30 Hacker News

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Google Protest Leader Meredith Whittaker Is Leaving the Company Show HN: OctoSQL – Query and Join multiple databases and files, written in Go Going Quiet: More States Are Hiding 911 Recordings Jeison: An Emacs library for declarative JSON parsing Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Raspberry Pi 4 Review Elsa: Emacs Lisp Static Analyzer The helicopter team that films the Tour de France is one of a kind Jony Ive: 8 hits and 8 misses from 20 years at Apple IndieAuth – a federated login protocol using one's own domain name Tesla employees say they took shortcuts, worked through harsh conditions Lunar Eclipse: An Email to a Daughter and Son-in-Law Before Silicon Valley got nasty the Pirates of Analog Alley fought it out (2014) Memory Checking In search of the sea wolf along Canada’s coast (2015) We can't get enough of audiobooks A material way to make Mars habitable Amazon offers $10 to Prime Day shoppers who hand over their data Ownership and Borrowing in D Vugu: Modern UI Library for Go+WebAssembly The Murderer, the Writer, the Reckoning King – Man + Woman = King? Why did we wait so long for the bicycle? Tapping into the buzz of backyard beekeeping in Japan Measuring Long-Term Causal Impact of Ads on LinkedIn Users Tesla drops cheapest Model X, S variants, cuts prices to simplify lineup Torchships – Atomic Rockets (2012) A Tale of Two Mallocs: On Android Libc Allocators (2018) Saleswhale (YC S16) Is Hiring Our First U.S. Strategic Account Executive Book Review: Impro by Keith Johnstone

30 heise online News

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ESA-Weltraumteleskop Gaia: Korrektur-Manöver um Erdschatten auszuweichen Hackerangriff in Bulgarien betrifft Millionen Menschen Weitere Videokonferenz-Tools machen Macs unsicher Windows 10 1903: Microsoft eliminiert alte Upgrade-Blocker und kämpft mit neuen Report: DevSecOps ist der steinige Weg zu mehr Sicherheit Künstliche Muskeln: Dünne Fasern mit großer Kraft 5G-Rollout: Vodafone prescht vor NASA: Satellit soll Sonnensegel per 3D-Druck vergrößern Zahlen, bitte! Mit 34,5 Millionen Newton bis zum Mond Vor 50 Jahren: Apollo 11 startet zum Mond Daimler führt seine Geräusche für Elektroautos vor Österreichs Petaflops-Rechner nimmt Betrieb auf Slack-Chef: Erfolg von Microsoft Teams ist keine Bedrohung WordPress: Entwickler des Plugins "Ad Inserter" fixen kritische Schwachstelle 18,6 Millionen daddeln auf ihrem Smartphone Sicherheitsupdate: Chrome könnte abstürzen und Daten leaken Thirty Meter Telescope: Proteste verhindern neuen Baubeginn des Riesenteleskops iOS 13: Bug in Beta gibt Passwörter frei Auftakt für JavaLand 2020: Jetzt mit Vorträgen und Workshops bewerben Twitter.com bekommt großes Redesign Portabilität für Deep-Learning-Modelle mit ONNX Facebooks Kryptowährung: US-Finanzminister sieht Libra sehr kritisch Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus: Mehr Grafikleistung für Highend-Smartphones Wisch & Match – App fürs Ehrenamt verkuppelt Helfer und Vereine Partielle Mondfinsternis als Hingucker und Fotomotiv: Gute Chancen im Süden 1Password: Lokaler Passworttresor für iOS kommt wohl nicht zurück Anzeige: SAP-Altsysteme ablösen: Ab in die Cloud Alan Turings Porträt kommt auf die britische 50-Pfund-Banknote JavaScript-Framework: Ember 3.11 vereinfacht das Event-Handling Symfony hebt ab: Die SymfonyCloud ist allgemein verfügbar

21 /r/Technology

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Any form of threatening, harassing, or violence / physical harm towards anyone will result in a ban Got a tech question or want to discuss tech? Weekly /r/Technology Tech Support / General Discussion Thread Founder of neo-Nazi site Daily Stormer should pay $14 million to victim of 'troll storm,' judge says Social media, but not video games, linked to depression in teens, according to landmark Montreal study House Democrats are considering a bill to ban Facebook from the finance industry Thousands of Amazon workers across Europe and the US are striking and protesting on Prime Day Ajit Pai’s new gift to cable companies would kill local fees and rules Electrical engineers develop 'beyond 5G' wireless transceiver that boosts radio frequencies into 100-gigahertz territory, quadruple the speed of the upcoming 5G, or fifth-generation, wireless communications standard Alan Turing: WWII codebreaker revealed as new face of £50 note Security reports reveal how Assange turned an embassy into a command post for election meddling Elon Musk’s brain-interface company is promising big news. Here’s what it could be. We think Neuralink, which develops brain-machine interfaces, is recording from the neurons of monkeys as a stepping stone toward humans. Craigslist's Craig Newmark: 'Outrage is profitable. Most online outrage is faked for profit' Facebook’s Libra Hearings In Congress Are The Best Free Entertainment You’ll Get All Week Office 365 declared illegal in German schools due to privacy risks Tesla drops ‘Standard Range’ Model S and Model X, lowers prices of ‘Long Range’ variants and Model 3 Scotland just produced enough wind energy to power all its homes twice over American kids would much rather be YouTubers than astronauts : 'Asked what they would like to be when they grow up, about 3 in 10 American and British children replied that they wanted to be YouTubers or Vloggers—careers making videos on the Internet for fame and fortune' Smart meters go Welsh: latest glitch changes language on devices more than 100 miles from the border EFF Hits AT&T With Class Action Lawsuit for Selling Customers’ Location to Bounty Hunters Cryptocurrencies Pose National Security Threat, Mnuchin Says To Break Google's Monopoly On Search, Make Its Index Public - Slashdot

