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A small Massachusetts town has rejected an offer from Comcast, and instead plans to build a municipal fiber broadband network.
South Korea’s National Assembly recently passed an amendment that can result in players caught boosting in online games getting charged with a two-year suspended prison sentence and a fine of up to $18,000.
Labor caved in last Thursday. Despite spending hours telling Parliament why the Assistance and Access Bill was dangerous garbage, and complaining about the rushed process, they dropped all of their proposed amendments and voted in the sitting government’s version anyway. So now it’s law.
Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 preview with sign-in, File Explorer, Start menu, keyboard, Console, Notepad, Narrator, accessibility, setup, Snip & Sketch, and Game bar improvements. This build is from the 19H1 branch, which will arrive in the first half of next year.
Walmart has opened its first online store in Japan with the help of local e-commerce giant Rakuten. Over 1,200 items will be available to Japanese customers on the “Walmart Rakuten Ichiba Store,” including clothing, outdoor items and toys from US brands.
If there have been any Chinese spy chips on Super Micro servers, they haven’t been easy to find.
HOUSTON (AP) — Texas prison system officials are changing system policy to help fit toothless inmates with dentures. The Houston Chronicle reports the change comes after its disclosure that Texas prison inmates without teeth were routinely denied dentures.