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Monday January 14, 2019. 10:37 AM
Real or satire? Teaching machines to tell apart 'BP ready to resume oil drilling' and 'BP ready to resume oil spilling' Looking for a laugh? You should seek out the ends of satirical headlines and phrases with nouns in them, according to a pair of computer boffins.…
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Javascript boo-boo pinned on server switcheroo Who, Me? Welcome Reg readers, to this week's Who, Me?, in which we gather round to share in another person's painful memories of technical cockups.…
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Bloke binned at Blackfriars for blasting botnet to bork broadband A Surrey man has been jailed for 32 months after admitting to launching distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against an African telco.…
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Sunday January 13, 2019. 12:56 PM
A light snack of machine-learning news Roundup Hello, welcome back to the AI roundup. Here’s a short list of what’s been happening so far since the Christmas and New Year break.…
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A light snack of machine-learning news Roundup Hello, welcome back to the AI roundup. Here’s a short list of what’s been happening so far since the Christmas and New Year break.…
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Saturday January 12, 2019. 11:30 AM
Plus, Vita boot ROM caper, TCL caught slinging Android malware, etc Roundup This week we saw a Huawei official cuffed (again), telcos caught selling tracking data (again) and Microsoft patching dozens of bugs (again).…
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Not much fun back in the West for SpaceX, tho: Staff decimated Pics and vid China's Chang’e lunar lander has beamed back its first pictures of the far side of the Moon.…
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Could someone slide a note on identity-theft protection under the door? Helloooo? With the partial US government shutdown showing no signs of letting up any time soon, senators are pressing treasury and tax officials on cybersecurity.…
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Friday January 11, 2019. 11:58 PM
Fool me once, shame on, shame on you. Fool me, you can't get fooled again*, OK US cellphone networks have promised – again – that they will stop selling records of their subscribers' whereabouts to anyone willing to cough up cash.…
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Watch this game of moist mechanical musical chairs Vid Picture a massive robotic arm gloved with a damp, arse-shaped cushion twerking into a chair for three days straight. That's how automaker Ford tests the durability of its car seats, at least in Europe.…
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Sour Krauts aren't wrong: Tap-to-order gizmo is really dumb Germany has banned Amazon's tap-to-order-a-thing Dash buttons, with a court deciding they break ecommerce laws.…
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The 1930s called. They'd like their silver Starship back SpaceX launched its first mission of 2019, fulfilling its Iridium contract, while the Falcon 9 due to loft the company's Crew Dragon demo mission remained resolutely attached to Florida.…
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Q3 '18 it hit 50.9% of of total IT turnover, according to analyst Abacus-strummer IDC has clocked that quarterly revenues of IT infrastructure (that's servers, storage, and Ethernet switches) for the cloud have officially squeezed past sales into traditional environments.…
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Juliet Bauer to join Livi in April NHS England's chief digital officer has reportedly told staff she is leaving the organisation just days after the government launched its tech-focused long-term plan for the body.…
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Virty OS's latest version rolls up the best bits of 2018 Invisible Things Lab pushed out a point release of Qubes OS this week in the form of version 4.0.1…
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Did he really blow the whistle on security fears? tribunal asked A former vice president of medical app Your.MD has claimed 'false information could be fed into the diagnostic system' as a result of security failings in the software's backend.…
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Former Polish security agency exec also under arrest Polish authorities have reportedly arrested Huawei's sales director and an ex-security agency staffer on allegations of spying.…
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Or Jillin' off, for the ladies UK-based smut viewers seem to be filling their boots before the government's age check kicks in as traffic to xHamster rose 6 per cent in 2018.…
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Activation server fiddling on day of monthly update... really? Microsoft has said that activation errors seen by Windows 7 users should not be chalked up to Tuesday's patch, but rather were an entirely different cockup.…
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Shareholders' suit alleges there was a 'pattern' Another day, another anti-Google lawsuit – this time over claims Alphabet, adtech monolith Google's holding company, 'failed to take meaningful steps to address a pervasive culture of harassment and discrimination'.…
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