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Tuesday October 30, 2018. 12:02 PM
Chip maker Fujian Jinhua labelled 'national security' risk The US department of commerce has issued an edict that effectively bans American companies exporting technology to Chinese DRAM maker Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Company.…
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It's coming, but only for enterprise customers Australian businesses will soon get retail offers for the kind of National Broadband Network services consumers pine for: symmetrical gigabit-per-second Ethernet access, delivered over fibre.…
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This time use people who know what they're doing Interview The new Cabinet secretary and head of the British civil service, Mark Sedwill, has a chance to rethink how the UK government does IT.…
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Shake-up might give Apple's phone shipments a boost After years in the doldrums, the iPhone XR could boost Apple's phone shipments.…
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Engineers hope it will land a rover safely for the future Mars 2020 mission Video NASA engineers have launched a gigantic parachute as big as a house at record speed to prepare for its Mars 2020 mission.…
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Traditional math heavy calculations are just too slow AI can help chemists crack the molecular structure of crystals much faster than traditional modelling methods, according to research published in Nature Communications on Monday.…
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Dictation tool was more than just another app for those with disabilities A seemingly insignificant product cancellation is having a far-reaching impact on a particular community of Mac users.…
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Quick takeaway: most everyone sucks at IaaS The average business has around 14 improperly configured IaaS instances running at any given time and roughly one in every 20 AWS S3 buckets are left wide open to the public internet.…
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Huawei, ZTE are threats to critical infrastructure. Super Micro servers? No problem The head of the Australian Signals Directorate, the Down Under equivalent of America's NSA, has said Chinese vendors Huawei and ZTE would be a threat to critical infrastructure if they were...
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Monday October 29, 2018. 11:23 PM
Our eye on the sky winks open Astroboffins the world over drew a collective sigh of relief to hear that the Hubble Space Telescope has been formally returned to service.…
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The world according to FCC Commissioner Michael O'Rielly Comment It has long been a sad truth that Washington DC lives within its own distorted universe, but even by DC standards a recent speech by federal regulator Michael O'Rielly is a wonder to behold.…
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Don't chuck away the software away just yet For all the fuss over algorithms and machine learning, computation can't quite compete with people when it comes to lossy image compression.…
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That furious clicking you hear is Charlie Brooker frantically writing his next script A newly developed class of brain implants could also become hacking targets, researchers are warning.…
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Thirsty for cloud? Let's have a drink Analysis IBM has spent a good long spell slumped at the bar in the last chance saloon for businesses figuring out how to make a mark in the public cloud arena. The proposed buy of Red Hat is supposed to change all that.…
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Chancellor says not 'sustainable or fair' that digital shops aren't paying a fair share UK chancellor Philip Hammond has used today’s budget to take aim at tech giants who he says aren't paying their fair share of tax in the nation and is promising to introduce a digital...
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Bluffing no more Hands On 'We're not the cheeky upstart anymore,' OnePlus told us at previews of the 6T flagship, its seventh, launched today.…
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Faster controllers, doubled capacity Fujitsu has announced the fourth generation of its high-end DX8900 array with 50 per cent more drives, doubled storage capacity, faster caching, a 1.3x performance boost and the addition of compression.…
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Chugga chugga chugga chugga... EEEEE... we are currently unable to process... Updated Train companies across the UK are unable to take online ticket bookings due to what has been described as a 'national issue' with the country's reservation service.…
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Report slams lack of empirical measures on hardships Brit MPs have expressed serious concerns about the Department for Work and Pensions' ability to transfer 4 million people on legacy benefits to its embattled Universal Credit programme.…
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Next stop, formaldehyde-free mattresses? Xiaomi will officially launch in the UK with its first physical store in November – and retail support from Hutchison's Three UK.…
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