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Thursday April 27, 2017. 12:07 PM
Correct handling of corporate data is important not just to guard against security threats and data breaches, but to avoid the risk of regulatory fines and lawsuits too. But a new report from secure erasing specialist Blancco Technology Group shows the two weakest links in...
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The BlackBerry KeyOne, an Android-based smartphone with a hardware keyboard, will be available in the U.S. and Canada from May 31, the phone's maker said Thursday.TCL Communications, the Chinese company that acquired rights to produce BlackBerry-brand handsets, originally...
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They are young but not selfish. Brilliant but not dorky. Engaged but not political. The current class of college-age hackers will shape our future. The post Meet the Brilliant Young Hackers Who’ll Soon Shape the World appeared first on WIRED.
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31.7 trillion flops – pretty sporty HPC Blog Another world record has fallen. Asian Student Cluster competitors have broken the student LINPACK record with an amazing score of 31.7 TF/s. This barely tops the former record of 31.15 TF/s set at SC16 by the University of...
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If your TV diet includes major broadcast networks, cutting cable can be a challenge. Live streams from ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox stations are only available in a small number of markets, so without solid reception from an antenna, potential cord cutters are stuck.But that might ...
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Dell's XPS 15 vs. Apple's MacBook Pro 15 takes its place the same epic list of rivalries as Batman vs. Joker, Red Sox vs. Yankees, and Sheldon vs. Wil Wheaton. Both laptops are intended as workhorses for professionals on the go. And although there are many competitors out...
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Disappearing platforms problem SourceForge wants tighter ties with other code repositories following Microsoft’s decision to shutter CodePlex.…
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OpenWhisk expansion enables developers to expose serverless actions as secure and controlled APIs on the cloud, ostensibly making it quicker to build IoT and cognitive solutions.
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DAILY VIDEO: IBM Watson Thinks Its Way to Factory Floor; Google Co-Founder Larry Page's Kitty Hawk Venture Demos Flying Car; Microsoft Connects LinkedIn and Dynamics 365 for Sales; and there's more.
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The scramble for space driving the commodity race There's a war brewing in the cloud, and machine learning may well determine the outcome. With infrastructure services trending toward commoditisation, each of the big-three cloud purveyors is racing to augment vanilla IaaS...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: When NASA began developing a rocket and spacecraft to return humans to the Moon a decade ago as part of the Constellation Program, the space agency started to think about the kinds of spacesuits astronauts would need in...
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It was 15 years ago this week that my son Chase Cringely died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) at age 74 days. I wrote about it at the time and there was a great outpouring of support from readers. Back then, before the advent of social media, parents didn’t get a...
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New standard addresses wireline aspects of low latency 5G Analysis We can no longer see 5G as a wireless standard alone. Its heart may still be a 3GPP-defined radio, but to deliver commercial benefits to operators (old or new), wireline links will be as important as wireless ...
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Verizon super depressing report's in Cyberespionage and ransomware attacks are on the increase, according to the latest annual edition of Verizon's breach report.…
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It's basically a promise to do better and not mess things up Symantec is hoping to get its certificates back on Google's trust list.…
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All too easy to choke enemies' gateways, it seems Broadband modems using Intel's bungled Puma 6 chipset can be overloaded and virtually knocked offline by a trivial trickle of packets, it is claimed.…
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ESA's Pal Hvistendahl has confirmed via Bloomberg that Chinese and European space agencies are talking with one another about plans to build a base on the moon. The discussions 'involve working together to build a human-occupied 'moon village' from which both agencies can...
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Met cops gloat after pair admits to pilfering subscriber records Two chaps in the UK have admitted stealing more than 150,000 customer records from TalkTalk.…
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Faulty LPC clock bus timed out Intel finally has reworked its flawed Atom C2000 chips, which have been failing at a greater-than-expected rate for about a year and a half.…
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Virtual Skype turns out to be a reason to pick up the phone Citrix has posted a solid first quarter in which it posted modest revenue and profit gains, beat its expected earnings-per-share and said its transition to selling cloudy subscriptions is coming along nicely.…
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