• Trader from Pre-School to PRO
  • The #1 DeFi Yield Farm In Crypto Right Now?!
  • Researchers find backdoor lurking in WordPress plugin used by schools
  • Qualcomm’s Snapdragon “8+ Gen 1” salvage operation moves the chip to TSMC
  • New USB-C dock triples M1 Mac external monitor support, Anker says

Trader from Pre-School to PRO

So You Want To Be a PRO Trader It’s Steps To Being a PRO. PreSchoolhttps://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/preschoolKindergartenhttps://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/kindergartenAll the top people in any industry started in Pre-School.   Pre-School is the foundation the ABC,s and 123’s If you real want to get in the trading game, for continued education I recommend PIP Baby.    PIP Baby should be your first stop  to learn the rules of the game.   It’s way more rules to the  game, but…

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The #1 DeFi Yield Farm In Crypto Right Now?!

The #1 DeFi Yield Farm In Crypto Right Now?! If you’re in defi yield farming, you’re probably wondering whats the best yield farm in this current market environment right? In this video Adam explains why he believes GMX / GLP is one of the best crypto yield farms available currently. #crypto #yieldfarming #cryptocurrencies ✅ Become a Blue Edge Crypto member: www.blueedgefinancial.com/crypto ✅FREE Report: How To Find Viral Alt-Coins: www.blueedgecrypto.com/viral ✅…

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Researchers find backdoor lurking in WordPress plugin used by schools

Enlarge (credit: BeeBright / Getty Images / iStockphoto) Researchers said on Friday that they found a malicious backdoor in a WordPress plugin that gave attackers full control of websites that used the package, which is marketed to schools. The premium version of School Management, a plugin schools use to operate and manage their websites, has contained the backdoor since at least version 8.9, researchers at website security service JetPack said…

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Qualcomm’s Snapdragon “8+ Gen 1” salvage operation moves the chip to TSMC

Enlarge (credit: Qualcomm) Qualcomm’s mid-cycle “plus” chip refresh—the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1—has been announced. As usual, Qualcomm is promising some modest improvements over the existing 8 Gen 1 chip. The company said the chip will provide “10 percent faster CPU performance,” thanks to a 200 MHz peak CPU boost (up to 3.2 GHz now) and a 10 percent faster GPU. The real shocker is a “30 percent improved power efficiency”…

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New USB-C dock triples M1 Mac external monitor support, Anker says

Enlarge (credit: Anker/YouTube) If you have an M1-based Mac, Apple says you’re limited to just one external monitor. But Anker, which makes power banks, chargers, docks, and other accessories, this week released a dock that it says will boost your M1 Mac’s max monitor count to three. The $250 Anker 563 USB-C docking station, spotted by MacRumors, connects to a USB-C port on your computer (which doesn’t have to be a Mac) and…

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Twitter deal leaves Elon Musk with no easy way out

Enlarge (credit: Chris Delmas/Getty Images) Since the financial crisis, corporate lawyers have aspired to build the ultimate ironclad merger contract that keeps buyers with cold feet from backing out. The “bulletproof” modern deal agreement now faces one of its biggest tests, as Elon Musk, the Tesla boss and richest person in the world, openly entertains the possibility of ditching his $44 billion deal for Twitter. Musk said in a tweet…

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Amazon’s 2022 Fire 7 tablet sports USB-C, dirt-cheap $74.99 price

Enlarge / The new Fire 7 tablet. (credit: Amazon) Amazon has updated the 7-inch Fire Tablet—it’s now the “2022, 12th gen” version. The big news this year is that Amazon is finally upgrading to USB-C, which is tough to come by in this bargain-basement pricing tier. About that price: The Fire 7 is $74.99 without lockscreen ads or $59.99 if you want to put up with the ads. For the…

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How we learned to break down barriers to machine learning

Dr. Sephus discusses breaking down barriers to machine learning at Ars Frontiers 2022. Click here for transcript. (video link) Welcome to the week after Ars Frontiers! This article is the first in a short series of pieces that will recap each of the day’s talks for the benefit of those who weren’t able to travel to DC for our first conference. We’ll be running one of these every few days…

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Modular, DIY-friendly Framework Laptop gets updated with 12th-gen Intel CPUs

Enlarge / The Framework Laptop is getting its first major upgrade today. (credit: Framework) We were fans of the Framework Laptop when we reviewed it last year. This was partly because its modular design prioritizes repairability and upgradeability when most other laptops don’t. But we also liked it because you didn’t need to make huge tradeoffs to get that repairability—the Framework Laptop is lightweight and has a high-quality screen, keyboard,…

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2 vulnerabilities with 9.8 severity ratings are under exploit. A 3rd looms

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images) Malicious hackers, some believed to be state-backed, are actively exploiting two unrelated vulnerabilities—both with severity ratings of 9.8 out of a possible 10—in hopes of infecting sensitive enterprise networks with backdoors, botnet software, and other forms of malware. The ongoing attacks target unpatched versions of multiple product lines from VMware and of BIG-IP software from F5, security researchers said. Both vulnerabilities give attackers the ability to…

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