Amazon Quiz Answers Win OnePlus 8 Pro

6th september Amazon Quiz Answer 1: Para-Badminton. Ans 2: Election Commissioner. Ans 3: Mysuru zoo. Ans 4: Indian Railways. Ans 5: Paris-Saint Germain. Win OnePlus 8 Pro. What is a Amazon Quiz? Amazon Quizzes are fun to answer and stand a chance to win gifts as Pay balance, Goodies, and other prizes. How do I get into Amazon Quiz? Download the Amazon App from Google Play Store or Apple Store. Click and go to Funzone. Bookmark(ctrl+d in desktop/laptop) this page for...
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Short story: The Green Gears

Sometimes she pictured small computer screens inside each leaf, code scrolling through them like a bad movie’s idea of what hacking looks like.She knew it was plain chemistry—changes in molecules, rearrangements of the same universal atoms—but it was also software that continuously adjusted plant physiology to internal and external conditions, even “downloading upgrades” from artificial viruses raining each night from drones like an invisible kabbalah - a highly structured prayer against hunger ...
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Survey Finds Only 3% of Ruby on Rails Developers Use Windows

This week saw the release of the 2020 Ruby on Rails Community Survey Results: 2,049 members of the Rails community from 92 countries kindly contributed their thoughts on tools, frameworks, and workflows in their day to day development lives. From these responses we hope to get an understanding of where Rails stands as a framework in 2020. Some of these questions have been asked since our original survey over a decade ago, and show how the community has evolved over the last twelve years. Ins...
Tags: Microsoft, Tech, Ruby, Yukihiro Matsumoto, Ruby Ruby, Emacs

Facebook blocks livestream of assisted dying campaigner's death

Terminally ill French man is told his plan was blocked because it could promote self-harmFacebook has blocked a terminally ill French campaigner for assisted dying from livestreaming his own death.Alain Cocq, who has been suffering for 34 years from a rare and incurable degenerative disease, has stopped taking food, drink or medicine, and says he wants his death to be seen to help persuade French authorities to lift a ban on medically assisted suicide. Continue reading...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Technology, Social Networking, Law, France, Social Media, Assisted dying, Alain Cocq

Epic Games renews legal request to bring Fortnite back to Apple store

Epic Games is still trying to get Apple to reinstate its Fortnite app on iOS devices. Late Friday, the gaming company filed a motion for a preliminary injunction against Apple's blocking Fortnite on iPhones and iPads.
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Jaron Lanier Thinks Things May Have Gotten Better, or Facebook 'Might Have Won Already'

Jaron Lanier helped design "Together" mode for Microsoft Teams, "where he has a post as an in-house seer of sorts," according to a recent profile in GQ. ("Initially he'd conceived of Together mode as a way to help Stephen Colbert — in whose house band Lanier sometimes performs when he's in New York — figure out how to host his show in front of a remote audience...") But Lanier also "might be the last moral man in Silicon Valley," they write, delving into both his support for universal basic inc...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, New York, Microsoft, Stephen Colbert, Los Angeles, Tech, Fox, Silicon Valley, Berkeley, Gq, Big Tobacco, Jaron Lanier, Lanier, Facebook Might Have Won Already

Epic Asks Court to Put Fortnite Back in the App Store While It Fights With Apple

A week after the release of the latest chapter of Fortnite—which is not available on iOS or macOS because of the brawl between Epic Games and Apple—Epic Games is again asking the court to put its game back in the App Store. The developer claims it is being retaliated against for “daring to challenge Apple’s…Read more...
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How to Differentiate Your Company’s Model

Beating out your competitor for a big deal requires creating more value for your client, especially when your price is higher. One of the most effective ways to clarify that value is by teaching your client the difference between your model and your competitor’s model. The Starting Line For models to matter, you first must provide a consultative approach, one that creates the client’s preference to choose the conversation that benefits them more than conversations they’ve had— or will have— wi...
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White Swan Yacht

Creative nature inspired Yacht designed to look like a beautiful white Swan features a detachable head that turns into a cool speed boat. Avanguardia White Swan Yacht concept by Italian design studio Lazzarini. Black Swan Version Also check out: Folding Boat
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Epic Games Asks Court to Allow Fortnite Back on the App Store

Just a week after Apple terminated Epic Games' developer account, Epic has filed for a preliminary injunction that would both allow Fortnite back on the App Store and restore access to its developer account. In the filing, Epic Games says it was willing to challenge Apple "because it was the right thing to do" and "it was better positioned than many other companies to weather the storm." Epic describes Apple as a "monopolist" who maintains its dominant position by "explicitly prohibiting any ...
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How a White-Hat Hacker Once Gained Control of Tesla's Entire Fleet

"A few years ago, a hacker managed to exploit vulnerabilities in Tesla's servers to gain access and control over the automaker's entire fleet," remembers Electrek (in a story shared by long-time Slashdot reader AmiMoJo). Tesla enthusiast Jason Hughes had already received a $5,000 bug bounty for reporting a vulnerability, but "knowing that their network wasn't the most secure, to say the least, he decided to go hunting for more bug bounties." After some poking around, he managed to find a bunch...
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How one VC firm wound up with no-code startups as part of its investing thesis

