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Tuesday January 15, 2019. 11:26 PM
Security hole can still be exploited to tamper with journeys, warn infosec bods Exclusive A security hole in a widely used airline reservation system remains open to exploit, allowing miscreants to edit strangers' travel details online, The Register has learned. A fix to...
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Government facial surveillance harms civil liberties, advocacy groups warn The campaign against Uncle Sam's use of facial recognition stepped up a notch this week: scores of rights-warriors have urged Amazon, Google, and Microsoft to cease selling the panopticon tech to the...
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'We take access to sensitive data and permissions very seriously...' No giggling, please Paul Bankhead, director of product management at Google, has told programmers that apps in the Play Store that want access to SMS or Call Logs will start being removed unless the...
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Congressman warns telco regulator: Must Pai harder America's comms watchdog, the FCC, is under fire for refusing to brief Congressional staffers on what exactly it is doing about cellular networks selling citizens' location data to dodgy characters.…
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'You're fired' Rise of the Machines™ The world’s first hotel “staffed by robots” has culled half of its steely eyed employees, because they’re rubbish and annoy the guests.…
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Controller tech precedes NAND-tastic summer An SSD controller company has demonstrated faster SSD access with a gen 4 PCIe controller that was twice as fast as gen 3 PCIe.…
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Top US justices hear oral arguments in copyright battle Rimini Street and Oracle were once again at odds in the courtroom yesterday, as the US Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the pair's long-running copyright battle.…
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Lucky few get Chocolate Factory's endorsement as Enterprise Mobility Management Google is extending its Android Enterprise Recommended program to mobile device management.…
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Authentication is simply AWOL for remote RF control equipment, says Trend Micro Did you know that the manufacturing and construction industries use radio-frequency remote controllers to operate cranes, drilling rigs, and other heavy machinery? Doesn't matter: they're...
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Have fewer phones, less internet access, says report Disabled people are being left behind by the technology industry - both in terms of services and an understanding of what technology can do, a new Ofcom study has claimed.…
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Half a billion dollars plus of funding, and counting Palo Alto storage software startup Rubrik has inhaled $261m in an E-round of funding, taking its total funding to north of $553m and giving it a $3.3bn valuation.…
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£26m 'deducted' from payments but Public Accounts Committee remains sceptical Senior British Army generals have defended Capita's disastrous Recruiting Partnership Project (RPP) IT contract – despite confessing that the military will miss this year's recruiting targets by ...
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Subject to German competition authority approval, natch IBM is to buy Deutsche Telekom's ailing maniframe unit, according to multiple sources.…
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Chipzilla says it has 'options' to source Optane 3D XPoint, 3D NAND production elsewhere Micron has confirmed it will indeed buy Chipzilla’s interest in their IMFT flash foundry joint-venture based in Lehi, Utah.…
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Says it used tech to settle 3 million forex transactions, $250bn in payments last year HSBC claims to have settled three million foreign exchange (FX) transactions and made payments worth $250bn using distributed ledger technology (DLT).…
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Group says search giant hasn't changed its ways – and wants the public to know Googlers are launching a public campaign in a bid to end forced arbitration as part of the battle over harassment allegations levelled against the corporation.…
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Blames 'internal pressures' rather than a software giant getting stroppy about foldables As Windows 7 tipped over into its 12-month march to oblivion, the popular Windows tracking site, BuildFeed, issued its final update.…
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You just need to tell us who you are... Events If you’re heading down the path of DevOps, Continuous Delivery, Containers and all the rest, we’re guessing part of your plan is to save money, or at least spend it as efficiently as possible. But let’s face it, nothing...
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Also: US Commerce Dept blocks export of tech developed by Silicon Valley subsidiary It's only the third week of January, but 2019 is turning into a horror year for Huawei: the company's phones have now been reportedly banned from a major research institute in Taiwan.…
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Unfortunate SpaceX workers start a different sort of countdown Roundup While China's rover kept on trundling, the news was not so cheery for workers in the US space sector or radio telescope fans over the past week.…
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