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Thursday May 3, 2018. 01:49 PM
Waterway to have a good time The good folk of Houston, Texas have started naming their adopted drains, as part of a community project seeking sponsorship of the city's water discharge system.…
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Didn't you know it's panacea to all corporate woes, bro?! Blockchain is overhyped, CIOs aren't using it and many don't plan to either, according to the latest research from Gartner.…
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G7ThinQ. You don't make it easy to get an audiophile treat, LG It's a sign of the times that of the big four UK operators, only O2 will stock LG's flagship, which launches this week: the 'G7 ThinQ'.…
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FaaS? Lambda? Functions? Tell us all about it The call for papers for Serverless Computing Conference London shuts tonight, so you need to act FaaSt if you want to share your experiences with us.…
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MPs slam bosses for failure to grasp reputational damage to UK online banking The boss of TSB has insisted it carried out rigorous testing ahead of a systems migration that saw thousands without access to their accounts for over a week - but revealed he won't be getting a...
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MPs slam bosses for failure to grasp reputational damage to UK online banking The boss of British bank TSB has insisted it carried out rigorous testing ahead of a systems migration that saw thousands without access to their accounts for over a week – but revealed he won't...
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Who was crowned worst ISP? You get one guess British people are increasingly unhappy with their broadband services, and once again TalkTalk is the most whinged about provider, according to a comprehensive annual survey by Ofcom.…
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Got electrodes in your head? Invest in a surge protector A report published in the Journal of Neurosurgery documented the alarming experience of a patient who got a little too close for comfort to a lightning storm while undergoing deep brain stimulation (DBS).…
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Kilopower experiment looks good for 10 kilowatts on the Moon, Mars or beyond NASA has announced successful tests of a small fission reactor capable of producing about 10 kilowatts of power, and hopes the technology will prove suitable for use on the Moon or Mars.…
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The world needs fewer men like Amazon's CEO Comment Poor, poor Jeff Bezos.…
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‘Dynamic Security Feature’ ruled Dodgy Sales FUD by Australian regulator HP Inc’s Australian tentacle* will compensate Australian printer buyers for not disclosing that its products would not accept third-party ink supplies.…
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Because devices on massive networks need services, says Linux Foundation orchestration guru Arpit Joshipura Over the next couple of quarters, a team of developers will start fleshing out the roadmap of a Linux Foundation effort A&T ignited in February, when the telco giant...
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'Hang on, we're selling what? In our stores? To our people? America's Department of Defense has banned all Huawei and ZTE devices from sale in all Defense Exchanges - the shops offered to military personnel and veterans.…
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Private company conducting search says ocean survey looks great, just doesn’t show plane The probably-final attempt at finding MH370, the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 missing since March 2014, has commenced.…
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Cisco's Prime and Secure Access Control also have critical-rated bugs to squash It's time for Cisco's Midweek Misery, netadmins, with four critical vulns to patch and a slew of others to look over if you have time.…
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Life is not like the movies - you can’t plug in a tape and expect to see data ANALYSIS “Australia's Largest Bank Lost The Personal Financial Histories Of 12 Million Customers” screams the headline at Buzzfeed. It’s a great story: the Commonwealth Bank (CBA) can’t...
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Roll-up! Roll-up! You've never seen anything like this! Pay up front while you still can! You've played the PlayStation, you've crossed paths with the Xbox but now prepare yourselves for the world's greatest ever games console!…
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Despite transparency push, the social network still scorns ad data aggregators Analysis Facebook says it intends to make its advertising more transparent, but its efforts to prevent other companies from doing as much is keeping its ad ecosystem opaque.…
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Security tool can be gamed to let any old riffraff into data A security vulnerability in Oracle Access Manager leaves the network authentication tool leaning more toward 'access' than 'manager.'…
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Security tool can be gamed to let any old riffraff into data A security vulnerability in Oracle Access Manager leaves the network authentication tool leaning more toward 'access' than 'manager.'…
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