• 2 interesting ebook packages: Learn you some Code and Game Development by Pack
  • 8BitDo introduced a new gamepad: 8BitDo Pro 2
  • Elastic 7.11: New versions of Ruby clients for Elastic Enterprise Search and Elasticsearch
  • Nintendo Switch – Nintendo’s new video game console
  • Containers in Firefox – A Privacy Tool in this Brave New World of 2021

2 interesting ebook packages: Learn you some Code and Game Development by Pack

 The folks at Humble Bundle have 2 pretty cool ebook packs. The ebooks are available in PDF, ePUB and MOBI, so they can be read on almost any device. As is customary in Humble Bundle packages, in addition to choosing the price, we can choose where we spend the money we pay, including a charity. The first bundle is about the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the non-profit foundation that defends our…

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Elastic 7.11: New versions of Ruby clients for Elastic Enterprise Search and Elasticsearch

Yesterday, Wednesday, February 10, version 7.11 of the Elastic stack was published. The stack is published together, so we have version 7.11 of Elasticsearch, Kibana, Logstash, Elastic Enterprise Search, and other products of the Elastic family. In the client team we develop the official clients for Elasticsearch and Enterprise Search, and we generally release the versions compatible with the new version on the same day or within the first 24…

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Nintendo Switch – Nintendo’s new video game console

 In March 2015, Nintendo confirmed that it is working on its next video game console, codename: NX. Today, Thursday, October 20, the long wait ends and we finally meet Nintendo Switch: Nintendo’s new video game console, Nintendo Switch, is the fusion between a console connected to the television and a mobile device. In the living room of your house, there is the Nintendo Switch Dock that connects the system to…

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Containers in Firefox – A Privacy Tool in this Brave New World of 2021

 In the dystopian societies we are living in, our lives are practically a cross between George Orwell’s novel 1984 and Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. Corporations and governments use all available technology to spy on citizens, they own the information media and power. At the same time, people are more and more conditioned with our daily Soma. Aside from the relief of knowing that one day we’re all going…

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Are you aware of privacy? Data privacy day, and every day?

 Mozilla is a nonprofit organization that helps keep the internet healthy, open, and accessible to everyone. Here is a translated article from his blog: In a world where applications, products and devices work with your personal data, raising awareness and enabling people to protect the privacy of their data is more important than ever. Data Privacy Day is just around the corner (January 28) and we are happy to support…

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How to take Screenshots in Firefox Nightly without using extensions?

 I’ve been using Firefox Nightly as my default web browser for a long time. It is a version with daily updates that allows us to test state-of-the-art technology. In addition to containers, and in general being more agile and lighter than stable Firefox, I recently started using a new feature: Taking screenshots. Until not so long ago, I used either an extension, or GIMP for captures of particular things. But…

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Purism – the company that respects your freedom and privacy presents a new tablet / laptop

Purism is a company whose most important values ​​are user freedom and privacy. So far the company had two models on the market, but they just introduced their new Librem 11. The Librem 11 is a detachable 11.6-inch 2-in-1 laptop / tablet. They also presented a 10-inch model, although they mainly focus on the 11-inch.  Purism Librem 11 The tablet / laptop can be obtained through a crowdfunding campaign on…

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Essential extensions for GNOME 3

 While GNOME 3 is a fairly friendly desktop environment, there are some old habits that don’t die. When migrating to this version, there were several changes in interactions or behaviors that it gave as de facto standards. Some I got used to, others not. Luckily, in free software everything is customizable. The first tool I installed when I started using GNOME was the GNOME Tweak Tool. This application lets us…

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