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How Linux Is Built — How Does It Affect Your Daily Lives?

The Linux collaborative project was started by Linus Torvalds long back in 1991. While he didn’t intend to develop it as an open source project, with time, the project gained popularity and eventually became one of the world’s largest collaborative projects. Today, Linux is used everywhere around us. Linux acts …

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How To Check DNS Records Using Basic Nslookup Command Examples

Nslookup is a very famous command incorporated in the Windows operating systems to know about the information related to the domain names and the Internet Protocol (IP) addresses associated with those domain names. In simple terms, Nslookup queries a local or the remote DNS servers to dig out information about …

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Will virtual reality kill the YouTube comment?

When Google revealed that it was rebuilding YouTube for its new Daydream virtual reality initiative, I began wondering what would happen to one of the platform’s notorious weak spots: the comments, often vitriolic or racist or generally incoherent, that cluster under videos. The answer, apparently, is that Google doesn’t know. “A …

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Star Trek Beyond's new trailer rips the Enterprise apart

When director Justin Lin jumped from the Fast & Furious franchise to Star Trek Beyond, it promised an even bigger emphasis on adrenalized action, and the movie’s latest trailer seems to support just that. The clip, which was debuted during a fan event this evening hosted by Adam Savage, shows Chris …

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Mathpix will solve handwritten math equations for you

Today is the first time in a decade that I actually wished I was back in school. Mathpix is an iOS app that can recognize and answer handwritten math equations in seconds. Open the app, point the camera toward your math problem (you’ll need legible handwriting, or it won’t work …

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