26 Open Source on Reddit

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Under New Management - New Mod(s) for r/OpenSource What is POSIX? Richard Stallman explains CubeSat satellites could cost as little as US$3,000 to put in orbit. The amateur satellites trend was pioneered by the AMSAT organization, which adopts a full open source philosophy since 1969. Centrifugo v2 – language-agnostic scalable real-time messaging server is even better now. Protobuf protocol, JWT auth, GRPC API, message recovery algorithms and more. How to contribute to Firefox An insider story of how Microsoft built the Windows Subsystem for Linux Looking for an open source project to test testing tools on POS I'm open sourcing an old project I worked on. I've never worked on Open Source, where and how should I learn what to do? MyBrowserAddon is a community for open-source projects. You can download a lot of the addons, contribute to the projects etc. "GLPI Status" panel with the following message "Alert is not properly configured" Looking for open source CPU (and/or) GPU benchmarking Talk for EsLibre 2019. Can we paint with opensource software? EN, ES Captions Is there any open-source anonymous news platform where users generate and vote for news? Is there an awesome list of Open source projects dedicated to tackling global challenges? Open Source Google Tasks UI [Android] Bromite 75.0.3770.139 released I just open sourced aws-lambda-fastify Blender 2.80 removes blender game engine, and recommends Godot as an alternative Reupload to store? Introduction Is there an open source alternative to Apple ecosystem? Recommendations for open source/libre Kanban tool like Trello? The dev site for Google's Fuchsia OS is live :) Free as in beer? How to run a small social network site for your friends

25 A forum for computer security professionals.

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Best “Security for the Less Tech/Security Savvy” resources r/security and r/cybersecurity: What's the difference, and what should they be? Only six months remain until the end of windows 7 support. Trump: We 'will take a look' into Peter Thiel's claims of Google working with China Researchers have found a way to beat the mac address randomisation feature used by bluetooth to protect users from being tracked. A Feisty Google Adversary Tests How Much People Care About Privacy In the latest twist in the saga of the web-conferencing app, apple has issued a ‘silent’ update removing zoom’s hidden web server from macs. How much am I compromising my system by torrenting? Security In 5: Epsiode 537 - Truly Effective Security Programs Are Business Focused Open Invitation to Help Develop Infosec Community Resources Update your logitech wireless dongles How simple source code share may kick you out of the live system? Respond to Web-based Attacks Automatically with DFLabs and Symantec Secure Web Gateway "AppSec: From the OWASP Top Ten(s) to the OWASP ASVS" with Jim Manico (51min talk from GOTO Chicago 2019) Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook at Congress antitrust hearing: How to watch New WSH RAT Malware Targets Bank Customers with Keyloggers What is the lightest voice app? Peter Thiel says FBI, CIA should probe Google Uk mid-sized firms lost £30bn to attacks in 2018. grant thornton report reveals multiple board-level failings In july, the u.s. coast guard issued a safety alert warning all shipping companies of maritime cyber attacks. this isn’t the first time this has happened. MyLife and such. Is it safe to claim a page to remove it? Can I remove my family's accounts too? SWEED: Exposing years of Agent Tesla campaigns Sanitizing e-mail signature HTML scripts On-Line backup ... once again... How any instagram account could be hacked in less than 10 minutes

30 New Scientist - Space

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Mystery of universe’s expansion deepens with new cosmic calculation There aren’t enough space explosions to explain strange radio bursts Martin Parr's Laika and Soviet space dog kitsch collection - in photos Terraforming Mars with strange silica blanket could let plants thrive India’s moon mission Chandrayaan 2 delayed just before launch Something is seriously wrong with our understanding of the cosmos India is about to launch a lander and rover to the moon’s south pole Hayabusa 2 lands on distant asteroid and collects another sample Quiz: How good is your knowledge of the moon? Future moon missions probably won't carry astronauts - here's why Apollo 11 only made it to the moon through diabolically hard practice Virgin Galactic to become the first publicly traded space travel firm 7 bizarre objects from the festival's worth of trash left on the moon Moon rocks can tell us where life could thrive beyond the solar system Jodrell Bank Observatory honoured with UNESCO World Heritage status Earth could have more water than we thought while exoplanets have less Exomoons that run away from their planets could become 'ploonets' A total solar eclipse just passed over Chile and Argentina The weirdest stars we've ever seen have astronomers utterly baffled Interstellar object 'Oumuamua almost definitely not aliens, we think Planet in triple-star system may be our best chance to find alien life NASA is sending a drone to fly around Titan looking for signs of life Mystery radio waves from space tracked to a surprising home galaxy Working hypothesis: from Raspberry Pi to abolishing time Unique chance to confirm methane spikes – and perhaps life – on Mars Don't miss: men on the moon, robots in orbit and museums in the street NASA is going back to the moon but most people in the US don't want to SpaceX is about to launch a sail propelled through space by sunshine How Mercury and Venus can guide our hunt for alien life on exoplanets Japan wants to launch the first ever rover to visit a Martian moon

