Face the heat Sonos CEO responds to backlash, will continue to update legacy products Sonos recently announced that a bunch of its older products will no longer receive updates come May 2020. That ruffled a lot of feathers, and now Sonos’ CEO has issued another statement to set things straight. … [Read more...] about Google is de-cluttering Featured Snippets in search results
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Face the heat Sonos CEO responds to backlash, will continue to update legacy products Sonos recently announced that a bunch of its older products will no longer receive updates come May 2020. That ruffled a lot of feathers, and now Sonos’ CEO has issued another statement to set things straight. … [Read more...] about Google’s colorful Search redesign for the desktop highlights ads, site favicons
Two days ago, Ars ran a syndicated story by software developer Naoki Hiroshima on how his potentially valuable Twitter handle was stolen (the story originally appeared on Medium). Hiroshima described a painful ordeal wherein an attacker extracted credit card information from his PayPal account, used that information to reset the login credentials for Hiroshima's GoDaddy account, and then modified the domain's MX records (the set of DNS entries that tell everyone else on the Internet where to send that domain's e-mail) away from Hiroshima's servers to their own. The attacker also appeared to have modified a number of other details of Hiroshima's GoDaddy account, making it impossible for Hiroshima to gain access. The attacker then attempted to reset the password to Hiroshima's Twitter account, "@N," but was unsuccessful. … [Read more...] about Picking up the pieces after the @N Twitter account theft
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But there is so much more out there beyond simple PHP applications! We cracked that door open a bit in Web Served 8, where we set up Node.js and Redis in order to get Etherpad up and running. That's just one of a huge multitude of non-PHP Web applications. If you're like me, setting all this stuff up just gets you excited about the next big thing you can do with the server—setting up a new Web application and seeing it work correctly is addictive. What else is out there that you can play with beyond forums and wikis? What new cool stuff can we do? … [Read more...] about Web Served, the finale: Congrats, you have a Web server! What’s next?