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Tuesday March 19, 2019. 12:33 PM
Croydon, schools, Brexit, the Queen, poo – hey, it's a royal flush of terrible news items A high school in the picturesque London borough of Croydon has been gratefully lumped with a lifetime supply of loo roll after Her Majesty the Queen turned down a donation from a...
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Croydon, schools, Brexit, the Queen, poo – hey, it's a royal flush of terrible news items A high school in the picturesque London borough of Croydon has been gratefully lumped with a lifetime supply of loo roll after Her Majesty the Queen turned down a donation from a...
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Panto season comes early as the commercial threat focuses the minds of managers As NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) continued to cry out for its own variant of the 'Distracted Boyfriend' meme, Russia showed the US space agency how to do delays properly.…
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Panto season comes early as the commercial threat focuses the minds of managers As NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) continued to cry out for its own variant of the 'Distracted Boyfriend' meme, Russia showed the US space agency how to do delays properly.…
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Z refresh cycles slows, bruises Big Blue's server revenue IBM's worldwide server sales took a turn for the worse in Q4, declining by almost a third as the dust settled on the Z mainframe refresh rush.…
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Bunch of bugs stomped with version 0.71 Venerable SSH client PuTTY has received a pile of security patches, with its lead maintainer admitting to the The Register that one fixed a ''game over' level vulnerability'.…
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Notorious code puts on suit and tie, goes after business kit A strain of the botnet malware Mirai has emerged focused on a wider set of embedded internet-connected devices.…
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Interactive entertainment tells on itself despite encryption Boffins have found a side channel to observe the choices netizens make when viewing interactive streaming videos.…
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It only took three fscking hours of keynote to announce it – where's the GPU optimization for that? GTC It's that time of year again. Jensen Huang, Nvidia’s CEO, paraded a range of goodies for GPU nerds, including a forthcoming credit-card sized AI computer board and...
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Congresscritter seeks $250m for 'defamation, neglience' A US congressman is getting a crash course in the Streisand Effect after filing a lawsuit this week against Twitter and a handful of his harshest critics on the antisocial network.…
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Monday March 18, 2019. 11:18 PM
Residents claim net-connected, app-controlled system is harassment, surveillance Updated A group of Manhattan residents are suing their landlord after a smart lock was installed on their apartment block front door. They claim they are being forced to use a phone app to get...
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Time to revisit the idea of patent portfolio as nuclear deterrence? Analysis Qualcomm has won a $31m judgment against Apple in the US after the iGiant infringed three of Qualy's mobile phone battery patents – the latest ruling in a long series of intellectual property...
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Worst brew than that time El Reg went on a road trip and stopped at a Denny's IBM has issued a security alert over five vulnerabilities in its golden boy Watson analytics system.…
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Vast storage savings...er, tragic loss attributed to a data migration gone awry MySpace, the Norma Desmond of social networking platforms, appears to have lost all the music uploaded to the site since its founding in 2003 through 2015, a blunder the company reportedly...
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Well, that Knights Hill 2018 dream didn't work out, so let's shoot for 2021 instead Intel will, as expected, provide the processors for the US government's exascale-grade Aurora supercomputer, due to be deployed in 2021.…
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Get array with you Dell next month will refresh the Unity mid-range storage array line with Skylake Xeon processors and NVMe – the latter as expected after the firm's plan was revealed by The Register back in November last year.…
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If you have an LX901, you are at risk of mild embuggerance Updated A German security researcher has revealed that one model of Fujitsu wireless keyboard will accept unauthenticated input, despite the presence of AES-128 encryption.…
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And a stylus! But goes without saying that it ain't cheap Apple has tinkered with its iPad line, resurrecting the Air and administering a bit of mouth-to-mouth to the Mini as the company battles tottering sales.…
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Fears for vulnerable amid mass migration to online services Almost 4,000 computers have been cut from public libraries in England since 2010, with some 680 internet-connected machines lost in the past year.…
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Plus: UK health service sites contain commercial trackers All but three of the European Union member states' government websites are littered with undisclosed adtech trackers from Google and other firms, with many piggy-backing on third-party scripts, according to an...
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