Jon Moses

Get started with Linux programming with this $ 20 development pack

Through BleepingOffers on computers You use Linux every day, you just might not realize it. Anytime you enter a query on Google, scroll through your Facebook feed, or stream a video to YouTube, you’re essentially communicating with a Linux server. If you have an Android phone, you also indirectly use …

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Charles Hoskinson reveals more ambitious plans for Cardano in 2022

Cardano has big plans for 2022, according to the roadmap established by its CEO, Charles Hoskinson, in a educational vlog on Twitter. Cardano has big plans for this year According to him, the main goal of blockchain this year is to improve the capabilities of smart contracts on Cardano. After …

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Your Guide to Laptops, Chromebooks, and Gaming PCs

Buying a new computer requires reading and dealing with a lot of jargon. From the different types of processors to knowing the difference between memory and storage, there is a lot of information. But the process doesn’t have to be intimidating. Arguably, we’ve never had so many great options for …

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What is CloudReady? Is this a viable alternative to Chrome OS?

CloudReady is becoming popular, especially among people with low-end hardware. So I decided to take a look and share my findings with you in this article. What is CloudReady? CloudReady is an operating system based on the open source Chromium OS code base from Google. Neverware, the organization behind CloudReady, …

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Bancorp Customers: Bank Continues National Expansion, Launches Technology and Venture Capital Banking Group

READING WEST, PA. (January 3, 2022)– Customers Bank, one of the top 100 digital consumer and commercial banks with approximately $ 19.1 billion in assets, established a nationwide Technology and Venture Banking group to serve early-stage, growing and in an advanced phase as part of the bank’s continued strategic growth. …

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Huawei OpenHarmony 3.1 Beta released with new system capabilities

The OpenAtom foundation has released OpenHarmony 3.1 beta for the open source community. The OpenHarmony 3.1 beta will further pave the way for Huawei HarmonyOS operating system developers and industry partners to develop new applications that run on the latest changes and performance enhancements made by contributors. In October, Huawei …

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USMNT star Dike completes move to West Brom

West Brom has finalized the signing of Daryl Dike from Orlando City, the Championship club confirmed on Saturday. The Baggies are currently in fourth place as they look to make an instant return to the Premier League after relegation last season. Dike, 21, is considered one of the top young …

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Curious about Trump’s “Truth” social network? Make your own instead

Source: Pocketnow Former US President Donald Trump has raised $ 1.25 billion to create its own social network “Truth” to move away from large technological social networks like Twitter and Facebook … and also because he was banned from these platforms for violating their terms of use. The “Truth” social …

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January 2022 Laptop Sales: How to Get a Free Chromebook with EE

Looking to upgrade your laptop? EE kicked off a very impressive deal as part of their January sale, which means you can get one for free. Yes, you read it correctly. While there are plenty of deals during the January sales, from savings on mattresses to televisions, the IndyBest team …

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Go, Rust, GitHub Lead 2021 Stories – The New Stack

Well, well, well, here we are, we arrived in the last days of 2021 with nasal swabs sticking out of our noses, Zoom’s fatigue having turned into something more Zoom-existential-like- dread, and hopefully a method or two in place to prevent the eternal end roll that we’ve perfected in 2020. …

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