MacMusic  |  PcMusic  |  440 Software  |  440 Forums  |  440TV  |  Zicos
acirc
Search

PC / Tech. > TheRegister

Friday February 16, 2018. 02:06 PM
Look guys, everyone's doing it Mobile customers face a mid-contract price rise, with all four operators confirming they will hike fees by 4 per cent, 1 per cent above inflation.…
    2
Switch antitrust case rumbles on A US court has agreed to dismiss most of Cisco's IP defences in its long-running antitrust dispute with rival Arista Networks; the latter had previously described them as 'breathtakingly broad, unprecedented and insane'.…
    2
Sort out your safety policies... oh, and share all your travel info with us Private-hire cab firms that want to operate in the UK capital will have to demonstrate how they protect riders' safety and data – and may still only get short-term licences, Transport for London...
    2
And publishers – have you thought of trying something new? Analysis Google's own ad-blocking initiative was introduced yesterday via its Chrome browser.…
    0
Apple suggests wiping your ROD and oiling your ring Something for the Weekend, Sir? My wife has a hairy tongue.…
    0
How DevOps could be about to collide with machine learning DevOps is finally getting somewhere. This year the term is ten years old and like most ten-year olds, DevOps is starting to show signs of puberty and cognitive maturity. According to analyst Forrester, this is being...
    0
Where enterprise servers go, hyperconverged systems follow Analysis If hyperconverged systems are basically enhanced servers then HCI vendors with no server hardware or channel partnerships for their software are doomed.…
    0
Project Honolulu gets a second Tech Preview Microsoft has offered Windows admins a second look at Project Honolulu, its web-based System Center successor.…
    0
It's therefore safe to assume the notch is not going away any time soon The Apple rumour mill has buzzed with speculation that less-than-completely-astounding sales of Cupertino's latest iPhone, the X, mean it might not be long for this world.…
    0
Un-hinged user needed some basic education On-Call Welcome again to On-Call, in which The Register tries to liven up Fridays with reader-contributed stories of tech support traumas.…
    0
Everything we knew was a lie The Andromeda galaxy is actually roughly the same size as the Milky Way, and may not engulf our galaxy when it is expected to collide in about four billion years time, according to new research.…
    0
'Cognitive solutioning' kicks in when you ask Big Blue to solve tricky problems Exclusive IBM is not just telling the world it needs 'cognitive' computing: the company has bet the future of its own services business on Watson-branded services.…
    0
'Cognitive solutioning' kicks in when you ask Big Blue to solve tricky problems Exclusive IBM is not just telling the world it needs 'cognitive' computing: the company has bet the future of its own services business on Watson-branded services.…
    0
Data harvest notice will be checked by default Poll Desktop computers powered by future versions of Ubuntu GNU/Linux may collect information on the PCs – unless users opt out.…
    0
Pair partly responsible for largest bank-card theft ring in American history Two Russian criminals have been sent down in America after pleading guilty to helping run the largest credit-card hacking scam in US history.…
    0
Swipe-a-shag tool gets the dreaded sternly-worded-letter treatment from Wyden Cyber-senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) is asking execs from the parent company of Tinder to please use protection when spreading the love around.…
    0
Says sorry for 'poor experience', vows to pay back missing cash Digital currency exchange Coinbase said it inadvertently charged punters for transactions they never made, effectively draining money from their bank accounts. It has promised to refund the money taken.…
    1
Fine line between free market and favors for pals Analysis The chairman of America's broadband watchdog – the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) – is under investigation by the regulator's inspector general following a series of decisions that appear to favor one of ...
    1
While kicking folks out of 'Murica, Raphael A. Sanchez committed fraud in their names Yet again an insider has been caught misusing a workplace computer system to conduct identity theft and fraud.…
    1
Thursday February 15, 2018. 11:40 PM
Pick another 2FA method: Social network is having a What The Zuck moment Forget fake news, Russian trolls and the gradual cruel destruction of journalism – now Facebook is taking heat for spamming a netizen's phone with text messages after he signed up for SMS-based...
    1
News copyright owned by their original publishers | Copyright © 2004 - 2018 Zicos / 440Network
Current Date
Feb, Mon 19 - 06:46 CET