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Thursday January 3, 2019. 08:48 AM
Defective kit caused oxygen mask conflagration, court told Apple used to sell its MagSafe technology as a way to prevent accidents. Now the iGiant faces a $75,000 lawsuit over claims its discontinued power adapter connector set a woman ablaze.…
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Chang'e 4 makes history with 'soft landing' on lunar surface China's Chang'e 4 spacecraft has touched down on the Moon, state media reports, making it the first-ever probe to set down on the far side of Earth's natural satellite.…
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Who could have guessed the $1,100 phone and $800 watch wouldn't sell? Peak Apple Apple shares were temporarily pulled from trading on Wednesday as the Cupertino idiot-tax operation warned of lousy sales numbers on the horizon.…
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Comms watchdog lets Chocolate Factory power up with special waiver Three and a half years after debuting Project Soli radar-based gesture input system, Google has received an exemption from the Federal Communication Commission that will allow the ad biz to run the system at...
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Law firm computers raided, siphoned of info – and companies can pay to redact files, it is claimed The hackers who claim to have breached a British insurer last year say their cache of pilfered files include confidential documents on the September 11 terrorist attacks.…
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ESET sheds new light on 'Lojax' firmware infection ESET eggheads have shed more light on the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) rootkit being used by the Kremlin's Fancy Bear hacking crew.…
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Wednesday January 2, 2019. 10:19 PM
TITSUP network card fingered for dropped calls (that's a Total Inability To Send Usable Packets) Wyoming is the latest US state to formally probe CenturyLink's network outage, which black-holed 911 calls over Christmas.…
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Licensing red-tape violate First Amendment, says court in battle over timing algorithm Oregon's regulations stopping people in the US state from referring to themselves as engineers are unconstitutional, a federal magistrate judge has ruled.…
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Licensing red-tape violate First Amendment, says court in battle over timing algorithm Oregon's regulations stopping people in the US state from referring to themselves as engineers are unconstitutional, a federal magistrate judge has ruled.…
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Doesn't sound very long, but it could have big implications for quantum computing Physicists have formed qubits – quantum bits – from graphene for the first time, according to research published in Nature Nanotechnology.…
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El Reg namechecked as lawyers claim investors 'misled' El Reg's revelations of layoffs at DXC Technologies over the last year were mentioned as US lawyers attempt to launch a class-action lawsuit against the slash-happy tech biz.…
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Tripartite monopoly cuts bit output production growth as China-US trade war threatens The three DRAM suppliers are scaling back production growth as memory demand falters with no sign of recovery.…
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Ten intensive courses promise to cover every angle Promo As new and ever more inventive threats keep crowding over the IT horizon, the security professional is under constant pressure to stay ahead of the cybercriminals.…
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Sprinkle some 'crying toddler' in there for maximum horror You have to hand it to the passerby who called the cops after hearing a chap yelling 'why don't you die?' along with the cries of a toddler.…
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We'll have a better idea when fresh 2014 MU69 snaps look less like Minecraft NASA's teenage New Horizons probe has successfully passed within 2,200 miles of 2014 MU69, some four billion miles from the Sun, three years after taking a close look at Pluto and nearly 13 years...
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At last! The pretender to the throne swipes the crown The party poppers have gone off in Redmond, not to usher in 2019, but to celebrate another market share-watcher declaring that yes, Windows 10 has finally crept past Windows 7.…
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ARPANET handler helped lay foundations of the internet Obit One of the internet's founding fathers, ARPANET packet-switching pioneer Larry Roberts, has died aged 81.…
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New year, new CVE Happy New Year! Oh, and if you include GNU's wget utility in software you write, pull down the new version released on Boxing Day and push out updates to your users.…
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Plus: Your vulture clocked the Northern Lights from the Arctic Circle Boatnotes What's it like aboard a warship? Aside from the glamorous bits when Russian jets are whizzing past and there's lots to do? El Reg not only went aboard HMS Enterprise to find out – we scored a...
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UK's exit from the EU and ePrivacy regs: contingency planning and confusion At the dawn of 2018, GDPR was a dead cert. The four letters were on everyone's lips and, with a helpful nudge from Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, set the privacy world aflame.…
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