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Tuesday June 25, 2019. 03:00 PM
Over in proprietary land, musical chairs a thing at Microsoft too as former Windows Insider-in-chief quits To lose one board member may be regarded as a misfortune, to lose two looks like carelessness, but to lose three?…
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Heartbeat rhythms could be the next biometric authentication method Biometric systems could use the unique patterns from a person's ECG reading for biometric sign-ons.…
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Handy features in the Store applications, but the underlying infrastructure changes matter more Hands On Microsoft's new terminal app is now available in the Windows Store - so naturally your vultures took it for a spin.…
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Although third time unlucky as the centre stage enjoys an explosive landing SpaceX's Falcon Heavy turned night into day this morning as the monster rocket successfully hauled itself from Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 39A.…
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Long delayed Emergency Services Network probably not helping UK police might not agree on how to measure the success of technology used on the beat, but three-quarters of them want better mobile kit - and more of it.…
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Even govt rules have knock-on effects, warns Andrew Sullivan Interview Andrew Sullivan, chief exec of the Internet Society, has condemned governments that 'interfere in underlying technologies that people are allowed to build,' as regulators increasingly target net...
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Meanwhile in the home, it's all Google, Amazon, Apple… Analysis The smart home and internet-of-things market has long suffered from a plethora of protocols and standards: from X10 and ZigBee, to LightwaveRF, Z-Wave, Bluetooth, HomeKit, Weave, and Brillo. This month,...
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May mean humans can travel to and infect alien worlds using cryotanks of reproductive cells Humans may be able to colonize space after all, as a new study shows frozen sperm seems to be unaffected by the effects of microgravity.…
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Revealed: Long-running espionage campaign targets phone carriers to snoop on VIPs' location, call records Hackers infiltrated the networks of at least ten cellular telcos around the world, and remained hidden for years, as part of a long-running tightly targeted surveillance ...
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Revealed: Long-running espionage campaign targets phone carriers to snoop on VIPs' location, call records Hackers infiltrated the networks of at least ten cellular telcos around the world, and remained hidden for years, as part of a long-running tightly targeted surveillance ...
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So claims this Ernst & Young probe report Gerald Cotten, the late Quadriga CEO, created a string of accounts on his Canadian cryptocurrency exchange, each under an alias and containing bogus dollar balances, according to Ernst & Young auditors. He then used those accounts,...
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Accuses both companies of withholding essential information, claims multiple conflicts of interest A cray cray Cray investor is attempting to scupper the supercomputer builder's pending $1.3bn acquisition by HPE, by proposing a class-action lawsuit.…
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Monday June 24, 2019. 11:44 PM
It's all in a lucrative day's work for Red Mosquito A Scottish managed services provider is running a lucrative sideline in ransomware decryption – however, a sting operation by a security firm appears to show that “decryption” merely means paying off the malware's...
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Top court undoes snub for provocatively named clothing brand When Erik Brunetti in 2011 first tried to obtain a trademark for his clothing company FUCT, the US Patent and Trademark Office blocked his application.…
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Tehran's hackers are 'wiping' infected machines as tensions spike, fresh sanctions approved Hackers operating on behalf of the Iranian government have turned destructive, the US Department of Homeland Security has claimed.…
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'Normally you'd filter it out if some small provider said they own the internet' Updated Verizon sent a big chunk of the internet down a black hole this morning – and caused outages at Cloudflare, Facebook, Amazon, and others – after it wrongly accepted a network...
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Insurers and family fling sueballs at Cupertino giant Apple is being sued Stateside over allegations that a faulty iPad battery caused a fire which resulted in a New Jersey man's death.…
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Small machines with feeble CPUs are becoming interesting again In an act of technological voodoo, bare metal cloud provider Packet has resurrected the IT trend that was last in the headlines circa 2015 - the microserver.…
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A trio of heavy lifters in rocket boffinry Roundup There was European joy, Russian frustration and a bit of a tease from the Falcon Heavy last week. And while the Pi 4 is the new shiny, spare a thought for the computers on the ISS.…
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Nope: It was not giving Android a run for its money... Bill Gates has said his biggest management miscalculation was failing to position Microsoft's Windows Phone as the primary rival mobile operating system to Apple's iOS.…
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