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Friday March 24, 2017. 10:15 AM
It is only three days since Windows 10 Creators Update Build 15063 arrived on the Fast ring. The same build has already made its way to Insiders on the Slow ring as well, fueling understandable speculation that this could well be the final build. This does in fact appear to...
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DAILY VIDEO: Google releases early developers preview of Android O; Google continues to make strides in improving Android security; HashiCorp Vault Enterprise update manages distributed secrets; and there's more.
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Please come back freelancers, forget IR35: all is forgiven The government will need to splash £145m per year on 2,000 digital staff - or £244m using contractors - if it is to meet the serious shortfall in skills, according to the National Audit Office.…
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(credit: William H. Merideth) A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought against William Merideth, the Kentucky man who shot down a drone that Merideth believed was flying over his own property in 2015. During the weeks that followed the incident, Merideth dubbed...
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'Chittering' under raised floor was the sound of a disaster recovery lesson On-Call Ooh! Friday is here! This means it's time for On-Call, in which El Reg acknowledges that misery loves company by sharing stories of jobs gone awry.…
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Within minutes of the electrons drying on my last column about the Wikileaks CIA document drop called Vault 7, Julian Assange came out with the novel idea that he and Wikileaks would assist big Internet companies with their technical responses to the obvious threats posed by ...
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Is this the last waltz for bonkers music game's level makers? Dance Dance Revolution – one of the few computer games that causes players to break into a sweat – is getting a boost from artificial intelligence.…
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Devs who fail to respond to call for change will count as 'yes' votes for ASL 2.0 Analysis The OpenSSL project, possibly the most widely used open-source cryptographic software, has a license to kill – specifically its own. But its effort to obtain permission to rewrite...
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From drones to smart warships. Well, sort of Comment Fresh from signing contracts to put artificial intelligence into its warships, the Royal Navy is now running an exercise to demonstrate robotic warfighting tech at work – Ex Information Warrior.…
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The Chicago Department of Transportation announced a new policy earlier this week that will increase the 'grace period' -- the time between when a traffic light turns red to when a ticket is automatically issued. The decision has been made to increase the time from 0.1...
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Uber Technologies has agreed to provide next month its diversity data, which it had earlier declined to make public. Representatives of the ride hailing company will disclose the information at the PUSHTech2020 summit on April 19 in Silicon Valley. The move comes at a time...
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Bribes on offer as courier's custom printing service needs Adobe's security sinkhole FedEx is offering customers US$5 to enable Adobe Flash in their browsers.…
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Groove breakthrough prevents shameful leakage Video A biophysicist has found a way to save precious wine drops from leaking down the side of the bottle after it’s poured into a glass.…
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Certs will keep working, but Chrome will be suspicious, soon Updated Google's Chrome development team has posted a stinging criticism of Symantec's certificate-issuance practices, saying it has lost confidence in the company's practices and therefore in the safety of...
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Nearly a month after the last development build, the deepin team has announced the availability of the release candidate for the upcoming deepin 15.4, a Debian-based desktop Linux distribution featuring Deepin Desktop Environment as well as a range of custom applications and ...
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First we'll get non-digital Leia and Han Solo: Young Adult with Chewie and Falcon back-story Disney CEO Bob Iger has told a conference that the company is contemplating “what could be another decade and a half of Star Wars stories.…
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has ordered a 'mandatory social media check' on all visa applicants who have ever visited ISIS-controlled territory, according to diplomatic cables obtained by Reuters. The four memos...
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The chaos surrounding Donald Trump and Paul Ryan's monster of a health care bill grows: a long-planned vote in Congress was called off today, representing a devastating blow to the narcissist-in-chief's bravado. Late news on Thursday night, “The President told Steve Bannon ...
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Twitter has started surveying users to check their interest in a new enhanced version of its TweetDeck product, raising the possibility that the company is considering a paid version of its service. The move by Twitter comes in the wake of its almost flat revenue growth and...
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Move along, nothing to see here, says NASA. It's just Sol cycling as usual NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory has spotted nothing for the last two weeks, which is unusual.…
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