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Monday October 29, 2018. 01:34 PM
Little by Little, he, er, Lost Control of his garden A man from Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, allowed dog toffee to build up in his garden over the summer months to the point that his neighbours couldn't bear to open their windows.…
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Meanwhile, China notches up another launch success and a commerical orbital miss While the Hubble Space Telescope gingerly spun its gyros back to life, China and Russia were busy lighting the business ends of rockets with varying levels of success in this week's round-up.…
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Two weeks till doors open on our conference Events We’ll be throwing open the doors at Serverless London in two weeks time, that's Nov 12, with a programme that is not just platform-agnostic, but shows how the technology is used in applications from connected cars to...
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Plus Blighty goes full Kubernetes and Windows Mixed Reality still a thing in this week's round up While Microsoft celebrated another earnings bonanza and its flagship operating system continued to remain conspicuously absent there was plenty for the followers of Redmond's...
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Just one of the pitfalls of fruity brand's biz in FY'19, stock market gamblers warned Apple could be the “collateral damage” in the escalating trade war between Donald Trump’s US administration and China's government, a Wall Street analyst has warned.…
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Servicemen and women 'deserve' access to our tech... even if that includes Windows 10 October 2018 Update Microsoft has responded to critics - some of them on the payroll - over its decision to keep selling tech to the US military, including its recent bid for a whopping...
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But fake fix wins more praise Who, Me? Welcome once more to Who, Me?, our weekly column in which readers confess to their worst IT cock-ups.…
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Including: Bonus IBM Watson Health drama Roundup Let's kick Monday off with a bunch of bits and bytes you may have missed last week from the world of AI – alleged intelligence or artificial intelligence, depending on where you stand.…
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Not a great look for an industry tackling data bias issues Special report Like something out of HBO's TV satire Silicon Valley, Neural Information Processing Systems is one of the world's top AI conferences.…
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Sunday October 28, 2018. 08:14 PM
Mainframe giant to try on open-source outfit IBM intends to acquire enterprise Linux maker Red Hat for $34bn (£27bn).…
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Selling toolsets is a no-no, distributing them for free a gray area Analysis This week the US Copyright Office ruled it's OK for Americans to break anti-piracy protections in a bunch of home and personal devices, and vehicles, in the course of fixing or tinkering with said...
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Saturday October 27, 2018. 03:19 PM
Plus, GSA shamed for glacial notification pace Roundup This week's headlines included buggy cranes, WebEx cockups, and DNS drama.…
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Scientists watch from 1,000 miles away as Charlie the Rover plays with ExoMars' toys A prototype Mars rover, named Charlie, has gone for a trundle around Spain’s Tabernas Desert this week, as scientists gear up for the real thing in 2021.…
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Your gentle first-steps to processing live information streaming from networked sensors Comment The Internet of Things is growing, and it feels unstoppable.…
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The state's top court, however, may be asked to intervene Florida's Fourth District Court of Appeals has granted a petition by a defendant not to be forced to reveal his iPhone passcode and iTunes password, based on the US Fifth Amendment's protection against...
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US govt's legal challenge halts rollout of internet safeguards The US state of California has agreed to put its controversial net neutrality law on hold pending a legal challenge against it from the federal government.…
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Friday October 26, 2018. 10:52 PM
Hole opens up remote-code execution to miscreants – or a crash, if you're lucky A security bug in Systemd can be exploited over the network to, at best, potentially crash a vulnerable Linux machine, or, at worst, execute malicious code on the box.…
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Yeah, everyone's getting fed up with next-gen wireless hype Once in a generation, a technology comes along that changes everything: how we work, communicate, trade, live.…
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Massive hacker playground can be spun up on the cheap A group of Italian researchers have developed a blueprint for a massive virtualized enterprise network to allow for large-scale security tests without ruining an IT manager's day.…
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Whack-a-Troll: Ad biz smashes latest manipulation plot to show it's doing... something Facebook, the antisocial advertising platform on which anyone can promote just about anything, on Friday said it found people promoting political discord in the US and UK, yet again.…
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