Your home is becoming your own private movie theater and you can upgrade your equipment with this sale

Summer 2020 is already in tatters if you’re a movie fan. Potential blockbusters like Black Widow, Wonder Woman 1984, F9, Mulan, Top Gun: Maverick, Ghostbusters: Afterlife and the latest James Bond thriller No Time to Die have all been shunted off the release schedule. No matter what happens with our current health epidemic, the cineplex is guaranteed to be stone-cold quiet until fall — at the earliest. Thankfully, the world has been slowly turning your home theater into a true home theater for y...
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Google calls a halt on Chrome 82, but the version 83 beta has arrived early - so it's coding and bug finding time ahead

Plus some interesting new side-channel attack possibilities for crims to play with. With Silicon Valley under lockdown Chrome 82 has been abandoned by Google, but the Chocolate Factory boffins haven't been slacking and on Thursday released the beta build of Chrome 83 ahead of schedule.…
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Watch the Rolling Stones Play “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” While Social Distancing in Quarantine

Ladies and gentleman, the greatest rock n roll band in the world, the Rolling Stones. Live, in quarantine, at home, performing "You Can't Always Get What You Want." Any theories on what's the story with Charlie's drum kit? And why they have red in their homes? Enjoy. Would you like to support the mission of Open Culture? Please consider making a donation to our site. It's hard to rely 100% on ads, and your contributions will help us continue providing the best free cultural and educatio...
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Clubhouse voice chat leads a wave of spontaneous social apps

Forget the calendar invite. Just jump into a conversation. That’s the idea powering a fresh batch of social startups poised to take advantage of our cleared schedules amidst quarantine. But they could also change the way we work and socialize long after COVID-19 by bringing the free-flowing, ad-hoc communication of parties and open office plans online. While “Live” has become synonymous with performative streaming, these new apps instead spread the limelight across several users as well as the t...
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After 8 Years of Remote-Access Trojans Attacks, Can We Still Say Linux is Secure?

Remember when BlackBerry reported Advanced Persistent Threat groups have been infiltrating critical Linux servers for at least eight years? What's the lesson to be learned? LinuxSecurity Founder Dave Wreski argues "Although it may be easy to blame the rise in attacks targeting Linux in recent years on security vulnerabilities in the operating system as a whole, this is simply not the truth. The majority of exploits on Linux systems can be attributed to misconfigured servers and poor administrat...
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iPhone SE vs. iPhone XR: Features Compared

After nearly a year of rumors, Apple has finally introduced the 2020 edition of the iPhone SE. The device shares the same design as the iPhone 8, including a 4.7-inch display and a Touch ID home button, but it has a faster A13 Bionic chip and an extra GB of RAM. Most importantly, the new iPhone SE starts at just $399 in the United States. With the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus now discontinued, the lower end of Apple's smartphone lineup now includes the new iPhone SE and the iPhone XR, released ...
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Bill Gates, Lancet, UN, and Many Others Lambast America's Withholding of Funds from the WHO

This week U.S. president Donald Trump suspended America's $900 million annual contribution to the World Health Organization. Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of the prestigious medical journal The Lancet, called Trump's move a "crime against humanity...." The Hill reports: "Every scientist, every health worker, every citizen must resist and rebel against this appalling betrayal of global solidarity," he added... The American Medical Association (AMA) late Tuesday called Trump's decision a "dan...
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Major European Players Push for Coronavirus-Tracking App Platform

Several preeminent states in the European Union are backing Bluetooth-based, contact-tracing technology to help map the spread of the novel coronavirus outbreak via smartphone apps, Reuters reported this week. This news comes courtesy of German tech entrepreneur Chris Boos, a major coordinator behind the project…Read more...
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2020 Toyota C-HR Review: How Does It Stack Up & Should You Buy It?

2020 Toyota C-HR In Our Opinion: The 2020 C-HR is built on Toyota's New Global Architecture (TNGA) C-platform. The ride is smooth and the handling is crisp, but the amount of engine noise inside may turn buyers off. The C-HR looks sharp on the outside, but drivers may feel like they are paying the price when dealing with blind spots. While there are redeeming qualities, the 2020 Toyota C-HR is probably not our first choice in a segment ripe with options. Exterior Styling 93 ...
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OnePlus 8 vs. Samsung Galaxy S20: Which is better for you?

The Samsung Galaxy S20 and OnePlus 8 are neck-and-neck, but which comes out ahead, and how much will it cost?
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Apple Shares New Documentation on How to Make Your Own Face Shield

Apple has recently shared a new support document on how to make your own face shield. The support document does mention that the manufacturing of face shields should only be carried out by an expert. In the support document, Apple specifies the materials and their respective thickness values needed for the fabrication of the shield, forehead band, and strap. Additionally, the support document highlights laser cutting, water jetting, and die cutting as potential fabrication methods that can be...
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Coronavirus has us climbing the walls so take your mind off it by entering our poetry contest

We’ll be climbing the walls for a few more weeks during the global pandemic, so we have some ideas to help pass the time in a pleasant way. How about sending us a poem? Poems and humor month is here,And we all could use some good cheer.Try taking each one,Combine for funAnd send in your limericks here. Contest rules Limerick is an Irish town’s name.Is the birthplace of limericks the same?It’s not known for factWhere the first one was tracked,Shakespeare can’t take all the blame. A limerick’s lin...
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ICANN Delays .Org Sale After Scathing Letter from California's Attorney General

