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Thursday August 4, 2022. 11:25 AM
It has not gone unnoticed that Microsoft's quality control for updates for Windows has been found somewhat wanting of late, particularly when it comes to Windows 11. We have reported numerous times about problems caused by updates, and then the subsequent fixes -- and,...
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It has not gone unnoticed that Microsoft's quality control for updates for Windows has been found somewhat wanting of late, particularly when it comes to Windows 11. We have reported numerous times about problems caused by updates, and then the subsequent fixes -- and,...
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Akihabara News (Tokyo) — Both Sumitomo Corporation and Kanematsu Corporation have made large investments in UK-based Skyports, which is already developing drone delivery operations in Singapore and seems to be edging toward eVTOL operations as well. In the latest news, Skypor...
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We kept network running 'safely and effectively' on those days, nothing to see here, says Brit telco The two days of strike action by BT call center operators and engineers at the Openreach subsidiary should act as a “wake-up call” to the executive management team at the ...
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It certainly seems like there’s a new data breach every day, but that might be good news if you want to learn how to be a hacker yourself. No, that doesn’t mean joining the villains. Rather, you can put those skills to good use by finding a company’s vulnerabilities and...
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Thanks, we'll take any good news, large or small, right now Vid The aviation industry's attempts to go green are getting a boost from an unlikely place: carbon-neutral jet fuel pulled from thin air.…
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Alexis Ong writes via The Verge: It is a truth universally acknowledged that if you build something on the internet, people will find ways to creatively break it. This is exactly what happened with cohost, a new social media platform that allows posts with CSS. Digging...
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Tech giants and digital rights groups didn't like it, but at least it was a law The government of India has scrapped the Personal Data Protection Bill it's worked on for three years, and announced it will – eventually – unveil a superior bill.…
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Simple to exploit, enough to pocket $3,000 A Danish ethical hacker was able to work his way uninvited into a closed Cloudflare beta and found a vulnerability that could have been exploited by a cybercriminal to hijack and steal someone else's email.…
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Plan to educate the children turned out to be a 'won't someone think of the children?' moment The UK's Parliament has ended its presence on TikTok after MPs pointed out the made-in-China social media service probably sends data about its users back to Beijing.…
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Accenture roped in to find the weakest link One of the world's most prominent and mission–critical uses of the blockchain - The Australian Securities Exchange's (ASX) project to replace its CHESS core trading systems with a distributed ledger – has struck further...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Over a year and a half after tentatively winning $886 million in broadband funding from the government's Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF), SpaceX is still trying to get paid by the Federal Communications Commission. ...
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SOL holders literally S.O.L. Millions of dollars worth of Solana cryptocurrency and other tokens were stolen from seemingly thousands of netizens this week by thieves exploiting some kind of security weakness or blunder.…
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An innocent tweet about a wildly popular online multiplayer game led to a terrifying real-life campaign of doxxing and death threats against employees of game company Bungie. The Record reports: Two employees of Bungie, the American company behind 'Destiny 2' -- a...
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The LWN.net Weekly Edition for August 4, 2022 is available.
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Hopes to save a quarter of hosting costs by binning repos that haven't been touched for a year Exclusive GitLab plans to automatically delete projects if they've been inactive for a year and are owned by users of its free tier.…
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Robinhood is letting go of nearly a quarter of its staff, CEO Vlad Tenev said in a message posted to the company's blog. The Verge reports: 'As part of a broader company reorganization into a General Manager (GM) structure, I just announced that we are reducing our headcount ...
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Or just see it as preparing them for the future What with American students increasingly subject to surveillance software, 15 advocacy groups want the US Department of Education to set monitoring policies that are consistent with civil rights laws.…
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I will be making popcorn if Walker doesn't just deny that he has agreed to commit campaign suicide in the Georgia US Senate race. Raphael Warnock is one of the most eloquent speakers in the US Senate. Walker is a buffoon. — Read the rest
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Microsoft software engineer Stephen Hemminger has proposed removing the DECnet protocol handling code from the Linux kernel. The Register reports: The timing is ironic, as this comes just two weeks after VMS Software Inc announced that OpenVMS 9.2 was really ready this...
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