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  8. Raspberry Pi alternative FriendlyELEC have a history of producing ever more powerful single board computers (SBC) for a variety of applications. Their latest board the NanoPi NEO3, discovered by CNX Software seems to be a small device with which to build network storage applications. The RockChip RK3328 System on Chip (SoC) is quite an old SoC, released in 2016, but it is still a powerful chip for such a small board. Providing a quad core Arm Cortex A53 and MAli-450MP4 GPU, add in 1GB or 2GB of DDR4, USB 3 and USB C power and we have an interesting board, as long as it is cost effective. Network connectivity is limited to a single Gigabit Ethernet port (RTL8211E). There is no HDMI or other video outputs on the board, which means all control is via a remote terminal. Storage is available via a microSD card slot, sadly there is no space for any SATA or NVME storage options. GPIO access is provided via a 26 pin interface, which features I2C, UART, SPI and I2S. Operating system support is currently an unknown quantity, but it is a good bet that operating systems for other RockChip boards will be compatible. Based on the size of the board, slightly larger than a Raspberry Pi Zero W, and the power being roughly equal to a Raspberry Pi 3B, we would hope to see this board come in at around $20, with the 2GB model for a few dollars more.
  9. Microsoft has released a recent Windows 10 update that switches its Edge web browser to the new ‘Chromium’ version (whether you want it to or not), but it appears the update is also causing some PCs to boot more slowly. The Windows 10 KB4559309 update is an automatic update, and as Windows Latest reports, some people are complaining that after installing the update, their PCs are taking longer to boot into Windows 10. Everything you need to know about the Windows 10 May 2020 Update These are the best antivirus programs Check out our pick of the best laptops As if that wasn’t annoying enough, there are also reports that once the PC boots, it continues to perform slowly, with apps and web pages taking longer to load – and games are also apparently running worse after the update. While this is only affecting some PCs with the update installed – we currently don’t know how widespread this issue is – if you do notice your PC is performing worse all of a sudden, check to see if this update is installed. If it is, that could be the cause. How to fix the problem As Windows Latest explains, you can usually fix issues introduced by Windows 10 updates by uninstalling the faulty update. However, rather annoyingly, you can’t do that with the KB4559309 update. Instead, you’ll need to use the System Restore feature to revert your PC back to a state before you installed the update. Don’t worry, this shouldn’t mean you lose any files or data.
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  11. Pros As charming as the regular Mini, yet with more space Fun styling details Excellent handling JCW ALL4 has 301 horsepower Cons At more than 4,000 pounds, kind of heavy for something called a Mini Top model can get expensive Blind-spot monitoring not even an option What’s New this year? Signature sub-trim gains new technology as standard 6-speed manual transmission makes a comeback People Also Ask Where is the 2021 Mini Clubman built? At the BMW Plant Oxford in Cowley, England. What’s the difference between a Mini Clubman and a Mini Countryman? The Clubman is a small wagon, the slightly larger Countryman is more along the lines of a subcompact crossover/SUV. Is the Mini Clubman reliable? Between 2016 and 2020, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) received only nine complaints regarding the Clubman, with nothing from 2018 onward. Perhaps Clubman owners hate to make a fuss. Or maybe the Clubman is at least as reliable as the average premium vehicle. Overview The 2021 Mini Clubman is the answer to an incredibly specific question. What if someone loved the Mini Cooper Hardtop 4 Door — but wanted more space in the back for rear passengers and luggage, the option of all-wheel drive for dealing with inclement weather, and why not throw some extra functionality in there with some easy-opening rear doors? The Clubman retains pretty much all the cornering talents of its smaller sibling, but allows grown-ups to sit in the back. This extra space hasn’t detracted from a design approach that has always been a particular Mini talent, inside and out. And the scope for stamping one’s own personality on it in the form of stripes, contrasting colors, and Union Jack flags is abundant. Available as a Cooper S with front-wheel or all-wheel drive, or a higher-performance John Cooper Works variant with all-wheel drive as standard, these versions are each offered in sub-trims (in ascending order of equipment levels) of Classic, Signature and Iconic. Being more premium than mainstream, Mini cars can be pricey once the options list is exhausted, but they tend to enjoy robust resale values. The Clubman can be equally sensible and sensational. Driving the 2021 Mini Clubman Front-wheel-drive versions of the 2021 Clubman handle exceptionally well. Reactions are eager and precise. In this respect, the Clubman is just like the smaller/shorter Mini. The other good news is that all-wheel-drive ALL4 models are just as enjoyable. With 189 horsepower, the base Cooper S achieves a fine balance of engine power, refinement and ride quality, while still remaining relatively affordable. The 2021 John Cooper Works Clubman exercises its 301 horsepower to hit 60 mph in just 4.6 seconds. This variant is more for the committed enthusiast. Its chassis is wonderfully controlled and controllable, but really firm in Sport mode. Favorite Features POWERED REAR DOORS Hands-free trunk lids and powered tailgates on SUVs and minivans are undeniably convenient, but whoever came up with powered swing-out doors — that can be activated by waving a foot under the bumper — deserves a medal. DYNAMIC DAMPER CONTROL Standard at the Signature level, this system allows the driver to choose either a supple everyday ride or a firmer setting for excellent cornering composure. 