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Tuesday February 13, 2018. 12:34 AM
Cheer up – by 2030, we'll have flying cars, too President Trump's administration has handed down a budget for 2019 to NASA – and it effectively kills off key projects in exchange for a vague promise to go back to the Moon.…
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Monday February 12, 2018. 11:44 PM
Chocolate Factory overhauls search engine to end brouhaha Google's deal this month with stock-photo agency Getty to end their legal spat carries one very noticeable provision: an overhaul of the 'View image' button in Google Images search results.…
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Chocolate Factory overhauls picture portal to end legal brouhaha Updated Google's deal this month with stock-photo agency Getty to end their legal spat carries one very noticeable provision: the 'View image' button will be removed from Google Images search results.…
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Sigh with relief, fellow geeks, if you're using them on your home or business network You will never be able to own an official.home,.mail or.corp domain name or email address on the public internet.…
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TensorFlow math accelerators available to rent Google’s Cloud Tensor Processing Unit (TPU) chips are now available to rent on its cloud platform as a beta-grade service.…
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Redmond extends ATP to older builds, adds third-party links Microsoft has back-ported its Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) security toolkit from Windows 10 to Windows 7 and 8.1.…
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Huge advertiser threatens to turn off Zuck's money tap In a highly unusual public rebuke, monster-company Unilever gave Facebook both barrels over its 'toxic content' – and threatened to pull its advertising from the antisocial network.…
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Court favours consumer group in long-running dispute A German court has ruled that Facebook has not done enough to alert people to the pre-ticked privacy settings on its mobile app.…
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Chinese firm blows past costly Cisco and Lenovo Analysis Behind the numbers in Gartner's third 2017 quarter server tracker are some startling revelations concerning Cisco's server pricing and Inspur's arrival as a top-three supplier.…
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Tweak VFAT volume to execute arbitrary code A recently resolved flaw in the KDE Linux desktop environment meant that files held on a USB stick could be executed as soon as they were plugged into a vulnerable device.…
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If you can fly bombs through there, you can fly parcels, too Military efforts to approve the flying of Predator military drones through Britain’s skies could pave the way for point-to-point drone deliveries, newly disclosed correspondence has revealed.…
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Firm in mega cloud tech push Oracle has announced plans to roll out its self-described autonomous technology to all of its Platform-as-a-Service products.…
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Short-term greed risks long-term irrelevance Analysis Rarely has a phone been as widely trailed as Samsung's 2018 Galaxy flagship. When the S9 is formally unveiled in Barcelona in a fortnight there will be few surprises – not only are the design and specs widely leaked but ...
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Don't pay the miscreants – don't even fix a price Free decryption keys for the Cryakl ransomware were released last Friday – the fruit of an ongoing cybercrime investigation.…
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More kit to boost connectivity in rural UK Vodafone has unveiled an eight-metre high 'telescopic' 4G mast, intended to boost speeds in rural areas to 200Mpbs, following a trial in Porthcurno, Cornwall, UK.…
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More kit to boost connectivity in rural UK Vodafone has unveiled an eight-metre high 'telescopic' 4G mast, intended to boost speeds in rural areas to 200Mpbs, following a trial in Porthcurno, Cornwall, UK.…
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Lax policies, coder laziness don't mix well Analysis The sudden departure of a developer from GitHub, along with the Go code packages he maintained, has underscored a potential security issue with the way some developers rely on code distributed through the community site.…
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Civil rights groups slam trial as 'breathtakingly invasive' A police force in England has been kitted out with fingerprint scanners to run identity checks in the street.…
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Cambridge comes to Clerkenwell to talk Existential Risk A sneaking fear that the machines might turn on us is just not good enough - we need to be able to quantify that risk if we want to avoid it, or at least manage it. Or we could just push on regardless and see how things ...
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Quickly now, before the suits show up Open Source Insider The Open Source Initiative, a non-profit that advocates for open-source software and coined the term, celebrates its 20th anniversary this month. It's difficult to conceive of where the internet, indeed the world,...
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