Xbox is recovering after the second of two outages this weekend – Engadget
Gear from Netgear, Linksys, and 200 others has unpatched DNS poisoning flaw – Ars Technica
Doom 32X ‘Resurrection’ v2.0 Update – RetroRGB
NesUEFI – A bootable NES Emulator running on UEFI – Github
Why Saudi Prince Alwaleed Reversed Course on Elon Musk’s Twitter Bid – Bloomberg
Crazy video of a car chase scene from a helicopter being filmed for an upcoming Michael Bay Film – Facebook Reels
How millions of Russians are tearing holes in the Digital Iron Curtain – Washington Post
Every ISP in the US has been ordered to block three pirate streaming services – Ars Technica
The Future of Space Tourism Is Now. Well, Not Quite. – NYtimes
New High Resolution Scan of “Extraordinary” UAP Image – UAP Media UK
Everything You Need to Know About Apple’s Self Service Repair Program for iPhones – Macrumors
Mercury’s Comet-like Tail – Space Weather Archive
Teslas using Autopilot are eight times less likely to be in an accident – Teslarati
Goodwill Sold a Bust for $34.99. It’s an Ancient Roman Relic – NYTimes
Frontier Ordered to Pay Millions After Internet Speed Allegations – NBC Connecticut
Meta announces massive hiring freeze, blames Apple for revenue slowdown – iMore
TurboTax forced to stop misleading “free, free, free” ads and pay back $141M – Ars Technica
Cameo lays off close to 90, including senior executives – Protocol
Florida Flights Face Worst Delays in Years Thanks to Private Jets and Space Launches – Yahoo News
New Obi Wan Series Trailer! – YouTube
Elon Musk Invited to Discuss Twitter Buyout With U.K. Parliamentary Committee – Variety
Humans Behind Search: Meet Matt – Google Blog
RetroRGB Roundup #303 – RetroRGB
Google set up a fact check tool that aggregates fact checking articles on various topics in the news and social media. It also features an API for connecting into other apps.
Apple II DeskTop (also known as MouseDesk) is a remarkable piece of software developed for the Apple IIe and //c way back in 1985. It replicated the look and feel of a Mac desktop on the II with surprisingly decent performance.
It is still being worked on and is now open source. It works on original hardware as well as emulators (including the MiSTer).
h/t to CALL Apple.