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Wednesday June 12, 2019. 10:53 PM
I'm sorry, I won't comment on ongoing litigation: Two privacy lawsuits filed against Amazon Amazon has been hit with two lawsuits in the US regarding the recording and storage of children's voices through its Alexa digital assistant.…
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All that was missing was a Beware of the Leopard sign A 'highly skilled IT professional' has lost his fight to be paid his unused vacation days as well as a non-trivial bonus, after a judge stuck to a law he admitted was outdated.…
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Welcome to Vim Sh*tty 2000 Proof-of-concept text files are now available that, when opened in a vulnerable installation of the Vim and Neovim, will execute commands on the underlying machine, or even open a backdoor.…
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Next up, Falcon Heavy and thinking about those Crew Dragons for Bigelow SpaceX nailed a second landing of a Falcon 9 first stage at its Vandenberg Landing Zone 4 today after punching through the Californian fog to send a trio of Canadian satellites into orbit.…
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OK, it has Files On-Demand, but haven't the people suffered enough? Uneasy bedfellows Apple and Microsoft have hooked up to update the PC client for the fruity firm's cloudy storage service.…
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Not great, not terrible – but downright diabolical The absolute state of 2019 is that millions of vapid young people, followed by millions more vapid young people, make serious bank just by virtue of being really, really, really ridiculously good looking and posting about...
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SQL support and Release 4 arrives in cloudy open source service Feeling a bit poorly? Good news! Microsoft has added SQL to its FHIR Server for Azure, so your symptoms can now be flung even further.…
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They've got us on the list Huawei has suspended the launch of the latest Matebook laptop ahead of sanctions being imposed by the US government that will block it from dealing with American suppliers.…
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A stitch in time saves 6.5 Microsoft crossed its fingers and started rolling out an update to Azure Service Fabric over its cloudy platform yesterday.…
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Call for industry giants to get zoned in on SMR, ZNS drives Western Digital is launching an open initiative called Zoned Storage to convince industry to develop standards and software for emerging types of high-capacity drives – thus feathering its own nest.…
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Connect with developments in the operational technology world Sponsored webcast While many organisations are still gazing in marvel at the inelegantly named Internet of Things, the technology world has been making big strides in the area of routinely handling data from...
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Think different? In Europe, they definitely are: Huawei, the lads! It isn’t just in China that Apple’s feeling the burn of shrinking iPhone sales. The reassuringly expensive mobe maker is, we're told, shipping millions fewer handsets in Western, Central and Eastern...
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Good – if you're eye-deep in Amazon's cloud, that is Amazon Web Services (AWS) has added key features to the console and API for its source code repository, CodeCommit.…
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'Text editing' system for speeches to change meanings emerges along with CEO-goading art attack Video Once again, artificially intelligent software has been demonstrated automatically editing videos of talking heads to make them say things they haven’t actually uttered....
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Bad news: Might actually be a 1,000 years. And not even that devastating Our Sun may be middle-aged but it still has the energy to expel superflares, a rare rush of energy, every few thousands of years that could destroy Earth’s spacecraft and electronics, scientists...
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Bad news: Might actually be 1,000 years. And not even that devastating Our Sun may be middle-aged but it still has the energy to expel superflares, a rare rush of energy, every few thousands of years that could destroy Earth’s spacecraft and electronics, scientists...
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Kaspersky fingers pro-G filters for letting cyber-muck through Spammers are abusing the preferential treatment Google affords its own apps to score free passes through Gmail's spam filters, it was claimed this week.…
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Boffins blast boards to boost bits Bit boffins from Australia, Austria, and the US have expanded upon the Rowhammer memory attack technique to create more dangerous variation called RAMBleed that can expose confidential system memory.…
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Tuesday June 11, 2019. 11:39 PM
And Google drops a zero-day on Windows after deadline miss Patch Tuesday Microsoft, Adobe, Intel, and SAP have all emitted their latest Patch Tuesday batch of security fixes. Users and admins are encouraged to test and install the updates as soon as humanly possible.…
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In Cupertino, no one can hear, er, see your screen Updated Apple's 'geniuses' spent two weeks and an estimated $10,000 in warranty costs fixing a MacBook Pro screen fault that was resolved with a single button press or three.…
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