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Tuesday June 12, 2018. 01:34 AM
If you want to mine, do it in someone else's cloud Apple has revised its App Store rules to place restrictions on cryptocurrency mining, storage and payment across apps it distributes.…
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Embedi and ERPScan find themselves on blacklist Updated An expansion of sanctions on companies connected with Russian government cyberattacks has pulled in two US tech companies.…
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Social networks move to invalidate design claims Facebook and Snap are pushing to have the patents behind Blackberry's massive infringement suit invalidated and thrown out.…
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Social networks move to invalidate design claims Facebook and Snap are pushing to have the patents behind Blackberry's massive infringement suit invalidated and thrown out.…
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Monday June 11, 2018. 11:41 PM
Coinrail theft send vapor-coin prices tumbling A weekend breach and theft at a Korean digital currency exchange is being blamed for a drop in the price of Bitcoin.…
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Coinrail theft send vapor-coin prices tumbling A weekend breach and theft at a Korean digital currency exchange is being blamed for a drop in the price of Bitcoin.…
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More fighting of course! Six months after the FCC voted to kill off its net neutrality rules, today – Monday June 11 – it has finally happened.…
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More fighting of course! Six months after the FCC voted to kill off its net neutrality rules, today – Monday June 11 – it has finally happened.…
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Signs in the sky from diamonds The source of unusual faint pockets of microwave radiation found only in a few regions of the Milky Way has been traced back to tiny specks of nanodiamond dust.…
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Signs in the sky from diamonds The source of unusual faint pockets of microwave radiation found only in a few regions of the Milky Way has been traced back to tiny specks of nanodiamond dust.…
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Major win against business email compromise losses Police have carried out a worldwide wave of arrests that have seen 74 people detained and over $16m in purloined funds seized by suspected whalers, or business email compromise (BEC) fraudsters.…
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Major win against business email compromise losses Police have carried out a worldwide wave of arrests that have seen 74 people detained and over $16m in purloined funds seized by suspected whalers, or business email compromise (BEC) fraudsters.…
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Judge okays $260K in defense costs to Bruce Perens and lawyers under anti-SLAPP Open Source Security, maker of the grsecurity Linux kernel patches, has been directed to pay Bruce Perens and his legal team almost $260,000 following a failed defamation claim.…
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Rising 3PAR dragged down by not so nimble Nimble HPE's all-flash array market share slumped in the first 2018 quarter, and Pure Storage – something of a bellwether because of it was one of the original flash startups – saw its share shrink a tad too.…
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Hi-ho, hi-ho, is it off to IPO? Secondary storage converger Cohesity has raised $250m in D-round funding.…
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SWIFT-linked system was the target, claim infosec types Banco de Chile has become the latest victim in a string of cyber attacks targeting the payment transfer systems of banks.…
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Ageing privileged geezers told: One does not simply 'regulate the internet' UK politicians have been warned to pick their legislative battles when it comes to regulating the internet, and focus on the underlying principles rather than obsess over the companies dominating the ...
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Data centre spending explodes, fuelled by hyperscale cloud, on-prem refreshes, soaring DRAM Server spending is up by a third globally with purveyors of clouds buying up boxes to bulk out data centres, mid-sized enterprises refreshing their own estates and component shortages ...
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Smart numbers make UK debut 'Do not think your house is a hide-out, it is a telephone,' complained Ted Hughes in his poem Do Not Pick Up The Telephone, and EE is helping bring that dystopian vision to life.…
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Plus global mobe mobs name Sigfox top IoT tech lag Internet of Things connectivity tech firm Sigfox is the market daddy, having left competing mobile operator-backed techs for dust – so sayeth ABI Research.…
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