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Thursday August 17, 2017. 11:03 AM
Prising IT systems from decades of EU lawmaking Exclusive The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) is hiring 1,400 'business policy' folk to work out how the department will untangle itself from Europe after Brexit, according to multiple insiders.…
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... try to take over your public cloudy worlds (one array at a time) Newly-IPO’d Tintri has made its storage array bigger, better and faster by extending it out to the AWS and IBM clouds, speeding VMotion, upping its scalability limit and predicting future capacity and...
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Stop running that or we'll say stop again, so help me god An online PC repair shop was yesterday given a small ticking off by gummy watchdog the Advertising Standards Agency over claims used in promos that one in three PCs are blighted by malware on a daily basis.…
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We hardly noticed at first, but records revealed plenty about how star-stuff sails solar winds On October 14th, 2014, the Sun decided it was time for a coronal mass ejection, the irregular hiccups that see it belch out astounding quantities of magnetised plasma. And after...
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Even limited board reports now scrapped in favor of worthless 'updates' The operator of the.uk top-level domain, Nominet, has become the latest internet registry to vote itself into greater secrecy.…
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According to the Streaming Observer, Netflix plans to increase its budget by $1 billion dollars over the next year and spend over $7 billion on content in 2018. Previously, the company paid $6 billion in 2017 and $5 billion in 2016. From the report: While the internet freaks ...
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Security works better when you write your own rules Analysis Carousell, a mobile-friendly classified ads market, has to deal with fraud.…
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Contract ignores lack of strategy, growing criticism The UK Home Office has put out to tender a £4.6m ($5.9m) contract for facial recognition software – despite the fact its biometrics strategy and retention systems remain embroiled in controversy.…
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It's okay, though, we've got an iPhone app coming soon says CEO Chuck For a couple of years now, Cisco has said its future lies in selling more software, but it's not quite working out as planned.…
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Consultant was all too app-y to break law, claim investigators A banking IT expert orchestrated an insider-trading caper that raked in millions of dollars for him and his pals, it was claimed on Wednesday.…
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Project Zero's two-year-old dog learns a new trick It's Rowhammer, Jim, but not as we know it: IBM boffins have taken the DRAM-bit-flipping-as-attack-vector trick found by Google and applied it to MLC NAND Flash.…
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Teams get extra wiggle room to hit final deadline The X-Prize Foundation has cut some slack for teams vying to be the first to land a robot on the Moon and scoop millions of dollars as a result.…
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French satellite photos suggest something man-made floated beyond search zones New analysis of images thought to depict wreckage from missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH 370 suggest the Boeing 777 came down to the north of the area searched during efforts to find the...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: More than 200 patients in more than 55 UK hospitals were discovered by healthcare workers to be infected or colonized by the multi-drug resistant fungus Candida auris, a globally emerging yeast pathogen that has experts...
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7iOQKnVsI8 As taped by Erick Fernandez: 'There is nothing any of us can say right now without being judged.'
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Enlarge / Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince at a 2014 TechCrunch Disrupt conference in London. (credit: Anthony Harvey/Getty Images for TechCrunch) Until recently, CloudFlare prided itself on its unwavering commitment to free speech. Even when he was criticized for providing...
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Chipzilla in overlapping naming weirdness mess Intel's leaked a little detail about its next-generation desktop chips.…
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Fat dividends that investors love to be diluted, fibre backbone upgrade imminent Expect more layoffs at Telstra, happening faster: in response to the changes wrought by the National Broadband Network on its business, Australia's colossal carrier has decided to bring forward...
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The South Carolina Emergency Management Division warned eclipse watchers to be on the lookout for lizard men during the astronomical event....
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