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Past articles by Mayank:

Build your own search engine with YaCy

If Google gives you the creeps, you can deploy your very own distributed search engine without much effort. → Read More

Create your own private cloud server

Stop using third-party file sharing and streaming services, and instead deploy open source alternatives with a single click. → Read More

This new Raspberry Pi-powered cluster computer is cheaper than a basic desktop

The Turing Pi 2 can pack in four Raspberry Pi CM4s with up to 32GB of RAM. → Read More

Pretty much all Wi-Fi routers are vulnerable to attack, study finds

Researchers have found hundreds of vulnerabilities in nine popular Wi-Fi routers used by millions all over the world. → Read More

Russia has banned a whole load more VPN services

Another six VPN services have been outlawed, bringing the total number of VPN services banned in Russia to 15. → Read More

Everyone's been talking about AWS, and Google Cloud is jealous

Google announces its roadmap for developing new cloud regions going into the new year. → Read More

A single VPN drop-out exposed breach scandal that cost Ubiquiti $4bn

A flaky internet connection has helped investigators link a former Ubiquiti employee to the data breach earlier this year. → Read More

Ubuntu is the brains behind Xiaomi's Half Life-esque CyberDog

Xiaomi’s four-legged robot runs Ubuntu 18.04 and will receive updates throughout its lifetime. → Read More

Mozilla patches critical security flaw that impacts several popular software offerings

Flaw affects multiple open source email clients and PDF viewers. → Read More

New Western Digital 30TB HDDs could be on the horizon

WD believes it can bank on its proprietary OptiNAND technology to create bigger capacity conventional HDD by adding more platters. → Read More

China set to embrace open source in new software push

China says it needs to overhaul its attitude towards software, and create two or three open source communities of international influence in the next five years. → Read More

Seagate launches 20TB IronWolf and Exos hard drives

Seagate delivers two highly-anticipated 20TB HDDs. → Read More

Black Friday saw a huge jump in malware attacks

Scammers were relentless in facilitating malicious campaigns, despite shoppers spending less in 2021. → Read More

These ancient HP printer security flaws are still exposing 150 models to attack

Vulnerabilities have managed to evade detection for over half a decade, and could also impact other devices, experts warn. → Read More

A RISC-V Raspberry Pi rival is about to hit the market

Vision V1 hopes to become the first RISC-V-based Linux-running SBC. → Read More

Enhance your router with OpenWRT

Replace the stock firmware on your router with OpenWRT to access a whole lot of new and interesting features and functionality. → Read More

China set to further restrict cross-border data flow

New five-year plan strenghtens China’s bid to exercise control over storage and movement of data across the country. → Read More

Intel is secretly stockpiling masses of its old technology for security research

Intel hasn’t denied the existence of the facility, though it wouldn’t disclose its exact location. → Read More

Cambridge Quantum merges with Honeywell to form quantum computing supergiant

Quantinuum will help accelerate the quantum computing ecosystem as a whole, affirms new CEO. → Read More

Hundreds of thousands of Android users infected by banking malware hosted on Play Store

Threat actors are adapting their attack vectors to bypass automated filtering mechanisms devised by Google. → Read More