- Viking Software has recently compared XML and JSON as web communication tech - the results are pretty obvious. But it has been measured! So now we know officially :-)
- And another nice post from Viking Software, with the implementation of a simple but robust signal blocker
- A VERY strong case against using AdMob in Android apps!
- RedXOR malware is on the wild in Linux systems
- 7Zip now has an official port to Linux
- A very cool story about a guy reverse-engineering GTA Online leading to a bug fix which cut loading times by 70%
- A radioactive diamond battery, which can run for 28 thousand years
- How to write Linux kernel drivers in Rust
- A brief summary of pros and cons of Flutter
- Pre-built, web-enabled KVM built with Raspberry Pi. Could this solve our remote machines problems with performance?
Science & others news
- We now have a video of a space-time crystal doing its time-crystally thing!
- How Dobble works
- 60 years ago, engineering students were given an interesting project: design stuff for aliens
- It's possible to generate strong Hall effect without any magnets, apparently
- An article about YV Canis Majoris, one of the biggest stars we know of - and on it's similarities to Betelgeuse
- Close your door. Modern homes are very, very flammable. When a fire starts, you may have just seconds to get out. So, this page argues it's a good idea to close doors in the house at night, to slow down the fire
- A repetitive, long and hugecloud on Mars has finally been explained
- Raw images from Percy rover on Mars
- This is nothing new, but always good to refresh our minds about: role playing games are good for mental health
- We now have a documented case of gene transfer from plant to insect
- There's a company hand-crafting books with a 1000-year warranty!
- A pregnant Egyptian mummy has been found
- Some viruses / bacteriophages use different genome than all remaining life forms
- Scientists have documented a large hiring discrimination in female-dominated jobs in Sweden (although very similar effects are expected elsewhere, too)