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Thursday February 8, 2018. 01:33 PM
Arbitration in ongoing age bias battle can be fought together, says judge A group of ex-HP staffers who claim they were discriminated against due to their age have been granted the right to together keep fighting an arbitration case against the IT giant.…
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Welcomes new CFO too It's boom time in Micron flash and DRAM land with increased revenue expectations for the current quarter. And it has hired a new CFO.…
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New event for infosec pros Promo Are you confident you could defend your IT systems against an unexpected attack? Could you spot the early signs of an incursion coming from any direction, as roving bands of hackers, data thieves and other miscreants grow ever more ingenious...
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So laggy, no likey Part 1 Bringing compute to data sounds like a great way to bypass storage access bottlenecks but progress is difficult because of software issues, the need to develop special hardware and a non-x86 environment.…
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Shares drop 12% as biz slashes dividends to raise capital TalkTalk plans to bring full fibre speeds of 1Gbps to three million premises in the UK, by creating an independent company with a total investment of around £1.5bn.…
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Joe Public has gone off smart machines, but biz is mad for it When British Prime Minister Theresa May bigged up AI at the World Economic Forum in Davos last month, it was as if she had nothing better to talk about.…
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If you want a crash course in learning Arm code, now's your – hm, maybe not The confidential source code to Apple's iBoot firmware in iPhones, iPads and other iOS devices has leaked into a public GitHub repo.…
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Cisco's Cloud Index says we're headed for ~700 colosso-bit-barns and not much else The latest iteration of Cisco's Global Cloud Index has painted a picture of an even more massively oligarchic future cloud.…
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For now, have some code that won't crash Skylakes and stay close to your Telescreens Intel's offered the world some helpful advice about how to handle the Meltdown and Spectre chip design flaws it foisted on the world.…
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Class-action seeks compo for crappy phone components Google has been hit with a class-action lawsuit over hardware failures in its Pixel smartphones.…
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Don't worry, it's not as terrifying as it sounds Video Boffins have taught a robot how to imitate the way someone handles objects after watching them just once.…
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Circles within circles make it easy to find the midpoint Analysis by mobile device management outfit Wandera has suggested that newly notorious exercise-tracking app Strava's “location privacy” feature isn't very good at hiding users' homes.…
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US Senate probes Uber's hacker hush-hushing Analysis Remember when Uber tried to cover up the fact its AWS datastore containing records on 57 million riders and drivers had been hacked? And that it bunged the hackers $100,000 to shut them up, and then disguised the expense...
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Huawei, ZTE, Wind River, Nokia first to fly 'OPNFV Verified' flag The community working to develop open network function virtualisation has crafted a solution certification suite and published its associated test software.…
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Wait, this bank-card-stealing ring is called Infraud? Infraud? Not exactly subtle, people Thirteen out of 36 individuals indicted for their alleged involvement in a transnational cybercrime group know as Infraud have been arrested, the US Department of Justice announced on...
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Prepare for some tech bro Analysis According to former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, a 'cheat code' is tech bro slang for a hack. Or, in his words, 'elegant solutions to problems that haven't already been thought of.'…
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Still just 1.53 Mbps per user, so let's not let that distract us from the ongoing build bungles Australia's internet service providers have responded to discounts in the Connectivity Virtual Circuit (CVC) by buying more bandwidth for their users, but the news isn't all good...
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Wednesday February 7, 2018. 11:49 PM
A $3.45bn loss in a single year – buy buy buy, yell investors Snapchat maker Snap's stock price is through the roof today after the self-destructing-image flinger managed to lose only slightly less money than analysts predicted.…
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Where's a sat-nav when you need one? Pic The final rocket burn of the SpaceX craft carrying Elon Musk's personal Tesla Roadster into the cosmos pushed the billionaire's flash jalopy much further than anticipated. It's now heading out toward the Solar System's asteroid belt...
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It's so unreal, didn't look out below. Watch the time go right out the Windows Microsoft has glued LinkedIn and Office 365's Word together so it can automatically help folks write or update their résumés – and find them new jobs at the same time.…
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