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Wednesday January 10, 2018. 08:36 PM
Difference in opinion over what constitutes an 'update' The chairman of the US Senate Commerce Committee and the French government want answers from Apple about its software 'update' that slows older iPhones.…
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The rest? Well... y'know, they store digital information Toshiba, Western Digital, Kingston and Micron's Crucial unit have all introduced drives in time for CES – the standout being WDC announcing voice-activated media streaming features via Smart Home devices.…
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What comes in a box, but doesn’t rhyme with tragic squad plant? Research firm IDC has rated and ranked the all-flash array players, placing Pure Storage in the lead of its Marketscape, ahead of Dell, HPE, NetApp and IBM.…
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The speech recogniser that coulda Analysis Somewhat harshly, Microsoft's Cortana was pronounced dead this week.…
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This is not just cost-cutting, this is M&S cost-cutting Middle-class nirvana Marks & Spencer – the British purveyor of classy date-night grub and frumpy clothes – is slashing its tech supplier base and sending 250 staff to Tata Consultancy Services under an IT...
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Good luck with that one, internet dwellers A petition calling for 'an end to hate speech laws' has passed 10,000 signatures – requiring a formal response from the UK government.…
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Also: UK viewers like to take a break for Bake Off and Strictly PornHub's annual deep dive into user stats and searches has revealed that, in 2017, people decided to take the fidget spinner trend to new levels.…
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The European regulator cometh I’ve spent many hundreds of hours listening to sales pitches from technology vendors but it’s only during the last year I’ve started to find them rather depressing. That’s been thanks to the arrival in 2018 of the European Union’s...
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Responsibilities unclear amid leadership shake-up Responsibility for broadband delivery in the UK has been handed to Margot James following Matt Hancock's promotion to Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport in prime minister Theresa May's reshuffle of the...
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Storage layer issues slow code access Atlassian's code version control system Bitbucket has been suffering an ongoing failure in its storage layer, affecting developers across the globe.…
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Details of HMRC deal remain behind closed doors Apple has agreed to cough up £136m in back taxes to HMRC following an 'extensive audit' by the tax man.…
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Employment Tribunal hears sex discrimination and wrongful dismissal case A sacked former Intel senior sales head has accused the company’s global IoT partner director of perjury – and was told to “not put the spin on” by the judge.…
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Don't mention not mentioning the war A pub in County Durham, England, has been rapped by the UK Advertising Standards Agency after three complaints about its 'German Night' advert were upheld.…
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ICO: Seriously insecure system allowed unauthorised access to DB Carphone Warehouse has been handed one of the largest ever fines – a whopping £400,000 – from the UK’s data protection watchdog after exposing the details of millions of its customers.…
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ICO: Seriously insecure system allowed unauthorised access to DB Carphone Warehouse has been handed one of the largest ever fines – a whopping £400,000 – from the UK’s data protection watchdog after exposing the details of millions of its customers.…
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Austrian activist on funding his privacy NGO and retiring from the front line Interview 'The problem we have in the privacy bubble is that we're great at saying how evil and bad everything is... but we're not that great at getting shit done.'…
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No need to Nikola cables, though The inductive charging standards battle of the past few years is formally over, only weeks after Apple entered the fray. But don't be thinking the wireless charging war is over. Things might be just hotting up.…
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When instrumentation goes too far Good developers instrument their applications. Good ops teams monitor everything. This near-fetishisation of telemetry has been extended to DevOps, where it now risks becoming something of a problem.…
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When instrumentation goes too far Good developers instrument their applications. Good ops teams monitor everything. This near-fetishisation of telemetry has been extended to DevOps, where it now risks becoming something of a problem.…
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Exoplanets are neat and uniform. In our 'hood Jupiter and Saturn messed things up Our solar system may be a cosmic misfit, say astroboffins who've analysed systems where we've spotted exoplanets.…
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