Monthly Archives: August 2021

Cloud native: Solo.io launches a new API gateway for Gloo Mesh

Solo.io, a provider of cloud native tools, has released version 1.1 of its enterprise product Gloo Mesh, adding an API gateway to the Istio-based ecosystem. According to an announcement in the company’s blog, Gloo Mesh Gateway also includes a Kubernetes ingress controller to control and manage the services. Previously, API and service mesh components were separate technologies that had to ...

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Experience education and entertainment on the go with HUAWEI MatePad T 10 and HUAWEI MatePad T 10s

Huge improvements have been made to the way we interact and relax with technology and the tablet has become a key player, receiving serious attention from users and manufacturers. Brands are working tirelessly to create unique features for the perfect tablet for families. Whether playing educational games with the kids or for a parent reading a book, it provides daily ...

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This Week’s Best Stories: Apple’s Fall Roadmap, The Latest iOS 15 Beta Changes, And More

In this week’s featured articles: Apple’s roadmap for new hardware announcements this fall, iOS 15 beta 6 brings more changes to Safari, Apple is delaying some iOS 15 features, and more. Read on for all of this week’s best stories and more. Apple’s roadmap Bloomberg reported this week that Apple has pretty much planned its fall events this year. Mark ...

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Portsmouth-based Mercy Chefs travels to help feed those affected by Tropical Storm Henri

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) – As residents of New York’s Long Island and southern New England prepare for the high winds and rain from now tropical storm Henri, a Portsmouth-based organization is preparing to come lend a hand. “We made the decision yesterday to go ahead and start moving the equipment north today. We will spend the night just north of ...

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Check if your iPhone, iPad is infected with Pegasus spyware with this free tool

You will need to connect your iPhone to your computer to scan for Pegasus spyware. Angela Lang / CNET Whenever there is a new report on a iPhone Where iPad exploit being actively distributed and used, it is annoying. In July, it was revealed that the security researchers have found evidence Pegasus spyware used on the phones of journalists, politicians ...

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Adrien Brody on ‘Chapelwaite’: I romanticized cinema films but I was not opposed to making series

Oscar winner Adrien Brody said his decision to headlining the upcoming series ‘Chapelwaite’ came from his desire to explore the long format, especially at a time when the The ‘narrative structure’ of the narrative has undergone a change. Brody, known for appearing in acclaimed projects like ‘The Pianist’, ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ and ‘Midnight in Paris’, will be seen on ...

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SiriusXM launches music channel dedicated to TikTok hits

You can’t escape TikTok’s viral songs. They are everywhere and you will surely hear them over and over again if you hang out on any social media platform. If you really enjoy listening to TikTok earworms, you can now listen to them on SiriusXM as well. The satellite radio service has spear TikTok Radio, a full-fledged music channel dedicated to ...

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Verizon stands ready for approaching Hurricane Henri

Network operations initiatives include preparing for potential commercial power outages and flooding. The Verizon Response Team (VRT) is on standby 24/7 to assist first responders. NEW YORK, Aug. 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – As Hurricane Henri nears the northeast coast, Verizon continues to prepare for the flooding and potential business outages that could accompany the storm – potentially the first ...

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Megaship which blocked Suez crosses the canal again | Business and Economy News

A Taiwanese-operated vessel left the Suez last month after the owners reached a compensation agreement with Egypt. The giant container ship Ever Given, which blocked the Suez Canal for six days in March, has crossed the waterway again for the first time since leaving Egypt after the incident. The ship, en route from the UK to China, entered the canal ...

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Google Groups Kills RSS Support Without Notice • The Register

Google either turned off RSS support in Google Groups without telling anyone, or didn’t notice that RSS in Groups is no longer working. RSS, which stands for either RDF Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication, is an open content syndication protocol. It allows people to subscribe to website feeds and receive syndicated content from them through an application capable of ...

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