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PayPal, Google, Flash: Anything else?

Last updated on March 9, 2021

What else happened on October 28, 2020 in addition to the big news, in a nutshell.

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Fast transfers from PayPal to Mastercard: Mastercard has expanded its instant transfer payments to Germany . PayPal users will be able to transfer money from their PayPal account to a Mastercard in real time.

Xilinx Zynq RFSoC DFE: The FPGA specialist Xilinx has presented the Zynq RFSoC DFE , a chip for 5G New Radio.

Chrome OS updates withdrawn : Google has withdrawn the updates to version 86 of Chrome OS. This reports, among other things, Chrome Unboxed with a list of the affected devices. With Android Authority there is a list of possible errors and problems that are the reason for the withdrawal of the updates.

Blob-free Bluetooth from Pine 64 : The Pine64 community has decided to operate a Bluetooth / WLAN module without a proprietary binary code (blob). The basis for this should be a small hardware SoC , which in turn uses RISC-V technology.

Windows update removes Flash Player : Microsoft has released an optional Windows update ( KB4577586 ) that uninstalls Adobe's Flash Player and prevents reinstallation . With the end of support for Flash in early 2021, the update is to be distributed to all Windows devices via WSUS. The Flash player distributed in the Edge browser is initially not affected, as Bleeping Computer reports .

Black CPU cooler from Noctua: The Austrians have expanded the Chromax Black series with the NH-D15S and the NH-U9S. Both CPU coolers are black anodized and equipped with black fans.

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Driving license : The Dutch company Pal-V has received a road license for its Liberty flying car. It is allowed to drive on European roads with a regular license plate. According to its own statements , the company intends to undertake extensive test drives through Europe in the coming months. Pal-V presented the flying car at the Geneva Motor Show in 2018 . Liberty is expected to receive certification from the European aviation safety authority Easa by 2022.

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