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Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Apple News:Chap 'fixes' Microsoft's Windows 7 and 8 update block on new CPUs • The Register

Chap 'fixes' Microsoft's Windows 7 and 8 update block on new CPUs • The Register: "Developer says he's found a way to stop Windows' new CPU check, which means updates flow again"

The water finds a way.

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Saturday, April 15, 2017
Apple News:Apple considers investing 'several billion dollars' for stake in Toshiba chip business, report says

Apple considers investing 'several billion dollars' for stake in Toshiba chip business, report says: "According to the latest industry whispers surrounding the sale Toshiba's semiconductor unit, Apple is considering investing several billion dollars in a bid that would give it and partner investor Foxconn a more than 20 percent stake in the business. "

Currency wars, trade wars, see now?

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Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Apple News:How's that for a remote login? NASA puts New Horizons probe to sleep 3.5 billion miles away • The Register

How's that for a remote login? NASA puts New Horizons probe to sleep 3.5 billion miles away • The Register: "NASA's New Horizons spacecraft – right now 3.5 billion miles (5.6 billion kilometres) from Earth – has been powered down by boffins as it heads out to the icy wastes of the Kuiper Belt."

The outer limits...

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Monday, April 10, 2017
Apple News:A 1986 bulletin board system has brought the old Web back to life in 2017 | Ars Technica

A 1986 bulletin board system has brought the old Web back to life in 2017 | Ars Technica: "For the interested client in 2017, it’s simply a matter of "dialing" the BBS using a domain name and port number instead of a phone number in their preferred terminal software. Most software will accept any string of characters, not just numbers."

No way! Way!

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Thursday, February 09, 2017
Apple News:Ex-NSA contractor Harold Martin indicted: He spent 'up to 20 years stealing top-secret files' • The Register

Ex-NSA contractor Harold Martin indicted: He spent 'up to 20 years stealing top-secret files' • The Register: "Martin's lawyers insisted their man wasn't another document-leaking Edward Snowden, but rather a compulsive hoarder who “loves his family and his country,” and that he simply took the secret files home with him with no ill intentions."

Unfortunately for him, the MSM love a scapegoat.

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Thursday, January 26, 2017
Apple News:Dropcam co-founder Greg Duffy reportedly joins Apple in undisclosed role

Dropcam co-founder Greg Duffy reportedly joins Apple in undisclosed role: "The co-founder and former CEO of the network-connected security camera producer Dropcam, Greg Duffy, has reportedly been hired by Apple for an undisclosed position, with added speculation he could be heading up an unannounced project within the company"

What could it be?

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Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Apple News:Googlers reveal code they use for mass Windows deployments • The Register

Googlers reveal code they use for mass Windows deployments • The Register: "Glazier, which landed at GitHub yesterday, helps its sysadmins automate Microsoft Windows installations."

Interesting. I used to be an expert in Windows XP, now I can barely figure out how to install Windows. So complicated. Copy-protection. An OS concept that has come and gone. Linux will eat everything in it's path.

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