The Right to Repair movement has reached the mainstream, and is making political progress in half the States in the United State and President Joe Biden including it in a massive Executive Order. This is all great news and is a sign of a shift in culture, a positive shift. There are many positives to … Continue reading Right to repair is more than repair
Ever since Bitcoin, a Cryptocurrency, was invented by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009 we have seen massive, near cult-like, support online for the technology, and in the last few years a flood of speculative capital for Bitcoin and the thousands of other Cryptocurrencies. After looking at the claims (given by the community or Coin founders) I … Continue reading Cryptocurrencies are simply dumb, when will the modern Tulip mania end?
On May 12, 2020, Xaviant (a game development company), released a video announcing that a video game its players loved is coming back. Usually, this kind of video will get lots of love and upvotes on YouTube but instead, it is one of the most downvoted videos on YouTube.
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Apple just announced its latest version of its mobile operating system, iOS 14, you can review the changes here. There are a lot of interesting updates and features announced, my favorites are widgets and cycle navigation on Apple Maps. However, there is one aspect of the update that got the attention of many Android users: supported … Continue reading Google can help Android, only if it shares