Editor's Letter: Windows 8 gets its start back

Editor's Letter: Windows 8 gets its start back

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In each issue of Distro, Editor-in-chief Tim Stevens publishes a wrap-up of the week in news. There are times when you need to stay strong, ignore the criticism and do what you know is right. Then, there are some times when the masses are right and listening is the smart...
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Oculus VR Mourns Loss of Co-Founder Struck and Killed During a Car Chase

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New An early employee of virtual reality company Oculus VR was identified Friday as the pedestrian struck and killed during a police chase in Southern California. Andrew Scott Reisse, 33, was walking in a crosswalk when he was hit on Thursday, according to Los Angeles ABC affiliate KABC. “Andrew was a...
Oculus VR Mourns Loss of Co-Founder Struck and Killed During a Car Chase

Mozilla Readies Major Firefox Redesign As It Ponders What The Browser Of The Future Should Look Like

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New “Maybe we shouldn’t even call it a browser anymore,” Mozilla’s VP of Firefox engineering Jonathan Nightingale told me a few days ago. “‘Browser’ is really an antiquated word. People don’t really browse all that much anymore.” Instead, he argues, we now mostly use our browsers to access sophisticated web apps,...
Mozilla Readies Major Firefox Redesign As It Ponders What The Browser Of The Future Should Look Like

Twitter's new security plugs only some holes, experts say

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New Twitter's long overdue rollout of two-factor authentication doesn't plug every angle of attack and won't guarantee that customer accounts aren't compromised in future, experts have warned. Twitter introduced its secure two-factor option earlier this week after an accelerating number of hijacks against high-profile and corporate users, including The New...
Twitter's new security plugs only some holes, experts say

Film crew to dig up Atari landfill site, maybe score 3.5 million copies of E.T.

arstechnica.com
New A documentary crew has received approval to dig up the New Mexico desert site where Atari supposedly buried millions of unsold pieces of Atari 2600 software and hardware. The crew hopes to finally confirm or refute one of gaming's most enduring urban legends once and for all. The city...
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The 7 commandments for making software-defined storage a success

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The history of enterprise computing is replete with hype cycles – from video servers and object databases, to AI and machine learning, fads have charmed the media and industry analysts alike for decades. One such froth is building around software-defined storage (SDS), an emerging entrant into the larger software-defined datacenter...
The 7 commandments for making software-defined storage a success

The Inside Network Job Board: CrowdFlower, BrightRoll, Advertising Age and more

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The Inside Network Job Board is dedicated to providing you with the best social media job opportunities across social and mobile application platforms. Here are this week’s highlights from the Inside Network Job Board, including positions at: CrowdFlower, BrightRoll, Advertising Age and more.   Advertising Age Digital Marketing Coordinator – Advertising...
The Inside Network Job Board: CrowdFlower, BrightRoll, Advertising Age and more

Ima Fish's Favorite Techdirt Posts Of The Week

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Hello fellow Techdirtheads. I'm Ima Fish and am an attorney with a concentration in IP law. But unlike most lawyers who study IP law, I want to drastically curtail how it presently operates. So when I talk about my "favorite" posts, I'm being satirical, of course. As anyone who reads...
Ima Fish's Favorite Techdirt Posts Of The Week
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