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Aujourd’hui — 27 février 2021Flux principal

• L'infotrafic Ligne P : Paris-Coulommiers bus avancés 01-05/03 5:00 #ligneP - bit.ly/28MLvei

27 février 2021 à 05:00
• L'infotrafic Ligne P : Paris-Coulommiers bus avancés 01-05/03 5:00 #ligneP - bit.ly/28MLvei

• L'infotrafic Ligne E : Paris-Chelles bus avancés 01 au 05 mars 5:00 #rerE - bit.ly/28MLvei

27 février 2021 à 05:00
• L'infotrafic Ligne E : Paris-Chelles bus avancés 01 au 05 mars 5:00 #rerE - bit.ly/28MLvei

• L'infotrafic Ligne L : horaires modifiés 1 au 5 mars 5:00 #ligneL - bit.ly/28MLvei

27 février 2021 à 05:00
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Apple Forced To Add iPhone and MacBook Repairability Scores To Comply With French Law

27 février 2021 à 04:04
Apple has added iPhone and MacBook repairability scores to its online store in France to comply with a new French law that came into effect this year. From a report: MacGeneration reports that the rating takes into account features like how easily a device can be disassembled and the availability of repair manuals and spare parts. Links to each product's final score, with details for how they were calculated, are available on this support page. The ratings for Apple's products vary between products and generations. Its iPhone 12 lineup all have scores of six out of 10 for example, while the previous year's iPhone 11s are rated lower at between 4.5 and 4.6. The improvement, according to the detailed scoring assessment, is due to the newer iPhones being easier to dismantle than the previous year's models, and spare parts being cheaper compared to the cost of the phone itself. There's less of a spread between the company's different MacBook models, whose scores range from 5.6 to 7.

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7artisans 7.5mm f/2.8 II fisheye lens for Sony E, Fuji X, MFT, Canon M, and Nikon Z mounts announced and available for pre-order

27 février 2021 à 03:07
Par : PR admin



The 7artisans 7.5mm f/2.8 II fisheye APS-C lens for Sony E, Fuji X, MFT, Canon M, and Nikon Z mounts is now officially announced and available for pre-order at the Photo Rumors Online Store with free international shipping:


7artisans 7.5mm f/2.8 II APS-C fisheye lens



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Mageia 8 Released - Flips On AMDGPU For Older GCN GPUs, Better ARM Support

27 février 2021 à 02:16
Mageia 8 is out today as a significant and long overdue update to this Linux distribution long ago derived from Mandriva/Mandrake lineage...

Apple Mail and Hidden Tracking Images

27 février 2021 à 02:29
John Gruber, writing at DaringFireball: In my piece yesterday about email tracking images ("spy pixels" or "spy trackers"), I complained about the fact that Apple -- a company that rightfully prides itself for its numerous features protecting user privacy -- offers no built-in defenses for email tracking. A slew of readers wrote to argue that Apple Mail does offer such a feature: the option not to load any remote resources at all. It's a setting for Mail on both Mac and iOS, and I know about it -- I've had it enabled for years. But this is a throwing-the-baby-out-with-bath-water approach. What Hey offers -- by default -- is the ability to load regular images automatically, so your messages look "right", but block all known images from tracking sources (which are generally 1 x 1 px invisible GIFs). Typical users are never going to enable Mail's option not to load remote content. It renders nearly all marketing messages and newsletters as weird-looking at best, unreadable at worst. And when you get a message whose images you do want to see, when you tell Mail to load them, it loads all of them -- including trackers. Apple Mail has no knowledge of spy trackers at all, just an all-or-nothing ability to turn off all remote images and load them manually. Mail's "Load remote content in messages" option is a great solution to bandwidth problems -- remember to turn it on the next time you're using Wi-Fi on an airplane, for example. It's a terrible solution to tracking. No one would call it a good solution to tracking if Safari's only defense were an option not to load any images at all until you manually click a button in each tab to load them all. But that's exactly what Apple offers with Mail. "Don't get me started on how predictable this entire privacy disaster was, once we lost the war over whether email messages should be plain text only or could contain embedded HTML. Effectively all email clients are web browsers now, yet don't have any of the privacy protection features actual browsers do," he adds.

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25 personnes tuées et 200 prisonniers recherchés après une évasion en Haïti

Le directeur de la prison de Croix-des-Bouquets, dans la banlieue de la capitale, a été tué jeudi au cours de la violente évasion qui avait permis à plusieurs centaines de condamnés de prendre la fuite.

Un morceau de tissu d’un vêtement de prisonnier pend des barbelés défaits de la prison de Croix-des-Bouquets, à Haïti, le 25 février.

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