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Monday May 13, 2019. 03:13 PM
One of 20 firms to receive fail badge UK tech reseller Computacenter has had a big red warning slapped on it for not having enough women on its board of directors.…
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Watch your back, Larry E: New tech's hitting Beijing on Wednesday Huawei is about to make life more complicated: it is gearing up to launch its own database product, featuring machine learning and compatible with Arm-based processors.…
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Department to appeal High Court ruling over ministerial powers UK Home Office ministers are to appeal against a High Court judgment, handed down a few weeks ago, that prevents them from ordering regulators like Ofcom to stop carrying out their statutory duties.…
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Hackers got in via offsite machine used for cloud performance testing A customer email from biz automation outfit ConnectWise has revealed that a ransomware attack was to blame for an outage which crashed its systems for a whole day earlier this month.…
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Mind the fap Commuters on London's Wandsworth-Clapham service last Friday morning had yet another reason to awkwardly avoid each others' gazes as grunts and groans from what sounded like a pornographic film oozed out of the train's Tannoy system.…
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Applies for European Arrest Warrant Sweden's deputy director of public prosecutions Eva-Marie Persson is reopening an investigation into WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange regarding allegations of rape.…
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Out of 25 million? Cripes The Office of the Australian Data Information Commissioner's quarterly report has revealed that more than 10.5 million Ozzies – about 40 per cent of the lot of them – had their personal data slurped in one single incident in the first three...
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'No side agreements' Autonomy Trial With the Autonomy Trial in full swing over HPE's allegations that the British software company fiddled its accounts to inflate its buy price, what exactly were the corporation's internal rules on recognising revenue? An internal...
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Live code-breaking and beer A curse follows Enigma, the cryptography device deployed by Adolf Hitler's military during the WWII to protect their Morse communications from the Allies. That curse? Invisibility.…
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Engineer reveals departmental porkies, gets told never to leave his desk again Who, Me? Monday has once again reared its head, and with that we welcome you back to Who, Me?, El Reg's weekly column where techies tell us about incidents from days of yore.…
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Plus, Diachenko strikes again with Indian data find Roundup Last week, a Symantec boss stepped down, a Chinese hacker was called out, and an AirBnB hidden camera creep was cuffed.…
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Sunday May 12, 2019. 04:10 PM
Nobody likes monopolies Northern Virginia is the most important data centre market on the planet, with more than a gigawatt of colocation capacity, and even more servers hidden in cloud data centres.…
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What a d*ck move! Singapore criminalizes unsolicited nude pics A little wood could soon get you the cane (or at least some time behind bars), thanks to a recently-passed law in Singapore that criminalizes sending unwelcome nude photos.…
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Saturday May 11, 2019. 04:32 PM
Bits and bobs from the week's AI news Roundup Hello, this week's AI roundup is short and sweet. If you've been waiting to play with OpenAI's GPT-2 model, here's your chance. Also, Waymo and Lyft are working together to bring self-driving taxis on the road.…
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Simple hack turns them into super secret spying tool A GPS tracker used by elderly people and young kids has a security hole that could allow others to track and secretly record their wearers.…
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Wow, cool, they look free to use... *checks invoice the next day*...They most certainly were not free If something seems too good to be true, it probably is. There appears to be a bug in the Google Cloud Platform online user interface that may lead engineers into thinking...
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Probe found dangerous levels of lead, cadmium in stuff sold via web souk Amazon on Thursday agreed to pay $700,000 and stop selling toxic children's school supplies and jewelry – after a probe found dangerous levels of lead and cadmium in some of the e-commerce site's...
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Friday May 10, 2019. 11:45 PM
It's the art of the deal, folks New tariffs imposed today by the US government on Chinese imports will hit the tech industry hard, with everything from semiconductors to networking equipment now taxed at 25 per cent.…
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Debut skids off the road as people reluctantly admit they hoped everyone else's stupidity would help them cash out It couldn't have happened to a nastier company.…
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GitHub Package Registry provides libraries and other bits and bytes for Java, JavaScript, Ruby,.NET and more GitHub today will introduce the GitHub Package Registry, a service to allow software developers to publish and manage public or private software packages for a...
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