iOS 13.6 Beta

Apple released iOS 13.6 Beta 2, with no notes. Which indicates that the release focuses on bug fixes or performance. It could also indicate that they are testing some unannounced features or products.  Automatic Update ControlsApple has released a new set of update controls for its users. Instead of a single option that automatically downloaded […]

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Apple releases iOS 13.5

iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 were both released on May 20th, 2020, to all available devices. Along with iOS 12.4.7 for older devices.  iOS 13.5 is centered around COVID-19. Its biggest features involving the Exposure Notification API, developed by Apple and Google, and facemask detection.  TheAPI allows public health authorities to create CODVID-19 contact tracing […]

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Upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

I have to say, Ubuntu, in the past two years, has improved significantly compared to what it was. Because of what it was, it drove me to use Fedora as my main distro. I have a VM that is running Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS at this time, and I’m going to upgrade it so I can […]

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watchOS 6.2 update

watchOS to 6.2 was release along side iOS and iPadOS 13.4. Although it comes with plenty of bug fixes, Apple finally added support for in-app purchases in Watch apps. Apple also brings the ECG app to three new countries: Chile, New Zealand, and Turkey. Along with support for irregular heart rhythm notifications. ECG application allows […]

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2020 iPad benchmark results

With the 2020 iPads starting to ship, it seems that one lucky customer’s iPad arrived much earlier than expected. The reddit user, Zindexed, took the opportunity to run some Geekbench testing on the 2020 iPad Pro. According to the results it scored: Single-Core: 1114 (2018 iPad Pro’s Single-Core: 1111) Multi-Core: 4654 (2018 iPad Pro’s Multi-Core: […]

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Building your Atlassian APP server.

We’ll assume that your server is ready to have the software deployed on it.  yum y install wget epel-release cd /tmp | wget  Afer the file has been downloaded, well need to make sure we can execute the file too.  chmod +x atlassian-confluence-6.14.1-x64.bin ll This next part is critical so do not skip it. You need […]

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Let’s just assume that you are using Mac (OSX) and for a second that you are having trouble with a program, this program is currently frozen and unresponsive. What can you do besides select “force quit”? The solution to your problem is the kill command. We’ve mentioned the kill command before, but I’m sure that […]