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Monday May 21, 2018. 02:04 PM
They've gone array The board at storage startup Reduxio has hired a shiny new CEO amid a wave of senior exec changes, sources have told El Reg.…
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Revamped Antares booster lobs cargo freighter at ISS Orbital ATK's Cygnus freighter launched from Wallops Island, Virginia, this morning carrying supplies, spares and science to the International Space Station.…
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Unclear if employees wanted to figure out shape of him Two hospital workers have reportedly been disciplined for accessing Ed Sheeran's personal details after he was admitted following a bicycle accident.…
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Unclear if employees wanted to figure out shape of him Two UK hospital workers have reportedly been disciplined for accessing Ed Sheeran's personal details after he was admitted following a bicycle accident.…
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We're no pushover Analysis Xiaomi's entry into Europe is as feared as it is anticipated. With its vow to keep profit margins on hardware below 5 per cent and make the rest up on services, er, somehow, the Chinese firm threatens a consumer electronics price war that goes way...
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Bug behaviour in the wild Stob 'Plastic-eating bugs could help solve the global plastic pollution crisis,' was the Guardian's rather chirpy take on this story, triggering the recollection of a childhood nightmare. I inhaled my mouthful of coffee. The office youngsters...
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Cloudy tech seen in oversized suit holding temperature probe Hidden away among the interminably long keynote speeches at Microsoft's recent Build event was a project to delight the retro enthusiast.…
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Microsoft slurps conversational-AI startup Semantic Machines Microsoft's decided its Cortana speech assistant needs a bit of buffing to survive in a world where Google AI can book restaurants and a parrot can turn the lights off with Alexa*, so the company has acquired a...
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An incident that started with a lazy slave ended with a rousing recovery Who, me? If the thought of another week at work has you down, worry not: The Register has another instalment of “Who, me?” for you to read, so you can enjoy another tale of errors made by someone...
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So ministers hit the airwaves to reveal looming ‘obligation’ for rapid abuse takedown and colossal fines for not doing it Just four of 14 social networks asked to consult with the UK government on regulation of social media attended the talks, so ministers have revealed...
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Retro computing fans wrap classic DEC fascia round world's fave hobby machine Always wanted a PDP-11, but don't have space for the iron? Good news: an obsolete computer enthusiast s offering beta tests of a kit designed to recreate the famous Digital Equipment Corporation...
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Store-and-forward probe TESS warms up its cameras with a snap of 200,000 stars NASA’s exoplanet-spotting Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) has successfully manoeuvred around Earth’s moon.…
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That's 'Total Outage Ends Support for Usual Performance', natch Updated Telstra's mobile network experienced a nationwide outage on Monday morning, May 21st, 2018.…
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He turned LG into the global electronics brand we know today LG chairman Koo Bon-moo has died, aged 73.…
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Saturday May 19, 2018. 10:29 AM
EFF wins another privacy battle, ICE chips off AI spy plan Roundup Here's your guide to this week's infosec news beyond what we've already covered.…
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Plus: Classifying frogs can be hopping mad Roundup Hello, here's our weekly AI roundup. We have more information on how Google's sentence prediction in Smart Compose for Gmail works, as well as some questions about its Duplex robo-caller system. Also, decision trees to...
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Classifying frogs with AI could be hopping mad AI roundup Hello, here's our weekly AI roundup. We have more information on how Google's sentence prediction in Smart Compose for Gmail works, as well as some questions about its Duplex robo-caller system. Also, decision trees...
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Friday May 18, 2018. 09:58 PM
Literally the 12th time corporate revenue put ahead of society and culture The US Congress is looking to extend copyright on some sound recordings to a staggering 144 years – making it the twelfth time copyright rules have been extended since the 1970s.…
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Pundits quick to erect straw man Comment Once again, a mass murderer has opened fire at a school in America – this one is Santa Fe High School in Texas – and video games are already being blamed. Rather than, oh, say, gun control, or the lack thereof.…
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And what reason would you have not to trust Facebook with your personal data? Updated Social networking site and market-leading data broker Facebook is once again taking heat for playing fast and loose with its access to personal information.…
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