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Tuesday December 18, 2018. 05:12 AM
Highlight: Ellison goes bananas over AWS Aurora noise Red Hat and Oracle both on Monday reported their latest financial figures. Let's take a look at how they fared.…
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Just slightly better than coal in your stocking Roundup We are now firmly into the holiday season, the Christmas parties are kicking off, and folks are swapping their Excel files for eggnog, or something cliched like that.…
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May your days be merry and bright, and may you all go patch your SQLite Google and other software developers have patched the SQLite component of their code after it was discovered it could be potentially exploited to inject malware into vulnerable systems.…
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Money in form of loans and grants – but will it work or be wasted? Analysis The US government has added another $600m to the pot of money that is supposed to expand broadband internet access to rural areas of America. But it remains far from clear how effective the program ...
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Monday December 17, 2018. 09:41 PM
Kiwibot snack shuttle snuffed by thermal runaway A Kiwibot delivery robot unexpectedly self-immolated last week at the University of California, Berkeley, due a defective battery, the company said over the weekend, attributing the incident to human error.…
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Fresh Senate dossiers detail influence campaign, flag tech titans' obstructionism Instagram may have been the most effective social media network for Russian spies in their effort to sway America's 2016 presidential election toward Donald Trump.…
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Third of market to evaporate by 2021. Only nearline, spycam drives to swell In brief Number-crunchers at IDC and Wells Fargo are predicting that global disk drive sales will crash from 424.7 million units in 2016 to an estimated 284.7 million in 2021. Ouch.…
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A preview of next year's.NET Framework also emitted The hardworking elves toiling in the corridors of Redmond loaded up Santa's sled with two more developer treats in the form of Python updates for Visual Studio Code and a fresh preview of the venerable.NET Framework.…
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One-time Intel boffin Obit Friends of Timothy May have confirmed that the former Intel engineer and co-founder of the Cypherpunks mailing list died of natural causes at his home in California on Friday. He was 67. Bitcoin and blockchain, WikiLeaks, P2P software and...
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Crouching monkey, hidden leader of the free world A pair of boffins are in hot water after the image of president Donald Trump made an unexpected cameo in a paper on how to gather animal DNA from their poop at scale.…
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Crouching monkey, hidden leader of the free world A pair of boffins are in hot water after the image of president Donald Trump made an unexpected cameo in a paper on how to gather animal DNA from their poop at scale.…
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But US firm must get specific on which trade secrets it claims were nicked – judge SAP has failed to have a copyright infringement and antitrust lawsuit lodged against it by Teradata thrown out.…
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UK space specialist's holding company ups sticks for €11.2m Chippenham-based space systems specialist SCISYS has announced that it will trouser €11.2m as part of a contract to keep the Galileo project running.…
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Great. Big Brother Watch claims tech had 100% fail rate since May London cops have been slammed for using unmarked vans to test controversial and inaccurate automated facial recognition technology on Christmas shoppers.…
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Office nerd saves day with Dungeons & Dragons die When two candidates running for director of Byron-Bethany Irrigation District in California found themselves locked in a bizarre tie earlier this month, the authority sought to resolve the stalemate in a swift and decisive...
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Yuletide cheer for Wing Commander Andy Green and the team In news that will bring festive cheer to fans of plucky Brit engineering efforts, the Bloodhound 1,000mph car project has been lobbed a lifeline by Yorkshire-based entrepreneur Ian Warhurst.…
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It's not just about quality Research results Whether it's systems-level platforms and tools or full-blown business applications, you want the software your organisation depends on to run reliably and predictably. Our recent Reg survey, however, confirmed what most probably...
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'Please stop... you're doing something to the radios' Who, me? Welcome all, to the merry world of Who, Me?, our weekly trip down memory lane for techies who want to get something off their chest.…
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Saturday December 15, 2018. 02:01 PM
Plus: Listen to some new classical piano generated by an algorithm Roundup welcome to the last AI round up of the year; thank you for reading.…
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Plus, Talos critical of flawed message apps It was pretty hectic security week, between the Sharpshooter malware attack, a massive Patch Tuesday, and yet another Facebook privacy fail.…
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