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Friday June 7, 2019. 10:13 PM
$22,500 a day to breathe, eat and exercise, $50 per GB for data, $11,250 to pee and sleep NASA on Friday said it is opening the International Space Station for commercial business, a policy change expected to lead to employees of private companies working aboard the ISS as...
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Turns out people are not that great at tracking thousands of variables American upstart Databricks, established by the original authors of the Apache Spark framework, reckons its open-source machine-learning management engine MLflow is ready for prime time.…
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German cartel office had warned of Big Blue's dominant position if tie-up went ahead The proposed buy of T-Systems' mainframe unit by IBM has withered amid competition concerns from the German cartel office.…
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If you want to use offline files then you need to, er, stay online Updated Microsoft Office users, eagerly upgrading to the latest and greatest version of the company's productivity suite, have found that the venerable Offline Files function has gone, er, offline.…
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Scam warning slipped into Blighty's favourite greasefest Today is National Fish and Chip* Day, and tech giant Microsoft has wasted no time wading in with the police to school the UK about phishing scams.…
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Cisco-botherer grows its Spline Switch-making Cisco nemesis Arista Networks has unveiled its first campus leaf switches and first Wi-Fi 6 access points, aimed at offices at the edge of the network.…
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Pavel Durov heads into the desert of his soul for inspiration It's coming up to 1pm, you haven't eaten a morsel in seven hours, and you've been smashing your head against the same work problem for the last two. What do you do?…
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Only the essentials: liquid oxygen, liquid hydrogen and... cargo pants, maybe? In a move that will strike fear into the hearts of those poor souls charged with stuffing tat into boxes, the possibility of sticking an Amazon fulfilment centre on the Moon was mooted in a...
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Cinia, MegaFon expect to start work in the fourth quarter Finnish network operator Cinia and Russian mobile giant MegaFon are planning to lay a telecommunications cable across the Arctic Sea.…
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What could your business do with machine learning? Events If you want to get on top of artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science this autumn, here’s a tip - save £100s by grabbing a blind bird ticket for our AI-focused MCubed conference before our offer...
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That feel when the 'beating heart' of your project returns a 404 Updated Game designer Jason Rohrer has had a bad week, discovering that his 23 code repositories representing 15 years of development and community contributions were wiped from GitHub.…
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Number One, send in another Away Team On Call Friday is upon us once again, and as the week disappears into the rear-view mirror we have another tale from those princes and princesses of the pager in our regular On Call column.…
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What a wild ride, eh Komodo? Blockchain biz Komodo this week said it had used a vulnerability discovered by JavaScript package biz NPM to take control of some older Agama cryptocurrency wallets to prevent hackers from doing the same.…
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Cloud, Global Technology Services, Watson Health said to be shedding hundreds of roles Updated IBM is once again understood to be warning some staff they face the chop in a number of its divisions.…
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Municipal fiber half the price of Comcast, AT&T etc The city of Ammon in Idaho is now offering internet access for free... ish.…
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Pair said to have tried to take non-profit's Mississippi simulation blueprints Two professors at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, have been indicted for an alleged plan to steal computer trade secrets from their former employer, a technical services non-profit...
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Quest gets the dreaded sternly worded letter from Washington DC As healthcare companies come forward to confirm hackers would have been able to access millions of patients' personal information from a compromised American Medical Collections Agency (AMCA) database, US...
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Thursday June 6, 2019. 11:22 PM
Business IT giant that services Apple, Cisco, and others, exposed 264GB of info IT gear distributor Tech Data is the latest company to expose an insecure database, jam packed with personal and sensitive information, to the public internet for anyone to rifle through.…
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Fit and finish, spit and polish, and Zorin Connect make the leap from 12 to 15 While Microsoft may be shoehorning the Linux kernel into Windows 10, veteran Linux flinger Zorin has applied some buffing to its Windows-like distro with a version 15 release.…
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