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Thursday May 23, 2019. 01:04 PM
Source code, pipelines and boiling frogs Interview While many cloudy companies aim for four nines of uptime, it was four ones for GitLab today as the source shack celebrated the release of version 11.11 with a chat with The Register.…
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Haul included employee passports, driving licences, bank statements and more The third-party mailbox used by Computacenter employees and contractors to deposit data for security clearance applications has been hacked and used in phishing scams.…
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Addressing the pro-horticulture/anti-nerdiculture bias Stob When the BBC announced a rejig at Radio 4's Gardeners' Question Time, Stob hoped for a much more radical change of format than a mere replacement head composter.…
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Matched funds for open source developers, plus new features for enterprise accounts GitHub has acquired Dependabot, a tool that helps developers avoid introducing security issues via bugs in open-source libraries.…
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What on Earth are you playing at, Microsoft? Column The future often arrives looking like an expensive toy. From the first microcomputer to the latest self-piloting drone, these 'toys' hide a larger truth: they're the canvas upon which our imagination plays, as we dream up...
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It’s not just a hosted version of the database, says the CEO Datastax Accelerate DataStax, the business built around the Apache Cassandra open source database, is creating a new system-as-a-cloud service using the platform.…
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You probably won't ever get to go to space – but your name can NASA is giving you the chance to send your name off into space.…
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When the agenda goes up, the tickets do too... Event Whether your serverless ambitions are AWS Lambda, Azure Functions, or Google Cloud focused, you should really join us at Serverless Computing London in November.…
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No word if a trip through Manchester was scarier than atmospheric reentry Having spent the last 20 months being lugged around the UK, the Soyuz capsule used to ferry British Astronaut Tim Peake safely back to Earth is returning to London's Science Museum.…
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No cybersecurity rules means networks are destined to be balkanized Analysis Chinese telecom giant Huawei – the most prominent target of the Trump administration's decision to declare a national emergency to protect American IT infrastructure by banning technology provided ...
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Long story short: Models are ineffective, racist, dumb... Analysis AI experts, lawyers, and law enforcement urged US Congress to regulate the use of facial recognition technology during a hearing held by the House Committee on Oversight and Reform on Wednesday.…
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Wednesday May 22, 2019. 11:28 PM
Meanwhile, privacy advocates run screaming from news, trip, end up in hospital Comcast is working on a health device complete with motion sensors that will keep tabs on elderly or disabled people in their own homes.…
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Safari tech ready to be ignored by online ad giants like all other privacy proposals Apple's WebKit team, which develops the plumbing beneath the iGiant's Safari browser, has proposed a way that online ads can be measured while maintaining the privacy of those browsing the...
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Snapdragon giant 'strangled competition' and forced others to pay unfair fees Qualcomm abused its monopoly on critical chip patents for decades, a US federal judge in California said on Wednesday in a decision with radical implications for the cellphone market.…
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Never say never as reseller veteran returns to reselling land with reseller buy Phil Doye, the former majority owner of Kelway who sold the business to CDW for $431m, is dipping into his cash pile to slurp public sector reseller SBL.…
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It's so confident, 2019 models are on the free repair scheme Apple has such confidence in the new MacBook Pro's reimagined butterfly mechanism that the laptop qualifies from day one for inclusion in its expansive keyboard repair scheme.…
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Doubleclick complaint alleges Chocolate Factory's data handling breaches GDPR Updated Ireland's Data Protection Commission has launched a formal investigation into adtech giant Google over alleged breaches of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), potentially...
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Don't mind me, I'm just the thing you run your business on KubeCon Europe While customers gawped at the shiny bauble of Windows 10, Microsoft trotted out the 1903 version of its workhorse big brother, Windows Server.…
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War crimes trial takes a fresh twist The US Air Force has opened an investigation into a 'malware' infection – which it is blaming on lawyers employed by the US Navy who are working on a war crimes case.…
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NSA services switched on next Thursday. No not THAT NSA UK mobile firm EE unveiled a lineup of launch devices this morning for when it flicks the switch on 5G services in six British cities, with one notable absence: Huawei.…
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