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Month June 2022

FDA calls for fall boosters against BA.4/5 as subvariants take over US

Enlarge / Dr. Peter Marks, director of the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research within the Food and Drug Administration, testifies during a Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee hearing on the federal coronavirus response on Capitol Hill on… Continue Reading →

The OCLC v Clarivate Dilemma

Librarian and tech expert Karen Coyle provides insight into the evolving conflict that caused OCLC to file suit against the company Clarivate which owns Proquest and ExLibris. The suit focuses on a metadata service proposed by Ex Libris called “MetaDoor.”… Continue Reading →

Vim 9.0

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Show HN: UI Filler – placeholders for your designs

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The tiniest Raspberry Pi gets a new version with built-in Wi-Fi

Enlarge / The Raspberry Pi Pico W adds Wi-Fi to the $4 Pico board for an additional $2. (credit: Raspberry Pi Foundation) The Raspberry Pi Zero series is the smallest version of the popular single-board computer that most people have… Continue Reading →

Ditch Ads, and Other Reasons to Use These Hidden Chrome ‘Flags’ on Your Android

Chrome on Android is a very capable browser. It’s the default browser for most Android smartphones out there. And because it’s so popular, it hasn’t really changed over the last couple of years.Read more…    Read the original story

Raspberry Pi Pico W: your $6 IoT platform

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HandBrake: Free, Open Source App for Converting Videos

Learn about HandBrake, a free, open source utility that is excellent for converting videos from any format to the destination types. The post HandBrake: Free, Open Source App for Converting Videos appeared first on Linux Today.    Read the original… Continue Reading →

Unity Laying Off Hundreds of Staffers

Unity, the company behind the popular game development engine of the same name, has recently laid off hundreds of staffers, multiple sources tell Kotaku. From the report: Founded in the mid-2000s, Unity is used by thousands of developers; you’ve almost… Continue Reading →

Meta Sparks Anger By Charging For VR Apps

An anonymous reader quotes a report from the Financial Times: Meta is facing a growing backlash for the charges imposed on apps created for its virtual reality headsets, as developers complain about the commercial terms set around futuristic devices that… Continue Reading →

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