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Wednesday July 25, 2018. 10:49 PM
App-ademic's lawsuit demands jury trial, damages, etc etc etc for alleged infringement Lyft is the target of a lawsuit filed by a former Georgia Tech professor who alleges the dial-a-ride upstart ripped off his patented idea.…
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Custom ASICs make decisions on sensors as developers get hooked on ad giant's cloud Google has designed a low-power version of its homegrown AI math accelerator, dubbed it the Edge TPU, and promised to ship it to developers by October.…
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Attacks on SAP, Oracle platforms incoming Hackers are increasingly looking to target enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems to disrupt and steal data from large companies.…
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At Node Summit, coders served some humble pie Software developers have been lionized in recent years for their influence over the information economy. At the Node Summit in San Francisco, California, on Wednesday, Guy Podjarny, CEO and cofounder of security biz Snyk,...
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Blacker than the heart of a Register hack Goths of the world rejoice! Outlook.com's Dark Mode is here, turning mailboxes into blacks and shades of grey such that Lego Batman would shed a tear of joy. If Lego Batman cried. Which he doesn't.…
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Oh, and Windows, but cool kids don't use that Oracle Database 18 is now available for on-prem download on Linux, according to a talkative senior Oracle chap.…
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Redmond smiles: We want to support customers in journey to cloud Microsoft threw a commercial preview bone to cloud-phobes* this week in the form of on-premises versions of its Server and Office applications.…
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Plus: Appetite for internal pen-testing appears to be growing Few companies bother to secure employee accounts with simple protections like two-factor authentication (2FA) and lockouts, an analysis by security company Rapid 7 has found.…
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Meanwhile, Pointnext chief Ana Pinczuk goes for a long walk HPE has appointed a permanent president to its new hybrid IT business group, in the form of Phil Davis, who is currently the firm's global sales chief.…
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Third bunch of fixes aimed at pleasing business types Running Windows 10 in the enterprise? Took the advice of Microsoft when it said the April 2018 Update was ready for the big leagues? You probably want to install last night's 'quality improvements'.…
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Etherscan XSS snafu could have been much, much worse Ethereum-tracking website Etherscan has resolved a cross-site scripting issue on its domain.…
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Departing head talks 'lumpy' deals and channel dreams Data protection outfit Commvault has revealed a deepening net loss of $8.6m on revenues of $176.2m, in Q1 FY'19 results described by Wells Fargo senior analyst Aaron Rakers as 'underwhelming'.…
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Plus: Did you know 'shadow IoT' was a thing? It is Analysis What exactly is the Internet of Things? According to Gartner and IDC, it's a network of endpoints capable of interacting with each other and the world via IP connectivity.…
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When outsourcing goes bad! NHS England and Capita blamed NHS England must re-evaluate the way it outsources work to the private sector in the wake of 'continued squabbles' with Capita over the mismanaged £700m Primary Support Care (PSC) contract.…
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And Denon+Marantz, too The European Commission has sent a slightly belated message to the consumer electronics industry that it frowns upon price fixing, this week fining four manufacturers a total of €111m (US$130m, £99m) for breaking European rules as long as seven...
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The story behind the quietly patched CVE-2018-3652 Ex-Intel security dragons have breathed fresh fire into the old maxim: if someone has physical access to your machine, you're pwned.…
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'OG of serverless' gets modern makeover Google App Engine will support two additional programming language runtimes in its standard environment in the next 30 days: Python 3.7 and PHP 7.2.…
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Impress pals at the pub by telling them about the creepy-sounding Medusae Fossae Have you ever wondered where Mars got all that striking iron-rich rust-colored dust from?…
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We're not here to fsck spiders – prove you care by getting busy with RADIUS and EAP Can we overcome the SOHOpeless security of the Internet of Things at the home and small business level? An Internet-Draft from Ericsson engineer Mohit Sethi suggests so.…
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Pwn web publishing tools, HTTP servers on Linux and Windows and earn a nice bonus A bunch of new bug bounty rewards are up for grabs from the Zero Day Initiative, in a first-come, best-dressed program kicking off on August 1.…
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