Daily Archive: January 2, 2022

An Afghan Coding Bootcamp Turns into a Lifeline Below Taliban Rule

4 months after the Afghan authorities fell to the Taliban, 22-year-old Asad Asadullah had settled into a brand new routine. 

In his hometown in Afghanistan’s northern Samangan province, the previous laptop science pupil began and ended every day glued to his laptop computer display. 

Since late October, Asadullah had been collaborating in a digital coding bootcamp organized by Code Weekend, a volunteer-run neighborhood of Afghan tech fanatics, with content material donated by Scrimba, a Norwegian firm that gives on-line programming workshops. 

On some days, Asadullah took a display break for a sport of pickup soccer, however typically he didn’t see

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US officers ask AT&T, Verizon to delay 5G wi-fi

US Secretary of Transportation  Pete Buttigieg and the pinnacle of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) referred to as on  AT&T and Verizon Communications on Friday to postpone the deliberate  introduction of the brand new 5G radio service for January fifth attributable to aviation security issues and FAA Administrator Steve Dickson requested AT&T CEO John Stankey and Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg for a delay of not more than two weeks as a part of a “short-term proposal.

 The aviation business and the FAA have  issues about potential 5G interference  with delicate plane electronics reminiscent of radio altimeters that would intervene with

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