Proposed new UK legislation will require device makers to provide vital security information to consumers at the point of sale to help protect against cyber-attack.
Minimize discomfort by moving your arm or taking hot showers. Use cold washcloths or ice instead of Advil.
The investment landscape for insurtech startups is off to a hot start in Q2 2021.
Some say you sometimes need a bit of perspective to really appreciate how things are. In the case of subtler design changes, you often need a comparison to really see the difference. This year’s iPhone is expected to remain mostly unchanged from last year’s design except in one or two aspects, and these latest real-world photos show how the iPhone … Continue reading
Lowest scoring sections were 'performance' and 'deal', but it looks like it could be a lot worse You aren't the only one feeling like you're giving more than you're getting from your employer – a chunk of Microsofties are of the same opinion.…
Most companies are moving to multicloud—about 92%. The latest Flexera State of the Cloud report shows that 92% of enterprises have a multicloud strategy and 80% have a hybrid cloud strategy. Old news.The new news is that most enterprises are attempting to make devops or devsecops work together with multicloud and are running into pretty tough obstacles—namely having to deal with the complexity of the target platforms and considering deployment and cloudops.
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This manifests as a bunch of problems, such as misconfigurations, over- or underprovisioning, not using the right native services, and even security and operational issues that have to be resolved after deployment. At the end of the day, there are just too many moving parts that developers and operators must consider, and huge mistakes are being made.To read this article in full, please click here
TSMC says it expects components shortage to continue into 2022
New categories and an easier-than-ever, new submission process is on deck for the 2021 Awards.
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Bike lights dramatically improve your visibility and keep you safe while riding your bike at night or in low light. Here are our favorites.
NASA has shared an interesting new image to celebrate the anniversary of the Mars Odyssey orbiter. The Mars Odyssey orbiter isn’t one we hear much from today, but it’s been orbiting the Red Planet for 20 years. The image, which can be seen below, is a false-colored image that shows a sea of blue sand dunes and yellow wind-sculpted lines … Continue reading
Apple’s upcoming strict privacy measures are proving to be quite effective even before it’s fully implemented. Designed to prevent the potential violation of users’ privacy by asking permission before apps and services are allowed to track their activity. It is ruffling no small amount of advertisers’ feathers but some companies seem to be taking more drastic and questionable measures to … Continue reading
Nike and the internet collective MSCHF have settled their trademark dispute over a run of unofficially modified Satan-themed Nike sneakers. Neither company disclosed the terms of the deal. But it apparently includes an offer to let customers return their $1,018 “Satan Shoes” — or a pair of MSCHF’s earlier “Jesus Shoes” — for a full refund.
In a statement to The Verge, MSCHF’s attorneys said they were “pleased” with the settlement over the shoes, which were designed in collaboration with rapper Lil Nas X. “With these Satan Shoes — which sold out in less than a minute — MSCHF intended to comment on the absurdity of the collaboration culture practiced by some brands, and about the perniciousness of intolerance,” the attorneys said. They...
In a filing with a California court, Apple describes Epic's pre-planned "Project Liberty" media strategy to draw attention to Fortnite.
Which PS5 and Xbox Series games have 120fps support? We've rounded up every compatible game that lets you enjoy faster, smoother gameplay.
The Subaru BRZ's twin is finally here, and like the BRZ, the new Toyota 86 keeps the back-to-basics sports car formula in great shape.
Internet data caps are not like pizza — where taking a slice could mean fewer slices for everyone else. I don’t think Verge readers have trouble understanding this concept? It’s been well-established that ISPs have no trouble delivering unlimited data, even during — say — a global pandemic when vast throngs of the population have suddenly found themselves working from home.
This, however, did not stop WideOpenWest (aka WOW!) from using pizza to justify brand-new, possibly-never-before-seen data caps for its cable internet subscribers, starting June 1st, 2021, as Ars Technica reports.
Here’s a portion of the email subscribers are receiving:
What’s a monthly data usage plan? Let us illustrate …
Imagine that the WOW! network is a pizza....
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Welcome to April. This month began with, frankly, too many brands insisting on making fools out of themselves. But now that the prankster holiday is behind us, we’re focused on deals that are still happening. This has been a fun week to write about deals because a little bit of everything has seen a discount. There have been several deals lately on game subscriptions, so my colleague Taylor Lyles put together a big up-to-date guide to help you find the best prices.
Nomad’s Base Station Pro is half off until Saturday night
If you have an iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods and are still lamenting the fact that the AirPower charging mat never released, check out this deal. Nomad’s Base Station Pro does what the AirPower promised to do —...
