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Tuesday November 14, 2017. 03:01 PM
How much? No word yet DataDirect Networks (DDN) has added a smaller burst buffer product, decreased RAID rebuild times and introduced a cross-product monitoring and management facility to its HPS/supercomputing storage product set.…
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Oh rats! SSE inks deal to run fibre through Thames Water's subterranean empire London's Victorian sewer network is to be made accessible to fibre cables under a deal between SSE Enterprise Telecoms and Thames Water.…
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'Unknown persons' spin up 244 VMs at cost of $64k. Whoops Miscreants racked up a $64,000 bill on DXC Technologies' tab after a techie accidentally uploaded the outsourcing firm's private AWS key to a public GitHub repo.…
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More Apollo 2000 and 4510 power with wee Apollo 70 entering stage Some of HPE's supercomputer Apollo servers are Skylaked and can now say hello to an ARM-powered infant sibling.…
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Schrems 1 - 1 Facebook Ireland in latest legal opinion Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems' bid to bring a class-action lawsuit against Facebook has been dealt a blow by the advocate general advising the European Court of Justice.…
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Which? found this year's hot playthings lack basic security Consumer advice outfit Which? has today published a report detailing how easy it is to hack some of the most popular 'connected toys' on the market and has called on retailers to stop selling those with 'proven...
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Not known if electric car's autopilot was in use An 80-year-old man has died in County Durham, England, after being struck by a Tesla Model S.…
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Builder's merchant tells punters their privates might be out in the cold Builders merchant Jewson has confirmed in writing to customers that their privates could have been exposed in a cyber break-in that occurred late this summer.…
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Food could be left rotting in trucks at the border MPs have today warned of the 'catastrophic' scenario of UK taxmen at HMRC failing to have a back-up system in place if its Customs Declaration Service (CDS) programme is not ready in time for Brexit.…
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Industrial chic 48-Hour Test The oddly named 'Motion' – not an odd word, just an odd choice – is BlackBerry Mobile's second phone as a new venture, a quasi-startup housed within Chinese giant TCL. It's a hefty slab of durable, full-touch, midrange metal modelled after a...
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Facial recognition isn't the most reliable authentication right now Apple's iPhone X is one of several technologies bringing facial biometrics into the mainstream. It seems to have everything bar a heat scanner; the TrueDepth camera projects an impressive-sounding 30,000...
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If you’re looking for power, you probably haven’t got any Reg Lectures Reg readers were introduced to a who's who of digital power players last week, from Kosovo’s king of fake news, and the Silicon Valley entrepreneurs planning floating startup countries, to, of...
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Money spent, money invested and money to be made Business – it's all about making bigger pies, either by buying in pie and adding it to your own, building a new pie-making plant, or supplying your filling as part of somebody else's pie. Which brings us to Barracuda,...
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'Myca' has staff eating cognitive dog food, which may taste better than prevailing bitterness IBM staff are being asked to eat the company's dogfood in the form of an AI-infused career advice chatbot named “Myca”.…
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ICOs meet advertising in the end-game for the gig economy Cryptocurrencies open the door to a world where everyone has their price.…
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You didn't miss a new standard: CMF is 'colour, materials and finish' and PC-makers use it to make us fashion victims HP Inc says it has flipped its relationship with the PC supply chain, and made colour, materials and finish as important to PCs as CPUs, screen sizes and...
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Bezos' cut price bit barns sell to comply with local laws Amazon Web Services has sold some of its infrastructure in China.…
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Less than a quarter of world has freeish internet communication While America explores quite how much its election was interfered with by outsiders, the news isn't good for the rest of us, according to independent watchdog Freedom House.…
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Assange.org tried to help coordinate Trump's election campaign Julian Assange's WikiLeaks – that bastion of fiercely independent journalism – privately urged the Trump campaign to not concede the 2016 presidential election, to contest the result as rigged, and asked for...
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This could work: Gandalf, Aragorn and Sauron all get busy between The Hobbit and The Fellowship of the Ring Amazon's television limb has announced it will make multiple series based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s the Lord of The Rings.…
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