Software is easily mutable, and can be rapidly fixed during a development cycle. However, hardware cannot be easily changed. It is more rigid and it takes longer to deploy and test than software. This results in bugs taking longer to discover. Google is competing with Apple, Samsung, and a lot of other companies who are … Continue reading Google CEO Sundar Pichai defends Pixel team, says “hardware is hard”
For my birthday this year, I'm asking for donations to Aarti for Girls. I've chosen this nonprofit because their mission means a lot to me, and I hope you'll consider contributing as a way to celebrate with me. Every little bit will help me reach my goal. I've included information about Aarti for Girls below. … Continue reading My Birthday Fundraiser for Aarti for Girls
The creator of the Linux kernel blames fragmentation for the relatively low adoption of Linux on the desktop. Torvalds thinks that Chromebooks and/or Android is going to define Linux in this aspect. https://youtu.be/mysM-V5h9z8 There's certainly something to be said for the freedom of choice that comes with Linux, but all too often that freedom is … Continue reading Linus Torvalds on future of Desktop
More people wouldn't join their lives the way they do in a regular marriage. Everything would be about "mine" and "theirs". I mean, honestly, in our marriage dividing up our lives sounds terrible. I know that sounds dumb and simple but seriously some people really don't think too much when it comes to getting married. … Continue reading If Marriage were a Contract !
I saw a YouTube video the other day that claimed that there are "internet black holes" that swallow data, never to be seen again. The host of the video claimed "data can't be destroyed - this is a fact". I can only assume this tool does not even understand the most basic concepts of TCP/IP … Continue reading Internet Black Holes – “the myth”
PeaZip 7.3.0 free archiver utility is now available for download on peazip.org, now available also as MSIX Windows App, and as native 64 bit DEB installer for Linux. The new version improves browsing with smarter sorting, provides better support for reading damaged archives, adds BLAKE2S and BLAKE2B hash, optionally enhances Brotli and Zstandard compression using more … Continue reading PeaZip 7.3.0 Released
In a nutshell instead of claimed 10% of GDP as a stimulus, Modi's 20 lakh crore relief package actually provides only about 1% of GDP in actual stimulus, the rest is all repackaging of existing schemes from previous announcements.
A total of 25 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in a single apartment located at Madannapet area over a period of one week. This was after a party was organised on the premises of the apartment where all the residents got together. All the 25 patients have been shifted to the Gandhi Hospital. This … Continue reading Over 20 people test positive for COVID in Hyderabad
A notorious hacking group has claimed to have "Dirty laundry" on President Trump and has threatened to publish it next week if one of the biggest cyber-ransoms ever isn't paid. The same hackers that successfully attacked a celebrity New York law firm last week have now claimed to have "a ton of dirty laundry" about … Continue reading Hacker group threatens to release Trump’s “dirty laundry” without $42M ransom
China ready to put Apple, other U.S. companies in 'unreliable entity list', Global Times reported on Friday - Reuters This is going to be huge if it continues to escalate. Non-US companies must be pretty happy with this news right now, because say if CCP does outright do the 'F you' move and outright get … Continue reading India to get Huge Investment Boost from Companies leaving China