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Wednesday September 13, 2017. 05:56 AM
Lasers are too pricy, so we're using BLINKENLIGHTS instead As low-cost satellites become more common, researchers are turning their attention to improving their communications capabilities without adding crushing costs.…
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US safety regulator finds computer in fatal Tesla crash could have intervened earlier America's National Transport Safety Bureau (NTSB) has decided that late Tesla-driver Joshua Brown was responsible for the crash he died in, but that Tesla's Autopilot contributed by (at the ...
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Everything hip is new again Slack has re-invented some stuff Lotus Notes did 20 years ago and declared it will make you more productive.…
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This might be the rare case of a bug you don't want patched SAP admins, there's an e-mail system bug that could give your HR department headaches, by blocking peoples from registering their e-mail with its E-Recruiting system.…
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Boffins reveal code for turning cow pies into cash The US government wants you to use its software, and if you're into manure, so much the better.…
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Radio jets beamed from gigantic black holes are still a mystery Physicists have managed to analyze the hidden 'tails' swirling around quasars in supermassive black holes by using a combination of radio telescopes and the Gaia space observatory.…
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Cupertino's choice just about wraps it up for the Airfuel Alliance Apple's keynote may be good news for fans of its products, but it must have made grim listening for members of the Airfuel Alliance.…
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Look Microsoft, we'll stop these headlines when your stuff stops getting pwned While much of the tech world is still fixating on Apple's $1,000 face-reading iPhone, administrators are going to be busy testing and deploying this month's Patch Tuesday load.…
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To be fair, it's a hard hack to pull off Microsoft has downplayed the risks of running a Linux Bash shell command line on Windows 10 via its Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) feature after security researchers said the technology could help hackers smuggle malware past...
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All just part of a broader strategy Mobile World Congress The head of America's telecom watchdog the FCC, Ajit Pai, didn't mention net neutrality by name once during his keynote at the Mobile World Congress in San Francisco.…
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Baffling spec sinks security for short-range comms protocol Security experts have long complained that complexity is the enemy of security, but the designers of the Bluetooth specification have evidently failed to pay attention.…
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Tuesday September 12, 2017. 10:42 PM
Steve Jobs Theater fittingly opens with cult-like showcasing of overpriced gear Apple has summoned friendly press to its new Cupertino campus to christen the Steve Jobs Theater with the introduction of a new set of products to hit the shelves this Fall.…
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'Basically, everything was pwned, from the Lan to the Wan' A security researcher has shamed D‑Link by publicly disclosing 10 serious, as-yet unpatched vulnerabilities in a line of consumer-grade routers without notifying the vendor first.…
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But holds out hope that self-driving cars, smart homes and VR can change that Mobile World Congress It may not be happy about it, but the mobile industry has begrudgingly accepted that tech giants Apple, Google and Facebook are driving its industry.…
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Wall of silence remains, albeit with a couple of holes An American judge has denied Google’s self-driving car offshoot Waymo access to details of how Uber hunted for allegedly stolen documents handed to it by former Waymo employee Anthony Levandowski.…
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We're looking at you, accounting* Azure Microsofties have crossed their fingers - and everything else - that Redmond's new VM family will hit the sweet spot for customers with sporadic cloud computing jobs.…
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But HPE, IBM, Cisco and Dell weren't the major beneficiaries... Chinese ODMs were In the server sales growth stakes the big Chinese brands appear to be winning the war against their US rivals, at least if Gartner’s latest stats covering calendar Q2 are to be believed.…
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Cambridge-based biz facing £45k fine for 700,000 marketing mailers The company behind a taxi comparison app that sent more than 700,000 spam texts in the space of 10 days is facing a £45,000 by the UK's data protection watchdog.…
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That would be you, by the way Reg Event We will be taking a long hard look at AI, ML and data analytics at MCubed next month, but there’s one other element we’ll be keeping in mind throughout: humans.…
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Based in Romania? You are safe Exclusive Oracle is cutting costs by shifting pan-European hardware support to Romania in a move that could see hundreds of existing staff made redundant, multiple insiders have told The Register.…
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