Welcome back to The TechCrunch Exchange, a weekly startups-and-markets newsletter. It’s broadly based on the daily column that appears on Extra Crunch, but free, and made for your weekend reading.  Ready? Let’s talk money, startups and spicy IPO rumors. How one VC firm wound up with no-code startups as part of its investing thesis Throughout all the chaos of 2020’s economic upheaval in the startup world, I’ve worked to pay more attention to low-code and no-code services. The short gist of chat...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, Europe, Boston, India, Tech, Airbnb, Palantir, Accel, Fred Wilson, Danny, LERMAN, Yext, Mathew, JAMF, Webflow

Who Committed the 25-Year, $8 Million Library Heist?

An anonymous reader shares a fascinating true-crime story from Pittsburgh. Smithsonian magazine reports: Like nuclear power plants and sensitive computer networks, the safest rare book collections are protected by what is known as "defense in depth" — a series of small, overlapping measures designed to thwart a thief who might be able to overcome a single deterrent. The Oliver Room, home to the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's rare books and archives, was something close to the platonic ideal of...
Tags: Tech, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Greg Priore, Priore, Oliver Room, Pittsburgh Smithsonian, Carole Kamin, Carnegie Natural History Museum

The future of retail and office space is up in the air, and proptech investors are optimistic

Editor’s note: Get this free weekly recap of TechCrunch news that any startup can use by email every Saturday morning (7 a.m. PT). Subscribe here. The malls and grocery stores of the 20th century are being converted into industrial conveyor belts of goods and services traveling from the internet to your home. The customer is no longer even allowed inside, as Connie Loizos details this week in a closer look at Amazon and other online-first companies taking over commercial spaces near you. America...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Startups, TC, Facebook, Europe, Utah, New York, London, Instagram, Australia, Youtube, China, Ipo, Berlin, India

Major League Baseball Games are Experiencing 'Drone Delays'

CBS Sports reports: Wednesday's game between the New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays was stopped in the bottom of the first because of a "drone delay." After the second base umpire pointed to something in the sky and motioned for teams to leave the field, the cameras picked up an identifiable flying object hovering over the field during the game. CBS reports it's the third drone delay experienced by Major League Baseball this year: The first came in a Twins-Pirates game in early August, and ...
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What's Missing From Oracle's List of the 25 Greatest Java Apps Ever Written?

On the 25th anniversary of Java, Oracle's director of developer content released a list of the 25 greatest Java apps ever written. This week they shared the responses it got. "The U.S. National Security Agency was secretly pleased we noticed its Ghidra binary decompilation tool..." The tenor of conversation was both positive and polite. That speaks volumes about the excellent character of Java developers, don't you think? But, developers being who they are, opinions on what should have made t...
Tags: Tech, Cern, Java, U S National Security Agency, Cassandra, LHC, Victor Duran, LHC Logging Service

Mathematicians Finally Answer 2,000-Year-Old Question About Dodecahedrons

NCamero (Slashdot reader #35,481) brings some news from the world of 12-sided dodecahedrons: Quanta magazine reports that a trio of mathematicians has resolved one of the most basic questions about the dodecahedron. The cube, tetrahedron, octahedron and icosahedron cannot have a straight path you could take [starting from a corner] that would eventually return you to your starting point without passing through any of the other corners. The dodecahedron can. Mathematicians studied dodecahedro...
Tags: Tech, Paris, Quanta, Jayadev Athreya David Aulicino, Patrick Hooper, Anton Zorich, Institute of Mathematics of Jussieu

Apps go missing from launcher

Likebook Plus T80s V1.0.2-2018010215 Every so often a number of apps just disappear from the launcher. If I install something from the Play Store, it resets whatever went wrong and the missing apps show back up. I’m not well versed in Android and I don’t seem to be asking the right questions in Google or the search field here. Any idea what’s going on and where I should start troubleshooting? Thanks.
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2021 Subaru Impreza: A Complete Look At The Pricing & Trim Levels

The 2021 Subaru Impreza is coming to town and with only a modest price increase versus the 2020 models. The starting MSRP is $19,720 (with destination) for a sedan with a five-speed manual, only a $100 increase from a 2020 model year car. The new Impreza is available as a sedan or five-door model across four trim levels: Base, Premium, Sport, and Limited. Subaru says the new Impreza will arrive at dealerships in October. In the meantime, here is what to expect when the 2021 Subaru Impreza hi...
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Grab a Labor Day flash sale pass to Disrupt 2020 and save $100

No matter how you celebrate Labor Day weekend, we urge you to mask up, keep your distance when grilling burgers and dogs and — most of all — take advantage of our flash sale on Digital Pro passes to Disrupt 2020. Right now, you can save $100 on your pass — whether you observe the holiday or not. We don’t judge. This sweet deal won’t last long. Buy your Digital Pro pass before Monday, September 7 at 11:59 p.m. (PT) when this sale disappears in, well, a flash. A Digital Pro pass provides access to...
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What are geofence warrants?

