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Friday July 13, 2018. 09:55 AM
Internet of Things and other digital services could suffer under a one-sided deal, warns UK tech industry group.
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From now until September 25, Apple is running a Back to School promotion, and there are some great offers for students. If you qualify, you can bag yourself a free pair of Beats headphones or earphones when you buy a Mac or iPad Pro -- including the Powerbeats3 Wireless in...
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Our hero fixed a spook-puter and tried to take a broken part back to the office On-Call Welcome once more to On-Call, the column The Register squeezes in before the weekend so you can revel in a fellow reader’s tales of tech support terror.…
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Microsoft has launched a free version of Teams, the company's collaborative chat tool. Teams has pitted itself against the likes of Slack since it first appeared, but the arrival of a free edition makes it a viable alternative. As this is a free product, it should come as no ...
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And emits another video that doesn't reflect reality Augmented reality unicorn Magic Leap has finally revealed the specifications of its upcoming AR headset, and promises it will be available this summer.…
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hackingbear shares a report from Popular Science: China Electronics Technology Group Corporation (CETC), China's foremost military electronics company, announced that its groundbreaking quantum radar has achieved capability of tracking high altitude objects, likely by...
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Preview teased in October 2017 is better late than never, but not yet for production data Microsoft’s Azure cloud has turned on a preview of “Azure NetApp Files”, which readers may recall was NetApp teased in October 2017.…
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I spy with my little AI, something hidden under the microscope AI can help scientists spot tiny folding protein crystals, and thus one day potentially assist eggheads in designing new drugs, according to a paper published in PLOS One.…
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We called it the weirdest acquisition ever and investors don’t get the deal either Broadcom’s share price has dipped by nearly 14 per cent after it announced its plan to acquire CA Technologies.…
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We called it the weirdest acquisition ever and investors don’t get the deal either Broadcom’s share price has dipped by nearly 14 per cent after it announced its plan to acquire CA Technologies.…
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No, this story didn’t come through a wormhole in time. Q2 2018 was the best since 2012 Sales of personal computers rose in 2018’s second quarter, making it the best time to be in the PC business since 2012.…
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Guardian: The Republic of Ireland will become the world's first country to sell off its investments in fossil fuel companies, after a bill was passed with all-party support in the lower house of parliament. The state's 8 billion...
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After multiple lawsuits have been filed over the butterfly-switch keyboards found on the MacBook Pro and MacBook lineups, you would think Apple would fix this issue by including a keyboard in the new MacBook Pros that can't be damaged by a little dust. Unfortunately, while...
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‘Benevolent dictator for life’ tired of the hate, leaves behind no successor or governance Guido van Rossum – who created the Python programming language in 1989, was jokingly styled as its “benevolent dictator for life”, and ushered it to global ubiquity – has...
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Sprint on Thursday unveiled a new, more complicated lineup of unlimited mobile data plans. Sprint goes from having one plan starting at $60 per month to four different options costing $50 to $70 a month. 'The main price hike hits customers who want to watch streaming video...
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We’re the lawyers your mom warned you about The NFL, the home of America's favorite form of recreational brain trauma, will find itself a bit less wealthy, after it settled a lawsuit brought by a streaming video software developer.…
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Mr.Intel writes from a report via Reuters: 'Fliers may have a tough time recovering damages for invasive screenings at U.S. airport security checkpoints, after a federal appeals court on Wednesday said screeners are immune from claims under a federal law governing assaults,...
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Quarterly PC sales grew the most since 2012, IDC said Thursday afternoon, driven by commercial demand and a growing American appetite for gaming PCs.Preliminary results for the second quarter forecast unit growth—yes, growth—of 2.7 percent, year over year, to 62.3...
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If you haven't heard, YouTube TV experienced an ill-timed outage yesterday. Well, I suppose there is never a good time for a service disruption, but still, this was during a rather important sporting event. What game was it? The big World Cup match between England and...
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Dune's is the last remaining online fandom that remains pure, writes Sean T. Collins. Spectacular yet sprawling, wondrous yet wooden, prophetic yet problematic, it has everything -- and the best memes, too. Dune references signal shared knowledge to those in the know, and...
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