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posted on Tue Nov 15 16:11:08 UTC 2022 by mwarkentin | view on HN
The article is about a new product called PlanetScale Boost that makes queries up to 1,000x faster with no additional logic or infrastructure required.
posted on Tue Nov 15 12:43:57 UTC 2022 by roberdam | view on HN
The article describes a "proof of concept" in which the author creates a digital assistant that records audio 24x7 and extracts information from it.
posted on Tue Nov 15 13:06:50 UTC 2022 by tosh | view on HN
Apple's iPhone 14 lineup can now connect with emergency services when cellular and Wi-Fi coverage are not available.
posted on Tue Nov 15 13:29:02 UTC 2022 by goranmoomin | view on HN
The term "boilerplate code" comes from the interplay of two technologies from the industrial revolution: steam engines and hot metal typesetting.
posted on Tue Nov 15 15:12:01 UTC 2022 by shantanu_sharma | view on HN
The article discusses how scientists have found that the gut's microbiome helps to mold a brain system that's important for social skills later in life, and that this influence has been found in fish but could also occur in mammals, including humans.
posted on Tue Nov 15 13:29:42 UTC 2022 by erichlee | view on HN
posted on Tue Nov 15 16:01:13 UTC 2022 by davidbuniat | view on HN
posted on Tue Nov 15 07:52:44 UTC 2022 by s-macke | view on HN
This article is about the history of Microsoft Flight Simulator, which has been published for more than ten years. It includes information on the first four flight simulator games, which were originally developed by Sublogic and Bruce Artwick.
posted on Mon Nov 14 08:01:31 UTC 2022 by marban | view on HN
This article discusses how the idea of a "promoter" has changed over time, specifically mentioning how Tesla CEO Elon Musk has become the archetype.
posted on Tue Nov 15 14:00:40 UTC 2022 by akolbe | view on HN
posted on Tue Nov 15 15:39:20 UTC 2022 by mikece | view on HN
The article is about a study that found that most people who invest in bitcoin end up losing money.
posted on Tue Nov 15 06:25:24 UTC 2022 by itronitron | view on HN
The article discusses the CFTC's failure to properly regulate or supervise FTX, which was registered and licensed by the CFTC and which had hired innumerable former CFTC officials.
posted on Mon Nov 14 11:39:22 UTC 2022 by iam-TJ | view on HN
The BBC's reach gradually increased over the years, expanding to other parts of the UK.
posted on Tue Nov 15 13:09:35 UTC 2022 by Sujeto | view on HN
The article discusses the features of the Grasshopper extension for tab management in Firefox.
posted on Tue Nov 15 15:17:51 UTC 2022 by EduardoBautista | view on HN
posted on Tue Nov 15 12:00:19 UTC 2022 by michaeldwan | view on HN
The article is about a job opening for an Infrastructure Ops engineer.
posted on Tue Nov 15 16:28:34 UTC 2022 by NickRandom | view on HN
The article discusses how Disney is asking for users' date of birth and gender in order to serve targeted ads, and how this move is part of a trend of major streaming platforms turning to advertising to please investors.
posted on Tue Nov 15 03:33:48 UTC 2022 by gmays | view on HN
posted on Sun Nov 13 12:16:34 UTC 2022 by sdogruyol | view on HN
The article discusses the web framework called "Spark" which is written in Java.
posted on Sun Nov 13 15:28:18 UTC 2022 by zdw | view on HN
In 1858, Queen Victoria sent the first transatlantic telegram to U.S. President James Buchanan using a cable system that took four years to build.
posted on Tue Nov 15 15:40:32 UTC 2022 by mikece | view on HN
Berkshire Hathaway has revealed that it has bought a $4.1B stake in Apple chipmaker TSMC.
posted on Tue Nov 15 07:30:37 UTC 2022 by faizshah | view on HN
This project implements CRDTs and CRRs in SQLite, allowing databases that share a common schema to merge their state together.
posted on Tue Nov 15 02:27:28 UTC 2022 by BirAdam | view on HN
Jean-Louis Gassée was born in Paris France in 1944. He worked for Hewlett Packard in Europe from '68 to '74, and was in charge of a project to develop the first scientific desktop computer from HP. From '74 to '81, he served as the CEO of Data General in France. In 1981, he became the Director of European Operations for Apple Computer, and a few years later, he was promoted to be the President of Product Development. He left
posted on Tue Nov 15 13:27:22 UTC 2022 by taubek | view on HN
The Rimac Nevera has set a top speed of 412kph (258mph), making it the fastest electric production car in the world.
posted on Tue Nov 15 15:12:10 UTC 2022 by boringg | view on HN
The article discusses a recent cyberattack on Hydro-Quebec, and how the company's security team was able to quickly detect and intervene, ultimately leading to the involvement of the RCMP.
posted on Sat Nov 12 20:28:45 UTC 2022 by zdw | view on HN
posted on Tue Nov 15 12:53:55 UTC 2022 by simonhfrost | view on HN
posted on Tue Nov 15 05:09:33 UTC 2022 by signa11 | view on HN
posted on Sun Nov 13 15:20:08 UTC 2022 by geox | view on HN
The article discusses a new device that can convert the signal from 55 input signals to be compatible with the 55 modes, guided by the multi-mode fiber, in order to increase the data rate.
posted on Tue Nov 15 14:50:39 UTC 2022 by bubblehack3r | view on HN
Two new studies show that automatic emergency braking can cut the number of rear-end automobile crashes in half, and reduce pickup truck crashes by more than 40%.