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Monday November 20, 2017. 01:02 PM
*No, mate. Just no* New model throws spanner in exoplanet debate A new physical model has added more support to the theory that the large exoplanet 55 Cancri e has an Earthlike atmosphere.…
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Students allegedly screened for wealth, tendency to give money Twenty-four British universities are being probed by the Information Commissioner's Office after being accused of using their ex-students' data to target those most likely to be extra alma to their mater.…
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Who are the RecoverX rivals again? Nice gig +Comment Distributed database protector Datos IO has added fractional backup and recovery so you can restore the data you want faster.…
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Look! A pic that's not a metaphor Security researchers have warned that it might be possible to destabilise a container ship by manipulating the vessel stowage plan or 'Bay Plan'.…
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If you take the Apple shaped pill, you'll see things different(ly) Apple fanbois being fanbois, Apple's new iPhone X isn’t 'super expensive' but rather 'totally worth it'. Or, as chief executive Tim Cook styled it, 'a value price... for the technology you’re getting'.…
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Shafting economy, more like... A draft UK law bill intended to close loopholes in so-called 'gig economy' employment practices has been published today by Parliament's Work and Pensions and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committees.…
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'Shape memory alloys' mean tires can roll over sharp objects without permanently deforming NASA has developed chainmail tires with a memory and thinks they'll do the trick for future rovers.…
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Open Web Application Security Project updated 'top-ten risks' lands on Monday, but we found a late, late draft The Open Web Application Security Project will on Monday, US time, reveal its annual analysis of web application risks, but The Register has sniffed out the final...
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Chipmakers could merge to take on BroadQual, Toshiba says its PCs aren't for sale While you relaxed over the weekend, financiers and execs were busy doing deals, or hosing them down.…
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Group Co-founded by City of London Police promises 'no snooping on your requests' The Global Cyber Alliance has given the world a new free Domain Name Service resolver, and advanced it as offering unusually strong security and privacy features.…
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Bleichenbacher, the name that always chills cryptographers' blood If you're an F5 BIG-IP sysadmin, get patching: there's a bug in the company's RSA implementation that can give an attacker access to encrypted messages.…
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Researchers watch publishers watching you, ignore privacy settings, run over mere HTTP Researchers working on browser fingerprinting found themselves distracted by a much more serious privacy breach: analytical scripts siphoning off masses of user interactions.…
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Linux Lord fires up over proposal to secure Linux by shutting down wonky processes Linux overlord Linus Torvalds has offered some very choice words about different approaches security, during a discussion about whitelisting features proposed for version 4.15 of the Linux...
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Regulators happy. Now investors get to see if buying Fibre Channel was a good idea Broadcom has completed its acquisition of Brocade.…
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Open/R distributed router software goes open source, with Juniper, Arista aboard Facebook has sent another shiver running up Cisco's spine, by releasing the code it uses for packet routing.…
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Sunday November 19, 2017. 11:41 PM
Custom big data bundles for Australia's Telstra pop up on product death list Vulture South last week spotted an oddity in this Cisco end of sale announcement for “Cisco Select UCS Server Accessories”.…
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nbn™ financials, the speed scandal, and 'what millennials like part 1,096' NBN Week Australia's National Broadband Network “speed scandal” was in the news again last week, as nbn™, the company building and operating the network, suggested it should publish its...
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Saturday November 18, 2017. 03:12 PM
NSF approves plan to keep Puerto Rico facility operational after hurricane trashed it The US National Science Foundation (NSF) has approved a plan to keep the famous Arecibo Observatory running after it was severely damaged by Hurricane Maria.…
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Sir Jony's nosey speakers delayed until 2018 Apple will fail to deliver its HomePod internet-connected speakers in time for the Christmas shopping season.…
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And this one is… not in favor of snooping on Americans, whoa The battle over a controversial US government spying program has intensified – with a fourth piece of legislation tackling the surveillance introduced to Congress on Friday.…
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