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Wednesday March 6, 2019. 06:34 PM
Who'da thunk it? 3 out of 10 for repairability, must try harder While many spend their first few hours with a new phone setting it up, teardown crew iFixit prefers to rip 'em apart. Their latest victim? The Samsung Galaxy S10.…
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Oh, we'll let regulators know about it next time, promise The UK Ministry of Justice is considering rolling out biometric technology in prisons to cut down on visitors bringing in contraband, reporting that a 'successful' recent trial had a deterrent effect.…
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Beats the other big boys to region, Blobs go Premium, DevOps go on-prem, oh my With Premium Blobs, Azure DevOps Server and a new Africa Azure region, Microsoft has spaffed out cloudy goodness like a Roomba in reverse.…
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ManTech was using Lockheed Martin files illicitly, court told An American jury has awarded $1.5m to a former NASA engineer who was fired by his contractor ManTech in retaliation for his blowing the whistle over documents from Lockheed Martin.…
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Could errors affect other applications? Dunno. When will new systems be online? Dunno The Home Office is making life-changing decisions using 'incorrect data from systems that are not fit for purpose' and has not fixed the 'appalling defects' identified during the Windrush...
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Get the forecast right and you'll get a, er, discount Google has squeezed out a plan for what it calls 'predictable' cloud storage pricing, locking customers into a year-long payment commitment.…
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YEAH! SCIENCE Normally a headline like 'The hipster effect: Why anti-conformists always end up looking the same' would elicit much rolling of eyes here at Vulture Towers.…
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Some police keeping their feet on ground despite pleas from on high Updated Six years after the UK government introduced its 'Cloud First' policy, a load of police forces have continued to mostly keep their feet firmly planted on the ground, a survey has revealed.…
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Big Red puts name on $3m NSF project: Because academics love a good cloud credit, amirite? Oracle's battle to keep from being left behind by cloudy competitors AWS and Google has taken an academic twist – it has stuck its name to a project assessing how cloud computing can ...
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Networking, storage collab hitting a data centre near you Hitachi Vantara has taken a leaf out of the Cisco-NetApp FlexPod playbook by twinning Cisco servers and networking with its own storage in a converged infrastructure deal.…
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'There is no e-sound. It has to be invented' Now that electric cars officially sound as silent as a character from A Quiet Place in slippers walking on eggshell foam behind an office partition lined with blankets, makers of the post-petrol vehicles have been thinking up ways ...
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And in Israel, a funny thing happened on the way to the Moon Space roundup Rebooting robots, lunar robot arms and a rocky path to Martian drilling joy. It's last week in Space.…
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It'll be big one day. But that day is not tomorrow Analysis If the industry had one job at Mobile World Congress last week, it was to tell the world that 5G – the biggest thing since 'electricity or the automobile', according to Qualcomm's CEO* – was almost upon us.…
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Around 1,100 local management and grunts to be axed, customers forced to buy kit via resellers Exclusive Fujitsu is axing its entire workforce in a bunch of regions – including most of Eastern Europe and certain countries in the Middle East, Africa, and Western Europe –...
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We'd call this blue-sky thinking but the sky is thick with swarms of drones RSA AI algorithms will in the future form and direct swarms of physical and virtual bots that will live among us... according to this chap speaking at 2019's RSA conference in San Francisco on...
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Throw another regulation on the barbie, says Australia In an effort to limit potential regulation in Australia, Google filed a reply to a preliminary Oz government report examining the impact of Facebook and Google on the country's media and business landscape.…
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Rather than talk about generic threats, go through some examples with people RSA When it comes to getting your users up to speed with cyber-security, the best approach is to give it to them straight. Practicalities over jargon. Explain the consequences of not securing their...
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Cosmic soap operas may explain why weird alien objects end up in our backyard Stars whizzing by planets can wreak havoc by knocking their orbits out of place or kicking them out of their systems entirely, according to a paper published in the Astrophysical Journal.…
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Reverse-engineering suite now available to download... and maybe run in a VM, eh? RSA The NSA has released its home-grown open-source reverse-engineering suite Ghidra that folks can use to poke around inside applications to hunt down security holes and other bugs.…
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Wise Wardle waves wand, whacks wily worms which work without Windows RSA Infosec guru Patrick Wardle has found a novel way to attempt to detect and stop malware and vulnerability exploits on Macs – using Apple's own game engine.…
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