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Wednesday October 31, 2018. 07:01 AM
It can only hold millions of cold rubidium atoms for now though The idea of tractor beams, concentrated rays of energy used to trap and move objects at a distance, was first introduced in science fiction.…
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FCC reckons 5.9 GHz coexistence can Pai A mostly-unused slice of radio spectrum set aside for connected cars in 1999 could soon be shared with Wi-Fi, with the Federal Communications Commission seeking comment on the future of the 5.9 GHz band.…
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Database replication is hard A 43-second loss of connectivity on the US East Coast helped trigger GitHub's 24-hour TITSUP (Total Inability To Support User Pulls) earlier this month.…
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Vulnerabilities that expose browsing history yet to be fixed 'History sniffing' promises a nose full of dust or, you're talking about web browsers, a whiff of the websites you've visited.…
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Nine injured riders and pedestrians say scooters are shoddy and ill-maintained Scooter providers Bird and Lime, and scooter makers Segway and Xiaomi, face a lawsuit in Los Angeles, Calif., claiming that the two-wheeled tech toys are poorly manufactured and maintained.…
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DoH or DoT? Punch-up time! Last week, amid some acrimony, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) formally adopted a new encryption standard for the internet naming systems.…
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DoH or DoT? Punch-up time! Last week, amid some acrimony, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) formally adopted a new encryption standard for the internet naming systems.…
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Tuesday October 30, 2018. 11:51 PM
Security updates. What did you think we were referring to? Sneaking in behind the hoopla of Tuesday's MacBook spectacle was a set of security updates for virtually all of Apple's supported products.…
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Exoplanet telescope out, and Opportunity in its last rites The Kepler spacecraft has coughed up its last reserves of fuel and is now retired, after helping scientists discover thousands of exoplanets for nearly a decade, NASA announced on Tuesday.…
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Come join us all in our lovely walled garden Analysis It may seem counterintuitive to use the launch of a new Apple laptop to argue that the company is trying to kill off laptops altogether but that is exactly what's happening.…
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Commissioner doubts ability to carry out data breach rules The Canadian government this week will be enforcing a strict new privacy law, with the term 'enforcing' up to interpretation because the regulator says he can't enforce it.…
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Bringing home the bacon Comment So we all know by now that IBM is buying Red Hat for $34bn – the largest software acquisition ever. Of course, that includes all Red Hat's storage products.…
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Reports of online 'productivity' suite going AWOL Microsoft's Office 365 has been giving some users cold sweats. No matter how hard they try to log in, they simply can't access the service and haven't been able to for hours – others say it has wobbled for days.…
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Bring a dongle, though. There are bugger all ports Apple has given the moldering MacBook Air a new lease of life at the company's hardware event in Brooklyn today.…
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You shouldn't profit from punishment The lawyer leading the complaints against Alphabet in the EU Android case doesn’t sound impressed by giant ad-slinger’s proposed remedy. Not one bit.…
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Speculation that running joint venture with shipping giant Maersk might be off-putting to rivals IBM has admitted that its blockchain-based trade platform, set up with shipping giant Maersk, is struggling to gain traction with other carriers.…
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Ghouls just wanna have fun If, on the eve of Halloween, your mind has turned to Amethyst Realm, the woman who dated more than 15 ghosts, let us get you up to speed. She has settled down. With another spook.…
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Currently 'no incentive' for telcos to chase lazy 'uns who ignore requests, admits UK.gov Up to 40 per cent of UK landlords ignore telcos’ requests to connect properties for full-fibre broadband, the government has said, and current laws incentivise operators to exclude...
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UK's Civil Aviation Authority grounds kit after 'complete loss of power' mid-flight reported The UK's Civil Aviation Authority has temporarily grounded DJI's Matrice 200 following reports of the commercially used drone suffering a complete loss of power mid-flight and...
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A brutally functional work device Review On a recent press trip to IFA, I noticed several journalists discreetly packed a BlackBerry as a second phone. By day they wrote about gadgets, and the BlackBerry wouldn't get name-dropped.…
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