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"This behavior, which dates back to Windows NT 4, is apparently by design and will not be remediated" The post Windows’ Print Spooler: The Gift that Keeps Giving to Attackers appeared first on Computer Business Review.
illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Last month, the world’s biggest tech show announced that CES would go online-only in 2021 instead of expecting companies and journalists to brave Las Vegas in January. But the Game Developers Conference (GDC) just announced it isn’t following suit: it’ll hold a “hybrid event taking place physically in San Francisco” that also includes a “robust virtual offering.” While it’s not yet clear how robust the virtual portion will be, GDC 2021 does have one thing going for it right away: it’ll be held July 19th–21st of next year, instead of the typical March timeframe. Perhaps we’ll have a vaccine by then or at least be more confident about gigantic business and social gatherings. Or perhaps it’ll simply be a smaller event: GDC has never been... Continue reading…
After celebrating its tenth-anniversary yesterday, Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi is now planning to foray into the gaming notebook market. Redmi has now teased a new gaming ... The post Redmi G is the company’s upcoming gaming laptop, launch set for August 14 appeared first on Gizchina.com.
To clear the cache on your Nintendo Switch, head to the "System Settings" menu. Clearing the cache on your Switch can free up storage space and help the system run more smoothly. When you clear the cache on your Switch, you'll lose the passwords saved on your system. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. If you're lucky enough to have been gaming with a Nintendo Switch all summer, then it's probably time to clear the system's cache. When you go too long without clearing out your Switch's cache of stored data and temporary files, it can affect how the device runs. So whether you're ready to resell your Switch, or simply want to bring it back up to speed, here's how you can clear your cache through your Switch's settings. Check out the products mentioned in this article: Nintendo Switch (From $299.99 at Target) How to clear the cache on a Nintendo Switch 1. Turn on your Nintendo Switch, and go to the home screen. 2. From the list of options at the bottom of the screen, select "System Settings" — it's the icon that looks like a gear. 3. In the left sidebar, scroll to the bottom and click "System." 4. Scroll to the bottom of that menu to select "Formatting Options." 5. "Reset Cache" will appear at the very top. Click it. You'll be prompted to close any open games or apps — click "Close" if you're asked to. 6. Click "Reset" to finalize.   Related coverage from Tech Reference: How to unfreeze a Nintendo Switch in 4 different ways when it stops responding 'What is Nintendo Switch Online?': How to play Nintendo Switch games online, and get free games How to stream live gameplay from your Nintendo Switch to Twitch 'Can you watch Hulu on a Nintendo Switch?': Yes, you can — here's how to set up the Switch's Hulu app How to download Nintendo Switch games onto your console, or enter a download code to get a game SEE ALSO: The best deals on Nintendo Switch consoles, games, and accessories right now Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Pathologists debunk 13 coronavirus myths
Only a handful of countries (Japan, Taiwan, Mexico, and China) have nation-wide earthquake early-warning systems. Isn’t that weird? Many other countries have alert systems in place for certain portions of the population but a significant portion of the estimated 2.7 billion people who live in daily risk of experiencing a dangerous earthquake remain uncovered. IBM Developer Advocate Pedro Cruz in a recent interview said: In early January, the largest earthquake I’ve ever felt hit Puerto Rico, a 6.4 magnitude. While some cities are equipped to face earthquakes, Puerto Rico’s island infrastructure and construction woes make our local community fearful of… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: IBM
Japanese internet giant Rakuten is continuing to push into new ground with its disruptive mobile mission, promising the first 5G OpenRAN deployments next month.
Confusing? Yes. Geeky? As all hell. But also absolutely fascinating? Definitely.
It has the potential to be one of the busiest on record
An order guide has turned up online that shows Jeep intends to launch a couple of new model options for the Gladiator mid-sized pickup. The 2021 Jeep Gladiator line will include a Willys version and an 80th Anniversary Edition according to the leak. Both versions are packed with special exterior and interior enhancements. The 2021 Gladiator Willys features 17-inch black … Continue reading
As someone living in Australia... thank you.
In his free time, the billionaire philanthropist also takes walks in his neighborhood, but always wears a mask
Samsung Unpacked 2020 is only a couple of days away, but that won’t dissuade Samsung from teasing and previewing the heck out of what’s expected to be its big Galaxy Note 20 launch. We’re already readying ourselves for a five device flood on August 5, as per Samsung’s own mobile division chief, but now the company is wheeling in some … Continue reading
Google has announced that it is getting rid of YouTube’s Community Contributions feature because it is hardly ever used on videos and when these captions are present, they’re often low-quality, spammy, or otherwise problematic. These captions aren’t going away immediately, however, with YouTube giving its users time to switch their videos to other caption options. If you’re unfamiliar with YouTube’s … Continue reading
(National Research Council of Science & Technology) Research on solar cells to secure renewable energy sources are ongoing around the world. The Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) in South Korea succeeded in developing eco-friendly color Cu(In,Ga)Se2 (CIGS) thin-film solar cells.
Thousands of Chinese nationalists sent death threats to an author for writing a diary documenting the world's first coronavirus lockdown. Why?
We were supposed to lock him up on a volcanic island on July 29, 2020.
It just goes to show you that the blockchain is good for something – crime!
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge A congressional hearing with the chief executives of Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Apple has been rescheduled for noon Eastern time on Wednesday. Originally scheduled for Monday, the hearing was bumped back a few days to allow members of Congress to pay respects to the late Rep. John Lewis, who died July 17th. Lewis will lie in state at the US Capitol next week. The House Judiciary Committee hearing with Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Tim Cook, and Sundar Pichai will focus on the various antitrust issues each CEO’s company is dealing with. It’s part of a yearlong investigation into the tech sector’s anti-competitive behavior. The hearing will be conducted remotely to adhere to coronavirus social distancing guidelines. Twitter CEO Jack... Continue reading…
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