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Tuesday November 13, 2018. 09:11 PM
Wow, what a novel concept: 'Extensive internal validation' Is the Windows October 2018 update here again? Or did it never exist previously? Are we all in a feverish dream where the latest version, build 1809, is stable and fit for purpose, and Patch Tuesday was totally...
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Brit user group presses for info and tools amid licensing fudge SAP has used its annual British user shindig to big up reforms to internal structures and licensing – but customers wary over indirect access won't be won over easily.…
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Steady as she goes with 5G Vodafone's new group CEO has vowed to keep shareholders happy by continuing to pay out dividends in his first earnings conference, despite reporting a €7.8bn loss and falling revenue.…
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2001: A Space Odyssey's villain raised bar for killer robot trope Canadian actor Douglas Rain has died at the age of 90.…
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Data Protection Act isn't our only legal weapon, beams ICO +Comment A UK car industry worker who abused his customer database access to send data to telephone scammers has been sentenced to six months in prison.…
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Rival AWS fluffs US govt cloud, pops up in Italy Playing catch-up with AWS and Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud has pulled the EU dust covers off its cloud onboarding appliance.…
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Optimised Office 365 performance also on cards Cisco has claimed to be 'bringing intent-based networking into every domain', the latest being branch offices which need software-defined WAN capabilities and security.…
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On yer bike, CJEU tells Dutch dairy dealer The EU's highest court has rejected an attempt to use copyright law to protect the distinct taste of a food product.…
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Relief is coming next year, CEO promises Remote Aussies getting their broadband from nbn™'s SkyMuster satellites have been promised a bit of bandwidth relief, with the company deciding to bundle some 'net traffic for free.…
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When an offer looks too good to be true, it always is Chinese phone maker Xiaomi is in damage-control mode after an online promotion coinciding with its big UK launch somewhat backfired.…
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Another way ISS 'nauts can send stuff home Roundup This week Rocket Labs launched six satellites into the nether, the British team on ESA's ExoMars mission had a think about where to land their rover on the red planet in 2021, and Japan helped successfully scrap a load of...
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Let's lift our eyes from the balance sheet and take a look around... Arriving at a recent conference organised by one of the government's many regulatory bodies, I received my obligatory lanyard – and something else, credit-card-shaped, emblazoned with the branding for...
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MariaDB boss says IPO is part of his 3-year plan Interview Michael Howard, Berkley grad and alumnus of Oracle and EMC, took the helm at open-source biz MariaDB almost three years ago. Reflecting on how things have changed, he reckons the biggest shift is in how both...
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Big names missing from 'Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace' America has aligned with China and Russia to scupper a France-led initiative to improve the internet's security. However, French president Emmanuel Macron has promised to battle on.…
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Chrome Dev Summit finds web apps still struggling next to shiny native counterparts If insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results, Google's Chrome team might be a candidate for involuntary commitment.…
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Clue's in the headline. And more importantly: Will anyone but Cupertino care? It looks as though Apple's iThings may get 5G connectivity in 2020 – after Intel promised production of its 5G modem will start in the second half of 2019, and ship in the first half of the...
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BGP attack committed 'grand theft internet' People's connections in the US to Google – including its cloud, YouTube, and other websites – were suddenly rerouted through Russia and into China in a textbook Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) hijacking attack.…
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Arm gets a look-in with first petascale machine, China slips into third IBM can now officially boast it has built the world's two most powerful publicly known supercomputers.…
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Monday November 12, 2018. 11:14 PM
State-sponsored attack looks to infiltrate nuclear Air Force The Pakistan Air Force is the apparent target of a complex new state-sponsored attack campaign.…
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While announcing new pilot project with antisocial network French president Emmanuel Macron has insisted that new laws are needed to limit and protect online content and the internet itself.…
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