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Friday March 15, 2019. 05:36 PM
Ways not to win in court, no.94: 'threatening dire consequences to national business' if you lose A High Court judge has blasted the Post Office in a long-running case over whether its Horizon IT system was to blame for alleged fraud by subpostmasters.…
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Distro designed for Windows Subsystem for Linux gains a snappier moniker as 1.2 looms The team at Whitewater Foundry have waved the rebranding wand at WLinux. Behold – Pengwin.…
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Pricey software suite with no real rivals thinks growth will slow Adobe, maker of pricey software for artsy types, is still growing like a weed but last night joined a list of tech titans to forecast a slowdown.…
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Revenue and profitability pain gets cost-saving beancounters to cut jobs Western Digital will cut loose more than 300 people as part of its $800m/year cost-saving initiative starting in May.…
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Plus: Another mayor defecates on floor at swearing-in ceremony, leaves Democracy, eh? It's all fun and games until your elected mayor allegedly opens fire on the SWAT team come to arrest him, which is precisely what cops accused him of doing in the Floridian city of Port...
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Less hiding behind 'national security' to hush up failures, please Britain's Cabinet Office (CO) hasn’t quite bungled the National Cyber Security Programme (NCSP) but it could certainly be doing things a lot better, the National Audit Office said today.…
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Zipline, George and Bungle: It's a Rainbow* of open-sourcing at Redmond Microsoft used the Open Compute Project (OCP) Global Summit to announce the open-sourcing of the company's cloudy compression technology, Project Zipline.…
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Hague, Ovchinin, Koch arrived at their new home this morning It was second time lucky for NASA astronaut Nick Hague as he and fellow crew members Aleksey Ovchinin and Christina Koch arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) this morning.…
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Comarch offers all-in-one infrastructure monitoring Promo Today's businesses are so heavily dependent on their IT infrastructure that the slightest disruption in service can incur damaging losses.…
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Foldable support too Google has released the first official cut of 2019's Android to developers, including a secret 'desktop mode' for external displays, and support for pholdables*. Q is the 10th major platform release of the software that dominates the smartphone market...
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Victor Frankenstein would be impressed Networking software specialist Big Switch has launched a Network Operating System (NOS), cobbled together from freely available open source components.…
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That's the sound of the men, working on the blockchain gang The UK's Department of Fun has gone public with plans to get prisoners skilled up for a world of code upon release rather than a life of, er, crime.…
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'New technology baffles pissed old hack' (© Private Eye) Something for the Weekend, Sir? I became old this week.…
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'He was definitely invoiced' On Call Have you got that Friday feeling? Well if not, there's only one way to get it: reading this week's instalment of On Call, where readers share tech support triumphs and frustrations.…
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Yet another legal brouhaha for Chinese giant, this time nothing to do with equipment bans Huawei Technologies USA, the Plano, Texas-based arm of the Chinese telecom giant, was sued in Missouri on Thursday over an alleged phone explosion.…
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It may have an asteroid belt, worlds similar to Earth and Neptune – and only 470 light years away If, like us, you're dying to get off this ridiculous little rock, here's some hope* to cling onto.…
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It's a match made in heaven for erm, glucunobacter and phosphogypsum Bacteria could help scientists mine rare-earth elements, a critical component in modern electronic devices, from the chemical waste produced from the process of manufacturing fertilizers.…
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Federal Trade Commission will turn Fault-finder, Tinker, Customize this summer America's trade watchdog says it will soon mull over and potentially propose rules to protect folks' right to repair their phones, tablets, and PCs, among other things, without voiding warranties...
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Ellison insists Oracle Cloud is less expensive, more secure than AWS – which is why, er, so many people are flocking to it Oracle on Thursday reported revenues of $9.6bn for fiscal Q3 2019 – which is about what analysts anticipated and prompted the stock to bounce up and ...
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Thursday March 14, 2019. 10:26 PM
Just a plan B, claims Chinese giant, in case we get cut off from Android, Windows Huawei is building its own proprietary operating system platform in case the United States tries to isolate the manufacturer by cutting off access to Windows, Android, and other American-built...
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