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Wednesday January 9, 2019. 04:01 PM
And the beast was given a mouth uttering blasphemous words: 'We value your privacy' Just as well we've hit peak smartphone – the leader of the Russian Orthodox Church has warned that people's dependence on the ubiquitous gizmos will herald the coming of the Antichrist.…
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Alternative headline: Redmond smashes windows to bits Microsoft has announced that it is time to simply tear stuff down and rebuild anew.…
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K8s in production? We’ve got a workshop on that We're very pleased to announce that Joe Beda, one of the founders of Kubernetes, will be delivering a keynote at Continuous Lifecycle London in May.…
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Data regulator notches up another successful prosecution SCL Elections Ltd, stablemate of scandal-hit Cambridge Analytica, has been fined a total of £21,000 after pleading guilty to not complying with an Information Commissioner's Office enforcement notice.…
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Includes a £3m discount. Excludes VAT and delivery Apple's pricing woes do not seem to have worried PC giant Dell, as the flinger of Windows – and occasionally Linux-powered silicon – appears to have unleashed another multimillion-pound laptop on the world.…
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Of course! It's the public's fault it doesn't look like Amazon coughs up enough – we need to better understand corporation tax Things would be lot simpler for Amazon if people had a better understanding of corporation tax and didn't think online tracking was so sinister,...
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Kepler's successor, TESS, turns up its first three exoplanets The space telescope launched last year as the successor to NASA's long-running and very successful Kepler turned in three exoplanets in its first three months of observations.…
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Noticed a missing bollard? Mappy partnership may help Britain's Ordnance Survey is beginning to provide businesses with real-time information for the first time – almost.…
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2018 a cracker for spaceflight. Ignoring Galileo Roundup 2018 was a tremendous year for spaceflight as commercial providers inched closer to carrying passengers and legacy launchers delivered more than a little drama.…
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As in, big enough Lenovo has given its Carbon and Yoga business flagships a makeover – but you won't be able to use one in anger until June.…
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Breathe easier knowing you've tested your software properly A Google cryptoboffin is close to releasing a tool that will hopefully make all of us more secure online.…
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Two-year-old bird in safe mode An Earth-imaging satellite that generated $85m in revenue last year for Maxar Technologies' Digital Globe business went TITSUP: a total inability to snap usual photographs.…
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More suggestive assistant than robo-doc, boffins say Artificial intelligence can potentially identify someone's genetic disorders by inspecting a picture of their face, according to a paper published in Nature Medicine this week.…
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Trusty command interpreter gains some new toys and a jolly good buffing In news that will set the hearts of shell fans all a quiver, Bash 5.0 was released this week, replete with a truckload of fixes along with a few new features.…
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Don't miss ISS's Star Spores: Return of the Fungi Space isn’t, for now, turning bacteria on the International Space Station into nasty superbugs hellbent on infecting astronauts, according to a study published on Tuesday.…
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11 patches ship on Patch Tuesday While you were sighing your way through Microsoft's Patch Tuesday, enterprise vendor SAP slid 11 security advisories under your door.…
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Hyper-V, DHCP, Word, and more. Plus, bonus shock: Adobe spares Flash in January patch dump Patch Tuesday Microsoft has released the first Patch Tuesday bundle of the year, patching up 49 CVE-listed security vulnerabilities and issuing two advisories.…
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Owners claim security vulns have damaged resale price A class-action lawsuit claiming Fiat-Chrysler knew about, but failed to fix, significant cybersecurity holes in its cars will go to trial in America later this year.…
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Tuesday January 8, 2019. 10:52 PM
Well, we all have to start somewhere: Rentable Q machine has just 20 qubits IBM today claimed it will shortly sell the world's first commercial quantum computer – or, more accurately, calculation time on it.…
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Alleged sighting of annoying flying gizmo torments second UK air travel nerve-center London Heathrow Airport temporarily halted departing flights this evening after a drone was apparently spotted hovering in the area.…
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