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Wanna Dance A rather awkward freshman finally got up the nerve to ask a pretty junior for a dance at the homecoming. She gave him the once-over and said, "Sorry, I won't dance with a child." "Oh I'm sorry," responded the underclassman, "I didn't realize you were pregnant." "Oh I'm sorry," responded the underclassman, "I didn't realize you were pregnant."ce?
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Believe it or not, it's possible to open a Linux terminal on a Windows 10 system and you might be surprised how much Linux functionality you’ll be able to get by doing so. You can run Linux commands, traipse around the provided Linux file system and even take a novel look at Windows files. The experience isn’t altogether different than opening a terminal window on a Linux desktop, with a few interesting exceptions. Read More Here
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Last year marked a slight decrease in global technology M&A activity from the blockbuster year that was 2018 – when SAP bought Qualtrics for $8 billion, IBM acquired Red Hat for a staggering $33 billion and Broadcom picked up CA Technologies for $18.9 billion in cash.As of the end of Q3 2019, technology M&A deals worth $245 billion had been announced globally, marking a decrease of 25% year-on-year according to GlobalData.Which mergers and acquisitions does 2020 have in store? If January alone is anything to go by, there will be no slowing of major deals across the industry,...
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Google this week released Chrome 83, picking up after skipping a version because of the COVID-19 pandemic, auto-upgrading eligible users to DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) and enabling tab groups for everyone.The search firm paid at least $76,000 in bounties to bug researchers who reported some of the 38 vulnerabilities patched in Chrome 83. Five were marked "High," the second-most serious in Google's four-level threat ranking, with three of those marked as "use after free" flaws. The first vulnerability listed, a use-after-free bug in Chrome's reader mode, earned researcher Woojin Oh a $20,000...
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As the PS5 launch approaches, the pillars of what will make Sony's next-generation games console so special are coming into focus. Its unique SSD will allow for speedy loading times and larger worlds, and its graphics chip will help power visually stunning engines like the Unreal Engine 5. But the amount of attention Sony is heaping on its Tempest Audio Engine, capable of dynamic and immersive 3D sound, suggests it may be the secret weapon in the PlayStation 5 arsenal.At a corporate strategy meeting for Sony, a slideshow called the PlayStation 5 an "evolution of sound"."By...
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Apple's iOS 13.5 update is about to make your face mask-wearing life a little easier, with the clearest sign that its next major iPhone software update is imminent. The GM (golden master) version of iOS 13.5 is now out for developers, and that's always the last update Apple issues before its software updates go public.   iOS 13.5 features are headlined by a simplified unlock process for Face ID-equipped iPhones if you're wearing a face mask, according to the release notes via 9to5Mac. That's good news for those struggling with Face ID on iOS 13. You'll be able to...

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