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Tuesday May 14, 2019. 03:07 PM
British provider's calls, text and data all grind to a halt Updated Virgin Mobile has been having a miserable Tuesday as customers found their handsets reduced to lumps of shiny plastic by a network-wide outage.…
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Shareholders left counting cost of 40% annual payout squeeze. CEO says balance sheet needed some love after 5G spectrum auction overheads Vodafone investors are crying rivers this morning after the telco slashed a FY19 dividend payout to beef up its balance sheet. The...
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Just a downpayment, says administrator Jim Bridenstine US President Donald Trump has put at least some money where his mouth is and requested an additional $1.6bn to land US astronauts on the Moon by 2024.…
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One-month stay of execution won't sweeten $10m in fines Former Autonomy chief financial officer Sushovan Hussain has been sentenced to five years in a US prison for fraud over the 2011 sale of the British software company to Hewlett Packard.…
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Cloudy accounting service takes an extended morning tea break Updated Accounting software giant Sage has been having a few irritating interruptions this morning as users encountered difficulty counting beans with the company's services.…
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'Wouldn't it be ironic if all paths used by open-source developers lead to Microsoft?' Anyone still worry about the Microsoft monopoly? Executive director of the Eclipse Foundation Mike Milinkovich does.…
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SANS brings three immersive training events to London Promo IT security training specialist SANS Institute is bringing three major training events to London this summer and autumn, each offering a bumper programme of intensive courses designed to arm security professionals...
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In space no one can hear you complete form P6719 in triplicate for astro-mandarins Japanese space agency JAXA has been given the all clear from eggheads to attempt a landing on Mars' largest moon, drill into it, and bring a sample back to Earth without an Andromeda Strain...
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Cloud giant's structure, staff practices revealed Deep dive Companies inside and out of Silicon Valley have found their own ways to rapidly develop and deploy features and functionality.…
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What did you think we meant? Our Moon is getting cooler, causing it to shrink. Now, research published in Nature Geoscience on Monday suggests that shrinkage is leading to a whole lot of shaking going on, with a little help from Earth too.…
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Rap for snoopware chaps in chat app voice yap trap flap – now everyone patch Updated A security flaw in WhatsApp can be, and has been, exploited to inject spyware into victims' smartphones: all a snoop needs to do is make a booby-trapped voice call to a target's number,...
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Monday May 13, 2019. 11:40 PM
I'm going to hold a summit, says Pai. Just get on with it, demands fellow commissioner Faced with growing political and legal anger, Ajit Pai, the chairman of America's communications watchdog, has again promised to do something about robocalls – and again left critics...
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330 PoPs and counting Network, cloud, and hosting provider BSO has gobbled up British enterprise connectivity specialist IX Reach, creating, it claims, 'the largest privately owned telecom operator in the world.'…
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Legal action over 30% cut iGiant takes from software sales allowed to continue Folks can sue Apple in the US for forcing app developers to pay the iGiant a 30 per cent commission, America's Supreme Court has decided.…
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Robot overlords making robot overlords A Cambridge-based chip design upstart led by former Arm executives has secured $5m (£3.84m) in venture capital to expand its engineering team and generate more sales.…
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Plus: Investigators granted access to Jules' room in Ecuadorian embassy A woman accusing Julian Assange of sexual assault has welcomed the decision to reopen an investigation into the WikiLeaks founder.…
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Need something older than the last two major updates? Tough – get on the update treadmill Adobe has left customers reeling after bringing an axe down on old versions of its Creative Cloud line-up.…
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But an even faster Maglev method is also in the works The East Japan Railway Company (JR East) began testing a 10-carriage 400kph (249mph) bullet train on Friday night.…
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Yep, PowerToys is back... well, the open-sourcey reboot is, anyway Roundup Bored of Build? Suffering from cloud cramping? It wasn't all Azure, Azure, Azure from Microsoft last week.…
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