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Tuesday September 19, 2017. 09:59 PM
Passwords, server schematics and encryption keys up for grabs in open file store Updated Media monster Viacom has been caught with its security trousers down. Researchers found a wide-open, public-facing misconfigured AWS S3 bucket containing pretty much everything a hacker...
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Apps are gonna break. Plus of course, Apple always screws up the first iteration Apple's latest iOS version is out today – iOS 11 – but before you rush into updating, you'll want to check that it doesn't destroy any of your favorite apps.…
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You want more competition, America? Here's another all-powerful telco monolith Sprint and T‑Mobile US are in talks to create a third major US wireless carrier.…
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Also wants to extend consumer protection to cover more broadband services UK telecoms regulator Ofcom is to introduce a series of measures to clamp down on providers' handling of nuisance calls, billing accuracy, general complaints handling and support for vulnerable...
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That is IT, stationery, toilet rolls, etc 'give us discounts' says outsourcing biz The procurement team at DXC Technologies might consider giving courses on how not to win friends or influence people after sending suppliers an ultimatum: cough better financial terms or...
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In case you were wondering what Git, SQL and JS skills will get you, new online tool measures your value Developers may be no more curious about salaries than any other set of workers, but their high degree of variation in terms of education, skillset and experience – not...
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Joins Three in telling Ofcom: See you in court EE has officially launched its legal challenge against Ofcom's spectrum proposals, a move prompted by Three's judicial review formally submitted earlier this month.…
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You want a remedy? Here's our remedy Google appears to have revived an 'auction-based fix' to vertical search competition complaints, according to Reuters.…
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Starcraft on the blockchain? What a time to be alive Blockchains might be a bit slow today, but one of Ethereum's founders predicts that in 'a couple of years' the popular network will have the same transaction capacity scale as Visa.…
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Norgrove was right: post-Brexit gross £350m a week? Nope As we all know, there are 'lies, damned lies, and statistics'. No doubt that line will be pulled out again to bolster the case for British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson against Sir David Norgrove, head of the UK...
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OEM factory images create 'incorrect registry keys' Microsoft is pointing the finger of blame at HP Inc's factory image for black screens of death appearing after a Windows Update.…
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Go on, you're the breach expert Equifax hasn't found time for a houseclean and is making claims of authority and competence about security breaches that, following its own recent high profile breach, come off as pretty cringeworthy.…
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Lest we forget Stob These days we hear a lot about luring the young away from happy, fulfilling careers and into the world of programming. The kids have been freed from the tedious yoke of the boring and 'Microsoft-heavy' ITC syllabuses courtesy of popular hero Michael...
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DeepMind doesn't stoop, you still conquer The world of artificial intelligence changed in early 2014 when Google paid £400m for DeepMind Technologies, a company founded by neuroscientist and polymath Demis Hassabis.…
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Cross-border cybersecurity certification scheme planned The European Commission has proposed an expansion in the role of ENISA, the EU's cybersecurity agency.…
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It's stylish, but the stylus doesn't add a lot First fondle Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 is everything you'd expect in a premium handset, but the stylus doesn't appear to add huge value.…
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Boffins find search quality unaffected Data, it has been argued, is the new oil – the fuel for the information economy – but its importance to search engines may be overstated.…
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Whither the rapid file transfer app Aspera that Big Blue acquired in 2014? IBM has decided to join AWS and Google in the appliances-to-haul-data-into-the-cloud market, by launching an appliance called “IBM Cloud Mass Data Migration”.…
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Would you trade your CPU time and electricity bill for pirated content? Bittorrent search engine and mortal enemy of intellectual property lawyers, The Pirate Bay, has upset the one group of people that actually likes it: its users.…
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'Tez' targets India, where cash is now a dirty word, will soon hit other emerging economies Google's launched a payments service called “Tez” for India and plans to take it to other nations soon.…
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