Amazon will end onsite COVID-19 testing at its US warehouses

Amazon has informed workers that it will end on-site COVID-19 testing at its US warehouses, as first reported by The Information. The company confirmed to The Verge that it will begin ramping down its testing operations in the US by July 30th. Although many in the US are vaccinated — 48 percent of the country …

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GNOME 40.3 Released with Improvements to GNOME Software, Many Bug Fixes – 9to5Linux

The GNOME Project announced today the release of GNOME 40.3 as the third maintenance update to the latest and greatest GNOME 40 desktop environment series. Coming about five weeks after the GNOME 40.2 release, GNOME 40.3 is here with an updated GNOME Software app that now automatically installs application updates depending on the type of …

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NVIDIA 470.57.02 Graphics Driver Brings Support for RTX 3070/80 Ti GPUs, DOOM Eternal Fixes – 9to5Linux

NVIDIA released today the NVIDIA 470.57.02 graphics driver for GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris platforms, a feature and bugfix release of their production branch. NVIDIA 470.57.02 is here to introduce support for GeForce RTX 3070 Ti and GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics cards, which means that if you own one of them you can now use …

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The first real photos of Apple’s MagSafe Battery Pack are here

Apple’s first official MagSafe Battery Pack is beginning to arrive on shelves, and one iPhone owner has now snapped what appear to be the first actual photos of the gadget. And yes, it’s a chonk. Photo by Steven Russell Photo by Steven Russell Photo by Steven Russell Apple’s been going the big-bulge route for years, …

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HandBrake 1.4 Open-Source Video Transcoder Adds Support for Native 10- and 12-Bit Encodes – 9to5Linux

HandBrake 1.4 has been released over the weekend as a “significant feature release” for this open-source and free video transcoder software for Linux, macOS, and Windows platforms. HandBrake 1.4 comes about a month after the release of HandBrake 1.3.3 maintenance update in the 1.3 series of the open source software, and it’s here to introduce …

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Latest leaks indicate new iPhones may have always-on displays like Apple’s Watch

A new report from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says the 2021 iPhone may have an always-on display similar to Apple’s Watch, and which Android phones have had for some time. Gurman wrote in his Power On newsletter that the phones will have improved battery life, a smaller notch on the screen, better video recording, a 120Hz …

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New Steam Deck reservations now showing ‘expected order availability’ in Q2 and Q3 2022

If you’re looking to reserve a Steam Deck and haven’t managed to secure a reservation yet, it looks like you’ll be waiting a while to actually get your device. According to Steam’s store site on Sunday, the $399 64GB Steam Deck and the $529 256GB version both have “expected order availability” dates of of Q2 …

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