Global security vendor Kaspersky has released an open-source tool known as TinyCheck, to help those who are being stalked online, during the Pause Fest Digital Startup and Innovation Conference which opened on Monday.
ACMI, Australia's national museum of screen culture, has reopened after at $40 million redevelopment.
Linux patching specialist KernelCare is offering a free patching service for home and non-commercial projects based on the Raspberry Pi.
So the battery is not part of the phone?
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Sock it to 'em, Sam!
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