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Friday February 9, 2018. 07:30 AM
But cryptocurrency not growing for the GPU giants Nvidia’s grip on the GPU market continues to strengthen as it reported its excellent quarterly and full year revenues compared to last year.…
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Chefs scramble after mistake turns 1,500 into 15,000 A group of Norwegian chefs blames Google Translate after the applications improperly ordered 1500 eggs to 15.000.…
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Brushes off latest $121bn bid as too low, too risky, but is willing to discuss deal Qualcomm has rejected Broadcom's latest attempt to buy it, but has also said it is willing to discuss doing a deal.…
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Proper patches under way, but for now - to your command lines, vAdmins! VMware has advised on how to mitigate the Meltdown and Spectre chip design flaws in several of its products.…
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First Semi-Annual release lands with lots of fun for Windows admins and the hybrid cloud crowd Microsoft has delivered the first Semi-Annual Channel version of System Center.…
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First Semi-Annual release lands with lots of fun for Windows admins and the hybrid cloud crowd Microsoft's delivered the first Semi-Annual Chanel version of System Centre.…
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Container storage tech gets adopted by Cloud Native Computing Foundation The organization overseeing container juggling system Kubernetes has decided to befriend a storage project.…
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Get patching – there's this auth bypass and loads of other bugs If you're using a Netgear router at home, it's time to get patching. The networking hardware maker has just released a tsunami of patches for a couple of dozen models of its kit.…
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Open Source Security balks at 'outrageous' lawyer rates Having defeated a defamation claim for speculating that using Grsecurity's Linux kernel hardening code may expose you to legal risk under the terms of the GPLv2 license, Bruce Perens is back in court.…
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Thursday February 8, 2018. 11:37 PM
Now both halves of Congress consider banning Chinese goliaths' tech within govt Both halves of the US Congress are now mulling draft laws that would ban American government workers from using phones, network switches and other gear built by Chinese communications giants ZTE...
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AGs cry foul over Google's $8.5m class-action settlement A group of 16 US state attorneys general are urging America's Supreme Court to tear up an $8.5m legal settlement from Google – because none of the cash will go to the folks the class-action lawsuit was brought on...
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Mining Monero on SCADA networks? Why can't you kids be normal and just DDoS Updated Infosec bods say they have uncovered what's thought to be the first case of a major industrial control system network infected with cryptocurrency-mining malware.…
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139 months. How fitting for an originally 140-character blog biz After 11 years and seven months in operation, and billions and billions of dollars in losses, Twitter today said it is, at long last, a profitable business.…
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Google Chrome will warn HTTP websites are 'not secure' this summer Three years ago, Google began weighing whether websites implemented HTTPS security as a signal in its search ranking algorithm.…
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Shame! Shame! says carrot-dangling Google Three years ago, Google's search engine began favoring in its results websites that use encrypted HTTPS connections.…
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$250k went into orbit with that Roadster Elon Musk may be entertaining world+dog with his impressive space invasion but back on terra firma his electric car biz Tesla has just reported its fattest ever quarterly loss.…
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Thousands of personal details taken unlawfully, court finds A staffer at an accident repair biz has had to pay almost £1,000 after he sold customers' personal data to cold-calling firms.…
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There was supposed to be more to 'hyper-connected' standard than that A European commissioner raised concerns in a private letter to mobile operators and the network infrastructure industry – seen by The Register – that the 5G project is not working out according to...
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Cyberlibertarian and Grateful Dead lyricist passes away at 70 Obit John Perry Barlow, a co-founder of the US Electronic Frontier Foundation, and also a lyricist for the Grateful Dead, has died aged 70.…
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Too many staff, too few claimants, in-house ID system with 50% success rate... Many Brits are still unable to access the 'digital-only' version of Universal Credit, the delayed and much-derided welfare reform intended to roll six benefits into one single payment –...
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