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Friday December 21, 2018. 05:48 PM
O2 presses on with Chinese supplier Mobile network operators have reportedly said that tearing up their contracts with Huawei would set Britain's 5G back 'by nine months to a year' – so they're ploughing on despite pressure.…
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Inspur, Huawei and Lenovo together shipped more in 2018 Inspur, Huawei and Lenovo collectively shipped more servers this year than either Dell or HPE, according to research outfit DRAMeXchange.…
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Hands off our 'leccy cars The EU yesterday escalated its complaint to the World Trade Organization that China 'forces' Western companies to surrender valuable intellectual property (IP) as part of doing business there.…
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Let them eat cache Dell EMC wants us to understand that it's going to provide PowerMax with its idea of storage-class memory (SCM), and that means more than a fast cache.…
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Grab your pitchfork, the Breunion Boys are headed for a pub near you If UK MPs hoped to get through Christmas recess without mention of the 'B' word, they're shit out of luck because a Dutch boyband has dropped the hottest and only pro-EU earworm of the year.…
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Strange tale leaves 120k bods displaced during Xmas rush London Gatwick Airport has reopened after closing for more than a day due to a seemingly deliberate drone disruption ploy – but police still haven't caught the perpetrators.…
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The previous Saturn V didn't go so well, but you guys will be fine. Trust us Fifty years ago today, the third Apollo crew were strapped into a capsule perched atop the third Saturn V to undertake a journey to the Moon.…
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Ofcom proposes shakeup of spectrum bidding process Some technologies lurking under the 5G umbrella promise to reshape the entire communications sector, creating new uses and businesses we can't imagine today. Ofcom showed it was hip to a few of these this week with a radical ...
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Moral of the story: It's never going to be 'fine' On Call Welcome back to On Call, where you get to take a breather and enjoy tales of tech support adversity from your peers.…
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Art software maker snaps up virtualization tool for people who hate Qemu, Oracle VirtualBox that much When Corel CEO Patrick Nichols asked for Parallels for Christmas, we hope he meant the whole company rather than a copy of the desktop virtualization tool. Because that's...
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Export ban compliance turns into geo-location gaffe fest Following changes in the way it figures out where people are located, US-based Slack informed an undisclosed number of individuals this week that they're no longer welcome on the chat app, due to America's export...
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Just human error, internet giant shrugs after GDPR request went wrong. No sh!t, Sherlock A German man was very confused when he received, at his request, all the information that Amazon possessed on him.…
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Thursday December 20, 2018. 11:40 PM
Courts crack down on Cupertino idiot-tax operation as tech patent war explodes The iPhone has been removed from sale in Germany after a Munich court issued an injunction against Apple amid its ongoing patent fight with Qualcomm.…
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Pair on cyber-espionage rap, HPE, IBM and their clients said to be among those hit Two men, linked to the Chinese government, stand accused of hacking cloud giants, aerospace and defense companies, chip designers, US government agencies – including the Navy – and other...
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Risk of causing even more embuggerance is high, we repeat: high Comment As the Gatwick drones chaos rolls on, with the airport now set to reopen at 8pm UK time at the earliest*, many people have been asking a simple question: why the hell can't the authorities just shoot...
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Adtech monolith had won previous High Court fight against NT1 Google has settled a legal case brought against it by a convicted criminal who wanted the adtech company to delete embarrassing search results about his criminal past.…
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Dell tech (EMC and VMware) utterly dominate with Nutanix following HPE, Cisco, and NetApp are grabbing at the tail end of a fast-growing converged-slash-hyper-converged market that is utterly dominated by Dell's EMC and VMware businesses and HCI specialist Nutanix.…
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Dara and pals told to hand over yet another cash wodge for hack it spent $100k covering up Uber has been slapped with a €400,000 fine by the French data protection agency for the hack that exposed the data of 57 million users.…
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Almost a third spent on outsourcing digital, legal skills The UK Information Commissioner's Office has spent almost £2.5m on its probe into the use of data analytics for political purposes – but has just two staff from its tech division working on the case.…
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Suit claims Facebook misrepresented data-sharing, misled users with confusing privacy settings US capital Washington DC has sued Facebook, slamming the biz for lax oversight, misleading privacy settings and taking two years to 'fess up to mass data harvesting.…
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