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Tuesday September 19, 2017. 07:44 AM
'Tez' targets India, where cash is now a dirty word, will soon hit other emerging economies Google's launched a payments service called “Tez” for India and plans to take it to other nations soon.…
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And possibly beyond With little fanfare, Oracle formally tore the wraps off its SPARC M8 data-center-class processors and servers on Monday.…
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Screens-on-a-stalk and replaceable HDD and RAM may not a revolution make All-in-one PCs look pretty and make for tidy desks but don't often feature in business settings because bonding a monitor and a computer reduces maintenance options.…
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Servers-by-the-second is now a thing, but you pay for the whole first minute! Amazon Web Services has switched on per-second billing for EC2 Instances and elastic block store volumes.…
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Youngsters tricked into performing sex acts for pervs Four men have joined their two accomplices behind bars for tricking young girls into performing sex acts online so they could film them.…
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Two-factor authentication by SMS? More like SOS Once again, it's been demonstrated that vulnerabilities in cellphone networks can be exploited to intercept one-time two-factor authentication tokens in text messages.…
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Monday September 18, 2017. 11:26 PM
'Hang on, Trump has done what??!?' Video Six would-be Mars colonists have emerged from eight months of isolation on top of a Hawaiian volcano as part of preparations for an eventual manned mission to the Red Planet.…
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Jewelry exec faces up to five years in the clink for SEO backfire It may have seemed like a good idea at the time – treating a judge's takedown order as a Photoshop template that could be modified as needed to demand that Google remove any unwanted information.…
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Does someone need to take the handbrake off this thing? Microsoft on Sunday bragged its artificial intelligence technology is behind the, er, success of the massively underperforming Renault Formula One team.…
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Quiet hero dies at 77 Obit Stanislav Petrov, one of the unsung heroes of the Cold War without whose guts and intelligence you wouldn't be reading this, has died at the age of 77, his son has confirmed.…
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W3C lays out the case for anti-piracy, anti-copying defenses Anti-piracy and anti-copying protections are now formally part of the World Wide Web after an effort to vote down content controls at the WWW's standards body failed.…
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'Fact that they're even talking about it is quite significant' The Swiss-based bank for the world's central banks has argued that there's a lot to gain if they offer decentralised cryptocurrency to consumers.…
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Trump administration’s views on privacy to come under scrutiny Transatlantic data-transfer agreement Privacy Shield is facing its first major political hurdle as the inaugural joint review kicks off this week.…
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Southern drawler to fly off into sunset on back of a drone Cisco's exec chair and former CEO of ten years, John Chambers, will not stand for re-election to the board of directors in December.…
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Soothe your boobs, Microsoft is, er, on the case Microsoft's email services got hit with not one but two bugs today: in addition to an earlier blip with Exchange Online, Microsoft confirmed it is now probing 'issues' with 'some' Outlook.com users in Europe.…
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In audiobook form at least Square-jawed chunk of hunk Jon Hamm of Mad Men fame is to play everyone's favourite bounty botherer from a galaxy far, far away – Boba Fett.…
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German joins growing list of blokes saved by a saw A German chap is in recovery mode after firefighters battled tirelessly for three hours to free his member from a dumbbell weight.…
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It'll break the internet, cries Madison Ave Fear of the Adpocalypse has died down in recent months - but new platform Apple releases have revived it.…
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OK, OK, well the 2.27 million victims were not Reg readers Antivirus firm Avast has admitted inadvertently distributing a trojanised version of CCleaner, a popular PC tune-up tool, for nearly a month, infecting an estimated 2.27 million users.…
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Analytics is about the journey AND destination Sponsored If software is eating the world, then hackathons are its fast-food restaurants. Groups of developers come together for short periods to try to solve pressing problems. This happens in sectors from healthcare to retail, ...
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