Day: July 2, 2019

Avengers: Endgame rerelease postcredits scenes, explained – CNET

The Marvel Cinematic Universe epic just got new footage, but is it worth another trip to the theater? …read more Source:: CNet

Regal Cinemas reportedly launching unlimited movie subscription service – CNET

Subscribers will also get discounts on concessions, according to Deadline. …read more Source:: CNet

Apex Legends season 2 is live: Here’s everything we know – CNET

The battle royale game has a new Legend, new weapon and some giant honking beasts roaming in Kings Canyon in its second season. …read more Source:: CNet

Mageia 7 Linux Distro Released

If you’re looking to try out a Linux distro that is not based on Ubuntu, Mageia 7 might be worth your consideration. It arrives two years after the release of Mageia 6 — so unsurprisingly, the changelog is fairly long. The Mageia developers share the significant packages that have been updated below. Significant package updates…

NPM Inc settles union-busting complaints on third try – after CEO trolled for ordering internal mole hunt

Stuffed mole toys arrive at JavaScript biz after chief exec demands to know who was talking to El Reg JavaScript package registry NPM Inc and three fired employees locked in a labor rights battle reached a settlement on Friday, The Register has learned. The deal was finally brokered during fresh negotiations after a second round…

Oracle On Why It Thinks AWS Winning Pentagon’s $10 Billion Jedi Cloud Contract Stinks

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Register: Ahead of its first day in a U.S. federal claims court in Washington DC, Oracle has outlined its position against the Pentagon’s award of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) cloud contract to Amazon Web Services. Big Red’s lengthy filing questions the basis of Uncle Sam’s…

Cybersecurity Experts Worry About Satellite & Space Systems

As nation-states and rogue actors increasingly probe critical infrastructure, policy and technology experts worry that satellite and space systems are on the front lines. …read more Source:: DarkReading

IBM Patches Critical, High-Severity Flaws in Spectrum Protect

IBM has disclosed multiple critical and high-severity flaws across an array of products, the most severe of which exist in its IBM Spectrum Protect tool. …read more Source:: Threatpost

About one in three Americans think they have 5G – CNET

A recent survey finds that millions of people are potentially confused about their phones and the cell service they have. …read more Source:: CNet

‘Human Side-Channels’: Behavioral Traces We Leave Behind

How writing patterns, online activities, and other unintentional identifiers can be used in cyber offense and defense. …read more Source:: DarkReading