2021 Mini Clubman Interior Think of the 2021 Clubman as a Mini, but about 10 inches longer than a Hardtop 4 Door. This brings sufficient room for an adult male of average size to sit in the back without complaint. The non-sloping roof also enables some decent headroom. The JCW version has the sportiest front seats, with plenty of side support that’s important through quick corners. Up front has some typical Mini features such as the thick-rimmed steering wheel, a row of toggle switches, and the large round display in the center console. Quality materials are deployed throughout, including soft-touch plastics. Behind the rear seats is 17.5 cubic feet of luggage space, or a useful 47.9 cubic feet when those seats are folded. 2021 Mini Clubman Exterior There’s no mistaking the Clubman’s exterior design as any other than a Mini. It merely adds a little more practicality with the wagon-like rear section, those swing-out “barn doors” and Union Jack taillights as standard. To feed sufficient air into the Clubman’s turbocharged engines, each variant has a hood scoop, while the JCW also has a red line bisecting its grille. The lower two sub-trims run on 17-inch alloy wheels, while top JCW ALL4 Iconic version has 19-inchers. Every new Clubman can be customized in seemingly infinite ways with things like racing stripes, contrasting colors for the roof and side mirrors, Union Jack motifs, and a choice of alloy wheel designs. 2021 Mini Clubman Standard Features In entry-level Classic trim, the 2021 Mini Cooper S Clubman has the 189-horsepower engine, 6-speed manual transmission (optional in Signature and Iconic versions), 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic climate control, rear parking sensors, 6.5-inch touchscreen, 3-spoke/leather-wrapped steering wheel and simulated leather upholstery in black. Signature trim brings a panoramic sunroof, keyless entry/ignition, heated front seats, navigation with real-time traffic updates, Apple CarPlay smartphone integration, digital driver information display, Harman Kardon audio system, and a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Iconic trim adds leather upholstery, 18-inch alloy wheels, self-dimming mirrors, power-adjustable front seats with driver’ s-side memory settings, 40/20/40 split/folding rear seats, and an 8.8-inch infotainment touchscreen. Every 2021 Clubman ALL4 model has an 8-speed automatic transmission and the JCW ALL4 in Iconic trim rolls on 19-inch alloy wheels. 2021 Mini Clubman Options The main hardware choices with the 2021 Clubman are all-wheel-drive in the Cooper S, plus the bigger engine and sportier suspension of the John Cooper Works Clubman ALL4. There is no front-drive JCW Clubman. Clubmans in Classic trim can come with a Harman Kardon sound system, Union Jack side mirror caps, satellite radio, roof rack, and racing stripes. But we’d be more inclined to look at a Signature version because it’s eligible for even more extras. Such as the Driver Assistance Package that includes active cruise control, parking assistance, and a head-up display. Or real leather upholstery and some of the Iconic trim’s features. 2021 Mini Clubman Engine The front-drive Cooper S Clubman is propelled by a turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine that produces a respectable 189 horsepower. In Classic trim, it’s linked to a 6-speed manual transmission (sourced from Getrag, a specialist supplier to many companies). In the two higher trims, this car employs a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission (DCT). Whenever the ALL4 system is present, the transmission is an 8-speed automatic. The John Cooper Works ALL4 also has a turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine, but this one makes a considerable 301 horsepower. Yet its fuel economy ratings are close to the Cooper S ALL4. 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4 (Cooper S) 189 horsepower @ 5,000 rpm 207 lb-ft of torque @ 1,350 rpm EPA city/highway fuel economy (estimated): 26/34 mpg (7-speed DCT), N/A (manual) 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4 (Cooper S ALL4) 189 horsepower @ 5,000 rpm 207 lb-ft of torque @ 1,350 rpm EPA city/highway fuel economy (estimated): 23/32 mpg 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4 (John Cooper Works ALL4) 301 horsepower @ 5,200 rpm 331 lb-ft of torque @ 1,450 rpm EPA city/highway fuel economy (estimated): 23/31 mpg How Much Does the 2021 Mini Clubman cost? In Classic trim, the 2021 Mini Cooper S Clubman has a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $29,900, plus a destination fee of $850, bringing the total to $30,750. Which is $1,000 lower than last year. The 2021 Cooper S Clubman ALL4 starts at $33,750. And the 2021 Mini John Cooper Works Clubman ALL4 is priced from $40,350, only $100 more than 2020’s equivalent. Fully loaded, a 2021 Mini Clubman JCW ALL4 in Iconic trim can approach the $50,000 mark. There isn’t anything that’s a direct rival. Something cute, small, fun, premium, and crossover-ish is the BMW X2. But that starts at around $37,000. Or