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Wednesday May 9, 2018. 01:30 PM
It's enough to make you pinky swear Updated T-Mobile owner Deutsche Telekom is making legal threats against a small British business – on the grounds that the German company has an exclusive trademark on a shade of the colour magenta.…
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Pull that Raspberry Pi out of the drawer and fire up the soldering iron A near perfect emulation of the 1541 floppy drive has been released, and you need only a Raspberry Pi and a soldering iron to rock the 1980s once again.…
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Memory business deal could be sunk + Comment A delay in antitrust approval by Chinese regulators has stalled Toshiba's sale of its TMS flash business for $18bn to a Bain-led consortium - and analysts have said this might be best for the business.…
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Remember when the US DoJ almost broke up Microsoft? No? The images from Mark Zuckerberg's recent appearances before two US Congressional hearings (here and here) tell a story about the drama of such occasions.…
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US corp asked for extra time to file expert witness statements Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s civil lawsuit against former Autonomy chief exec Mike Lynch has been pushed back to next year, The Register has learned.…
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Common Platform Programme at 'greatest risk' – as previously revealed by El Reg Ambitions to slash court staff by 5,000 and chop physical cases held by 2.4 million per year via digitisation are at 'serious risk' of not being delivered on time, according to the National...
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Visual Studio previews a world without 32-bit emulation Qualcomm and Microsoft will finally let developers start building native 64-bit Windows applications for Snapdragon-based PCs.…
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And what's on Krzanich's mind? Data. Your data. Petabytes of data Comment Intel declined to comment on industry whisperings that Qualcomm is mulling ending its Arm-powered server processor efforts.…
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Grab those patches while Chipzilla updates its manuals Linux, Windows, macOS, FreeBSD, and some implementations of Xen have a design flaw that could allow attackers to, at best, crash Intel and AMD-powered computers.…
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Annual gabfest's big news is brand refresh and non-disruptive disruption LOGOWATCH ServiceNow’s ramped up its efforts to excite buyers and users beyond the IT department, with a new logo and a pledge to deliver consumer-style experiences in the workplace to change the very ...
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Will that bacteria just make you a bit ill? Or do hospitals need to roll out their spare beds? A team of researchers have developed machine-learning software that can predict how dangerous a particular strain of Salmonella will be, according to a paper published in PLOS...
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You talkin' to me? Google IO Alphabet's self-driving car outfit Waymo has announced it will start an autonomous taxi service in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, later this year.…
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2nm chips! Custom silicon in days! Software-as-chips! Chipzilla's funding it all Moore's Law ain't dead yet, but Intel needs startups to keep it alive.…
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Intel needs more time and it could be Q3 before all the patches for OSes and VMs land The new bunch of Spectre-like flaws revealed last week won't be patched for at least 12 days.…
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Researchers infected devices and totted up all the 'leccy and bandwidth they used Berkeley boffins reckon the Dyn-based Internet of Things attack that took down Brian Krebs' Website in 2016 cost device owners over $US320,000.…
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Plus a new limit of $10,000 on cash payments for anything - and cheaper craft beer! Australia’s government has tabled its proposed budget for financial year 2018/19 and as usual there’s lots of technology-related spending to contemplate.…
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Scores of bugs, from Edge and Office to kernel code to Adobe Flash, need fixing ASAP Patch Tuesday Microsoft and Adobe have patched a bunch of security bugs in their products that can be exploited by hackers to commandeer vulnerable computers, siphon people's personal...
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What happens when cabs go aerial next to an airport? They'll figure it out together NASA and Uber have signed an agreement to ensure safe development of flying taxis in urban environments.…
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Look but don't touch... nor look too closely, either Google IO The latest iteration of Google’s custom-designed number-crunching chip, version three of its Tensor Processing Unit (TPU), will dramatically cut the time needed to train machine learning systems, the Chocolate...
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Also reveals plans to replace Atomic Host with CoreOS Linux Red Hat Summit Red Hat has revealed a plan to to work with CPU-makers so that its wares can take advantage of in-silicon security features such as secure enclaves.…
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