If you’re a gamer, you probably heard recently about how Bungie laid off 8% of their staff and their revenue projects were wrong by about 45% for the year. This isn’t the first tech company laying off hundreds or thousands of employees at once, but how come? Well, greed. When… Read More... "Bungie: An example of how GREED breaks companies"
Creating a basic GUI application in Rust using the Druid crate is a great way to get started with basic desktop application development. In this tutorial, we’ll walk through the process of creating a simple window with a label and two buttons. When you click one button, it will change… Read More... "Creating a GUI application with Rust"
Scientists have made an exciting discovery: they found a missing part of Earth that “vanished” about 155 million years ago when a piece of Western Australia broke away from the continent. This chunk of land, named Argoland, was believed to have disappeared entirely, but new evidence reveals it fractured into… Read More... "“Missing chunk of Earth” Found again"
Yesterday, October 16nth, intel released their new 14th gen of consumer CPUs. That line-up had been rumoured to have “Up to 6GHz boost clocks”, “More efficiency”, “New E-Cores” and even “15-21% higher IPC”, has any of that come true? Well, no. Not most of them at least. Many leaks had… Read More... "Intel is Desperate"
Ever since OpenAI released chatGPT 3.0 to the public, the internet was taken by storm, leading to a surge in A.I. adoption. Many companies joined the race to develop their own models to compete in this emerging field but two stand out: OpenAI, obviously, and Google. But how do these… Read More... "Youtube is Proof Google can’t make A.I."
In the ever-evolving landscape of cyber threats, security teams face a new challenge with the emergence of the HTTP/2 Rapid Reset vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2023-44487. This vulnerability is currently being exploited by malicious actors, leading to the largest Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks in history. In this article, we… Read More... "Largest DDoS attack in History uses HTTP/2 Rapid Reset"
The world has once again turned its attention to the longstanding and volatile Israel-Palestine conflict as Hamas, a Palestinian militant group, initiated a surprise attack against Israel. The situation quickly escalated into a full-blown conflict, prompting Israel to declare war and take retaliatory measures. The cycle of violence in this… Read More... "Israel is at war with Hamas"
In an era where digital privacy is increasingly under threat, a new technology called Encrypted Client Hello (ECH) has just been announced recently as a beacon of hope for safeguarding your online activities. Developed as a successor to ESNI (Encrypted Server Name Indication), ECH promises to secure our online interactions… Read More... "Encrypted Client Hello – ECH"
Rio de Janeiro, known as “Cidade maravilhosa”(Marvelous City in english) has for a long time been the face of Brazil. Ever since the time it was the capital, people have associated Brazil with that city(which, in my opinion, is unfortunate considering how its one of the worst cities in the… Read More... "Rio’s Beach is clean again!"
Yesterday, 25th of September, an e-mail from valve to the Verge was posted on the internet, talking about the new 2.0 beta version of steam that just got released. With this e-mail, a bunch of new information dropped, which includes UI changes, overlay windows, improved compatibility with Linux, Virtual keyboard… Read More... "SteamVR 2.0 and New Valve Headset"