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Latest Raspberry Pi OS Release Adds New Options, Many Bug Fixes

The new Raspberry Pi OS release is here as of today, about three months after the previous update. Learn more about the new release here. The post Latest Raspberry Pi OS Release Adds New Options, Many Bug Fixes appeared first… Continue Reading →

Google says Android tablets are the future, starts staffing up new division

Enlarge / Pictured: The future. (Actually this is the Motorola Xoom from 2011.) (credit: Motorola) How serious is Google going to be about Android tablets? The company is making overtures that it cares about the platform again. In addition to… Continue Reading →

Google will let legacy G Suite users migrate to free Google accounts

Earlier this month, Google announced that it would kill free Google Workspace accounts that were using the G Suite legacy free edition. As spotted by Ars Technica and following customer backlash, Google has updated its support page and says that… Continue Reading →

Android Malware BRATA Wipes Your Device After Stealing Data

The Android malware known as BRATA has added new and dangerous features to its latest version, including GPS tracking, the capacity to use multiple communication channels, and a function that performs a factory reset on the device to wipe all… Continue Reading →

Edtech startups flock to the promise and potential of personalized learning

The rise of remote instruction left many parents freshly aware of (and annoyed by) the shortcomings of Zoom school, but for Letha McLaren, COVID-19 brought an epiphany: the importance of a headset. McLaren’s son, who deals with executive dysfunction, was… Continue Reading →

Messenger’s End-To-End Encrypted Chats and Calls Are Available To Everyone

Messenger has fully rolled out end-to-end encryption (E2EE) to everyone, with toggles to encrypt text messages as well as group chats and calls. As The Verge notes, Messenger first added E2EE in 2016 back when it was still called Facebook… Continue Reading →

Prime Video Uses WebAssembly

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WordPress 5.9 Goes Live with Full Site Editing (FSE)

WordPress 5.9 marks the introduction of the next generation of themes with greater customization and simpler building. Learn more about the go-live here. The post WordPress 5.9 Goes Live with Full Site Editing (FSE) appeared first on Linux Today.  … Continue Reading →

Linux Kernel 5.17 RC1 Unveils New Features and Hardware Support

Linux Kernel 5.17 RC1 (release candidate 1) is now available for download and testing. Learn more about it here. The post Linux Kernel 5.17 RC1 Unveils New Features and Hardware Support appeared first on Linux Today.    Read the original… Continue Reading →

Panwriter – Distraction-free Markdown editor with pandoc integration

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