Barbeque Nation shares are likely to be listed on April 7.Barbeque Nation Hospitality is backed by ace stock market investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala's investment firm Alchemy Capital
Easter weekend is upon us and if you’re lucky, you’ve got four glorious days off work to fill. There’s just one problem: it’s our second Easter in lockdown – and we’re not sure another walk or day in front of Netflix will cut it. Never fear, though, because we’re here with a guide of alternative things to do, whether you’re spending the weekend alone, with friends, or are in desperate need for child-friendly entertainment.In no particular order, here are 13 ideas to get you started. Catch up with friends and family outdoorsLockdown rules changed on Monday 29 March and this weekend will be the first opportunity to make the most of it for many.Up to six people from six different households can now meet (a return to the rule of six), or you can meet in a larger group if this only contains two households (e.g. two families of four people, totalling eight people). Gatherings must take place outside, but you’re allowed to spend time in private gardens. Bringing food? These recipes will help you up your picnic game.Play Ginger’s Big Drag Bingo After a day outdoors, get the Prosecco on ice and prepare for a hilarious bingo-meets-game show night, hosted by drag superstar Ginger. Expect bingo combined with “NSFW comedy, pop anthems, the funniest memes and guest performances from your fave London Queens”. Doors for the online show will open at 7.15pm BST on Friday April 4. Buy a ticket for £8 here. Try an art classHome is the perfect place to practise your art skills (you can hide any misfires off camera). Artist Angela Chao will be hosting a free watercolour workshop suitable for adults or kids on Saturday April 3 from 4pm – 5pm BST (register here). Alternatively, there’s an online life drawing class this Sunday hosted by Brixton Life Drawing at 10am - 11:30am BST (register here, classes are pay what you can). Enjoy outdoor sportOutdoor sports facilities such as golf courses, tennis and basketball courts, plus open-air swimming pools re-opened earlier this week. Book a session at your local venue to shake off that lockdown fatigue. Make Easter masks Making some Easter masks can be a fun way to revamp (and prolong) your Easter egg hunt. Get the kids to draw out some ears and the top half of a bunny face, cut it out and attach some elastic. Or, save time by downloading and printing free printable masks online – easy.Stream online theatreMissing the thrill of theatre? Treat yourself to a performance from your sofa by using an online streaming service. The National Theatre has a variety of shows accessible any time from £9.99 for a one-month subscription. Get crafty Craft projects are a great option if you’re tired of screens – and you don’t have to be particularly artistic. The HuffPost team recently tried out a number of kits – from pottery to scrunchie making – with surprising success.Read our reviews here. Alternatively, make some simple Easter decorations with the kids by following these salt dough instructions or sitting down to some good, old fashioned egg painting.Try an online festival for kids Kinder Surprise has teamed up with top entertainers and educators to create the Kinder Masters of Play Festival. Fancy a dance class with Diversity star Jordan Banjo? How about a drawing workshop with award-winning children’s author and illustrator Rob Biddulph?Events are free and happing live throughout the Easter holidays, with videos available to watch back at any time. Find more details online. Chat with Sir David Attenborough (kind of)Environmental movement Earth Optimism has teamed up with the Cambridge Festival to bring viewers an exciting event ‘In conversation with Sir David Attenborough’. The broadcaster will be discussing his hopes for the future of our planet, plus answering some viewer questions. The talk will be streamed live from 2pm– 3pm BST on Sunday April 4. You can register for free here. Make a spring focaccia gardenSorry sourdough bloomer, spring focaccia gardens are the latest bread tread – and they look as good as they taste. We asked George White, founder of The Focaccia Florist, London’s first floral bakery, for his top tips and a recipe for beginners. Follow the instructions here.Order an at-home restaurant boxRestaurants may be closed, but you can still enjoy restaurant-quality food. See if your favourite eatery is offering takeaway or order an at-home cookery kit, which will give you a delicious meal after a few simple steps.There’s lots of options, from Michelin-starred feasts to award-winning pasta. Read our recommendations here. If you want a traditional roast for Easter Sunday, try Blacklock, which delivers nationwide. Go on a new bike rideSeven people told us why they fell in love with cycling during lockdown – and it’ll inspire you to get pedalling. This is something you can do with mates, family or solo, so plan a new route and feel that glorious spring breeze.Join the jury For an online immersive game that’s had rave reviews, try Jury Duty, which has shows throughout the bank holiday weekend. Participants will be asked to look at the evidence, search an online database for clues and interrogate a defendant (a rather convincing actor) live. You’ll then need to decide: guilty or not guilty. If that’s not your thing, you’ll find other online immersive games (including online escape rooms) here. Related...7 Ideas For Upcycling Furniture To Use In Your Garden14 Simple Ways To Make Easter Special For Kids – Even In LockdownWorth The Faff Or Too Much Hassle? We Reviewed 6 Craft Kits14 Easter Treats You Really Shouldn't Feed Your DogBehold, The Ultimate Easter Egg Taste Test For 2021
Open VSX Registry, a repository of extensions for Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code and other developer tools, is now under the jurisdiction of the Eclipse Foundation.Bult on the Eclipse Open VSX project, the public repository has been transferred from development tools maker TypeFox and will be managed under the Eclipse Cloud DevTools working group, Eclipse said on March 30. Open VSX Registry is positioned as an open source, vendor-neutral alternative to Microsoft’s Visual Studio Marketplace, providing an open marketplace of extensions for Visual Studio Code-compatible editors including Eclipse Che and Eclipse Theia.To read this article in full, please click here