Ars Technica reports: ICANN, the nonprofit that oversees the Internet's domain name system, has given itself another two weeks to decide whether to allow control of the .org domain to be sold to private equity firm Ethos Capital. The decision comes after ICANN received a blizzard of letters from people opposed to the transaction, including California Attorney General Xavier Becerra. Becerra's letter was significant because ICANN is incorporated in California. That means it's Becerra's job to m...
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Here's everything we know about how San Francisco is battling the coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus disease has transformed life in the San Francisco Bay Area, as well as elsewhere in the world. San Francisco declared a state of emergency in February and was one of many Bay Area counties to enter a shelter-in-place order on March 17. Mayor London Breed is now mulling over whether or not to sign an emergency measure that would require the city to rent 7,000 hotel rooms to house its entire homeless population. There are now at least 1,058 confirmed cases of the virus in the cit...
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Instagram founders launch COVID-19 spread tracker

Instagram founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger have teamed up to launch their first product together since leaving the Facebook mothership. is an up-to-date tracker of how fast COVID-19 is spreading in each state. “Rt” measures the average number of people who become infected by an infectious person. The higher above the number 1, the faster COVID-19 races through a population, while a number below one shows the virus receding. For example, displays that Georgia has the hig...
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Google Wants You To Know Where the Nearest Coronavirus Testing Center Is

Coronavirus testing is a confusing and challenging topic in the U.S., and Google knows that. That’s why the next time you search for a topic in Google related to covid-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, you’ll also see information on more than 2,000 testing centers in 43 states in the U.S. Read more...
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Silicon Valley Legends Launch 'Beyond Identity' To Eliminate All Passwords

SecurityWeek editor wiredmikey shares new that Jim Clark and Tom Jermoluk (past founders of Netscape, Silicon Graphics and @Home Network) "have launched a phone-resident personal certificate-based authentication and authorization solution that eliminates all passwords." Security Week reports: The technology used is not new, being based on X.509 certificates and SSL (invented by Netscape some 25 years ago and still the bedrock of secure internet communications). It is the opportunity provided b...
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Cognizant confirms Maze ransomware attack, says customers face disruption

Cognizant, one of the largest tech and consulting companies in the Fortune 500, has confirmed it was hit by a ransomware attack. Details remain slim besides a brief statement on its site, confirming the incident. “Cognizant can confirm that a security incident involving our internal systems, and causing service disruptions for some of our clients, is the result of a Maze ransomware attack,” the statement read. “Our internal security teams, supplemented by leading cyber defense firms, are acti...
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Air Force Official Sees Use of Flying Cars By 2023

"Now is the perfect time to make Jetson's cars real," says the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology & Logistics. Breaking Defense reports: 'Flying cars' using electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) technology could be in full-up production for Air Force use in moving cargo and people within three years, says Air Force acquisition head Will Roper. Such a capability, Roper enthused, would give the U.S. military the ability to undertake missions "in three dimens...
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2020 Lexus UX Review: Just How Good Is This “Urban Explorer?”

2020 Lexus UX In Our Opinion: The 2020 Lexus UX is a luxurious small crossover with a nice array of standard features. It's ideal for city driving and is easy to park. Connectivity is a strong point too, as the UX has a number of apps built-in, like Spotify and Waze. Cargo space should be enough for the daily drive, but if you carry larger items on a regular basis, the UX may not fit your needs. Exterior Styling 81 Interior Layout 82 Driving Dynamics 90 ...
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Startups Weekly: How will tech hubs weather the pandemic?

Cities around the world have become home this decade to distributed tech teams and homegrown startup successes. Each of these additional layers of experience and specialization help to make each local community stronger, like what began happening in Silicon Valley many decades ago. Now layoffs are striking deep into these fragile, complex ecosystems. Yes, companies in San Francisco and other tech metros are seeing big cuts, as you can read all about on TechCrunch this week. But the satellite off...
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'Claim That Covid-19 Came From Lab In China Completely Unfounded Scientists Say'

Newsweek reports: There is no evidence to back claims the coronavirus that has caused the COVID-19 pandemic emerged from a lab in China, scientists have told Newsweek. Adam Lauring, an associate professor at the University of Michigan Medical School and an expert in the evolution of viruses, told Newsweek: "This claim is a conspiracy theory and it is not supported at all by the available data... The SARS-CoV-2 virus has some key differences in specific genes relative to previously identified co...
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A Quick Guide to Digital Marketing for Newbies

With the madness going on in the world right now over COVID-19, every business is looking to jump into digital marketing. Many of you are way behind the curve while some of you haven’t previously had any digital footprint. So where do you begin? There is a lot of advice out there, good and bad, and many people who will promise you big returns for large sums of money that you likely don’t have at the moment. Well, since you’re here, it’s likely you are looking for free advice on how to go it alon...
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Neil Finn Sings a Lovely Version of David Bowie’s “Heroes,” Live from Home

I needed a lift today. This did the trick. Neil Finn--you know him from Crowded House and Split Enz--plays a beautiful acoustic version of David Bowie’s “Heroes.” Enjoy. Related Content: Watch David Byrne Lead a Massive Choir in Singing David Bowie’s “Heroes” David Bowie’s “Heroes” Delightfully Performed by the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain Producer Tony Visconti Breaks Down the Making of David Bowie’s Classic “Heroes,” Track by Track David Bowie Performs a Live Acoustic Version of ...
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Fewer Car Accidents From Sheltering in Place Saved California $1B

An anonymous reader quotes SFGate: The statewide order to shelter in place that went into effect on March 20 had a beneficial side-effect: Accidents, injuries and fatalities on California roadways were cut in half, saving the state and residents of California $1 billion, according to a UC Davis study. In the 22 days after the shelter-in-place order (March 21-April 11), there was an average of 450 vehicle collisions per day throughout the state, according to the study conducted by the Road Ecol...
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