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Tuesday June 11, 2019. 08:58 PM
State attorneys general unimpressed by FCC boss's rationale Ten state attorneys general, including New York and California, are suing in an effort to stop the merger of T-Mobile US and Sprint.…
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Automattic's premium hosting service goes TITSUP: Total Inability To Serve Usual Pages Updated News websites and other top sites have fallen over, or reverted to 2002-era my-first-blog themes, after their hosting platform, WordPress.com's premium VIP Go service, broke down...
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My God, it's full of... really dense metal? Eggheads in Texas have discovered a huge, dense mass lurking beneath an enormous crater on the Moon.…
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Chipzilla smacks lips with eyes fixed on the cloud biz Intel is acquiring custom network chip maker Barefoot Networks in a broadside that just might rattle arch-rival Broadcom.…
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EMEA and UK teams to colocate in Uxbridge, local MP shakes fist at stalled Brexit Canon is to shutter its Reigate office in deepest Surrey in favour of the unbridled glamour of Uxbridge.…
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Also, decoding the Donald and opening up BEAM Roundup Presidential frothing over NASA's direction was swiftly wiped from the walls last week while ESA continued quietly progressing towards new rockets and vehicles.…
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'Time to grow up,' says geek behind breach database Troy Hunt, inventor and operator of the popular security website Have I Been Pwned (HIBP), is putting the service up for sale.…
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Russian bloke's heroics rewrite survival guides the world over If you go down to the woods today, do it somewhere nice like the Forest of Dean* and definitely not Siberia, where a 30-year-old bloke only escaped with his life because he bit the tongue off the bear mauling...
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Rights groups slam UK.gov's customer due diligence plans The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and UK Open Rights Group have responded to an HM Treasury consultation on money laundering legislation, in particular to the suggestion that publishing open-source software...
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Rights groups slam UK.gov's customer due diligence plans The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and UK Open Rights Group have responded to an HM Treasury consultation on money laundering legislation, in particular to the suggestion that publishing open-source software...
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Taxpayers taken for 'mugs' as UK.gov contract awards surface Updated AWS has been accused of treating the British public like 'mugs' after it emerged HMRC splashed £11m with the cloud giant last year, more than six times the amount it received in corporation tax from the US ...
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Taxpayers taken for 'mugs' as UK.gov contract awards surface Updated AWS has been accused of treating the British public like 'mugs' after it emerged HMRC splashed £11m with the cloud giant last year, more than six times the amount it received in corporation tax from the US ...
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The Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast system is not happy. Not happy at all Hundred of flights were cancelled and aircraft grounded stateside over the weekend due to a mystery GPS glitch.…
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Learn the secret of two-pizza teams and other aids to creating an agile environment Promo Amazon Web Services has launched a series of videos to provide an insider’s view of how the cloud can help businesses stay one step ahead of their competitors.…
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And using browser privacy extensions may just make matters worse Boffins from Graz University of Technology in Austria have devised an automated system for browser profiling using two new side channel attacks that can help expose information about software and hardware to...
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Bottle-counting machine-learning software demoed at Business Applications Summit Microsoft has crafted a thing called AI Builder, a visual tool to inject some degree of artificial intelligence into programs created using the tech giant's low-code application builder...
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'If we were put under any pressure by any country that we felt was wrong, we would prefer to close the business' The UK Parliament’s Science and Technology Select Committee yesterday asked experts whether Huawei poses a threat to national security. It was a question the...
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Browser will remain gratis, optional $$-per-month services to be offered later this year Mozilla is planning to launch a suite of paid-for subscription services to complement its free and open-source Firefox browser in October.…
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That story we broke in May? It is still true – and perhaps even worse than first thought The US Customs and Border Patrol today said hackers broke into one of its bungling technology subcontractors – and made off with images of people and their vehicle license plates as...
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Monday June 10, 2019. 11:40 PM
America's highest court agrees to mull over whether lawsuit can proceed The US Supreme Court will dig into an Intel retirement plan that one unhappy former staffer says wrongly invested in risky funds and led to big losses in his savings.…
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