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#151 – December 23, 2022

Hello! 👋

This is the last issue of Daily Tech for 2022. When I started with a daily newsletter earlier this year I wasn't sure if I could stick to the schedule. But it looks like I can and I'm also enjoying it. There will be more to come in the next year.

Criminals Impersonating Brands Using Search Engine Ads

The FBI is warning the public that cyber criminals are using search engine advertisement services to impersonate brands and direct users to malicious sites that host ransomware and steal login credentials and other financial information.

Hotels say goodbye to daily room cleanings and hello to robots as workers stay scarce

Nearly three years into the pandemic, travel has returned but hotel staff have not. Unable to find workers, hotel owners and managers are having to adapt to what they believe is the new normal.

Raspberry Pi 5 not arriving in 2023 as company hopes for a “recovery year”

To avoid cannibalizing supply for other Pi products, the next model must wait.

Japan to invest on nuclear energy in major policy shift

Japan has adopted a new policy promoting greater use of nuclear energy in a major reversal of the phase-out plan that was established following the Fukushima disaster.

Portable Secret

Portable Secret allows you to securely exchange documents via email with my mother, who can’t be expected to learn PGP, age, or similar.

Why the super rich are inevitable

Why some mathematicians argue the economy is designed to create a few super rich people – unless we stop it.

I'll see you on January 9. Have a great break and merry Christmas! 🎄


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