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Thursday June 13, 2019. 07:00 PM
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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Have you appointed your designated droner? Everyone has a mate who won't stop droning after a few bevvies – and the Japanese government clearly thinks the activity is dangerous enough to be outlawed.…
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That Guns N' Roses album* might be out soon... or not Chat app Telegram has reportedly been DDoS'd, with its downtime coinciding with protests in Hong Kong against repressive new Chinese laws.…
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Immerse yourself in forensic training with autumn Promo If you work in digital forensics or incident response and would like to advance to a higher level, the annual Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) event staged by security training company SANS is a must.…
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It's fun to trademark your brand in CA, it's fun to trademark your brand in SK...ay Huawei has been spotted nestling in datasets hosted by colourful UN patent body WIPO, but rather than having any sort of dispute, it has been filing a barrow-load of trademarks on the term...
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Huawei with you! It seems the rest of the world can't get enough of 5G – Germany has just raised €6.6bn (£5.8bn) in its spectrum auction, and more than a million folk in South Korea have subscribed to a 5G contract.…
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Collaboration toys, ransomware protection and a 20% price hike Dropbox has announced new features and partnerships with Atlassian, Slack and Zoom – but it comes after a price rise that has some users feeling hit under the collar.…
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OMG, emoji panel also fixed in Microsoft's 2020 OS Microsoft has given its army of unpaid testers some Linux loving with the latest build of next year's Windows 10.…
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Sajid Javid inks court papers for hearing tomorrow UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid revealed this morning that he has signed papers to have Julian Assange extradited to the US.…
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Ground-penetrating radar and micro ducting to keep that lovely cathedral untouched The sleepy English city of Salisbury – infamous for the poisoning of double agent Sergei Skripal last year – is once again the target of an underground network. Yep, Openreach's full-fibre ...
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CEO Tom Leighton pitches CDNs for enterprise Akamai Edge World The future of enterprise IT is not in centralised clouds, but in a complex interplay between massive core data centres and small edge locations.…
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Office 365 to demonstrate legendary ability to not fall over when pushed to the front line Lucky London plod have been gently nudged down the Microsoft 365 staircase with the cloudy platform rolled out to Metropolitan Police employees.…
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Simplify your technology estate and move onto more effective platforms Sponsored webcast Total Gas & Power supplies gas and electricity to industrial, commercial, and business customers across the UK.…
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CFO said she talked 'dead man walking' down Autonomy Trial One-time bungling HP chief exec Leo Apotheker seriously considered slurping two software giants in addition to the disastrous buy of Autonomy – but was talked out of it by HP's then-CFO Cathie Lesjak.…
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Euro super-boffins embrace MAlt right after academic discount axed Updated For the past twenty years, European boffinry nerve-center CERN has enjoyed licensing Microsoft products on favorable terms as an academic institution.…
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Talk about a high profile discovery Wooden burners unearthed from ancient Chinese tombs dating back 2,500 years have revealed the earliest evidence of humans smoking cannabis yet.…
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'It is something we are interested in … but the economic model hasn’t worked out yet' Akamai Edge World Akamai CEO Tom Leighton – an expert in distributed computing with 50 patents under his belt – has thrown shade on Google’s plans to launch a cloud-based gaming...
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We want to make Chrome safer... by taking away the API we used to race Firefox Analysis Google on Wednesday defended its pending work-in-progress updates to Chrome that will change the way extensions filter out web adverts and other content.…
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If it's not a 50in TV or a huge fridge of soylent, we don't want to know Off-the-shelf object-recognition systems struggle, relatively speaking, to identify common items in hard-up homes in countries across Africa, Asia, and South America. The same software performs better...
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La Liga says privacy watchdog is Barca-ing up the wrong tree A top Spanish soccer body is facing a six-figure GDPR fine for inappropriately and covertly accessing the microphones of fans using its cellphone app.…
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