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Boris Johnson Strikes Deal With Bill Gates To Boost Green Technology

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Guardian: The UK government has announced plans to launch a $551 million (400 million pounds) package of investment alongside the US billionaire Bill Gates to boost the development of new green technologies. Boris Johnson said the deal would help power a “green industrial revolution” and develop emerging technologies that were currently too ... Read More »

Netflix Drops Action-Packed Teaser For ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Series

Netflix just released an action-packed teaser for its live-action adaptation of the 1998 Japanese anime series “Cowboy Bebop.” From a report: A 10-episode series — which chronicles a group of cosmos-hopping bounty-hunters and is based on the cartoon of the same name — will premiere on Netflix next month […]. The 2 1/2-minute trailer, titled “The Lost Session,” featured characters ... Read More »

Microsoft Officially Deprecates UWP

Microsoft continues to baby-step around the obvious, but it has officially deprecated the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) as it pushes the desktop-focused Windows App SDK (formerly called Project Reunion) and WinUI 3 as the future of Windows application development. Paul Thurrott reports: For those unclear on the matter, the Windows App SDK basically takes key UWP technologies and new technologies ... Read More »

About 26% of All Malicious JavaScript Threats Are Obfuscated

Akamai researchers have analyzed 10,000 JavaScript samples including malware droppers, phishing pages, scamming tools, Magecart snippets, cryptominers, etc. At least 26% of them use some form of obfuscation to evade detection, indicating an uptick in the adoption of this basic yet effective technique. BleepingComputer reports: Obfuscation is when easy-to-understand source code is converted into a hard to understand and confusing ... Read More »

The New MacBook Pro Seems To Have an HDMI 2.0 Port, Not 2.1

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: The newly announced 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models have HDMI ports, but they have a limitation that could be frustrating for many users over the long term, according to Apple’s specs page for both machines and as noted by Paul Haddad on Twitter. The page says the HDMI port has ... Read More »