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Monday July 16, 2018. 03:32 PM
Everyone seems to know the score... backups, benchmarks and more Quite a few things happened in the land of storage this past week. When it came to hardware, there were a raft of substitutions in the second half, and we also saw the appearance of a new benchmark that hopes...
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Teardown drills into new design Apple has applied a prophylactic to its butterfly MacBook Pro keyboard, teardown specialist iFixit discovered after taking apart a model from the refreshed line.…
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Dungeon generator also excellent at training agents in procrastination How do you train AI agents in language and understanding? Easy – drop them into a Zork-alike dungeon and let then find their own way out.…
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Civil liberties group visits Washington for four-day data and privacy talks The US is under increasing pressure over Privacy Shield as an EU lawyers' association backed MEPs’ calls for a suspension of the deal.…
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And definitely not copper, argues Cityfibre Most Brits think ads for “fibre” broadband ought to mean “fibre to the premises” and not “fibre to the cabinet”, according to a survey sponsored by a FTTP company.…
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Microsoft's apology for Windows 8 is maturing nicely Sunday is a big day in Vulture Central. No, not the football. Sunday is three years to the day when Microsoft’s apology for the Windows 8 generation was released to computer makers.…
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Dive deep with our quartet of workshops If you want to put machine learning to work in your organisation, you should really consider securing a place at one of the four all-day workshops we’re running as part of MCubed before our early bird ticket offer expires in two...
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A decade of technical promise and open-source fall-outs Ten years ago this month, when Lehman Brothers was still just about in business and the term NoSQL wasn't even widely known, let alone an irritant, Facebook engineers open-sourced a distributed database system named...
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Third language added to security scanner GitHub's added Python to the list of programming languages it can auto-scan for known vulnerabilities.…
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Trouble started with a boiling battery and got worse when a ladder fell over Who, me? Welcome once more to “Who, me?”, in which we help Reg readers to unburden themselves by telling anonymised stories of big, bad, mistakes.…
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Chipzilla wants to stick its nose into yet more sections of semiconductor design cycles Intel has acquired fabless designer eASIC, a specialist in the structured ASIC (Application-Specific Integrated Circuit) business.…
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Analytical email, modern web dev tools and more, for both of you who still care IBM’s effort to make its Notes/Domino platform relevant for the future kicks up a gear this week, as the company prepares a second beta of a new version 10.…
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AWS increasingly accepts hybrid cloud is a thing, but would it really get into support? Rumours emerged late last week that AWS plans to make and sell white box switches for you to use on-premises.…
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Some qode qleanup, some tweaks and also an arbitrary numbering thing The QEMU machine emulator and virtualizer has decided the time is right to give the world version 3.0 and seems also to have acted on a vow to qlean up its qode.…
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US commerce dept. counts escrow cash, warns it's always watching, Congress still split Chinese telco kit-maker ZTE is back in business in the USA after doing everything asked of it by the nation’s authorities.…
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Plus BIND bugs, billion-Euro Nokia deal, and push-to-talk gets LTE-rrific Roundup Juniper Networks has issued its semi-regular bug-dump, with sixteen advisories arriving late last week. There's a Spectre/Meltdown patch in there, but you need to go looking: it's in the Junos...
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Saturday July 14, 2018. 11:07 AM
Also, make sure you update your Juniper kit quickly Roundup This week, when we weren't watching the football and sobbing uncontrollably, we saw security headaches at NPM and Ticketmaster, and a priest in hot water with cybercrime charges.…
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A wonderful week in machine learning Roundup Hello, here are some quick AI announcements from this week. A researcher reminds us to be wary of the hype around Montezuma's Revenge, there are some new framework updates from Google and Microsoft, and a new Google Brain office...
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A network's only as strong as its weakest link or worker Hackers can potentially obtain access to Microsoft Office 365 emails and calendars even if multi-factor-authentication is in place, we were warned this week.…
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But is the same system being used on ordinary US citizens? Back in 2013, Canadian John Darrel Krokos got 11.5 years in a US jail for leading a massive cocaine smuggling ring; two years later, his colleague Zaid Wakil was given a 20-year sentence.…
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