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Tuesday November 28, 2017. 04:01 PM
From multi-cloud pain in the ass to a single pane of glass Analysis With OneSphere, HPE has attempted to take a multi-silo, on-premises, hybrid and public cloud pain in the proverbial and 'fix it' through one pane of glass.…
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System reports, snapshots, improved app store, backups Linux Mint 18.3 – aka 'Sylvia' – is here to remind users that, hey, sometimes Linux can work a little bit more like Apple, Google and Microsoft software. (Just kidding, don't kill us.)…
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Keep your money, says chap (tho Chinese drone firm did patch 'em right quick) Updated Chinese drone-maker DJI’s bug bounty programme has been struck with fresh controversy after a security researcher claimed he was offered just $500 for reporting, among others, the...
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Handy wristjob Google has quietly brought improvements to its wearable OS that users have been asking for three years. And without much fanfare.…
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E-Fan X slated to generate lift and 'leccy by 2020 British aero engine maker Rolls-Royce will team up with Airbus and Siemens to develop hybrid electric-powered flying machines, it has been announced today.…
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Mischievous herd serves 4-day sentence Eight donkeys were released from an Indian jail yesterday after the law proved itself to be, well, an ass, and imprisoned them for eating the prison officers' plants.…
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Virtzilla's new cloudy release cadence gets an airing VMware has added new services, and new features, to its bare metal service running in Amazon Web Services.…
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Which pie *doesn't* Japanese corp have a finger in? Software-defined storage biz Nexenta has picked up another $20m in funding.…
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Jonathan Taplin against the tech giants If the tech industry wants another wave of innovation to match the PC or the internet, Google and Facebook must be broken up, journalist and film producer Jonathan Taplin told an audience at University College London's Faculty of Law...
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NoSQL biz touts 'engagement database' to firms with cash to burn on 'digital transformation' Couchbase is going after businesses tracking customer interactions and investing in 'digital transformation' amid speculation of an IPO.…
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C'mon... there has to be some aggregation aggravation Interview How does Hewlett Packard Enterprise view hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) now that it has bought and is digesting SimpliVity?…
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Open the chuffing pod bay doors yourself, Dave Stob has obtained access to the unpublished journals of a young British programmer who found herself assigned to the elite team that built the HAL 9000 computer during the 1990s.…
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Ernst & Young: Mmm... maybe if you had some 'objectives' The UK government’s network of 'Catapult' innovation and technology agencies – which fall under its under the R&D spending umbrella – show poor governance and dubious value for money, a report by Ernst and...
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No we aren't talking about helicopters. UK heads, offshoring.... Exclusive With the wider ambition to base eight in 10 services personnel to lower-cost wage locations, IBM has commenced the latest job-cutting process in the UK and Ireland.…
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And finally sir, a wafer-thin mint... it is but wafer-thin Tasty storage dishes for your Thanksgiving table include starter from Hazelcast, entree from HPE, a side from Qubole and dessert from Rubrik. Place your napkins in your lap and start dining.…
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Unexpected consequences - or drawing the line at non-linear relationships Hello, wrong number You may never have heard of the NPS but if you have ever answered a question such as: 'How likely are you to recommend our company/product/service to your friends and colleagues?'...
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You've only got a few billion years, little buddy Astronomers have long known the nearby galaxy, the Small Magellanic Cloud, was being monstered by the Milky Way and the Large Magellanic Cloud. But new imaging captured by the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder...
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Think Face/Off, in software, plus some digital touchup Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Informatics have defeated facial recognition on big social media platforms – by removing faces from photos and replacing them with automatically-painted replicas.…
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Hundreds of apps put snoops to work, and then there's 'supersonic tone tracking' In case you're wondering, yes, there's a good chance at least some of your Android apps have tracked you rather more than you expect.…
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We gave up privacy for convenience, and 2018's the time to win both of them back On a walk across the show floor at January's Consumer Electronics Show, a friend working in technology for nearly thirty years expressed unease at where it all seemed to be headed.…
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