’t pay your rent (2020)

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Web automation: Don’t use Selenium, use Playwright

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US annual inflation declines to 7.7% in October vs. 7.9% expected

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Octopuses caught on camera throwing things at each other
 

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FTX tapped into customer accounts to fund risky bets, setting up its downfall

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Hey, GitHub – Waiting list signup

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Zuckerberg’s leaked email on VR strategy (2015)

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Indian ISPs: We already give govt full access to web traffic

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Oxford University Press’s new logo is unfathomably bad
 

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Crypto.com Halts Solana USDC and USDT Withdrawals

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The Sam Bankman-Fried empire crumbled. What happened?

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Mastodon’s eternal September begins?

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We should have Markdown-rendered websites

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Zoho’s annual revenues surpassed $1B in 2021
 

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