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Wednesday May 16, 2018. 01:28 PM
CEO awaits technical report Updated Manchester-based hosting outfit UKFast has fingered a Cisco switch as the root cause of a service wobble that has caused grief for some customers.…
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Puts best face on user biz after miserable results in enterprise Still smarting from last week's dismal annual results, BT today made a raft of announcements for its consumer group, including a converged broadband and mobile network.…
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Unmanned fliers' techies chat to El Reg Balancing military and civilian standards for data-crunching and software development for surveillance drones is an interesting challenge, according to unmanned aircraft company Insitu.…
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Data Protection Bill ping-pongs as MPs and peers battle over press regulations UK political parties have been urged not to use a 'legal loophole' that would allow them to process personal data revealing people's opinions on politics.…
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It's our fault the Facebooks and Googles run everything Comment In the same way it has become de rigueur to slag off Facebook for its many privacy sins while billions still dump their data into the service, it's also pretty trendy to pretend that blockchain, a digital ledger ...
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If you want your fave to survive, you'll need to dig deep If you're new to Linux you'd be forgiven for thinking there are only a half-dozen distributions – names like Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux tend to get most of the headlines.…
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If you want your fave to survive, you'll need to dig deep If you're new to Linux you'd be forgiven for thinking there are only a half-dozen distributions – names like Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux tend to get most of the headlines.…
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For all its utility, serverless lacks unicorns and rainbows Continuous Lifecycle 'You'll never go hungry if you know AWS,' one of the workshop participants at the Continuous Lifecycle* devops-focused conference in London remarked.…
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Skylab is 45, Mercury programme turns 55 Two NASA anniversaries rolled around this week, but you would be forgiven for missing them. The first was the 45th anniversary of the launch of the United States' only solo Space Station, Skylab, designed to host astronauts for months ...
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Games and alerts lost their voice to feature designed to hush auto-play vids Google has tweaked Chrome 66 to make the new feature that silences auto-playing videos less aggressive.…
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Can anyone catch the big three (plus Oracle and IBM?) Amazon Web Services has announced a new and significant marquee customer: Verizon.…
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Hand-sized quadrotor packs a neural network A team of computer scientists have built the smallest completely autonomous nano-drone that can control itself without the need for a human guidance.…
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Better review for Snaps Store promised anyway after last week's crypto surprise Canonical has responded to last week's discovery that its Snap store carried apps containing embedded crypto-currency miners, by pledging to introduce a “verified developer” program.…
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Before it amplifies DDoS attacks Universal Plug 'n' Play, that eternal feast of the black-hat, has been identified as helping to amplify denial-of-service attacks.…
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Proof-of-concept fits in a Tweet and can take down all of RH's best bits Red Hat has announced a critical vulnerability in its DHCP client and while it doesn't have a brand name it does have a Tweetable proof-of-concept.…
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That sound you can hear is laughter from Oracle HQ Two US senators have asked the nation's Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to take another look at Google's location harvesting.…
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Babbles about subpoenas, corruption, corrupt pyramidal power structures and so much more Security personality John McAfee has “gone underground” in a convoy of armored cars escorted by people claimed to be former members of the military, to escape what he says is...
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Not even Zuckerberg can escape the tax man Facebook has lost its bid to throw out a tax bill on $7bn worth of income it had stashed overseas.…
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There was a lot going in the Palm Desert heat Intel Capital If ever there was an analogy for how technology enables man to do extraordinary things, it came on Tuesday morning and Wednesday afternoon last week at the Intel Capital conference in Palm Desert, California.…
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Report claims former intel worker behind data dump A former CIA employee has been named as the prime suspect in last year's dump of thousands of documents on the agency's hacking practices.…
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