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Doogee S6000 RAM reportedly doubled, price remains same

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Doogee has decided to increase the RAM on its S6000 smartphone to 2GB, according to a report out of China. The handset was earlier said to come with 1GB RAM.

The report also notes that the move will have no affect on the price of the device, which means that it will continue carrying the same $140 tag as promised earlier. The phone is expected to launch in August this year.

For those who aren't aware, the USP of the S6000 is its battery – it packs in a whopping 6000mah battery that is promised to last for around 3-4 days of average use. Other specs of the device include, Mediatek MT6735 64-bit SoC with an octa-core CPU clocked at 1.5GHz, 5.5-inch 720p display, 16GB expandable internal memory, and 8MP rear and 5MP front shooter.

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LastPass Password Manager Acknowledges Breach by NICOLE PERLROTH


By NICOLE PERLROTH

LastPass, the online password manager, announced Monday that its network was breached and that hackers made off with user email addresses, password reminders and encrypted master passwords. It was the second time the service had been breached in four years.

Published: June 14, 2015 at 07:00PM

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Companies Move On From Big Data Technology Hadoop by QUENTIN HARDY


By QUENTIN HARDY

If you’re up on big data, you’ve heard of something called Hadoop. It may be worth billions, but some of Hadoop’s biggest backers look like they are moving on from it.

Published: June 14, 2015 at 07:00PM

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M 4.8 – 50km S of Bilungala, Indonesia

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Time
2015-06-16 03:41:39 UTC
2015-06-16 11:41:39 +08:00 at epicenter
Location
0.075°S 123.271°E
Depth
132.63 km (82.41 mi)

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Panasonic Lumix CM1 goes on pre-order in US

The Panasonic Lumix CM1 smartphone/camera hybrid, which was announced back in September last year and shown off at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES), is now up for pre-order in the US.

As for the price, the device – which has been available in Europe for a while now – carries a tag of $1,000 (unlocked version) in the United States.

Specs-wise, the Lumix CM1 is powered by a Snapdragon 801 chipset with quad-core 2.3 GHz Krait 400 CPU and Adreno 330 GPU. It comes with 2GB RAM and 16GB expandable internal memory, and packs in a 2600 mAh battery.

In terms of camera, it features a 20MP unit with a 1-inch sensor, and also has 4K video recording capability. The device runs Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box (upgradable to Android 5.0…

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M 4.7 – 186km SE of Sarangani, Philippines

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Time
2015-06-16 02:45:25 UTC
2015-06-16 10:45:25 +08:00 at epicenter
Location
4.089°N 126.518°E
Depth
101.26 km (62.92 mi)

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Fedora: Llega la primera actualización para DNF

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Hace poco dimos cuenta de la llegada de Fedora 22, la primera versión en incorporar el gestor de paquetes DNF por defecto, reemplazando al veterano y muy querido YUM. Y como bien sabemos las primeras versiones de cualquier herramienta siempre tienen cosas para corregir una vez que los usuarios se lanzan en masa a utilizarlas; esta no ha sido la excepción y por eso desde Fedora nos anuncian la llegada de DNF 1.0.1, la primera actualización.

Además de la utilización mandatoria de Python 3.3, entre las cosas que se corrigen tenemos a dnf-automatic, una herramienta similar a dnf upgrade pero para la línea de comandos, y por ello especialmente útil para ser integrada en scripts, módulos de systemd o trabajos de cron entre otras alternativas. Pues bien, dnf-automatic añade un intervalo de espera aleatorio de entre 0 y 300 segundos para conectarse a un servidor, como así también una opción para conectarse mediante SSL (Secure Sockets Layer).

Además, ahora también se podrá instalar comandos de DNF mediante su nombre, es decir utilizando la sintaxis ‘dnf install dnf-nombredecomando’, y se han incorporado las especificaciones de semántica de semver.org. Además, se han solucionado varias cuestiones de funcionamiento que resultaban algo molestas para los usuarios, y así por ejemplo ya no se informan más (en forma erronea) los paquetes instalados que no existen, se pulió el texto que acompaña a la herramienta yum2dnf y se eliminó el aviso falso respecto al éxito en la instalación mediante ‘dnf groupinstall’.

El artículo Fedora: Llega la primera actualización para DNF ha sido originalmente publicado en Linux Adictos.

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