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Wednesday May 22, 2019. 05:59 AM
Vulnerability can be exploited to turn users into system stars, no patch available yet Updated A bug-hunter who previously disclosed Windows security flaws has publicly revealed another zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft's latest operating systems.…
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The May 2019 update is out and it's optional, for a while Microsoft on Tuesday released Windows 10, version 1903, aka the May 2019 Update, without forcing it on folks.…
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Biz app login details encrypted at rest, though, ad giant insists Google admitted Tuesday its paid-for G Suite of cloudy apps aimed at businesses stored some user passwords in plaintext albeit in an encrypted form.…
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Tuesday May 21, 2019. 11:11 PM
Sorry state of documentation baffles programmers as iGiant launches new MacBook Pros, promises better keyboards Apple developers are becoming increasingly vocal about their displeasure with the state of the iGiant's programmer documentation, which they depend upon to craft...
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Persistence pays off for online super-souk, but not for South American states Analysis It's taken seven years but online mega-mall Amazon will finally get its hands on the.amazon top-level domain name.…
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Touts 'vast improvements' in performance with 1.0 release KubeCon Europe The shadow of Microsoft loomed large over KubeCon with the version 1.0 release of its serverless container tech, Virtual Kubelet.…
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Microsoft pushing standard for new containery hotness KubeCon Europe Microsoft took to the stage at KubeCon in Barcelona today to push its take on the proliferation of mesh technologies that have sprung up around the container-happy tech.…
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Memo warns of regime having access to American data – remind you of anything? A US government agency has claimed drones pose a threat to national security in an echo of its wider campaign against all things Chinese.…
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Scottish Virgin Media users also down and out after lunch Updated UK mobile operator EE has been struggling to get its VoLTE services back on their feet, after a seven-hour flood of angry complaints from customers unable to place voice calls over the 4G network.…
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Plus: Fujitsu and Veeam hook up, cloudy IBM upgrade, Iguazio on Azure, and more Storage roundup It's a garage sale of storage info this morning, including faster IBM object storage, Rubrik hiring a Google veteran, Nakivo backup supporting Nutanix AHV systems and much, much...
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How do open-source projects play nicely? They get off Twitter KubeCon Europe Something odd happened at KubeCon 2019. Rather than snipe at each other from the safety of Twitter, two very similar open-source projects opted to pool their ideas into one: OpenTelemetry.…
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Come for the enterprise tech, stay for the tortured puns Most of us not fortunate enough to dwell in gated manors in the countryside hive to endure a simple truth – noisy neighbours can bee annoying. One Spanish couple had 80,000 of them, living in their bedroom wall.…
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Cheapskate fandroids get a pass on this one, though Your iPhone can be uniquely fingerprinted by apps and websites in a way that you can never clear. Not by deleting cookies, not by clearing your cache, not even by reinstalling iOS.…
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Customers shocked to find swathes of data deleted CrashPlan has banned a bunch of file formats from its online backup system aimed at small businesses.…
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Putting the 'blue' in blue moon Part two As you sup your evening pint or enjoy some lunchtime refreshment, depending on your timezone, cast your mind back 50 years to when Apollo 10 did the 'everything' part of 'everything but land' and nearly ended NASA's lunar ambitions...
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Why random plans made in pub shouldn't always be acted upon Three men we can safely call geeks are looking for help to restore an IBM 360 mainframe they rescued from a soon-to-be-demolished factory in Germany.…
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New convolutional neural network did just as well as radiologists in clinical settings Deep learning algorithms can help doctors predict a patient’s risk of lung cancer, according to fresh research published on Monday.…
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But not Bain; Bain is there for the long haul Silicon printer Toshiba Memory Holdings is reportedly planning to buy out major shareholders including Apple, Dell, Kingston and Seagate, as it prepares to try its luck in the public markets.…
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Temporary General License buys time for Chinese tech giant, customers, suppliers The US government on Monday gave Huawei temporary permission to obtain technology from American organizations so that the Chinese giant can continue to maintain and repair existing deployments...
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Cyber-cabbies bag more dosh from fares by gaming demand versus supply Analysis Drivers for ride-hailing apps Lyft and Uber have organized for better pay through collective action – and not by unionizing.…
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