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Thursday July 26, 2018. 01:39 PM
Farewell Redstone. Hello, er, 19H1? Microsoft gave Windows Insiders a double treat last night and threw a bone to the dedicated crowd of Windows Mixed Reality users.…
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Court asked to grant permission for judicial review of 'inaccurate' snooping tech A campaign group has issued a legal challenge against the London Metropolitan Police's use of facial recognition technology.…
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MIT Lincoln metalheads broke big iron so you don't have to… oh, you still have to, don't you? HPC admin? Feeling slighted that all the good Spectre/Meltdown mitigation benchmarks ignore big iron? Fear not, a bunch of MIT boffins are on your side.…
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Tired of trolls? You won't win by controlling the internet, argues senior lecturer Paul Bernal Remember when the internet was a thing of beauty – connecting us to long-lost friends, the innocent pleasure of buying books using “e-commerce”, of sharing photos of cats?…
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Auntie's outage comes on predicted hottest day of the year The entire BBC website (less iPlayer) went down briefly this morning.…
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You too can have your very own network-as-a-service What's missing from Virtual Private Clouds? According to Big Switch Networks, it's an on-premises implementation.…
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Success hinges on the answers, says analyst Analysis Semiconductor analyst David Kanter has identified six areas of ignorance about Intel's Optane DIMMs where clarity will dictate whether they become popular or not.…
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Walmart had trouble getting its iOS and Android devs to embrace the web Updated Facebook's cross-platform open-source mobile framework React Native lived up to its marketing hype for Walmart Labs as the US shopping giant deployed the software last year.…
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No rad hardening so even HPE is 'pleasantly surprised' HPE’s mini supercomputer launched into space last year has survived the harsh conditions of zero gravity and radiation for almost a year.…
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Idea was first speculated more than 30 years ago – now hidden lake detected Scientists have discovered a lake of liquid water on Mars hidden beneath multiple layers of dust and ice, according to a paper published in Science on Wednesday.…
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Techno-dem urges DHS, NSA and NIST to rid sites of buggy legacy media player content It's bug-ridden, eternally insecure, and on death row – yet Adobe Flash persists on too many US government webpages.…
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Radeon and notebook surge brings best quarter in seven years AMD is crediting the continued success of Ryzen and Epyc processors, and Radeon graphics chips, in fueling its best quarter since 2011.…
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Radeon and notebook surge brings best quarter in seven years AMD is crediting the continued success of Ryzen and Epyc processors, and Radeon graphics chips, in fueling its best quarter since 2011.…
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Shareholders, here's thirty billion dollars so you feel better on double whammy Wednesday Qualcomm has abandoned its long-planned, long-stalled $44bn acquisition of Dutch chip maker NXP Semiconductors – and in its place, Qualy today announced a $30bn share buyback.…
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Even the Parliamentary Library doesn't agree with minister The rollout of Australia's MyHealth Record e-health system is moving from “troubled” towards “shambles”.…
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Two-factor authentication keys, cloud defenses, G Suite protections, and more It's day two of Google's Cloud Next 2018 conference in San Francisco – and the Chocolate Factory has been unveiling its defenses to thwart hackers and malware.…
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Wednesday July 25, 2018. 10:49 PM
App-ademic's lawsuit demands jury trial, damages, etc etc etc for alleged infringement Lyft is the target of a lawsuit filed by a former Georgia Tech professor who alleges the dial-a-ride upstart ripped off his patented idea.…
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Custom ASICs make decisions on sensors as developers get hooked on ad giant's cloud Google has designed a low-power version of its homegrown AI math accelerator, dubbed it the Edge TPU, and promised to ship it to developers by October.…
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Attacks on SAP, Oracle platforms incoming Hackers are increasingly looking to target enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems to disrupt and steal data from large companies.…
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At Node Summit, coders served some humble pie Software developers have been lionized in recent years for their influence over the information economy. At the Node Summit in San Francisco, California, on Wednesday, Guy Podjarny, CEO and cofounder of security biz Snyk,...
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