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Wednesday June 19, 2019. 10:10 AM
Going underground, where the servers are caged and there's water around Feature Parisian cloud and web-hosting outfit Scaleway invited The Register to poke around an underground data centre last week as part of the company's inaugural ScaleDay shindig.…
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Agenda revealed – get your tickets today for November conference Event We’re thrilled to announce the first tranche of conference speakers for Serverless Computing London, which will return to the UK capital from November 6 to 8.…
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Think we're at RISC of overdoing the Intel puns Ubuntu is set to drop support for the i386 processor architecture beginning with its next release.…
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Massive data dump, code release for E.T. hunters After years of listening to the cosmos, scientists have failed to pick up any sign of alien civilizations. So, the experts have dumped online a petabyte of signals picked up from the Breakthrough Listen project so nerds like...
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Follow us down the rabbit hole in uncovering who is possibly responsible Google has removed a Chrome extension called Youtube Queue from its official online store for violating its program policies following complaints it was hijacking users' web searches.…
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Watch Rasputin sing like, uh, Beyonce, Einstein natter away... Videos Remember that artificially intelligent software that could transform lifeless still images, such as portrait paintings, into moving heads? Well, you can now take a single photo or picture of someone and...
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150,000 personal records on people, including US veterans, upset with their healthcare In what has become a depressingly common occurrence, the personal information of hundreds of thousands of people may have fallen into the wrong hands because yet another organization did...
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Tuesday June 18, 2019. 11:52 PM
Just make sure you're running the latest version Mozilla has released an emergency critical update for Firefox to squash a zero-day vulnerability that is under active attack.…
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'Customers want tech as a service, they also want it on their terms' – at least 50% correct, there, Ant HPE – the company that failed to cut it in the public cloud and offloaded its Enterprise Services biz a few years back – wants to make its whole portfolio available...
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We can't decide if Primera sounds like a Thundercats character or a 1990s eurodance hit HPE has pitched Primera, its new high-end storage platform, at mission-critical applications, and it may eventually edge out the 3PAR line.…
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Digital currency tokens coming to WhatsApp, Messenger next year Comment Facebook – the global ad business pilloried repeatedly over the past 15 years for privacy disasters – on Tuesday announced a scheme to allow account holders to buy credits and spend the digitized...
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The tables are turned, database tables that is The healthcare debt collector ransacked by hackers, who gained access to millions of patients' personal information, has filed for bankruptcy protection.…
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Photoshop-compatible files, 3 types of brushes in touchy app Adobe has unveiled Fresco, the new drawing and painting application – previously known as Project Gemini – that should be out later this year.…
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Up to hundreds of petabytes per filesystem, thanks to Lustre Tintri's California-based data-nomming daddy, HPC player DDN, has squeezed out the latest crop of appliances in its EXAScaler product family, EXA5.…
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Hint: The pub is that way >>> Updated Google Calendar has gone TITSUP* with no sign given as to when it should be unborked.…
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What next? Tugging the Test Plans? Grappling with GitLab? Microsoft-owned GitHub has waved a big bunch of bamboo shoots at code collaboration outfit Pull Panda.…
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What? We're not afraid it'll attack us in our sleep. Are you? Blighty's Ministry of No Fun Allowed* has continued to live up to its nickname by slapping an export ban on a fugly crab ornament that by all rights should be locked in a chest and slung into the deepest abyss...
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Well, oil be damned. Faster computers, faster apocalypse? French oil and gas supermajor Total will be seeking to pump even more flammable stuff out of the ground after purchasing the world's most powerful commercial supercomputer from IBM.…
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Microsoft's risky strategy: Develop on Windows, deploy to Linux Docker has published details of what its container technology will look like for developers working on Windows, after the release of Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL 2) that is currently in...
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Contents were cached by Google so we can all point and giggle Updated Someone in the Parliamentary Digital Service managed to leave a server so completely exposed to the internet that Google indexed the Windows machine’s operating system.…
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