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Thursday May 9, 2019. 03:00 PM
Supernova of allegations turns into black hole for HPE Autonomy Trial Autonomy's former US head of sales made a series of startling admissions in court yesterday which contradicted his witness statement, throwing a curveball into Britain's biggest fraud trial.…
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Something something unicorn Silicon Valley-based log management and analytics specialist Sumo Logic – popular among the DevOps crowd – has bagged $110m in its biggest funding round to date, led by Battery Ventures.…
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New appliance runs your backup engine of choice.NEXT Nutanix has made a flashy bid for hybrid cloud relevance by enabling its environment to run in AWS and added a Mine appliance to bring backup data into its fold.…
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Platform admits failover cluster fell over but they're really sorry and, here, have a credit note Biz automation platform ConnectWise has issued a credit note to disgruntled customers caught up in last week's day-long outage that the firm blamed on a wobble in its 'highly...
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Plus: Privacy options abound and Collections attempts to fill Sets' boots Build There were nods to the past and future at Microsoft's Seattle Build event as the company teased upcoming features for its latest crack at a browser that people might want to use.…
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Is that a laser projector in your pocket or are you, er, just going camping? Those seeking a bit of portable projector fun will shortly have a tiny option in the form of the Nebra AnyBeam, a pocket-sized laser for flinging images onto a handy surface.…
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It's been fun Bill Clinton was president of the United States when I first started at The Register, mobile phones (and anything else 'mobile') were low-rez monochrome chunks of plastic, and politicians were slack-jawed children when it came to technology.…
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Add new skills to your security arsenal to stay one step ahead Promo Organisations can no longer ignore the growing problem of cybercrime, with ransomware affecting enterprises of all sizes while state-sponsored adversaries and others attempt to obtain access to their most...
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Get your modular bargains Smartphone makers are touting cameras with 5x and even 10x lossless zoom on some very expensive new gadgets. Huawei's lossless 5x costs around £900. However, on a recent weekend family escape, I grabbed a smartphone and took some wonderful, truly...
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Bundled software not just an annoyance, it's also a risk The apps bundled with many Android phones are presenting threats to security and privacy greater than most users think.…
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Try saying that a few times before any morning coffee NetApp has made life a bit harder for its all-flash competitors, claiming to offer the industry's best price/performance on a new mid-range end-to-end NVMe array and updating its ONTAP OS and services.…
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Microsoft answers whinges that there was not enough Windows at Build with fresh borkage Build The Windows Insider team celebrated the end of Microsoft's annual Seattle developer shindig, Build, this week by dropping a fresh Windows 10 update for testers and, er, breaking...
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Ad giant pushes Kotlin language, Q beta 3, Flutter, ChromeOS, and more Google I/O Google released Android Q beta 3 to developers this week, though more significant was word that the company wants developers to write their Android apps in Kotlin rather than Java or C++.…
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Maybe Wednesday's strike helped a bit Ride-hailing apps like Uber or Lyft are the biggest contributor to traffic congestion in San Francisco, according to a study published in Science Advances today.…
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Big Red sets phasers to kill in space-opera-esque battle Amazon offered lucrative jobs to not one but two Pentagon officials deciding which tech giant will land the military's mega JEDI cloud contract, Oracle now claims.…
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See that girl, watch that scene, digging that 'Ponzi' scheme Another cryptocurrency caper has been hit with a fraud lawsuit – this time OneCoin, set up and run by the self-titled 'CryptoQueen' Ruja Ignatova.…
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Wednesday May 8, 2019. 11:44 PM
Big Apple residents weren't too appy with apartment block's high-tech security system Updated The owners of a Manhattan apartment block have agreed to give their tenants mechanical keys to end a court battle over a keyless smart-lock system.…
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Parliament also wants a word with Sheryl Sandberg The Canadian parliament says it plans to subpoena Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg as part of a probe into Cambridge Analytica's shenanigans.…
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But it's for privacy! You know us. We're Google, privacy champions. Always championing privacy, us Google I/O Google, the largest handler of web cookies, plans to change the way its Chrome browser deals with the tokens, ostensibly to promote greater privacy, following...
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Um, are we supposed to feel proud about this? Wow. Pat yourself on the back, Blighty. The average download speed for fixed-line broadband in the UK almost surpassed the global average of 57.9Mbps, comms regulator Ofcom revealed today.…
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