MacMusic  |  PcMusic  |  440 Software  |  440 Forums  |  440TV  |  Zicos
acirc
Search

PC / Tech. > TheRegister

Tuesday November 28, 2017. 07:31 AM
PowerDNS admins, feel free to fix these DNSSEC bugs before something nasty happens Open source DNS software vendor PowerDNS has advised users to patch its 'Authoritative' and 'Recursor' products, to squish five bugs disclosed today.…
    1
We promise not to make any sour kraut gags Facebook has caved to political pressure and announced a new office in Germany to scrub abusive posts from its social network.…
    0
Animal-piloted cyborgs is just what 2017 needs right now Amputee monkeys have been trained to control robotic arms with their minds using an advanced brain-machine interface, a group of researchers has claimed.…
    0
Ahem ahem, have you... have you tried turning off and on again? Call it a bug, call it a spellcheck quirk, or call it a wonderful bit of wishful thinking; iPhone owners are all about the IT department these days.…
    0
What's Redmond got to hide? Or clear with lawyers? Microsoft's delayed its big reveal of how it plans to run VMware on Azure by a fortnight, and won't say why.…
    0
Fake pizza, fake comments, fake arguments aren't helping either side Analysis Just because it was inevitable doesn't make it bearable.…
    1
Tech consultants waged six-year hacking campaign, American prosecutors claim Three Chinese nationals went on a six-year hacking spree against American targets, siphoning financial reports and tech blueprints, US prosecutors allege.…
    0
Web giant's R&D boffins to tease privacy-protecting tech in NIPS show-and-tell Video Google researchers claim to have developed an 'electronic screen protector' that can alert you when nosy parkers are looking over your shoulder at your phone.…
    0
Lawmakers wonder if biz known for regulatory contempt flouted rules Five US senators on Monday asked ersatz taxi biz and lawsuit magnet Uber to provide more details about how it allowed hackers in 2016 to pilfer personal information for 57 million customers and drivers.…
    0
Apple's facial-recog tech 'not secure enough for business' claim researchers Video Security researchers have once again claimed a simple mask can hoodwink Apple's Face ID authentication system, which graces the tech giant's $1,000 iPhone X.…
    0
Buttered beverage second-nastiest thing on upstart's site The Silicon Valley-backed nutrition upstart specializing in butter-infused coffee says evil code injected into its website was covertly gulping customers' payment card details for months.…
    0
Monday November 27, 2017. 11:40 PM
Once you're in... How times change. When the Cloud Industry Forum first started surveying cloud take-up, about seven years ago, most businesses still weren’t using any cloud services. Its latest survey, published this spring, revealed that nearly 90 per cent of...
    0
Strangers' snaps glimpsed, deleted with code you wouldn't touch with a ten-foot poll A security researcher found a way to delete any picture on Facebook, irrespective of whether it's public or private, by cunning use of polls.…
    0
City's attempt to foster competition shafted after taking pole position An American city's efforts to make it easier for Google and upstart ISPs to compete against cable giants has been unceremoniously unplugged.…
    0
Cure period now available in other license flavors Facebook, Google, IBM, and Red Hat on Monday will give free-software license violators two months to mend their ways before going nuclear.…
    0
Thoma Bravo bags network security biz for $1.6bn cash Private equity biz Thoma Bravo is buying slow-growth Barracuda Networks for $1.6bn in cash.…
    0
Come on in, the water's... err... cloudy Businesses want cloud-style IT, HPE declared as it pushed out GreenLake on-premises everything-as-a-service models – an evolution of its Flex Capacity pay-per-use infrastructure.…
    0
Summer tests show mobile signal on all trains is possible Transport for London promises to have 4G mobile coverage on the London Underground during 2019 following successful tests this summer.…
    0
User conference opens with call for clarity on indirect access Brit SAP users have little interest in adopting the German enterprise resource planning giant's self-branded 'digital innovation system', Leonardo, citing licensing concerns as a barrier, according to a survey.…
    0
Revisiting a feel-good hit of the summer Long-Term Test It's become a bit of cliché that in recent years low-cost Chinese phones have been 'disrupting' a market that belonged to high-margin, high-cost flagship makers like Samsung and Sony. But what happens when a Chinese...
    0
News copyright owned by their original publishers | Copyright © 2004 - 2017 Zicos / 440Network
Current Date
Dec, Wed 13 - 12:14 CET