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Monday November 13, 2017. 06:58 AM
Companion app recorded audio you while you - ahem - played, but it never left your phone Sex-toy maker Lovsense has told its customers to stop moaning about one of its products, which recorded audio of users as they – ahem – played, and stored it on their Android...
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Also does MIPS, PowerPC, Sparc, and AARCH64 Hacking low-level code on ARM processors just became a little easier after a researcher who operates under the name Azeria Labs put together virtual machines that emulate common hardware.…
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'Dream Chaser' is signed up for ISS re-supply six missions Sierra Nevada Corporation's “Dream Chaser” automated spaceplane has successfully flown and landed.…
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Like Uber but for leaking personal data: a million customer records left on unsecured Hadoop Boston-based ride-hailing hopeful Fasten has coughed to a million-customer data breach that happened because someone left a database lying around unsecured.…
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Sunday November 12, 2017. 11:29 PM
Hardened Android vendor found third parties eating its lunch The folk in charge of the hardened Android distribution CopperheadOS have run into problems with licence violations. Over the weekend, they temporarily disabled over-the-air updates for Nexus devices, and pulled...
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Which is nice as it's the next long-term release and gets Linux into the GPU game Linus Torvalds has given the world version 4.14 of the Linux Kernel.…
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Saturday November 11, 2017. 09:34 AM
It's your weekly security news bytes Roundup Phew, we made it to the weekend. Let's take a look at everything that went down in IT security beyond what we've already covered this week.…
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Your weekend dose of machine-learning updates Roundup It's been an interesting fortnight, sorry, two weeks in AI. In addition to what we've already reported, we have news about HPE developing what looks like a neural network accelerator chip, TensorFlow updates, Google's...
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Friday November 10, 2017. 11:40 PM
And we have evidence to prove it, says biz stiffed out of $1m A crypto-currency collector who was locked out of his $1m Ethereum multi-signature wallet this week by a catastrophic bug in Parity's software has claimed the blunder was not an accident – it was 'deliberate and ...
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Machine-learning tech tries to figure out when your servers are about to fail Interview Park Place Technologies for the past two years has been working with IT services biz BMC to develop a way to augment its data center service business with machine learning.…
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Speaking of white scenes, Apple's diversity is still grim Apple's $1,000 iPhone X may have trouble operating in the winter weather.…
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If you run a website with user accounts, take a look at this research, ta Google has teamed up with computer scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, to find out how exactly hijackers take over its users' accounts.…
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Mr Smith goes to Switzerland Microsoft president Brad Smith appeared before the UN in Geneva to talk about the growing problem of nation-state cyber attacks on Thursday.…
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Tape, DXi and SOS all trend down as SW-defined cloud-native star rises It's blood on the boardroom table at Quantum as an activist investor joins the board, the CEO leaves, the scale-out storage revenue rescue strategy fails, revenues turn down, and hopes turn to a...
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Q3 sales up, global footprint enlarged post NASDAQ listing Oracle and SAP support firm Rimini Street has reported an increase in revenues in its first quarterly results since being listed on the NASDAQ.…
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High-performance servers get data-pumping storage arrays +Comment HPE and DataDirect Networks are partnering to integrate DDN storage and burst buffer products with HPE's Apollo servers and its DMF workflow manager.…
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By a multinational... But, er, RULE BRITANNIA! The UK Space Agency has made a deal with Thales Alenia Space to assemble and test a carbon-measuring satellite, the British government announced yesterday.…
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This programme is not fully supported, please contact your national administration Computing based education has improved in the UK since 2012 but there's still more to be done, according to the Royal Society…
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Sales up, profits not so much Equifax's latest financials lay bare the costly fallout from the embarrassing security breach that exposed 143 million customers' privates in the US and 15.2 million records in the UK.…
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Sorry isn't enough, Sean The billionaire and former Facebook president Sean Parker now says he regrets helping turn the social network into a global phenomenon. The site grew by 'exploiting a vulnerability in human psychology' with its greed for attention and the careful...
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