Category: News

Sky is New Limit for Dot Com Domain Prices

The content below is taken from the original ( Sky is New Limit for Dot Com Domain Prices), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Earlier this week, domain name registrar Namecheap sent out an email to all customers advising them of a secret deal that went down […]

New: PropertySystemView v1.00

The content below is taken from the original ( New: PropertySystemView v1.00), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. PropertySystemView is a tool that allows you view and modify the properties of file from GUI and command-line, using the property system of Windows operating system. For example, you […]

Admin Essentials: Configuring Chrome Browser in your VDI environment

The content below is taken from the original ( Admin Essentials: Configuring Chrome Browser in your VDI environment), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. As a Chrome Enterprise Customer Engineer, I often get asked by administrators of virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) environments what our best practices are […]

Trying to Create a Script using Microsoft Forms to Create AD and O365 Accounts

The content below is taken from the original ( in /r/ PowerShell), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Hey guys, I am looking into taking results from an excel file that Microsoft Forms create after filled out by HR, then somehow take that data and create a […]

Petition asking Microsoft to open-source Windows 7 sails past 7,777-signature goal

The content below is taken from the original ( Petition asking Microsoft to open-source Windows 7 sails past 7,777-signature goal), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. The Free Software Foundation really set the bar high there Good news everybody! The Free Software Foundation has blown through its […]

Python: What Is It and Why Is It so Popular?

The content below is taken from the original ( Python: What Is It and Why Is It so Popular?), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. What is Python? Python is a general-purpose programming language. If you see any survey on popular programming languages over the last few […]

Google open-sources the tools needed to make 2FA security keys

The content below is taken from the original ( Google open-sources the tools needed to make 2FA security keys), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Security keys are designed to make logging in to devices simpler and more secure, but not everyone has access to them, or […]

Admin Essentials: Improving Chrome Browser extension management through permissions

The content below is taken from the original ( Admin Essentials: Improving Chrome Browser extension management through permissions), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. IT teams often look for best practices on managing extensions to avoid exposing company IP, leaving open security holes and compromising the productivity […]

Announcing the Cloudflare Access App Launch

The content below is taken from the original ( Announcing the Cloudflare Access App Launch), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Every person joining your team has the same question on Day One: how do I find and connect to the applications I need to do my […]

Open Laptop Soon to be Open For Business

The content below is taken from the original ( Open Laptop Soon to be Open For Business), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. How better to work on Open Source projects than to use a Libre computing device? But that’s a hard goal to accomplish. If you’re […]

UK begins testing unsupervised autonomous transport pods

The content below is taken from the original ( UK begins testing unsupervised autonomous transport pods), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Shoppers at a UK mall have the opportunity to try out autonomous transport pods this week which — in a UK first — operate entirely […]

Setting up passwordless Linux logins using public/private keys

The content below is taken from the original ( Setting up passwordless Linux logins using public/private keys), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Setting up an account on a Linux system that allows you to log in or run commands remotely without a password isn’t all that […]

Introducing Google Cloud’s Secret Manager

The content below is taken from the original ( Introducing Google Cloud’s Secret Manager), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Many applications require credentials to connect to a database, API keys to invoke a service, or certificates for authentication. Managing and securing access to these secrets is […]

Building a Low-Tech Website for Energy Efficiency

The content below is taken from the original ( Building a Low-Tech Website for Energy Efficiency), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. In an age of flashy jQuery scripts and bulky JavaScript front-end frameworks, loading a “lite” website is like a breath of fresh air. When most […]

ZeroPhone is an open-source smartphone that can be assembled for 50$ in parts based on Raspberry Pi Zero. It is Linux-powered, with UI software written in Python, allowing it to be easily modifiable – and it doesn’t prohibit you from changing the way it works.

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Arduino launches a new modular platform for IoT development

The content below is taken from the original ( Arduino launches a new modular platform for IoT development), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Arduino, the open-source hardware platform, today announced the launch of a new low-code platform and modular hardware system for IoT development. The idea […]

DMCA-Locked Tractors Make Decades-Old Machines the New Hotness

The content below is taken from the original ( DMCA-Locked Tractors Make Decades-Old Machines the New Hotness), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. It’s fair to say that the hearts and minds of Hackaday readers lie closer to the technology centres of Shenzhen or Silicon Valley than […]

A look back at 10 years of CES

The content below is taken from the original ( A look back at 10 years of CES), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. So, here we are on the eve of CES 2020 — the supersized buffet of an annual consumer electronics show in Las Vegas, where […]

Steampunk Motorcycle Runs On Compressed Air, Is Pure Hacking Art

The content below is taken from the original ( Steampunk Motorcycle Runs On Compressed Air, Is Pure Hacking Art), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Sometimes it’s ok to sacrifice some practicality for aesthetics, especially for passion projects. Falling solidly in this category is [Peter Forsberg]’s beautiful, […]

HP’s Elite Dragonfly lappie to let Tile gadget-trackers stalk it till they’re Blue in the tooth

The content below is taken from the original ( HP’s Elite Dragonfly lappie to let Tile gadget-trackers stalk it till they’re Blue in the tooth), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Or find it under a crap-pile in your pigsty of a desk… let’s be real, that […]

Otterbox made a ‘bacteria-killing’ screen protector for your phone

The content below is taken from the original ( Otterbox made a ‘bacteria-killing’ screen protector for your phone), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Face it, your phone screen is filthy. Think about all those times you texted from the toilet or scrolled through Instagram while riding […]

BlackBerry and Amazon team up to make connected cars more secure

The content below is taken from the original ( BlackBerry and Amazon team up to make connected cars more secure), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. The more connected cars get, the more we'll need to depend on high-quality security — especially when dealing with the cloud. […]

Office 365 Has Changed Enormously Since 2011

The content below is taken from the original ( Office 365 Has Changed Enormously Since 2011), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. The Unlovable Nature of BPOS At the start of the decade, Microsoft’s cloud offering was the deservedly maligned Business Online Productivity Services (BPOS: a name […]

Your excess server resources are wanted in the cloud

The content below is taken from the original ( Your excess server resources are wanted in the cloud), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Although not a new concept, we are now looking at the opportunity for those who have private servers with excess capacity to rent […]

Behold Schrödinger’s Y2K, when software went all quantum

The content below is taken from the original ( Behold Schrödinger’s Y2K, when software went all quantum), to continue reading please visit the site. Remember to respect the Author & Copyright. Patched or not patched? You won’t know until the box marked “2000” is opened Y2K Welcome to Y2K, The Register’s collection of ramblings from […]