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Monday September 11, 2017. 10:56 PM
Then by September 16 those a few extra miles will go Over the weekend Tesla began pushing a software update to certain Model S and Model X vehicles to increase battery capacity, in the hope that extended vehicle range might help customers fleeing Hurricane Irma and...
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Yes, yes, privacy failings Facebook has been fined €1.2m ($1.43m) by the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD) for violating privacy laws.…
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Object storage founders unveil virtualised filer front end Esoptra has invented a thin content provisioned virtualized filer sitting in front of object storage.…
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Ministers fed up with multinational tax avoidance Fed up with how Amazon, Google and other American digital giants pay tiny amounts in tax, European ministers are proposing a big change: tax based on revenues rather than profits.…
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FireWatch creator sees red A prominent indie games developer says he will be filing Digital Millennium Copyright Act notices to forcibly cut ties with a controversial games streamer.…
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Financial details undisclosed, but it's big, ya hear, says Rackspace Private equity-backed Rackspace is planning to use some of its owner’s cash to hoover up managed services, hosting and colo outfit Datapipe.…
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Now credit freezes may not even be secure FireEye removed an Equifax case study* from its website in response to a recently disclosed mega-breach at the credit reference agency.…
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GPU-accelerated for AI and video analytics, Atlas cloud Huawei has added two G-series boxen with GPU acceleration to its server portfolio, with a focus on AI-type work and video analytics, saying they are going to be used to build a cloud hardware platform.…
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Current boss leaves this weekend, no perm replacement yet found Months after Capita commenced its search for a successor to outgoing chief exec Andy Parker, the company has yet to find anyone judged evil enough well suited to fill his boots - at least not one it can make...
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Dartford-based True Telecom fined £85,000 A Dartford-based telco has been handed an £85,000 fine for two years’ of nuisance and 'misleading' calls - despite a warning from the UK’s data protection watchdog.…
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But has less than three weeks to comply with Brussels Alphabet will appeal the €2.9bn fine imposed by the European Commission in June for abusing its market dominance in search.…
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Still the most secure Android? It won't get last year's update BlackBerry has confirmed that its first Android device, the Priv, will be stuck on Google's 2015 operating system forevermore, which Google itself will cease supporting next year.…
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30,000 users, 2-year contract. What could go wrong? Nail-biting time The Home Office has tossed a paltry £20m of taxpayers' cash at Accenture and Oracle implementation outfit Certus Solutions to deploy a cloudy ERP system that hopefully works overhauls the way back-office...
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Speculation mounts as Equifax stays mum The impact of the Equifax data leak in the UK remains unclear days after the breach was first made public, amid reports estimating that the personal details of up to 44 million Brit could have been exposed.…
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'Nervousness from customers is understandable' UK comms and networking integrator Maintel has blamed trading partner Avaya’s bankruptcy filing in the US for slowing customer demand on this side of the pond.…
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Any point turning up? Not now Apple apparently deploys resources comparable to the security apparatus of a repressive Cold War Balkan state to try to prevent leaks. To very little effect. And with magnificent irony, it seems to have itself to blame for the biggest leak of...
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Clamshell QWERTY has a few unique tricks World Exclusive Last week Gemini, the venture that re-invents the Psion 5 design for the 21st century, took delivery of pre-production units. Planet Computing invited us to see how the project is progressing.…
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This is not foil-bagged street food... It's a knife-fork-and-plater +Comment Good morning, storage fans. Last week we were buzz-bombed with a barrage of storage updates, but we kept quite a few aside to wrap up into something easily digestible. It's a bit more substantial...
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Where did you get Red Hat, where did you get that tile? For all of the breathless hype that containers and cloud native get, the strange-but-true story is that enterprises still need to run servers and for that vSphere is arguably the best possible option. VMware probably...
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What councils spend it on is another matter The government has clawed back £645m from BT under its state-subsidised superfast broadband contracts tendered in 2012.…
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