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Thursday November 16, 2017. 10:33 AM
Commentards didn't hold back and some experts disagreed The Register's recent story about the failure of most UK high street banks to follow web security best practices has provoked a lively debate among security experts.…
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Ever heard of 'GDS'? Yup, that was me ¡Bong! Every man must make a reckoning, and now I must make mine. มาลัย (which means 'Garland of Flowers' in Thai), please note the following.…
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Criticises European Court of Justice before deadline for comments on looming cases Google's general counsel has signalled the company intends to fight, hard, against broad interpretations of the European Union's right to be forgotten.…
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Boffins look on the bright side of detecting basically nothing Physicists have ruled out the existence of axions once considered possible dark matter candidates.…
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Chipzilla goes back to the drawing board on many-core math accelerator line Updated Intel has scrapped Knights Hill, an upcoming addition to its high-end many-core Xeon Phi chip family, and will go back to the drawing board for its microarchitecture.…
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Uh, er, hey look, VS 2017 fans – there's some AI tools, though! Microsoft and GitHub on Wednesday announced real-time collaboration in their respective code editors, almost as if they'd been collaborating.…
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Stopping the powerful changing history, Orwell style At the Internet Archive's headquarters in San Francisco, California, on Wednesday, technologists, educators, archivists, and others fact-oriented folks gathered to discuss how they and the like-minded can save news from...
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Size does matter... especially when you've got launch deadlines to hit Intel and Micron have expanded their XPoint production fab in Utah, USA, as the clock ticks down to the launch of XPoint DIMMs in the second half of 2018.…
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This week in fact Earlier this week, the official Facebook and Twitter accounts of the Russian Ministry of Defense said it had 'irrefutable evidence' the US was aiding ISIS in Syria – and revealed four grainy photos apparently backing up its claims.…
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Microsoft classified as a telco, so told to cough up. It may gaufre an appeal Skype has failed in its appeal against a 2016 fine in Belgium for failing to help authorities tap calls in a criminal investigation, with the court saying it must comply with the country's...
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Chips to the rescue Sponsored One of the greatest barriers to broader cloud adoption is security.…
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Boffins find smartmobe accelerometers can turn your gait into a biometric A trio of Indian boffins have studied the use of smartphone accelerometers as biometric sensors and concluded they could be a handy way to identify users.…
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And this time it's caught up by adding data de-duplication Microsoft's revealed that Storage Spaces Direct will return in the next semi-annual version of Windows Server.…
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Sensor in pill, bluetooth patch on arm, app in phone... and crossed fingers nothing leaks What could possibly go wrong when drug companies embed into a pill, so that after you swallow it connects to a smartphone app and then sends data over the internet?…
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Sales down, orders up, hopes pinned on intent-based networking (A.K.A. a dash of AI) Cisco suffered a decline in revenue for Q1 2018, weighed down by ongoing weakness in its switch and router business.…
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Meetings cancelled as conferencing tool goes dark following weekend maintence Customers of online web conference meeting service Adobe Connect have been unable or have struggled to access the collaboration tool for several days.…
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Wednesday November 15, 2017. 11:59 PM
But it's still better than nothing Analysis The United States government has published its new policy for publicly disclosing vulnerabilities and security holes.…
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Fallchill file-stealing malware raids American networks The FBI and US Homeland Security have issued an alert about a new strain of malware infecting American corporate systems and stealing sensitive data.…
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What's Russian for 'section 702 s***show'? Analysis The reauthorization of a controversial US government spying program has made further progress with the Senate's intelligence committee putting forward its recommendations to the whole Senate.…
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Remote desktop dev claims Cupertino froze them out A patent lawsuit alleging that Apple froze out a third-party software developer has been given credence by America's International Trade Commission (USITC), which will investigate the complaint.…
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