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Thursday June 7, 2018. 10:28 AM
London stock markets open an hour late due to a mystery technical fault Updated Traders were given an hour's reprieve this morning from the tedious task of making and losing copious amounts of cash as the FTSE 100 failed to get out of bed following a technical 'glitch'.…
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Calling all Bongs – this won't hurt a bit Millennials are notoriously fearful of handling raw meat – but EE hopes they'll be less wary fondling experimental radio equipment.…
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Redmond asks for your help to rename its version of GVFS Microsoft is going to rename the Git Virtual File System to eliminate its clash with GNOMErs.…
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Spacecraft gets mission extension to keep on gazing Data from the Juno spacecraft currently orbiting Jupiter has shown the highly unusual nature of lightning on the gas giant, according to two new studies published in Nature on Wednesday.…
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Economics boffin says we’re just playing with AI now and the payoff is years away Good news! Automation capable of erasing white collar jobs is coming, but not for a decade or more.…
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More affected devices. More damage. And what looks like an escalation in attacks Asus, D-Link, Huawei, Ubiquiti, UPVEL, and ZTE: these are the vendors newly named by Cisco's Talos Intelligence whose products are being exploited by the VPNFilter malware.…
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Reveals cloud servers have CPU just for security, migration times cut to five months. Maybe Oracle’s launched a cloud migration service it says can “reduce the time and cost of cloud migration by up to 30 percent” and “enables customers with applications running on...
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Anti-SJW National Guard commander, cryptocurrency dev in deep trouble A cryptocurrency developer, occasional infosec researcher, and National Guardsman has been arrested after joyriding an armoured personnel carrier in what some US news sites are calling a “drug-fuelled...
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Feds finger 19-year-old for failed hacktivism effort A 19-year-old who goes by the handle Vigilance online has been indicted in a Saint Paul, Minnesota district court for allegedly breaking into and interfering with servers operated by the state.…
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It's crazy how a little competition can cause that AMD this week promised to ship 32-core Ryzen Threadripper 2 processors in the third quarter of 2018 – one day after Intel bragged about a forthcoming 28-core part.…
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Look – there it is. Sorry no time for trick questions Analysis After years of promises, augmented-reality hype-machine Magic Leap finally revealed its hardware… in the most bizarre way imaginable.…
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Self-appointed privacy paladin Mozilla points out fatal flaws Amazon on Tuesday stopped selling CloudPets, a network-connected family of toys, in response to security and privacy concerns sounded by browser maker and internet community advocate Mozilla.…
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Wednesday June 6, 2018. 10:00 PM
Father of the Internet not impressed with slow rollout Co-inventor of TCP/IP and so-called 'Father of the Internet' Vint Cerf has urged network nerds to 'get with the program' on World IPv6 Day.…
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'All these names were changing faster than I could memorise' SAP’s cofounder has admitted that its branding strategy confused customers and prevented staff from feeling like part of a team.…
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Same price as sixty obsolescent flash Apple Watches It's question we've all asked ourselves: what should I do with that spare $600,000?…
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And we don't want to pay for it! A study published today by the Pew Research Center has found that a majority of Americans reckon that staying on top of the space pile should be a US priority, with NASA still attracting a lot of love.…
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Infosec guru 'surprised' if spooks weren't embedded in top firms BSides London 'I would be surprised if all major intel agencies didn't have people embedded in Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook and major cloud provers,' infosec guru Mikko Hyppönen told a packed audience at...
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We're still the good guys! Our AC is super eco-friendly! Market-leading data slurper Facebook is hoping to save energy and water by using indirect evaporative cooling in its data centres.…
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Complains costs were 17% higher cos of where case was heard Rimini Street has urged the US Supreme Court to weigh in on its legal wrangling with Oracle as the costs awarded against it were 'at least' 17 per cent higher because the case was heard in a Circuit court.…
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Chinese investors welcome chip designs with open Arms SoftBank has announced it is offloading 51 per cent of chip designer Arm's Chinese subsidiary to a China-led group of investors in a deal worth $775.2m.…
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