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Wednesday February 24, 2021. 09:04 PM
Not a great day for Bombardier, Leonardo and Seaspray customers A CAD drawing of a radar antenna stolen and leaked online by criminals is of a military radar system produced by defense contractor Leonardo and fitted to a number of UK, US, and UAE aircraft, The Register has...
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They say 'NASA' and 'ESA', not 'You tried' NASA took its mind off ongoing problems with the testing of its monster Space Launch System by slapping stickers on the fairings.…
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Should be with carriers in the second quarter HPE is getting into the OpenRAN game, with the newly minted Communications Technology Group today launching the OpenRAN Solution Stack, which combines network functionality with a suite of management tools.…
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Yet more woes for embattled industry As Taiwan grapples with a major drought, local chipmaker TSMC has started ordering water by the truckload to supply its fabrication plants.…
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Tiny $4 computer meets tiny OS Those pondering what to do with the latest Raspberry Pi gizmo, the $4 Pico, have a new option in the form of a FUZIX port.…
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Plus: Why the Chocolate Factory only uses code it builds from source Interview Worried about the security of Linux and open-source code, Google is sponsoring a pair of full-time developers to work on the kernel's security.…
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Single-piece blend of metals to help get company into Prime time A 12 metric tonne 3D printer - one of the largest in Europe - has been commissioned by Orbex, intended to allow the Scottish space launch biz to 'print' 35 rocket engines each year.…
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Report says CEO sipped watermelon cocktails with NHS England chief at cosy party Campaign groups are seeking a judicial review of the UK government's decision to award a £23m NHS contract to controversial AI company Palantir.…
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AMD or Intel flavours, Wi-Fi 6, and... an antimicrobial component? Lenovo is refreshing a large chunk of its ThinkPad line, upgrading specs for its mobile workstations-class devices and redesigning the X13 and X13 Yoga portables.…
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Trial date set for February 2022 The multimillionaire former boss of UKFast, Britain's largest homegrown web hosting business, has denied allegations of rape and sexual assault.…
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Opted for 128GB? Better hope that software bloat doesn't bite you Microsoft has dashed fanboy hopes that the swappable SSD in its new Surface Pro 7+ might lead to an upgrade or two in the future.…
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It wanted £128m in wasted spending – but customer wasn't blameless for debacle, rules UK High Court Co-Op Insurance has successfully sued IBM for £13m in England over a £175m Agile software platform contract which collapsed in 2017 after a litany of failures by Big Blue ...
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That's an expensive reimplementation Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has won a £4m contract to bump up the University of Manchester from Oracle Financials version 12.1.3 to 12.2.8 or later.…
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Ah oui, mais est-ce de l'art? Bork!Bork!Bork! While a number of factors may be preventing the average tourist from enjoying European travels, bork appears to know no borders.…
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In 'Woven City' human-driven cars aren't allowed, 'personal mobility devices' get their own roads, and sensors tell robots when you need help Toyota on Tuesday broke ground on 'Woven City', a smart city project in Japan that doesn't permit private cars and where your robot...
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New GIAC qual shows you can put the Sec into DevSecOps and quantify the risk in SRE Promo On the face of it, cloud penetration testing might appear a complex undertaking involving very different architectures, such as containers and Kubernetes, to those found in traditional...
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AWS flicks the switch on EFS too for those who fancy sharing cloudy volumes Amazon Web Services has levelled up its cloudy macOS offering.…
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Hey man, are your cookies trackin' me? Take 'em out. You gotta keep 'em separated Mozilla has revised the way the latest build of the Firefox browser handles HTTP cookies to prevent third-parties from using them to track people online, as part of improvements in build 86 of...
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Study sees increasing adoption of cloaking to bypass cookie barriers Boffins based in Belgium have found that a DNS-based technique for bypassing defenses against online tracking has become increasingly common and represents a growing threat to both privacy and security.…
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Adds ‘Premium’ tier to ‘You can have any CPU so long as it’s a slightly old Xeon’ cloud Cloud contender DigitalOcean has upgraded its cloud, adding AMD CPUs, and adopting Intel's latest Xeon Scalable silicon.…
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