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samedi 18 septembre 2021, 02:57
Oh, sorry, we thought you wanted us to obey the law?! – Silicon Valley A tactical-voting app built by allies of Vladimir Putin’s jailed political opponent Alexei Navalny is now unavailable in Russian Apple and Google app stores following threats of fines from the...
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Software unused after a few months will lose access to sensitive features unless exempted In December, Google plans to have app runtime permissions expire on older versions of Android for apps that haven't been opened for several months, extending the availability of a...
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Once dismissed proof-of-concept attack on Microsoft OS through WSL detected in the wild Linux binaries have been found trying to take over Windows systems in what appears to be the first publicly identified malware to utilize Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) to...
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vendredi 17 septembre 2021, 23:03
Either way, it's bad news for VirtualBox – it's stopped working Microsoft emitted a fresh build of Windows 11 last night, and piled on the woe for some customers hoping that virtual machines might be their way out of the hardware compatibility hole.…
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Either way, it's bad news for VirtualBox – it's stopped working Microsoft emitted a fresh build of Windows 11 last night, and piled on the woe for some customers hoping that virtual machines might be their way out of the hardware compatibility hole.…
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Redmond doesn't do things by half – unless it's Long Term Support Microsoft has grudgingly admitted that not everyone will want to ascend to its cloud with the Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) version of its Office cash cow.…
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Lifelong cost focus was his namesake company's corporate downfall Obituary Sir Clive Sinclair, the visionary pioneer of computing for the British masses and creator of the legendary ZX Spectrum, has died at the age of 81. His legacy is the British tech scene as we know it...
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'If you don't get your timing right you get whacked round the back of the head' admits scrappy octogenarian An 80-year-old Lancashire grandfather has gone viral on TikTok and Instagram in a video featuring him squaring off with a sparring aid for boxers.…
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Tells clients it is tackling the issue An IT recruitment agency says a 'phishing scam' is behind a fake email sent to its customers with details on how to apply for a 'Coronavirus Digital Passport.'…
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Phonebox upgrade dishes out internet and more in Kensington and Chelsea BT was joined by local dignitaries including the Mayor of Kensington to cut the silk sash on its 21st-century phone box that gives people access to free Gigabit Wi-Fi, rapid mobile phone charging, and...
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On-prem systems hold advantages in terms of known costs, say insiders Cloud-based data warehouse darling Snowflake has launched its latest venture into financial services, while Teradata, something of a stalwart in data warehousing for banks and insurers, is attempting to...
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Phrase is catnip for software market UK government has tempted the ravenous software and consultancy supply market with £4bn in the name of 'large-scale digital transformation programmes.'…
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Not always, but Swiss team says you can manage the risks There's a fine line between getting hold of data that may be in the public interest and downright stealing data just because you can. And simply because the data is out there – having been stolen by online intruders...
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Jeff Bezos founded biz at the 'apex of the Big Tech tax avoiders' Amazon says turnover from business 'activities' in Britain went up by more than 50 per cent year-on-year during 2020, but the profit the organisation generated locally is again typically unclear.…
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Forget productivity, find a way to unplug and recover Software developers and IT workers can improve their sense of well-being and their perception of themselves if they partake in mindful breathing, a trio of boffins have found.…
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Can we close the education divide? Maybe, but not by stuffing it with computers and smart boards Register Debate This week's Register Debate tussled over the motion Technology widens the education divide. The results are in, and as you can see, we have a clear winner.…
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So many stuck trains, so many cancellations. Giant blue screen of Nope, we salute you. Bork!Bork!Bork! Microsoft Windows sums up the spirit of many readers today, in a railway-infused bork from Manchester.…
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J’appuie sur le starter et voici que je quitte la terre Something for the Weekend, Sir? Mute the mic. Hide the webcam. Freeze the shared screen. Enable Delivery Mode!…
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Remember when a games developer could be one guy with a ZX Spectrum? We like a bit of digital archaeology at Vulture Central so we were delighted to learn that retro-computing enthusiasts at Swindon's Museum of Computing have found games by Dymond Software that were once...
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Shake, rattle and roll is incompatible with your PABX On Call There are some things they don't teach you in college, as a Register reader explains in this week's instalment of tales from the On Call coalface.…
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