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Friday June 21, 2019. 04:31 PM
IF (DateTime.Now > Spring) { WHILE (Windows!= Done) Spring++; } Microsoft enlivened an otherwise deadly dull Windows 10 Insider build by revealing the corporation now defines its own seasons.…
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Chief points to strain on global supply chains as earnings miss analyst estimates Welsh chip and wafer maker IQE's shares fell by almost a third this morning when it warned that the impact of the United States' Huawei ban is likely to be worse than expected.…
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Dios mío, eso es nuestro buitre! An, er, eagle-eyed Reg reader holidaying in Spain has spotted an uncanny resemblance between this organ's beloved mascot and an equally vulturine logo being used by a peninsular paragliding concern.…
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Only the Chinese now to OK $34.5bn slurp With the EU tipped to approve IBM's $34bn slurp of Red Hat next week, the open-source software house started Q1 of fiscal '20 with double-digit hikes in sales and profit, though its top line fell short of analyst estimates.…
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More delays ahead for troubled programme The UK Home Office has extended its Emergency Services Network contract with Motorola, intended to shift blue-light services to 4G.…
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Cough. I believe you have my stapler People spend an average of two bloody weeks a year just looking for a frigging desk to work at, thanks to hot-desking.…
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Cough. I believe you have my stapler People spend an average of two bloody weeks a year just looking for a frigging desk to work at, thanks to hot-desking.…
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Are you deploying this storage tech – or is it barely on your radar? We want to hear from you either way, please Reg survey We've all seen more than enough marketing hype in IT by now, and probably more enough to last several lifetimes.…
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He then doubled down on spies' 'ghost user' backdoor plan Solving the Huawei 5G security problem is a question of convincing the Chinese to embrace British 'fair play', security minister Ben Wallace said yesterday without the slightest hint of irony.…
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God money I’ll do anything for you Something for the Weekend, Sir? 'People love being sold to.'…
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Urgh, OK Google, call 9... Can you hear me?! CALL 9...arghgh Digital assistants such as Amazon Alexa and Google Home may be able to automatically detect when someone is having a heart attack, and call for medical help, one day, according to this latest research.…
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'Expect actual number to go to be much less' says firm, as 1k put hand up for voluntary redundancy Exclusive DXC Technology has told UK government and Unite that – in a worst case scenario – more than 2,000 locals could be made redundant in the latest round of expense...
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Figuratively, of course On Call As you shut down and wait for Windows or macOS to spend the usual hour installing updates before your weekend can begin, spare a thought for those on the other end of the phone in The Register's weekly On Call column.…
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Phone bone grown from shoddy body tone, it's shown Young people are developing 'horn-like' bone spurs, it's claimed, and smartphone-induced posture problems are apparently to blame.…
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Cluster of rock and ice a sweltering 77K, we're told Astronomers have measured the temperature of one of Uranus’s rings, dubbed Epsilon, for the first time. The result: the cluster of ice and rock is a nippy 77 kelvin.…
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If you've dreamed of advancing human obsolescence, your time is at hand Facebook's software can't catch all the vile content uploaded to its servers by its addicts, which is why the multibollion-dollar antisocial network relies on relatively poorly paid contractors, who work ...
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Can't spell SupportAssist without 'ass' and 'u' – other makers may be hit, too Updated Dell's troubleshooting software SupportAssist, bundled with the US tech titan's home and business computers, has a security flaw that can be exploited by malware and rogue logged-in...
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Thursday June 20, 2019. 11:50 PM
Goodbye Sex.com: Voice.com now #1 at $30m Comment This week saw the greatest sum ever paid for a domain name: Voice.com was sold in an all-cash deal for $30m to a company called Block.one, more than doubling the previous, longstanding record of $13m for Sex.com.…
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Apple issues voluntary recall for godforsaken laptops, again Apple has urged its fans to stop using certain MacBook Pro models, and has issued a voluntary recall of the notebooks, after they were found to be prone to battery blazes.…
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Patch released after crypto-currency biz sounded alarm The development and release of a critical Firefox security patch this week was, in part, triggered by an attempted cyber-heist of crypto-coin exchange Coinbase.…
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