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Apk.sh is a Bash script that makes reverse engineering Android apps easier
posted on Sat Dec 17 15:38:19 UTC 2022 by petodo | view on HN
The article discusses a Bash script that automates some of the repetitive tasks associated with reverse engineering Android apps, as well as a Frida gadget that can be used to instrument programs.
Valve Is Paying Open-Source Developers to Work on Proton, Mesa, and More
posted on Sat Dec 17 15:43:47 UTC 2022 by raybb | view on HN
Binance outflows hit $6B as Mazars halts ‘proof of reserves’ work
posted on Sat Dec 17 16:03:50 UTC 2022 by marban | view on HN
The article is about the different features of the FT's Standard Digital and Premium Digital packages, and what happens at the end of a free trial period.
Show HN: Textual Markdown – a Markdown “browser” in the terminal
posted on Sat Dec 17 15:50:20 UTC 2022 by willm | view on HN
This project is an experimental "Markdown browser" for the terminal, built with Textual.
posted on Sat Dec 17 15:05:28 UTC 2022 by todsacerdoti | view on HN
The article discusses the differences between Common Lisp and Scheme with respect to empty lists, booleans, and symbols.
The strange case of BeOS, SRS and the silent Power Mac 6500
posted on Sat Dec 17 04:41:40 UTC 2022 by zdw | view on HN
The article is about the author's experience with setting up a PowerPC BeOS system on a Power Macintosh 6500/275 tower Mac.
Show HN: Write an email to Santa Claus (ok, ok GTP-3)
posted on Sat Dec 17 16:03:55 UTC 2022 by meehow | view on HN
This article provides tips on how to write an email to Santa Claus, including how to greet Santa, make a request, show appreciation, and sign off.
posted on Sat Dec 17 05:05:11 UTC 2022 by lioeters | view on HN
The article is about a person's journey to get a RISC-V computer up and running, and the various challenges they encountered.
Linux, Amazon, Meta, and Microsoft Want to Break the Google Maps Monopoly
posted on Sat Dec 17 14:38:55 UTC 2022 by mariuz | view on HN
Overture is a new collaborative effort to develop interoperable open map data as a shared asset that can strengthen mapping services worldwide.
Water-based circuit concept switches much faster than semiconductors
posted on Fri Dec 16 10:56:04 UTC 2022 by wjSgoWPm5bWAhXB | view on HN
Researchers at Ruhr University Bochum have developed a new type of circuit that can switch much faster than existing semiconductor materials by using water.
Google introduces end-to-end encryption for Gmail on the web
posted on Sat Dec 17 15:09:27 UTC 2022 by amadeuspagel | view on HN
Google is adding end-to-end encryption to Gmail on the web for enrolled Google Workspace users.
Humans hold the key to collaboration no matter how good the software tools
posted on Fri Dec 16 14:36:00 UTC 2022 by simonpure | view on HN
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As unions decline, inequality rises
posted on Sat Dec 17 14:39:27 UTC 2022 by vivekmgeorge | view on HN
The article is about the State of Working America Data Library, which is a collection of data on the living standards of American workers.
Memory Pool System is a flexible and adaptable memory manager
posted on Sat Dec 17 14:59:50 UTC 2022 by eatonphil | view on HN
The Memory Pool System (MPS) is a flexible and adaptable memory manager with many advantages, including an incremental garbage collector with very low pause times, and an extremely robust implementation. It's both open source and commercially licensed.
Carp – a statically typed, non-GC Lisp language
posted on Sat Dec 17 09:53:29 UTC 2022 by sph | view on HN
Carp is a programming language with automatic and deterministic memory management that is designed to work well for interactive and performance sensitive use cases like games, sound synthesis and visualizations.
GTK File Chooser Dialog gets a thumbnail view after 18 years
posted on Sat Dec 17 11:41:28 UTC 2022 by handity | view on HN
This article discusses various updates to the GNOME project, including updates to the GTK file chooser widget, libadwaita, the Settings panel, Workbench, and Gaphor.
Trains, Trucks, and Supply Chains
posted on Fri Dec 16 14:13:23 UTC 2022 by JumpCrisscross | view on HN
The Senate passed a bill to force unions to accept a tentative agreement reached earlier this year between railroad managers and their workers and make an imminent strike illegal.
Examining the Top Five Fallacies About RISC-V
posted on Fri Dec 16 11:28:35 UTC 2022 by JoachimS | view on HN
The article argues that the RISC-V instruction set architecture is becoming increasingly important, and that it may become the dominant ISA within the next decade.
posted on Sat Dec 17 16:17:43 UTC 2022 by colinprince | view on HN
The article discusses various frustration points in the game design, and offers suggestions on how to improve the player experience.
posted on Sat Dec 17 06:27:23 UTC 2022 by hobble | view on HN
The article is a list of songs and their meanings, which were generated by AI.
posted on Fri Dec 16 10:05:38 UTC 2022 by kiyanwang | view on HN
This article discusses how businesses are run by people and numbers, and how it is a mistake to ignore either one.
The Continuity of Splines [video]
posted on Fri Dec 16 13:33:01 UTC 2022 by mcorcuera | view on HN
posted on Sat Dec 17 14:22:10 UTC 2022 by zdw | view on HN
Drupal 10.0.0 is available today, thanks to 2129 contributors from 616 organizations resolving 4083 issues in the past two and a half years.
Post, the latest Twitter alternative, is betting big on micropayments for news
posted on Sat Dec 17 14:49:02 UTC 2022 by mooreds | view on HN
The article discusses Post.news, a social platform for news founded by former Waze CEO Noam Bardin. The platform has two investors, Andreessen Horowitz and Scott Galloway, and aims to allow users to pay micropayments for individual articles from multiple publishers.
Tom Lehrer has released all of his songs into the public domain
posted on Sat Dec 17 05:13:42 UTC 2022 by ruph123 | view on HN
WebAssembly and Its Platform Targets
posted on Sat Dec 17 10:17:03 UTC 2022 by ingve | view on HN
The article explains the difference between the two platform targets that WebAssembly supports.
As winter approaches, here's a story about why hardware is hard
posted on Sat Dec 17 14:28:10 UTC 2022 by mooreds | view on HN
Open source USB C camera with C mount lens, MIPI Sensor, Lattice FPGA, USB 3.0
posted on Sat Dec 17 00:44:00 UTC 2022 by picture | view on HN
This article is about a camera sensor that is a bare bone camera sensor, meaning that there is not much image processing going on on the camera die itself. The camera sensor is a sensor array with a Bayer filter on it, a 10 bit ADC, a clock system, a MIPI output driver, and an I2C controllable system control. This camera does not output YUV, but RGB, and does not have any automatic control over exposure or white balance.
French accounting firm Mazars is pausing all its work with crypto firms
posted on Sat Dec 17 11:15:53 UTC 2022 by firstSpeaker | view on HN
The French accounting firm Mazars is pausing all its work with crypto firms, including Crypto.com, KuCoin, and Binance, due to concerns about the way Proof of Reserve Reports are understood by the public.
So, what can you do with a process ID?
posted on Fri Dec 16 16:31:15 UTC 2022 by gcmeplz | view on HN
If you have a process ID, you can use it to gather information about what the process is doing.