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A phone carrier that doesn’t track your browsing or location

I know privacy and data security are important to many of our members, so I wanted to spotlight this story about Pretty Good Phone Privacy (PGPP).

According to News NCR:

“The result’s a brand new firm, dubbed Invisv, that gives cellular information designed to separate customers from particular identifiers so the corporate can’t entry or monitor clients’ metadata, location info, or cellular looking. Launching in beta at this time for Android, the corporate’s Pretty Good Phone Privacy or PGPP service will exchange the mechanism carriers usually use to show cellular phone tower connection information right into a trove of details about customers’ actions.

Ios 16 beta tips return of battery percentage icon

This one is for all of you who use an iPhone.

According to PCMag:

“Released this week to developers for testing, iOS 16 beta 5 includes a small but impactful feature that displays your device’s remaining battery in numerical form (not just a decreasing bar), MacRumors reports. It previously appeared to the left of the battery icon, but Apple removed it from certain screens in 2022 with the introduction of iPhone X and its space-consuming notch.”

Learn more about bringing back the battery percentage in the status bar at PCMag.

Microsoft hits milestone to replace datacenter generators with fuel cells

Microsoft looks to continue its effort to in using cleaner energy at its data centers. The company recently announced that it successfully tested a hydrogen fuel cell system to replace a traditional diesel-powered backup generator at a large data center.

According to The Register:

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“The software giant said it ran the hydrogen fuel cell system through the same tests it uses to qualify backup diesel generators in order to prove the setup could function reliably, which included simulated power outages and hours-long test runs.

Microsoft’s next step will be to install one of these fuel cell systems at a research datacenter where its engineers will learn how to work with and deploy the new technology. This will include the development of hydrogen safety protocols, the company said.

At this stage of the tests, Microsoft says it does not yet have a planned date for its first operational deployment at a production datacenter, but when it does occur, this will likely be at a new facility in a location where air quality standards prohibit diesel generators.”

Learn more about a hydrogen fuel cell system for datacenters at The Register.

Stunning northern lights shine amid solar storm (photos)

As you may have heard, there was a moderate solar storm over the last few days (more info); it did look to create an amazing light show for some. Yes, I am a sucker for pretty pictures.

You need to hear this.

Google outage: tech giant apologises after software update causes search engine to go down

An outage affected Google search and other services in the early hours today. It is unclear if this is at all related to the Google data center electrical explosion in Omaha, Iowa (USA).

According to The Guardian:

“Google has apologised for a software update issue that caused a major international outage on Tuesday.

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A spokesperson for the company said the team had “worked quickly” to address the fault and services were back running as normal.”

Sorry for the quick edit/add of this article, but I just saw HulkSmash72 start a community topic about this one right after I posted today’s Snap!.

Learn more about the Google outage at The Guardian.

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