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Thursday February 1, 2018. 11:11 AM
Department of Business splashing cash for YASA An Oxford-based electric motor company is opening a new factory it claims is capable of making 100,000 units a year.…
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Beginning of the end for copper? BT's Openreach has unveiled plans to connect three million premises to full fibre by 2020, up 50 per cent on its previous goal.…
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Now Oracle and others are wading in, like a BaaS As far as database giant Oracle is concerned, the October announcement of its Blockchain Cloud Service (BCS) was timed perfectly.…
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Pledges simple workflow creation tools as next act after grand Q4 and FY 2017 ServiceNow has put up a fine set of quarterly and annual numbers and offered guidance suggesting its best is yet to come as the company moves beyond its IT roots and prepares to let non-developer...
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Enters the dockless bike business, which is – ahem – not without its critics Uber has entered the bicycle-sharing business.…
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Out of the phone booth comes the IETF in lycra - with the power of STANDARDS! The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has emitted another small advance in its program to protect as much of the Internet as it can, with a request that email systems finish encrypting all...
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...and they have also found one of its first stars Astrophysicists have found evidence that the Milky Way has gobbled up neighbouring massive dwarf galaxies over its 13 billion year lifetime.…
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More than ever, YOU are Facebook's product as it trashes cat vids Facebook's announced revenue of US$12.97bn for Q42017, plus profit from of $4.23bn, even though it also owned up that tweaks to its news feed prompted a fall in time spent on the site.…
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Fossil find expands evidence from Cretaceous period NASA is mostly known for exploring space, but it can also uncover wonders closer to home.…
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Says cloud plan is working better than expected but predicts very modest growth Citrix has posted a strong fourth quarter, claimed its turnaround plan is working better than expected and asked the world to measure its health by looking at the number of subscribers it...
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Bonus space news: wanna salvage a SpaceX Falcon 9? Demonstrating again that anti-missile missiles work best under carefully controlled circumstances, a test of such a weapon fired from Hawaii has missed its target.…
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Bonus space news: wanna salvage a SpaceX Falcon 9? Demonstrating again that anti-missile missiles work best under carefully controlled circumstances, a test of such a weapon fired from Hawaii has missed its target.…
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Investors give shares a bumpy ride... and settle on no change in after-hours trading US chip designer Qualcomm on Wednesday reported $6.1bn flat-growth revenues for its first fiscal quarter of 2018, which ended on December 24, 2017.…
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Telco gives 5% to staff, 5% for capex, windfall for shareholders AT&T lobbied hard for tax cuts in the US – and that effort has rather paid off. Thanks to the President-Trump-championed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the telco revealed this week it rounded out 2017 with some...
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We'll buy the J/V from you so you can use the cash to buy us, goddit? Fujifilm has announced a $US6.1 billion deal to take control of troubled Xerox.…
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Frustrated fondleslab fans forced to stick kit in freezers Updated Microsoft Surface Pro 4 owners are up in arms over what they claim is an ongoing epidemic of screen failures blighting their expensive fondleslabs.…
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He was flush with cash, allegedly The boss of an IT services provider bribed a top Detroit city official to win lucrative contracts for his biz, prosecutors in the US have claimed.…
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Screw asking for digi-coins. Craft 'em on 500,000 computers For the past few years, ransomware has been a bane of computer users. These software nasties infect PCs, scramble files, and demand payment in cryptocurrency to restore the documents.…
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Wednesday January 31, 2018. 11:46 PM
Hawaii's EMA – you’ve never seen crisis management quite like this Analysis It's a common enough scenario: you are in charge of a critical piece of your company's computing infrastructure, and you make a simple mistake with far-reaching implications.…
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Doomed: Junkware claiming it can rid PCs of viruses, clean up the Registry, etc Microsoft will tighten the screws on scummy developers who use scare tactics to frighten people – particularly non-tech savvy folks – into paying for unnecessary software.…
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