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Friday June 14, 2019. 03:38 PM
HMP Belmarsh resident preps for next legal fight WikiLeaks' Julian Assange will face a full extradition hearing on 24 February next year, Westminster Magistrates' Court ruled this morning.…
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You lovely bunch of, um, brand strategists. We knew you'd treat them right El Reg this week asked readers to lean their e-bike against the Japanese maple that overlooks the strategy boutique to help Ed Ho, GM for the Build division at DXC Technology, determine what his...
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Splashes £78.9m on IP, space smarts and general boffinry Canadian IT consulting giant CGI has settled its crosshairs on Brexit-dodging SCISYS, ponying up £78.9m in cold, hard cash to acquire the Dublin-based software 'n' services outfit.…
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Digitisation programme already at 'serious risk' of missing deadline Exclusive A raft of senior techies working on £1bn project to modernise Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunal Service (HMCTS) have stepped down amid concerns the flagship project is floundering.…
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Click on the toothbrush, toggle the flange and press 'Harp'. It's obvious Something for the Weekend, Sir? Haha, what an idiot! He was clicking like mad and nothing was happening! Of course it wasn't because – haha – he was clicking in the wrong place! He looked utterly...
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Book tickets now for our machine-learning conference this autumn Event You know that you could achieve great things if only you had time to get to grips with TensorFlow, or mine a vast pile of text, or simply introduce machine-learning into your existing workflow.…
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Guys, your security hygiene stinks Akamai Edge World Players of games like Fortnite and Minecraft have emerged as juicy targets for cybercriminals.…
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Yep, and two sets of bills VMWare's Rajiv Ramaswami, Cloud Services COO, has told investors that VMs (virtual machines) are here to stay, even as container-based applications grow in popularity. Well, he would, wouldn't he.…
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Howz ur spelan? On Call Friday has arrived, and with it the promise of a weekend free of workplace distractions. It also brings another tale from one of the unfortunates who will be spending their Saturday and Sunday awaiting the dreaded phone call. Welcome to On Call.…
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Wait, wut? Surviving in zero gravity takes its toll on the human body. Muscular atrophy sets in, and astronauts should not only exercise regularly but consider taking testosterone shots too, according to new research.…
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Isn't that what we all want for our kids, after all? A descendant of the notorious Mirai Internet-of-Things botnet has apparently cast a wider net than its predecessors, potentially infecting systems normally found within enterprises.…
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CEO speaks to The Reg as we dig into labor complaints, future of npm CLI Special report JavaScript package registry and aspiring enterprise service NPM Inc is planning to fight union-busting complaints brought to America's labor watchdog by fired staffers, rather than settle ...
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People will share anything scandalous, duh – El Reg might well be Exhibit A Analysis The US House of Reps' Intelligence Committee on Thursday held its first hearing into computer-fabricated videos dubbed deepfakes, quizzing experts from across worlds of AI, social policy,...
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People will share anything scandalous, duh – El Reg might well be Exhibit A Analysis The US House of Reps' Intelligence Committee on Thursday held its first hearing into computer-fabricated videos dubbed deepfakes, quizzing experts from across worlds of AI, social policy,...
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Thursday June 13, 2019. 11:57 PM
For FIPS sake! Yubico is recalling one of its YubiKey lines after the authentication dongles were found to have a security weakness.…
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No, of course not. It's all perfectly fine Comment The man heading up any potentially US government antitrust probes into tech giants like Apple and Google used to work for... Apple and Google.…
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Lawmakers threaten to rewrite rules that shield sites from netizens' dodgy uploads US lawmakers have warned they may revisit American tech corporations' blanket legal protections – specifically, the ones that shield internet giants from the fallout of user-posted content...
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Uncle Sam sounds alarm after Windows CE SMB left wide open on hospital equipment Two security vulnerabilities in medical workstations can exploited by scumbags to hijack the devices and connected infusion pumps, potentially causing harm to patients, the US government...
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Customers didn't like how much data spare parts package was funnelling back to America The F-35 fighter jet project has been hit by yet another set of controversies including a kerfuffle over US data-slurping, flight control problems and its stealth coating melting at...
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All the while more WPF source trickles into GitHub Microsoft has continued its quickfire pace of.NET Core 3 updates, flinging preview 6 at developers keen on the open-source platform.…
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