by on February 2, 2020
Turkish foreign minister says Arab countries should show same unity in Monday's OIC summit against so-called peace plan Nazli Yuzbasioglu ANKARA ...
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by on January 4, 2020
Leaves are turning. Temperatures have dipped. These are sure signs—if you live in the Northern Hemisphere, at least—that Canonical's Autumn release is upon us. Things are a bit different in 2019, however. Not only is Ubuntu 19.10 nicknamed Eoan Ermine (no, I don't know how you pronounce it either), but it's the best non-LTS Ubuntu release Canonical has ever put out. I should qualify that statement somewhat, because really, as the newest version, it had damn well better be the best Ubuntu ever...
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by on December 28, 2019
Firefox is a convenient, fast and lightweight browser. Moreover, it is the only mainstream open-source browser, and its code has been thoroughly researched and scrutinized by the community.Thus, you can be sure that there are no dodgy widgets hidden inside. Firefox is also quite secure. Like other major market players, it offers a private browsing mode that includes tracking, malware and phishing protection, pop-up blocking, and anti-fingerprinting protection. You can use its extensive custom...
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by on December 7, 2019
Try to search first There are thousands of forum posts, and it's likely that someone else has a question similar to yours. Use the Search feature and try different combinations of keywords. If you don't find answers, or if the answers you find aren't satisfactory, then ask your question. Note: When writing a new post, try to add relevant and descriptive tags to make it easier for future users with the same issue to find the solution! ...
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by on December 7, 2019
Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, Elon Musk: Today’s business role models are those who have created technology products that define and shape the behavior of millions - the iPhone, Facebook, Tesla, PayPal. And none of them could have got where they were without coding. Take Elon Musk - he wrote his first computer game aged 12 and successfully sold it for $500. Coding is Now a Core Skill Elon probably doesn’t code that much anymore, he has employees to do that for him - but the principles and s...
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by on November 29, 2019
Turkey blocked NATO’s defense plan for the Baltics and Eastern Europe over the Syria dispute as the alliance has not yet recognized the People’s Protection Units (YPG) as a terrorist organization and approved the document concerning the matter. The alliance’s threats towards Turkey during Peace Spring Operation, its support of those fighting against its ally Turkey rather than protecting its own member underlie this showdown ahead of the summit set to take place in London on Dec.4. Europe ...
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by on November 28, 2019
This course will be the third of a multi-course track to prepare you for the role of a GCP Network Engineer. The Hybrid Network course will build on top of the fundamentals covered in the previous two courses, and expand on it by covering hybrid connectivity solutions, which connect your network to Google Cloud. We will also cover private network solutions to enable necessary communications for both GCP and on-premises resources without exposing them to the public Internet.
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by on July 30, 2019
The “Five Eyes” intelligence chiefs are demanding backdoor access to encrypted messaging apps, arguing Big Tech should give up users' privacy to combat terrorism and child predators. “Tech companies should include mechanisms in the design of their encrypted products and services whereby governments, acting with appropriate legal authority, can obtain access to data,” the Five Eyes – an alliance of intelligence agency directors from the US, UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand – declared in an...
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by on July 30, 2019
Warning against fake news, which is made up and circulated in social media, Turkish Radio and Television Corporation (TRT) Director General Ibrahim Eren said Tuesday the mainstream media was regaining its space thanks to its reliability. ''The most important thing that the people seek is a reliable news source,'' he said....
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by on July 30, 2019
The expansion of home tech products to make life increasingly convenient requires consumer privacy sacrifices, the full extent of which won’t be revealed for years to come, but have been hinted at through a slew of missteps. This past week Amazon hit headlines after its virtual assistant Alexa was caught passively recording couples arguing, having intimate family discussions and even having sex (apparently sex noises can trigger Alexa-activated Echo speakers).
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by on July 27, 2019
Google’s smart speakers are recording users when they least expect it, according to temp worker language experts hired by the company to listen to the snippets – which include some of users’ most private moments. Google is able to claim it does not listen to the recordings Google Home devices are constantly generating only because it contracts the job out to temp workers. These “language experts,” as they are called, use a collaborative system built by the company to share and analyze sound sni...
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by on July 27, 2019
TECH guru Steve Wozniak has recommended that Facebook users ‘figure out a way to get off’ the social network due to ongoing privacy concerns. Wozniak deleted his Facebook account in 2018 after the Cambridge Analytica scandal. “There are many different kinds of people, and some [of] the benefits of Facebook are worth the loss of privacy,” Wozniak told TMZ tabloid, which spoke with the tech guru at Reagan National Airport in DC. “But to many like myself, my recommendation is – to most people – yo...
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