Zachary McCoy went for a bike ride on a Friday in March 2019. The avid biker would do loops around his Gainesville, Fla., neighborhood and track his rides with a fitness app on his Android phone. McCoy didn’t think anything unusual had happened that day. But months later, in January of this year, McCoy got an email from Google saying that his data was going to be released to local police. He’d become a potential suspect in a local burglary—and had no idea why. “There was absolutely nothing that ...
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Newegg Labor Day Sale 2020: The 5 best deals

Before Labor Day, check out Newegg's deals on a curved gaming monitor, Lenovo notebook, ROG Zephyrus gaming laptop, HP laptops for work and home, and more.
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Drone Drops Hundreds of Marijuana Bags On Tel Aviv

Long-time Slashdot reader destinyland writes: A drone over Tel Aviv's Rabin Square dropped hundreds of bags of weed on Thursday, setting off a mad scramble by onlookers to stock up, the Jerusalem Post reported. According to the Post, the giveaway was orchestrated by a Telegram group called Green Drone that advocates for the legalization of marijuana throughout Israel. (Medical marijuana is legal in Israel and a major export as of May; the Ministry of Security partially decriminalized recreation...
Tags: Post, Israel, Tel Aviv, Tech, Telegram, Slashdot, Jerusalem Post, Times of Israel, Ministry of Security, Rabin Square, Green Drone

mmWave vs. Sub-6GHz 5G iPhones: What's the Difference?

All of the iPhones in Apple's iPhone 12 lineup will have Qualcomm modems that support 5G, but potential buyers need to know that not all 5G networks are equal. There's the super fast mmWave (millimeter wave) 5G and the slower but more widespread Sub-6GHz 5G. There have been mixed rumors about which ‌iPhone 12‌ models will support which 5G spectrums, but it appears that the fastest 5G technology could be limited to the higher-end ‌iPhone 12‌ Pro models, or even just the 6.7-inch version. This ...
Tags: Apple, Verizon, Featured, Samsung, Bloomberg, Chicago, United States, Sprint, San Diego, Fast Company, Qualcomm, 5g, Tom, Mission Valley, AT T and T Mobile, Verizon AT T T Mobile

At Disrupt, YC’s Anu Hariharan, Initialized’s Garry Tan, and GGV’s Hans Tung will tell you how to raise money in a dumpster fire

As this pandemically perverse year draws to a close, there’s one thing that’s certain. Everything has changed — at least a little bit. The U.S. is still grappling with a virus that it has yet to control and a vaccine, once it’s discovered and proven to be effective will take months to be distributed throughout the population. That means the virtual, socially distanced reality that has become the new normal will remain that way for at least a little bit longer. But what does that mean for startup...
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Apple opens up — slightly — on Hong Kong’s national security law

After Beijing unilaterally imposed a new national security law on Hong Kong on July 1, many saw the move as an effort by Beijing to crack down on dissent and protests in the semi-autonomous region. Soon after, a number of tech giants — including Microsoft, Twitter and Google — said they would stop processing requests for user data from Hong Kong authorities, fearing that the requested data could end up in the hands of Beijing. But Apple was noticeably absent from the list. Instead, Apple said...
Tags: Apple, Google, Security, Hong Kong, Government, China, US, Tech, Fbi, Law Enforcement, Beijing, United States, Department Of Justice, Icloud, Justice Department, Operating Systems

'Ultra-Processed' Junk Food Linked to Advanced Aging at Cellular Level, Study Finds

Science Alert reports: People who eat a lot of industrially processed junk food are more likely to exhibit a change in their chromosomes linked to aging, according to research presented Tuesday at an online medical conference. Three or more servings of so-called "ultra-processed food" per day doubled the odds that strands of DNA and proteins called telomeres, found on the end of chromosomes, would be shorter compared to people who rarely consumed such foods, scientists reported at the European a...
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SpaceX Launched and Landed Another Starship Prototype

"SpaceX took another step forward Thursday in developing its next-generation Starship rocket, conducting the second short flight test of a prototype in the past month," reports CNBC: Starship prototype Serial Number 6, or SN6, took off from the launchpad at SpaceX's facility in Boca Chica, Texas. It gradually rose to about 500 feet above the ground before it returned back to land, touching down on a concrete area near the launchpad. The flight test appeared to be identical to the test SpaceX con...
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Apple AirPods and AirPods Pro discounted for Labor Day

We're seeing a lot of Apple deals for this year's Labor Day sales — AirPods included. Score up to $44 off.
Tags: Apple, Deals, Trends, Home Theater, Apple AirPods, Apple AirPods Pro, AirPods Deals, Amazon 2020, Labor Day 2020

AWS Introduces a Rust Language-Oriented Linux for Containers

ZDNet reports: An anonymous reader shares this enthusiastic report from ZDNet: Earlier this year, Linus Torvalds approved of adding drivers and other components in Rust to Linux.* Last week, at the virtual Linux Plumbers Conference, developers gave serious thought to using the Rust language for new Linux inline code. ["Nothing firm has been determined yet," reported Phoronix, "but it's a topic that is still being discussed."] And, now Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced that its just-releas...
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