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Monday February 5, 2018. 03:59 AM
Little box of tricks can let crooks sneak in after a delivery Video The security of Amazon.com’s Key door lock has again been called into question.…
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Fibre, schmibre: existing cable TV networks edge closer to symmetric 10 Gbps capabilities US standards outfit CableLabs has added another piece to the Full Duplex DOCSIS 3.1 jigsaw, with the release of the key MAC layer specification for the standard.…
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They had one job during the record eight-hour EVA... A record-breaking spacewalk conducted over the weekend ended with an antenna pointed in the wrong direction on the International Space Station (ISS).…
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Saturday February 3, 2018. 07:29 PM
Who knew sharing would transform an industry? Feature Twenty years ago, the Open Source Definition (OSD) was published, providing a framework for the most significant trend in software development since then, and building upon Richard Stallman's prior advocacy for 'free...
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It's this week in machine learning Roundup It has been an interesting week in the AI world. There's a whole treasure trove of research papers to read, fresh AI problems to crack, and a new fund for startups.…
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Your weekly dose of infosec odds'n'sods Roundup Here's a summary of this week's infosec news beyond what we've already covered in detail.…
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Stop us if you've heard this one before: Two ISPs mull tie-up Brit-based comms colossus Vodafone is mulling snapping up wedges of European networks owned by American telecoms giant Liberty Global.…
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Friday February 2, 2018. 11:37 PM
Claim of 'sovereign immunity' laughed out of court A tiny village in America has been ordered to pay back more than $3m in speeding fines it collected from motorists – after its claims of 'sovereign immunity' were laughed out of court.…
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The day Congress becomes a supermarket tabloid Analysis Friday morning, as expected, the US House Intelligence Committee released a four-page memo outlining what it claims is evidence that the Department of Justice (DoJ) and the FBI illegally requested that a former advisor...
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300k Euro fundraising leads to privacy NGO EU-based campaigner Max Schrems – famous for taking Silicon Valley to task over citizens' privacy rights – has set up a non-profit outfit called Noyb, having exceeded a crowdfunding target.…
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SEC doc follows IPO, reverse-merge rumors Tech titan Dell has confirmed in paperwork submitted to America's financial watchdog that it is mulling returning to the stock market as a public company, combining with its subsidiary VMware, or, er, doing nothing.…
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Former HPE exec Andy Isherwood strolls into Bezos country Exclusive Amazon Web Services has turned to an old-world IT exec, former Hewlett Packard Enterprise bigwig Andy Isherwood, to run its ops in Europe, the Middle East and Africa – and inject some enterprise tech...
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Right outta the Big Blue IBM's on-premises Cloud Object Storage has come out on top in Gartner's latest industry rankings.…
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Yep, it's yet another dildon’t Security researchers have found multiple vulnerabilities in smart sex toys that open up the potential for all sorts of mischief by hackers.…
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Would you eat it? Tell us why and you could win some Reg merch Giveaway Brit supermarket chain Morrisons has sacked 1,500 middle managers – but fear not, they’ve also vomited out an unholy creation that is part pizza, part Yorkshire pudding.…
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No economies of scale = piss-poor adoption Analysis The prospects of XPoint and other persistent memory technologies becoming a standard part of servers' design is being held up because the darn stuff costs too much, an analyst has said.…
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Apparently, senior NHS Trust managers will be held accountable... stop giggling The WannaCry outbreak has forced the UK's national health service to overhaul its crisis planning to put new measures in place to avoid further crippling cyber attacks.…
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Will no one rid me of this turbulent beast? BT's problem child Global Services once again dragged sales down, this time by three per cent in the third quarter of its financial year to £5.97bn.…
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Facial recognition app promises to verify your age to bouncers Five clubs in Bournemouth are now accepting ID in the form of an app that verifies who you are through facial recognition – to the disdain of privacy activists.…
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Facial recognition app promises to verify your age to bouncers Five clubs in Bournemouth are now accepting ID in the form of an app that verifies who you are through facial recognition – to the disdain of privacy activists.…
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