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Thursday March 14, 2019. 08:59 PM
Get ready for handhelds with notebook-beating RAM chips Samsung has unveiled a 12GB cellphone DRAM module it hopes will be part of next-generation smartphones.…
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Is a single tweet enough when millions of people's communications are affected? Facebook has said a 'server configuration change' was to blame for an 14-hour outage of its services, which took down the Facebook social media service, its Messenger and WhatsApp apps,...
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Plans to squeeze out enterprise data cloud in next two quarters Cloudera and former open-source database rival Hortonworks may have merged in a defensive manoeuvre but CEO Tom Reilly seems to have spied a bigger existential threat – AWS.…
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Not on 5.1.1? You should be A newly revealed vuln in the open-source CMS WordPress allows an unauthenticated website attacker to remotely execute code – potentially letting naughty folk delete or edit blog posts.…
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Euro space agencies approve air-breathing engine testing Britain's Reaction Engines has been given the greenlight to press ahead with an ambitious testing programme for its SABRE air-breathing rocket engine.…
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The technology's not ready – but they won't wait If anyone knows the state of play in 5G, it's Regius Professor Rahim Tafazolli, director and founder at the Institute of Communication Systems and 5G Innovation Centre at the University of Surrey, and the government's go-to...
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Pint-sized drive in quart bottle Toshiba has pushed out its 2.5-inch XD5, a physically smaller gumstick format with a waspy 7mm thickness slotted into a larger case so that it can slip into standard drive bays.…
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What do you think A is for, staffers? Oh yeah, no one asked you... Capita today did what Capita does best: confirmed yet another round of 'cost competitiveness initiatives' to chop out even more people, cut real estate, and squeeze suppliers. Predictably, the stock exchange...
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Make smarter decisions about IoT Promo More and more organisations are realising it can make sense to process data and make decisions using smart devices at the edge rather than in the cloud.…
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Compromised government website slurps buttload of data about applicants A Pakistani government website was compromised with a keylogger and other malware that hoovered up a whole host of information about people checking on their passport application status.…
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Pesky JavaScript harvester strikes again Updated Sportswear brand FILA is the latest outfit to fall victim to card-stealing JavaScript of the kind that menaced British Airways and Ticketmaster last year.…
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Four months to arrive at 31,415,926,535,897 digits Emma Haruka Iwao, a developer advocate at Google Cloud, has celebrated Pi Day (3/14) by setting a new Guinness World Record for calculations of the beautiful mathematical constant, reaching a number with more than 31.4...
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Meanwhile, Skip-Ahead testers glimpse Notepad of the future Some excited Windows Insiders, breathlessly awaiting the first 19H2 build of the operating system, instead found themselves booted off the programme after installing the latest Fast Ring emission.…
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Bridenstine reckons the agency should try sticking to its dates Fresh from a budget that has deferred the future of NASA's mega-rocket, the Space Launch System (SLS), the agency's own administrator has hinted that the present is looking iffy as well.…
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Last chance savings on 3 days of DevOps, containers and more Events The early bird ticket offer for Continuous Lifecycle, our three day dive into DevOps, Containers, Serverless, and Continuous Delivery, closes tonight, so if you want to save £100s on conference and workshop ...
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2019 just a transition year, says French watchdog European data protection agencies have issued fines totalling €56m for GDPR breaches since it was enforced last May, from more than 200,000 reported cases – but watchdogs have said they're just warming up.…
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Quantum solace: Encryption to die another day Special report Quantum computing has been portrayed as a threat to current encryption schemes, but the ability of finicky vaporware to overthrow the current security regime looks like it's massively overstated.…
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Music's violent subject matter has little effect on the listener In a shocking turn of events, boffins have used the power of science to determine that, generally speaking, death metal fans don't actually want to rip off your head and shit down your neck.…
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Boffins baffled by Bennu: We're due to visit asteroid but it's whirling faster and faster Bennu, the asteroid targeted by NASA for its OSIRIS-Rex mission, is spinning at increasing rate and scientists aren’t quite sure why.…
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You do know just dragging stuff to the delete folder doesn't wipe stuff, right? Apparently not About two-thirds of USB memory sticks bought secondhand in the US and UK have recoverable and sometimes sensitive data, and in one-fifth of the devices studied, the past owner...
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