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Friday January 11, 2019. 12:20 PM
Shareholders' suit alleges there was a 'pattern' Another day, another anti-Google lawsuit – this time over claims Alphabet, adtech monolith Google's holding company, 'failed to take meaningful steps to address a pervasive culture of harassment and discrimination'.…
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It was still going? Exclusive Vodafone has confirmed it will shutter Demon Broadband, the pioneering Iron Age ISP, as part of its network upgrade plans.…
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It's not the messiah, it's just very naughty metadata Something for the Weekend, Sir? Withdrawal at the last moment isn't the most reliable method of avoiding trouble or embarrassment. This was certainly the experience at CES this year when judges very suddenly rescinded an...
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Healthcare networks pummeled amid drama over teen girl's custody Five months after he was found guilty of orchestrating a distributed denial-of-service attack against US healthcare providers, the self-styled Anonymous hacker Martin Gottesfeld has been sentenced to 121 months ...
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Why? For science! Within hours of announcing that he and his wife are divorcing, what's alleged to be Amazon tycoon Jeff Bezos' steamy texts to his new girlfriend were leaked online.…
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Because this comp is counting down to something... On Call Friday has come around, reliable as ever, to mark the end of that most dreaded thing, the first full week after New Year.…
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50-year theory finally confirmed by European space probe A scan of the heavens has shown space is littered with the crystallized remains of stars, and our own sun is expected to go the same way, too. Yes, turning into a crystal ball.…
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Database intrusion should not have succeeded, probe finds, but... The theft of 1.5 million patient records, including those of Singapore's Prime Minister, from the city state's SingHealth hospital group by hackers could probably have been stopped had the IT department not...
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The younger generation leads the fight against face matching Surprise, surprise, most Americans believe the US government shouldn't limit the use of facial recognition technology, particularly if it's convenient for them or used for their protection.…
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Hackers may be rubbing their hands with glee The IT impact of the ongoing partial US federal government shutdown has begun to show up in the form of degraded computer security. According to internet services biz Netcraft, more than 80 TLS certificates used on.gov websites...
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Snack company client disagrees, sues for $100m US snack food giant Mondelez is suing its insurance company for $100m after its claim for cleaning up a massive NotPetya ransomware infection was rejected – for being 'an act of war' and therefore not covered under its...
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If you're not Lenovo, HP or Dell it has been a year of shrinkage Global PC shipments slumped 4.3 per cent in the final quarter of the year as computer manufacturers had a very unhappy festive season.…
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Thursday January 10, 2019. 11:20 PM
Game over for Brit-based maker of real-time online gaming platform? Updated Improbable, the UK-based maker of the SpatialOS Game Development Kit (GDK) for the Unity game engine, on Thursday warned that all Unity-based titles integrating its GDK are now violating Unity's...
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Brit-based maker of real-time online gaming platform left in legal limbo Updated Improbable, the UK-based maker of the SpatialOS Game Development Kit (GDK) for the Unity game engine, on Thursday warned that all Unity-based titles integrating its GDK are now violating Unity's ...
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End of fast processing upsets the Apple cart (and workers at other Silicon Valley giants) Restrictions placed on US work visas by the Trump administration are upsetting employees in one of America's most profitable industries: technology.…
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Forum admin blames recycled credentials for 'security concern' Some Redditors have been locked out of their accounts over a mysterious security problem that the internet forum's admins have blamed on people reusing old passwords.…
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This is the age of the SSD Disk drive shipments sank from 104.8 million in Q4 of 2017 to 88-89 million in the fourth quarter of 2018, according to a preliminary report from research house TrendFocus.…
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You can’t stop the change: Chalk one up to AWS as judge agrees with Big Red's rival Oracle's in-house counsel has been denied access to sealed information in its legal battle over the Pentagon's $10bn cloud contract after a judge sided with AWS in what will be one of many...
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The cloud giveth and the cloud taketh away Updated Microsoft Azure's UK South storage region developed a distinct wobble today.…
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Move comes after database upstart mooted new licence to stop cloud giants ripping off its tech Amazon has sent a shot across the bow of MongoDB today as it announced a document database with Mongo compatibility.…
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