18 /r/space: news, articles, images, videos, and discussion

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Week of July 14, 2019 'All Space Questions' thread 50 years ago on July 16, Apollo 11 began the greatest adventure of Mankind...to the Moon This website replays the Apollo 11 mission as it happened, 50 years ago. It consists entirely of historical material. Select whether to begin one minute before launch, or click "Now" to drop in exactly 50 years ago, to-the-second during the anniversary. The Smithsonian digitized the interior of the Apollo 11 Command Module and included 3D ready designs for the printer Wake up- it's launch day. Today in 1969, the Apollo 11 crew got up around 4 a.m. and began preparing for their flight. They had a 9:32 a.m. rocket to catch. #Apollo50th - NASA History Office Gravitational slingshot trajectory to accelerate a spacecraft adopted by the Apollo-11 program to reach the Moon is named after a self-educated Ukrainian who made calculations 50 years before the lunar flight Fifty years ago this day, on July 16, 1969, Apollo 11 lifted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Four days later, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to set foot on the Moon. NASA Administrator Says Americans Would 'Be on Mars Today Had it Not Been For Political Risk' Apologies if this edit has been posted before, I hadn't seen it before today. I got a few shivers watching it, and maybe a little teary for the touchdown. National Geographic's atmospheric edit of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Launch Silica aerogel could make Mars habitable Apollo 11 launch in 7 hours and 32 minutes from time of this post. For anyone interested in astrobiology, a professor at University of British Columbia just published a great primer. "Ploonets" are a newly-predicated class of orphaned moons that have been ejected from their planets and now orbit their host stars alone. Their existence may help explain perplexing observations like the mysterious dimming of Tabby's Star and the hints of planetary cannibalism by the star Kronos. The launch of Apollo 11 - live on German radio, 50 years ago American kids would much rather be YouTubers than astronauts. Becoming an astronaut ranked last among five professions. Only in China did children have a clear preference for being an astronaut—or rather, a taikonaut—and had higher expectations for human settlement of space in the decades to come. 50 Years After Apollo 11, a Mars Landing Is the Next Giant Leap, NASA Chief Says. Space archeologist says heritage protections needed to stop people trampling the moon landing site: “'Space junk' are important artifacts for archeological study” Sneak preview of Washington Monument rocket projection to celebrate 50th anniversary of moon launch

27 PC Gaming

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Tech Support and Basic Questions Thread - July 15, 2019 What Are You Playing Thread - July 16, 2019 Cyberpunk 2077 will have "lifepaths" which are the origins of your character that we choose at the beginning of the game and allows for different quest approaches depending on your character origin New Super Monkey Ball game is coming to Steam on October 31 Chinese FF14 players are eating inhuman piles of KFC to earn Chocobos AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Drops to All-Time Low $200 Epic Games Store FAILS AGAIN Removes games from customer accounts Hunt: Showdown | Trinity Larian Studios: How Baldurs Gate 3 with usher in a new era of Dungeons and Dragons Killsquad (SciFi ARPG) has released on Steam, 19,99€ RAW Kickstarter Suspended, scam confirmed! Multiplayer ARPG, Killsquad, is out now (launch trailer) Epic Games supports Blender Foundation with $1.2 million Epic MegaGrant AMD revives free boot kit offer for struggling Ryzen 3000 owners Gears 5 - Official Versus Tech Test Trailer PC Switch Emulator Yuzu Runs Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Pokémon Let’s Go, Super Mario Maker 2, Xenoblade Chronicles & More The Best Indie Games on PC Factorio devs say G2A hasn’t been “exactly prompt” to compensate over fraudulent key sales Cyberpunk 2077 Developer Says: The Game Will Still Look Amazing On Low-End PCs What is the oldest game that still supports online multiplayer? Which games make you glad you have a high-end gaming PC? Resident Evil 3 receives first version of fan made Remasterization by group of modders. Blue Protocol closed alpha test character creation videos, class information tidbits - Gematsu Red Candle Games Decide to Not Re-release ‘Devotion’ “In The Near-Term” Are there any games like Diablo that don’t require Internet connection? Darksiders III - Keepers of the Void DLC - Launch Trailer Tetris Effect - PC Announce Trailer (4K) | Coming July 23 to Epic Games Store