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Trading Platform Robinhood, Layer-2 Arbitrum Team Up To Offer Swaps To Users (2 minute read)

Trading Platform Robinhood, Layer-2 Arbitrum Team Up To Offer Swaps To Users (2 minute read)

Robinhood has revealed plans to enable swaps on Arbitrum, a layer-2 blockchain on Ethereum, for its wallet users in the upcoming months. The collaboration aims to support access to cross-chain swaps and make it easier for non-crypto native users to onboard to on-chain activities from the Robinhood Wallet. The announcement resulted in an over 11% surge in ARB's token price.
Popular video doorbells can be easily hijacked, researchers find (3 minute read)
Mar 01 | Infosec

Popular video doorbells can be easily hijacked, researchers find (3 minute read)

Security flaws have been discovered in several internet-connected doorbell cameras, including ones made by EKEN. The most serious issue allows hackers to take full control of a camera by holding down a button and scanning a QR code. Retailers have been alerted, but only some have removed the vulnerable cameras from sale.
Yes, YouTube has a new UI. Yes, it's terrible (2 minute read)
Mar 01 | Design

Yes, YouTube has a new UI. Yes, it's terrible (2 minute read)

YouTube's recent desktop UI update has received significant backlash from users. The new layout features a grid of thumbnails underneath videos, leading to complaints about sensory overload. It is hard to find positive feedback about the change, and it's unclear if the design will revert.
GitHub Copilot Enterprise is now generally available (3 minute read)
Mar 01 | DevOps

GitHub Copilot Enterprise is now generally available (3 minute read)

GitHub Copilot Enterprise, now generally available, addresses the need for tailored code assistance within organizations, enhancing productivity and reducing mundane tasks for developers. It features streamlined code comprehension, instant access to organizational knowledge, and faster pull request reviews.
Where I’m at on the whole CSS-Tricks thing (6 minute read)
Mar 01 | Webdev

Where I’m at on the whole CSS-Tricks thing (6 minute read)

The founder of the CSS-Tricks website sold the website in March 2022 to DigitalOcean, who promptly fired the content team and stopped publishing new content. He tried to regain control of CSS-Tricks and proposed running the site himself, but DigitalOcean ultimately declined the proposal due to a lack of internal support. Today, CSS-Tricks remains in a somewhat abandoned state.

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