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Monday May 29, 2017. 02:02 PM
Has $150 million diversity program, server farms galore, needs 500 hours to sift data After failing in April to shut down reporting of its lawsuit with the United States Department of Labor, Google's told the US court looking into alleged pay discrimination it would be too...
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Taking a look at a new common set of AV rules Analysis The European Parliament has approved a draft law that geo-blocking, the act of offering an online content service in one European Union (EU) country and that country alone, will be scrapped in the first half of next...
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Some folk have Photoshop and too much time on their hands The WannaCrypt ransomware is yet another reminder, if any were needed, that the networks and machines on which society is now so reliant are laughably insecure.…
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And none of those in China show anything while they wait for government paperwork Netcraft's monthly survey of web-facing computers has turned up an oddity: a new web server called “Beaver” that's used by exactly one web site outside China.…
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Network time lords decide we don't need IP address swaps The Internet Engineering Task Force has taken another small step in protecting everybody's privacy – this time, in making the Network Time Protocol a bit less spaffy.…
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Cortex-A75, A55, and Mali-G72 coming next year Chip designer ARM on Monday plans to announce its first set of processors based on its DynamIQ microprocessor architecture, in conjunction with a revised GPU chip.…
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The 1990s called: they want their filepath hack back Until Microsoft patches this problem, use Chrome: a slip in file-path handling allows attacker to crash Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 with a file call.…
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If payroll operator accused of AU$165m scam didn't pay, neither will contractors The Australian Taxation Office has issued guidance to clients of Plutus Payroll, the company accused of AU$165m scam, and says they “will not be penalised” if the company hasn't paid the...
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ClearPass Policy Manager needs upgrade In case you missed it: there's a bunch of bad bugs in HPE's Aruba ClearPass Policy Manager.…
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Two coding-for-kids orgs already overlapped, now plan joint acceleration The Raspberry Pi Foundation and the CoderDojo Foundation have merged in order to combine forces and accelerate both organisation's mission to teach kids how to code.…
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Upside: it could be all over by September Both Cisco and Arista have claimed victory in the latest instalment of their intellectual property lawsuit.…
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'Real, sophisticated, threat' may mean ban on flights to and from USA says Homeland Security head John Kelly United States Homeland Security Secretary Gen. John Kelly says he's considering a ban on laptops in airline cabins from flights that leave all nations, not just...
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Saturday May 27, 2017. 08:41 PM
*Insert canna do it captain joke here* British Airways CEO Alex Cruz has said the the root cause of today's London flight-grounding IT systems ambi-cockup is 'a power supply issue' and that the airline has 'no evidence of any cyberattack'.…
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All flights from Gatwick and Heathrow cancelled British Airways CEO Alex Cruz has said the root cause of today's London flight-grounding IT systems ambi-cockup is 'a power supply issue' and that the airline has 'no evidence of any cyberattack'.…
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You may have to wait a decade or more to join him aloft In a few years, Alphabet president and Google cofounder Sergey Brin is expected to have an airship at his disposal for humanitarian missions and ferrying friends, not necessarily in that order.…
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Nothing new in speech but then that wasn't the point British prime minister Theresa May used Facebook, Google and social media companies as a vote-winning punch bag on Friday, slamming them for not doing enough to limit extremist content online.…
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Is it a Tango? Is it a 360-camera? Or is it a let-down? Android creator Andy Rubin has been running in stealth mode with his forthcoming smartphone startup Essential, but has now released a teaser picture of his new handset.…
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Fast food chain cops to POS malware breach Fast-food chain Chipotle says hackers infected its point of sale terminals to gain access to card data from stores in 47 states and Washington, DC.…
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Even AI researcher jobs at risk by the year 2105 Hundreds of AI researchers have taken a glimpse into their crystal balls to try to determine when machines will finally exceed human capabilities.…
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Friday May 26, 2017. 10:45 PM
Hackers target The Donald's businesses The FBI and CIA are investigating an attempted hack on the Trump Organization.…
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