netpipe December 4, 2019

Engadget – Strawberry-flavored HIV medicine could save thousands of children

Engadget – Apple now owns Intel’s mobile modem business

Environmental Leader – Six Flags Discovery Kingdom Becomes First Theme Park on West Coast to be Powered by Renewable Energy

Next Big Future – World Emissions Are Trending 38 Billion Tons CO2e Too High 2030 for 1.5 Degree Target

EurekAlert! – Breaking News – Permanent hair dye and straighteners may increase breast cancer risk

Slashdot – Kali Linux Adds ‘Undercover’ Mode to Impersonate Windows 10

Slashdot – Putin Signs Law Making Russian Apps Mandatory On Smartphones, Computers

ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – When laser beams meet plasma: New data addresses gap in fusion research

ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – An alloy that retains its memory at high temperatures

ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – Siting cell towers needs careful planning – latest science and technology news stories – Bio-inspired hydrogel can rapidly switch to rigid plastic – latest science and technology news stories – (Almost) nothing can stop bacterium decimating Florida’s oranges – latest science and technology news stories – Warming toll: 1 degree hotter, trillions of tons of ice gone – latest science and technology news stories – UN chief warns of ‘point of no return’ on climate change

Hack a Day – A Mini Vending Machine To Ramp Up Your Sales

National Vulnerability Database – CVE-2011-4968 (debian_linux, nginx)

Hacker News – Two malicious Python libraries caught stealing SSH and GPG keys

Nano Patents and Innovations – Team Creates Novel Material that Potentially Offers an Efficient, Eco-Friendly Advance in Cooling Technology

Hacker News – The world needs more search engines

Hacker News – LibrePCB 0.1.3 released, now with DRC

Hacker News – Canadian provinces band together to develop nuclear reactor technology

Hacker News – A comment on Hacker News led to 4½ new Unicode characters (2016)

Hacker News – Weasel: A Stealthy DNS Beacon

Ars Technica – T-Mobile touts “nationwide 5G” that fails to cover 130 million Americans

Ars Technica – Librem 5 backers have begun receiving their Linux phones

Ars Technica – Huawei is now shipping smartphones with zero US components

ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – The coldest reaction

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