open your mind: The Mazda3 hatchback is virtually as refined and high-quality as a premium car, it’s also wonderful to drive, practical, and even offers all-wheel drive. Before buying, check the KBB.com Fair Purchase Price to see what others in your area are paying for their new Mini Clubman. Resale values are strong. Which 2021 Mini Clubman Model is Right for Me? 2021 Mini Cooper S Clubman 189-horsepower engine 17-inch alloy wheels Automatic climate control Leather-wrapped steering wheel 6.5-inch touchscreen Rear parking sensors 2021 Mini Cooper S Clubman ALL4 All-wheel drive Heated/sport front seats 8-speed automatic transmission 2021 Mini Cooper John Cooper Works ALL4 301-horsepower engine Sport suspension Black 18-inch alloy wheels Power-folding mirrors JCW sport seats LED headlights w/cornering lights Rear spoiler 2021 Mini Clubman Safety Technology Child Seat Anchors All 2021 Mini Clubmans are equipped with these anchors, which ensure that child safety seats are safely and securely installed in this compact station wagon’s relatively roomy back seat. Head-Curtain Airbags Front and rear occupants in the 2021 Clubman are protected in side impacts by standard head-curtain airbags. Active Driving Assistant This array of safety features is standard in the 2021 Clubman and includes adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams, and forward-collision warning with automatic emergency braking.
  12. Fashion designer Anavila Misra on Monday said she and her team have donated masks to the Post Master General of Mumbai to support the local postmen and women who are working tirelessly through the coronavirus-led lockdown. The Mumbai-based designer delivered the first batch of 200 masks last week at her local post office in the Khar suburb and will continue to make more. “We have been using the Indian postal service since the very beginning to deliver our fabrics and receive work from remote clusters of India. “They have been an integral part of our brand and it’s indeed humbling to be of some service to the frontline warriors of Indian postal service who have shown utmost commitment towards the nation and its people during these difficult times,” Misra said in a statement. The designer said the masks, which are made of linen with an inner layer of soft mulmul, can be washed and reused. Swati Pandey, the Postmaster-General, Mumbai, said though 36 members of the postal fraternity were diagnosed with COVID-19 and five of them succumbed to the virus, the corona warriors of India Post are braving the pandemic, by delivering more than 24,000 kg of medical equipment and PPE kits to the hospitals and medical units. “During the lockdown phase, the corona warriors of India Post Mumbai delivered more than a pension value of Rs 57,96,4390 to the senior citizens, most of them to the doorsteps of the pensioners in order to ensure complete quarantine to them. “We empathised with the migrant workers and helped them to transfer money instantly to their families in Bihar, UP and West Bengal through the Aadhaar Enabled Payment System service of India Post Payment Bank. We at India Post, Mumbai are working tirelessly to ensure prompt and unabated service to individuals amid COVID-19,” Pandey added. Previously, designers Anita Dongre and Masaba Gupta also produced masks to contribute in India’s fight against the virus
  13. Liverpool fans must wait until "the time is right" to celebrate the club's first Premier League title together, says manager Jurgen Klopp. Thousands of people celebrated on the city's waterfront on Friday, despite restrictions on gatherings because of the coronavirus pandemic. Firefighters extinguished a small fire at the Liver Building and 34 people were injured, three seriously. Klopp said he "did not love" the scenes at Pier Head. In an open letter to fans published in the Liverpool Echo, the German said: "I am a human being and your passion is also my passion, but right now the most important thing is that we do not have these kind of public gatherings. "We owe it to the most vulnerable in our community, to the health workers who have given so much and whom we have applauded, and to the police and local authorities who help us as a club not to do this. "Please - celebrate - but celebrate in a safe way and in private settings, whereby we do not risk spreading this awful disease further in our community." The club, who have won the league title for the first time in 30 years, condemned the conduct of some fans who gathered in the city as "wholly unacceptable", and mayor Joe Anderson said the events "brought Liverpool Football Club and the city of Liverpool into disrepute". Crowds also gathered outside Anfield on Thursday after Manchester City's defeat by Chelsea ensured Liverpool could not be caught by their nearest challengers. "If things were different I would love nothing more than to celebrate together, to have a parade that would be even bigger than the one after we won the Champions League last year, so that we could all share this special moment, but it just is not possible," added Klopp. "We have all done so much to fight Covid-19 and this effort cannot go to waste. "When the time is right we will celebrate. But for now, please stay at home as much as possible." Klopp also praised the "incredible supporters of an incredible club in an incredible city". "I love your passion, your songs, your refusal to accept defeat, your commitment, your understanding of the game and your faith in what we are doing," he said. He added that their support was "the petrol in the tank" of his players and said it had "fuelled us every step of the way".
