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From: Fossbytes - 6 Best Open Source Linux Media Players You Need To Try In 2017

Short Bytes: If you’re searching for free and best Linux media players for playing audio and video, then you might want to consider some names including VLC, SMPlayer, MPV, Banshee, Kodi, etc. These open source media players can play almost any type of audio and video content you throw at them. Here, I have tried […]

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6 Best Open Source Linux Media Players You Need To Try In 2017

Short Bytes: If you’re searching for free and best Linux media players for playing audio and video, then you might want to consider some names including VLC, SMPlayer, MPV, Banshee, Kodi, etc. These open source media players can play almost any type of audio and video content you throw at them. Here, I have tried […]

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Vault 7: Wikileaks Uncovers Top Secret CIA Virus Control System “Hive”

Short Bytes: The non-profit whistleblower Wikileaks has published 6 new documents disclosing information about Hive, a back-end infrastructure used to manage CIA implants. It is used to transfer data collected by implants to CIA and ask the implant to run specified commands. A public HTTPS interface is used to hide Hive in plain site. nother […]

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Vault 7: Wikileaks Uncovers Top Secret CIA Virus Control System “Hive”

Short Bytes: The non-profit whistleblower Wikileaks has published 6 new documents disclosing information about Hive, a back-end infrastructure used to manage CIA implants. It is used to transfer data collected by implants to CIA and ask the implant to run specified commands. A public HTTPS interface is used to hide Hive in plain site. nother […]

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Does This Demo Remind You of Mario Kart? It Should!

Here’s a slick-looking VGA demo written in assembly by [Yianni Kostaris]; it’s VGA output from an otherwise stock ATmega2560 at 16MHz with no external chips involved. If you’re getting some Super Mario Kart vibes from how it looks, there’s a good reason for that. The demo implements a form of the Super Nintendo’s Mode 7 graphics, which allowed for a background to be efficiently texture-mapped, rotated, and scaled for a 3D effect. It was used in racing games (such as Super Mario Kart) but also in many others. A video of the demo is embedded below.

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