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Friday March 22, 2019. 11:32 AM
An entire data centre the size of a sugar cube? Sweet! Scientists in the US, working alongside Microsoft, have managed to encode 'hello' into a readable strand of synthetic DNA, using a fully automated data storage system.…
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We might not have signed up users, but at least we created a standard. It only cost £154m... UK.gov has admitted it was slow to intervene as it failed to meet “overambitious” targets for the adoption of Verify, and has been accused of splashing £154m on creating an...
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Views from the morning after the night before Special Report 5G is like an all-night drunken brainstorm in which the world's brainiest telecoms boffins went wild, and really let rip. The morning after is a real headache.…
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But he did get a $50 cheque, a piece of acrylic and a fuzzy glow that lasted for years On Call Reading On Call, El Reg's weekly instalment of readers' tale of support triumphs large and small, is the best way to start your Friday.…
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Even when it had a copy, it still couldn't stop 300,000 copies from appearing on its site Facebook admitted, at best nonchalantly, on Thursday that its super-soaraway AI algorithms failed to automatically detect the live-streamed video of last week's Christchurch mass...
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Maker insists the privacy cock-up has been fixed, mostly An undisclosed number of Nokia 7 Plus smartphones have been caught sending their identification numbers to a domain owned by a Chinese telecom firm.…
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Rift S adds some technology... but not enough Hands-On It's the annual Games Developer Conference (GDC) in San Francisco, where the great and the good from the games industry converge to show off their new products.…
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Peak US govt bureaucracy locks investigators out of files covering '180' vulnerabilities Least you think working for Uncle Sam in Washington DC is glamorous or in any way enviable, behold this stunning achievement in bureaucratic cock-up, or perhaps conspiracy.…
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US govt sounds alarm over wireless comms, caveats apply Medical gear maker Medtronic is once again at the center of a hacker panic storm. This time, a number of its heart defibrillators, implanted in patients' chests, can, in certain circumstances, be wirelessly hijacked and ...
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Study found Android software slinging deets all over the place Folks using healthcare-related Android apps: after you've handed over your private details to that software, do you know where it is sending your data? If you don't, nobody should blame you. It turns out it can...
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Study finds Android software slinging deets all over the place Folks using healthcare-related Android apps: after you've handed over your private details to that software, do you know where it is sending your data? If you don't, nobody should blame you. It turns out it can...
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Thursday March 21, 2019. 09:16 PM
Figuratively speaking... Source code for cruise-control system allegedly uploaded to iCloud Tesla today sued ex-employee Guangzhi Cao for allegedly stealing the source code for the leccy car maker's Autopilot software.…
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Evaldas Rimasauskas will pay back $50m, faces years in clink for phony hardware bill scam A Lithuanian citizen extradited the US has admitted bilking $122m from Facebook and Google by sending the tech giant's staff bogus invoices for computer gear.…
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Credentials logged for years is antisocial network's latest Zuck-up Facebook today admitted it stored 'some' of its addicts' account passwords in a plaintext readable format. For 'some', read hundreds of millions.…
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Store policy removed key features, alleges complaint Antivirus vendor Kaspersky Lab has lodged a complaint about Apple with the Russian competition authority.…
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A rising tide lifts all boats – Samsung, SK Hynix saw increases too US chip slinger Micron has said that the end of memory oversupply issues is in sight, and demand for DRAM silicon will begin growing again later this year, especially in the cloud and data centre...
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The balancing act of strategy and tactics revealed Promo What does it take to reach a leading role in the security field? There are different paths to take to get there: some go directly from analyst to leadership, others have a more technical background in general IT, or...
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Sort-of union for bobbies has triggered criminal investigation The Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW), a sort-of trade union for police workers, has been battling to contain a ransomware strike on the group's computer systems, it confessed this afternoon.…
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New entry in network attack hit parade: That 2017 Cisco WebEx flaw you patched already (right?) Attacks targeting a years-old – and patched – vulnerability in a Chrome extension for Cisco's WebEx are on the increase, according to security outfit WatchGuard.…
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Pint-sized Scottish squawker wins tribunal appeal over £1.2m tax bill Obsequious breakfast TV host Lorraine Kelly has become an unlikely champion for the UK's freelance techies battling IR35 legislation – after a tribunal ruled she did not owe a £1.2m tax bill as she was ...
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