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Thursday November 9, 2017. 04:45 AM
Shor, we need a new sig scheme An international group of quantum boffins reckons Bitcoin could be broken by the year 2027.…
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If nothing goes wrong with biggest rocket ever, which is only a little over budget Vid NASA has reconfirmed it hopes to stage the first flight of its Space Launch System and Orion spacecraft in December 2019, but also conceded such a big build could run late.…
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That's a busted flush of a headline Intel will be making its own discrete graphics cards, and it has hired away the head of AMD's GPU unit to lead the effort.…
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We've fro-Xen page to preserve evidence of NVMe servers and Xen's stay of execution Amazon Web Services has quietly edited its FAQ in which it revealed it has created a new KVM-based hypervisor and will use it instead of Xen for future instances.…
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Boffins baffled by slow burn supernova that glows and dims Astrophysicists have discovered one of the weirdest stars yet in the universe: one that refuses to die, exploding as a supernova multiple times over fifty years.…
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Wednesday November 8, 2017. 11:17 PM
Joins Equifax and Verizon execs to explain pitiful security Poor Marissa Meyer. After selling off Yahoo! and floating away on her golden parachute, she must have been looking for a nice rest. But Congress wanted her to explain how every single user account on the portal got...
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Joins Equifax and Verizon execs to explain pitiful security Poor Marissa Mayer. After selling off Yahoo! and floating away on her golden parachute, she must have been looking for a nice rest. But US Congress wanted her to explain how every single user account on the portal...
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Shut up and take my money! Nose-diving social media company Snap Inc. says it has secured a significant investment from Chinese tech powerhouse Tencent.…
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Thought the Snowden leaks would make things better? Joke's on you A draft law protecting one of the US government's spying programs has passed through the initial markup stage in the Congress, providing one more opportunity to witness the 'up is down' world in which American ...
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Ad-slinger promises to crack down on ads (that it didn't sling) Chrome will begin blocking some redirect links in an effort to crack down on particularly annoying web ads.…
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Cryptocurrency hits all-time high, then bounces back down Bitcoin's contentious upgrade plan, known as SegWit2x, has been called off, sending the cryptocurrency price past $7,800 – an all-time high – and then down several hundred dollars as profit taking set it.…
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Microsoft, Google keen to use CPUs and push Intel Outside Putting aside its legal battles and lawsuits for a few hours, Qualcomm today said is it shipping the Centriq 2400 – its ARM-based server-grade processor, and the world's first 10nm data-center CPU.…
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Techies safe, but you may have to endure a robot co-worker So, robots are coming to take your jobs after all* but techies shouldn't be scared, not in the slightest.…
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Plus: Trying to make storage 'cool' in Antartica Data-protector Commvault made several announcements at its annual customer shindig – including a GPDR 'package', endpoint data protection as a service, a partnership with the Google Cloud Platform and a bit of Antarctic...
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Whose land is it anyway? HM Land Registry made its databases of property owned by domestic and foreign businesses free to access yesterday.…
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On the path to becoming an enterprise hybrid cloud provider and gateway.NEXT Nutanix has a one click, one OS, any cloud concept with new services to virtualise compute and object storage across multiple clouds – both on-premises and public ones.…
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Slight glitch in Industrial Revolution 4.0 Troubled Tesla Inc. has quietly acquired Perbix, which designs robot production lines. Perbix was already a Tesla contractor.…
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Can we skip the orange of outage, please? We've peeled the storage news fruit, cut off the rough edges, discarded the excess verbiage bits and blended them into a smoothie. Grab a napkin and tuck in, because a lot has happened over the past week.…
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Pre-emptive perv to defang revenge pr0nz peddlers Facebook has begun conducting a pilot where it solicits intimate photographs of women – and it will soon offer the service in the United Kingdom as well as the US. Anxious exes who fear their former partner is set on...
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Data analytics platform sunset in December, but enterprise version spared IBM has announced the retirement of the basic plan for its data analytics software platform, BigInsights for Hadoop.…
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