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IDG Contributor Network: Is it safe to install North Korea Linux?

Is it safe to install North Korea Linux? North Korea’s version of Linux (Red Star OS) has gotten quite a bit of media coverage, and it’s also attracted the attention of some Linux users. One user wondered in a Reddit thread if it was safe to install Red Star OS to check it out.Behemoth9 started the thread with this post: Is it safe to install Red Star OS?I've seen people install it and get it running in a VM and stuff and it looks interesting but does it report home? I really want to give it a whirl but I'd rather not have Kim Jong Un watching me.I know that it comes with a ton of built in spyware but does it work outside of the DPRK?To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Ajit Pai can’t convince websites that killing net neutrality is a...

Reps for Amazon, Google, Facebook, Netflix lobby to keep net neutrality rules.

Blizzard hints Nintendo Switch may not be powerful enough for Overwatch

But producer says he's still "open-minded" about a port.

Mass Effect update leaves pirates with rough facial animation

BioWare patches in new, uncracked Denuvo version alongside improvements.

Did Reddit’s April Fool’s gag solve the issue of online hate...

Nations battled, voids came and went, and one million pixels said a lot about humanity.

This is what emulated Breath of the Wild looks like at...

CEMU emulator upscales the Wii U version on a PC very nicely.

Google reportedly removing SMS texting from Hangouts on May 22

But Google Voice users won't be affected as much.

For Honor director: We never intended for you to unlock everything

Kieken sees optional cosmetic items as pick-and-choose "end game content."

Search begins for workarounds to Microsoft’s Win7/8.1 on Kaby Lake/Ryzen patch...

Microsoft is carrying through on its threat to actively block Windows 7 and 8.1 updates on the latest Kaby Lake and Ryzen processors.
Some folks are looking for ways to get around that block, and they appear to have had some success.We knew this day was coming.

A year-old threat from Microsoft that “Windows 10 will be the only supported Windows platform” on Kaby Lake and Ryzen processors re-emerged last week.

A thread on Reddit reported that folks who had the nerve to use Windows 7 or 8.1 would be blocked from updates if their PCs had the latest Intel Kaby Lake or AMD Ryzen processors. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

The search for workarounds to the Win7 Kaby Lake/Ryzen patch ban

Microsoft’s going ahead with its threatened block of Win7 and 8.1 updates on the latest Kaby Lake and Ryzen processors.
Some folks are looking at ways to get around the block, and there appears to be some success.We knew this day was coming.

A week ago I wrote about Microsoft’s threatened block for folks with the latest processors — Intel’s Kaby Lake and AMD’s Ryzen — who had the nerve to install or use Windows 7 or 8.1 on their machines.
Spurred by a thread on Reddit, a year-old threat from Microsoft re-emerged: “Windows 10 will be the only supported Windows platform” on Kaby Lake and Ryzen processors.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Analysis: For Honor unlocks cost $730 (or 5,200 hours)

The worst of free-to-play design is coming to full-price, pay-to-play titles.

Class action lawsuit targets LG over legendary G4, V10 bootloop issues

Suit: LG replaced phones with faulty ones—didn’t replace out-of-warranty devices.