(Coordinating that must be hard...)
Redcore, which was previously known as AllMobilize Inc., claimed its web browser was the only one to be fully made in China, and that it would break the United States' "monopoly" on software. It even mentioned the browser's "independent intellectual property rights."However, Chinese users discovered some surprising files in the Redcore browser's installation directory, including 'Chrome.exe' and several image files of the Chrome logo. [...] The option to download the Redcore browser has since been removed from the company's website.
including 'Chrome.exe' and several image files of the Chrome logo
Blink is an engine developed by Google and Opera, and a part of Chromium.
BlackBerry Limited <*@blackberry.com> Code Aurora Forum <*@codeaurora.org> Comodo CA Limited Google Inc. <*@google.com> Igalia S.L. <*@igalia.com> NVIDIA Corporation <*@nvidia.com> Opera Software ASA <*@opera.com> The Chromium Authors <*@chromium.org> The MathWorks, Inc. <email@example.com> Torchmobile Inc. Venture 3 Systems LLC <*@venture3systems.com> Yandex LLC <*@yandex-team.ru> ARM Holdings <*@arm.com>
1. Google is starting a new office in Oslo2. Several core Opera veterans are quitting
or example, Blink/ Chromium's way of showing multicolumn layouts was written by Morten from our R&D Department
You don't need any of that to smell a Chromium-type browser from a mile away, setting aside the ease of spotting a WebKit/Blink type engine. Browsers like K-Meleon and SeaMonkey are significantly more distinct from Firefox than Vivaldi is from Chrome.
The railroad system in Dalian, northern China, collapsed citywide on Tuesday for up to 20 hours after the Adobe Flash programing software stopped running.[...]Authorities fixed the issue by installing a pirated version of Flash at 4:30 a.m. the following day.
I'm quite surprised at how little activity there is in this thread...but (since it's close enough for government work:) did anyone else catch Putin's remarks on Climate Change? Wanna bet Xi says much the same?
At a climate summit in Washington last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin, on top of pledging to "significantly" reduce the country's emissions in the next three decades, called for a global reduction of methane."The fate of our entire planet, the development prospects of each country, the well-being and quality of life of people largely depend on these efforts," Putin ssid.from Report: Cutting methane crucial (by Hiroko Tabuchi, NYT writer;re-published in San Francisco Chronicle, April 26, 2021, p.A7)
China's Xi Jinping, the first national leader to speak at Thursday's summit, reiterated the nation's pledge to "strive to peak carbon dioxide emissions before 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality before 2060." On coal consumption, Xi said China might "phase it down" during its 15th Five Year Plan, which runs from 2025 through 2030. The Chinese leader also said his country, which is responsible for nearly a third of the world's emissions, would strictly control coal power projects in the years ahead.Russian President Vladimir Putin promised only to "significantly" reduce emissions by 2050 and noted that his country takes seriously its international commitments. He mentioned both the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris accord -- climate agreements that the United States once walked away from.Still, most countries on Thursday wholeheartedly welcomed the U.S.'s return to the world stage, saying American leadership is critical to reach the collective goal of limiting Earth's warming to "well below" 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) compared with preindustrial levels, and if possible to stay closer to 1.5 degrees Celsius. Failure to hit those targets, scientists have warned, will result in a cascade of costly and devastating effects.(WaPo story)
While Biden's climate summit was intended to help persuade other nations to embrace the bigger, bolder goals envisioned under the Paris accord, whether that succeeds or fails will become clearer only over time. A moment of truth will come this November in Glasgow, where nations are expected to arrive with detailed new blueprints for how they intend to do their part.(also from the WaPo story)
While I don't think "Gaslight" is my word of choice, I wouldn't accuse @OakdaleFTL of excessive clarity. Much of the time I think nobody, including the author, knows the drift of his...elliptical...comments. I assume they refer to foreign politics, with forays into climate and space politics.
I always wonder when I see that lonedark shape winging by going north or south,what is it? Scout or straggler... without a flockbehind or ahead, it's hard to say. No? (dej ღ © 2021)
The US fossil lobby is extremely powerful, but battered. I see no sign Biden will try to go up against them, but he might encircle. If he does and succeeds, power will shift globally. Particularly to the detriment of Russia, Arab states, Iran and Venezuela.
power will shift globally. Particularly to the detriment of [easing of competition to] Russia, Arab states, Iran and Venezuela.
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