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Apple's first foldable iPhone could arrive in 2026 (2 minute read)

Apple's first foldable iPhone could arrive in 2026 (2 minute read)

Apple's first foldable iPhone could arrive in 2026. It is rumored to fold horizontally, similarly to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. The phone is now in development with suppliers. Apple is still reportedly working to flatten the crease that appears when the phone is unfolded. Next year's iPhone is rumored to have a mechanical aperture that will let users achieve a depth-of-field effect.
The biggest-ever global outage: lessons for software engineers (26 minute read)
Jul 24 | Webdev

The biggest-ever global outage: lessons for software engineers (26 minute read)

CrowdStrike caused a global outage by pushing a faulty configuration update to its Falcon product, resulting in the crash of 8.5 million Windows machines. The update aimed to enhance threat detection but contained a logic error that caused the CSAgent.sys process to crash the operating system. The recovery process was slow and manual, requiring physical access to each impacted machine. While CrowdStrike is primarily responsible, Microsoft's inability to restrict third-party software from running at kernel level due to a 2009 agreement with the European Commission also worsened the situation.
Protexxa (Product Launch)
Jul 24 | Infosec

Protexxa (Product Launch)

Protexxa is an AI-powered platform that helps companies understand their cyber health. It finds exposed passwords, provides incident response plans, and recommends improvements.
Open source is the path forward (6 minute read)
Jul 24 | AI

Open source is the path forward (6 minute read)

Mark Zuckerberg outlined why open source is key to Meta's strategy and how Meta plans to support this work.

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