  14. A leading medical-research institution working on a cure for Covid-19 has admitted it paid hackers a $1.14m (£910,000) ransom after a covert negotiation witnessed. The Netwalker criminal gang attacked University of California San Francisco (UCSF) on 1 June. IT staff unplugged computers in a race to stop the malware spreading. And an anonymous tip-off enabled BBC News to follow the ransom negotiations in a live chat on the dark web. Cyber-security experts say these sorts of negotiations are now happening all over the world - sometimes for even larger sums - against the advice of law-enforcement agencies, including the FBI, Europol and the UK's National Cyber Security Centre. Netwalker alone has been linked to at least two other ransomware attacks on universities in the past two months. At first glance, its dark-web homepage looks like a standard customer-service website, with a frequently asked questions (FAQ) tab, an offer of a "free" sample of its software and a live-chat option. But there is also a countdown timer ticking down to a time when the hackers either double the price of their ransom, or delete the data they have scrambled with malware. Instructed to log in - either by email or a ransom note left on hacked computer screens - UCSF was met with the following message, posted on 5 June. Six hours later, the university asked for more time and for details of the hack to be removed from Netwalker's public blog. Noting UCSF made billions a year, the hackers then demanded $3m But the UCSF representative, who may be an external specialist negotiator, explained the coronavirus pandemic had been "financially devastating" for the university and begged them to accept $780,000. After a day of back-and-forth negotiations, UCSF said it had pulled together all available money and could pay $1.02m - but the criminals refused to go below $1.5m. Hours later, the university came back with details of how it had procured more money and a final offer of $1,140,895. And the next day, 116.4 bitcoins were transferred to Netwalker's electronic wallets and the decryption software sent to UCSF. UCSF is now assisting the FBI with its investigations, while working to restore all affected systems. It told BBC News: "The data that was encrypted is important to some of the academic work we pursue as a university serving the public good. "We therefore made the difficult decision to pay some portion of the ransom, approximately $1.14 million, to the individuals behind the malware attack in exchange for a tool to unlock the encrypted data and the return of the data they obtained. "It would be a mistake to assume that all of the statements and claims made in the negotiations are factually accurate." But Jan Op Gen Oorth, from Europol, which runs a project called No More Ransom, said: "Victims should not pay the ransom, as this finances criminals and encourages them to continue their illegal activities. "Instead, they should report it to the police so law enforcement can disrupt the criminal enterprise." Brett Callow, a threat analyst at cyber-security company Emsisoft, said: "Organisations in this situation are without a good option. "Even if they pay the demand, they'll simply receive a pinky-promise that the stolen data will be deleted. "But why would a ruthless criminal enterprise delete data that it may be able to further monetise at a later date?" Most ransomware attacks begin with a booby-trapped emaiI and research suggests criminal gangs are increasingly using tools that can gain access to systems via a single download. In the first week of this month alone, Proofpoint's cyber-security analysts say they saw more than one million emails with using a variety of phishing lures, including fake Covid-19 test results, sent to organisations in the US, France, Germany, Greece, and Italy. Organisations are encouraged to regularly back-up their data offline. But Proofpoint's Ryan Kalember said: "Universities can be challenging environments to secure for IT administrators. "The constantly changing student po[CENSORED]tion, combined with a culture of openness and information-sharing, can conflict with the rules and controls often needed to effectively protect the users and systems from attack."