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Monday September 11, 2017. 09:29 AM
Businesses to get 'File Stream', great unwashed get 'Backup and Sync' Google is killing its “Drive” sync 'n' share file locker in two ways.…
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Fast book delivery is a first world problem, but cargo-carriers might just slow down the growth of cities At the end of 2013 (the world seemed much simpler back then) Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos gave a rare interview to CBS’ 60 Minutes program during which he revealed - with an...
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Borg starts appraising its exposure to Apache problem More than 42 Cisco products might inherit the Apache Struts bug that emerged last week.…
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New Wave giant, journalist, essayist and Byte columnist now a mote in God's eye One of the giants of “New Wave” hard science fiction, Jerry Pournelle, has died aged 84.…
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Chipzilla thinks fast short-range wireless is good for VR, where desks are always tidy Intel has issued “Product Change Notifications” for several WiGig products it used to make wireless laptop docks.…
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An upload filter would break GitHub builds, warn FSFE, OpenForum Europe European digital rights groups and open science advocates are mobilising against proposed EU copyright changes they say would hamper information sharing.…
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'Toast' micro-messages can burn just about every Android users Any unpatched Android phone running a version older than Oreo is going to need patching fairly soon, with researchers turning up a class of vulnerability that lets malware draw fake dialogs so users “okay”...
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Timeline explains that either Equifax didn't patch old bugs, or was zero-dayed The Apache Software Foundation has defended its development practices in the face of a report alleging its code was responsible for the Equifax data leak.…
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Three different machines fail tests, must be binned before November election Virginia's State Board of Elections has decided its current generation of electronic voting machines is potentially vulnerable, and wants them replaced in time for the gubernatorial election due on...
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easyDNS, which bills itself as 'the free speech registrar' won't register white supremacists Yet another domain name registrar has declined to give white supremacist web site The Daily Stormer an easy way back onto the web.…
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Saturday September 9, 2017. 09:25 AM
Fascinating detail on how people move around the system The people in charge of the London Underground transport have released a report [PDF] in their month-long tracking trial of Tube users – and the results are fascinating.…
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It's a grower not a, er, yeah... Python, which ranks consistently as one of the most popular programming languages, is the fastest growing major programming language, according to coding community site Stack Overflow.…
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That gives me a great idea, says Putin – payback Updated US big box retailer Best Buy has pulled from its shelves Kaspersky Lab's PC security software amid fears of Kremlin spies using the antivirus tool to snoop on Americans.…
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Operating system release pushed back to next year Oracle's latest roadmap for its SPARC and Solaris platforms shows that at least one major milestone has been delayed.…
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Not exactly a move designed to inspire confidence The team behind Scotiabank's Digital Banking Unit isn't impressing some customers, after forgetting to renew the security certificates for their own website.…
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Friday September 8, 2017. 11:36 PM
Could any 'detect the transits of the Solar System planets'? Scientists on Earth have found thousands of exoplanets – but which of those potential alien civilizations are in the best position to discover us?…
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Nothing at all wrong with this China's version of Twitter, Sina Weibo, has warned its 340 million users they have until next Friday to verify their accounts using their real names.…
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Friend boasted on social media about trading skillz A former financial analyst at Amazon.com pled guilty on Thursday to securities fraud for helping a former fraternity brother trade Amazon stock based on insider information.…
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So stopping antivirus software from spotting malware is now a feature? A design flaw within the Windows kernel that could stop antivirus software from recognizing malware isn't going to be fixed, Microsoft has said.…
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Class actions already piling up against identity theft brokers Less than 24 hours after credit monitors Equifax revealed it had lost the personal data of more than 130 million Americans, two class action suits have been filed.…
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