IPv6 Now Dominant Protocol for Traffic Among Major US Mobile Providers

“Major Mobile US Networks Pass 50% IPv6 Threshold,” reports Mat Ford, Technology Program Manager at the Internet Society (ISOC). In an announcement published in the World IPv6 Launch website, Ford writes: “In our year-end blogpost in December of 2015 we highlighted the enormous progress that IPv6 deployment had made in 2015 by obtaining aggregated data from our sources for the four major US mobile providers (Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile USA, Sprint Wireless, AT&T Wireless) … At that time, in aggregate, these providers were delivering 37.59% of their traffic over IPv6 to major IPv6-capable content providers. … we just passed a major milestone. IPv6 is the dominant protocol for traffic from those mobile networks to major IPv6-capable content providers.”

Related topics: Access Providers, IPv6, Mobile, Telecom

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MISP – an open source threat intelligence platform

The key is Automation
Isn’t it sad to have a lot of data and not use it because it’s too much work? Thanks to MISP you can store your IOCs in a structured manner, and thus enjoy the correlation, automated exports for IDS, or SIEM, in STIX or OpenIOC and even to other MISPs. You can now leverage the value of your data without effort and in an automated manner. Check out MISP features.

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Open MCT – A web based mission control framework

Open MCT can be adapted for planning and operations of any system that produces telemetry. While Open MCT is developed to support space missions, its core concepts are not unique to that domain. It can display streaming and historical data, imagery, timelines, procedures, and other data visualizations, all in one place.
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Make Dope Beats with ReactJS

“With a kick, snare, kicks and high hat, skilled in the trade of that old boom bap”

Before I was a software engineer, I was a music producer. Specifically, I made beats for rap songs. Then file sharing put a dent in the music industry, and it became much harder to do as a career. But hey, I had programming to fall back on!
I still made music as a hobby over the years, but less and less seriously as time went on. Very recently, I got news that Akai was discontinuing its iconic offering of standalone hardware MPC drum machines. This made me deeply sad. I mowed untold numbers of lawns for my first MPC and it felt to me like the death of an era.
So I did what any geek that writes React code all day long would do. I wrote a library so that I can make beats

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GitLab 8.11 Released with Issue Boards and Merge Conflict Resolution

Aug 22, 2016 There are so many good things in GitLab 8.11, that I struggle to introduce all this without turning to superlatives. So, without further ado: With GitLab 8.11 you get a completely new way to manage your issues, you can resolve merge conflicts in the interface, you can restrict pushes to people and groups (in EE), you get an online IDE, you can use slash commands to modify issues and you can create as many issue templates as you want ..and many other new features. This month’s Most Valuable Person (MVP) is Clement Ho for his merge requests and responsiveness on issues. Thanks Clement Ho! Issue Board GitLab Issues are very flexible. You can crosslink them, prioritize them, and rank them by popularity. With the Issue Board we’ve added something new: You can now create workflows, quickly get an idea of the status of your issues and all

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Google Begins Rolling Out Android 7.0 Nougat

An anonymous reader writes: Google today started rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to existing Nexus devices via an over-the-air software update. This is a gradual rollout: The Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Nexus Player, Pixel C, and General Mobile 4G (Android One) will all be updated, but ” it may take several weeks” before everyone gets the latest and greatest, a Google spokesperson told VentureBeat.The Nexus 5 (2013), which packs in a Snapdragon 800 SoC coupled with 2GB of RAM and 5-inch full-HD display, won’t be receiving Android Nougat update — despite having all the hardware capabilities required for a phone to receive Google’s latest OS update. The truth of the matter is if Google wanted to update the Nexus 5 with the latest Android software, it could have. It just chose not to. It’s very likely that same will be the case for the Nexus 6,

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Android 7.0 Nougat starts to roll out to Nexus devices

There have been numerous beta versions of Android 7.0 Nougat, and now the official rollout is underway. This is not a full-scale rollout just yet — it’s limited to the Nexus 6P, 5X, 6, 9, and Nexus Player, as well as the Pixel C and General Mobile 4G. You’ll notice that the Nexus 5 is missing from the list, but the remainder of the handsets are in line for an OTA update anytime over the coming weeks starting today. If you’re impatient, you can always download the factory images and flash your device manually, but whichever route you go down,… [Continue Reading]

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Taking the final wrapper off of Android 7.0 Nougat

Posted by Dave Burke, VP of Engineering

Android 7.0 Nougat

Today, Android 7.0 Nougat will begin rolling out to users, starting with Nexus
devices. At the same time, we’re pushing the Android 7.0 source code to the
Android Open Source Project (AOSP), extending public availability of this new
version of Android to the broader ecosystem.

We’ve been working together with
you over the past several months to get your feedback on this release, and also
to make sure your apps are ready for the users who will run them on Nougat

What’s inside Nougat

Android Nougat reflects input from thousands of fans and developers like you,
all around the world. There are over 250 major features in Android Nougat,
including VR Mode in
Android. We’ve worked at all levels of the Android stack in
Nougat — from how the operating system reads sensor data to how it sends pixels to
the display — to make it especially built to provide high quality mobile VR

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