Sarah Palin takes on the New York Times in newsroom showdown

The trial centers on a 2017 editorial that falsely linked Palin’s ads to a mass shooting. By Neal Freyman | Morning Brew A blockbuster First Amendment trial that pits former Alaska governor and VP nominee Sarah Palin against the US’ most iconic news source, the New York Times, will begin today. The backstory In 2017, following a […]


Dus: moenie saam met hulle aan hierdie dinge deelneem nie. Efesiërs 5:7 NLV Om iemand te laat gaan beteken nie dat jy nie meer vir hulle lief is nie; dit beteken net dat die verhouding nie reg is vir jou nie. Hoe moet jy dit hanteer? 1) ‘n Geleidelike skeiding is soms die beste oplossing. […]

Wine 7.0 is a Massive Upgrade

Wine 7.0 is a fitting release to start 2022 with improved support for Windows applications, games, among other major additions! by Ankush Das Wine is the ultimate tool for Linux users relying on Windows-specific applications and games. With every release, we find better support for games and applications. And, anything that uses Wine as its […]

OpenBoard: An Open Source Interactive Whiteboard for Educators

By Ankush Das Brief: OpenBoard is an interactive open-source whiteboard tailored for schools and universities. Let’s take a look at what it offers! There are several open-source tools available for education. But, not all of them are impressively well-maintained at the level of commercial software put forward for schools and universities. OpenBoard is one such exceptional […]

Microsoft Is Redesigning Windows 11’s Task Manager And IT. IS. UGLY.

by ANDREW HEINZMAN | Review Geek After redesigning Notepad and Paint, Microsoft is going after another incredibly outdated-looking Windows application—the Task Manager. But the early results are a bit disappointing. Windows 11’s redesigned Task Manager has some great new features, but it looks just plain ugly. Discovered by @gus33000 and @FireCubeStudios, the experimental new Task Manager has some odd […]

Hackers Find a Weird New Way to Hijack DJI Drones

by ANDREW HEINZMAN | Review Geek A team of hackers at Michigan State University discovered a strange new way to hijack DJI-branded drones. According to assistant professor of computer science and engineering Qiben Yan, this exploit requires just one simple tool—a very bright light. Although DJI drones are manually controlled by an operator, they use a AI […]