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vendredi 22 septembre 2017, 14:48
Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours Microsoft has revealed the location of its flagship UK store – just up the road from Apple's flamboyant, tree-lined Regent Street shop.…
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What a carve-up! A kebab shop owner who had sliced off a chunk of his takings and hid it from the taxman has been sent down for 30 months.…
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Smart contracts language easy to use and create exploits with An Ethereum-backed contest has revealed a few new tricks for disguising malware as the harmless code the network uses to transfer and manipulate funds: digital smart contracts.…
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Inside ITP, Safari's third-party cookie zapper Can the world's biggest tech company tame the Wild West of the digital ad industry as its data slurping becomes ever more intrusive? Since Facebook and Google are essentially colluding with behavioural data collection, and...
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That could mean 40,000 drivers out of work Uber's application for a new licence in the capital has been rejected, in a shock move by Transport for London today which said the firm is not 'fit and proper' to hold a licence.…
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All part of CEO Whitman's 'long-term ops and financial blueprint' Hewlett Packard Enterprise is about to release the trap door again with 5,000 employees, or almost 10 per cent of its workforce, expected to fall through it.…
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Two other big brands, Sky and BT, also in the naughty corner Beleaguered ISP TalkTalk has once again been named worst ISP in a biannual survey of providers by consumer charity Which?…
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Revenues are up, but NoSQL firm still burning through cash Oracle-chaser MongoDB has filed to go public, with its accounts revealing it made a net loss of almost $90m in the year ended January 31, 2017.…
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The security week in review Roundup As ever, it's been a doozy of a week for cybersecurity, or lack thereof. The Equifax saga just keeps giving, the SEC admitted it was thoroughly pwned, and Slack doesn't bother to sign its Linux versions. We do spoil you so, Reg readers....
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Just install the trial software on 1,000 PCs and I'll be on my way Something for the Weekend, Sir? 'I'm sorry, who are you again?'…
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In 2018 'MAREA' will move ads and Azure from USA to Spain at 160 terabits per second Construction of Microsoft and Facebook's jointly-funded submarine cable has ended.…
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Sysadmin hated making it look so easy, but didn't mind being a hero for saving a payroll run On-Call Can you feel it? The weekend's just over the horizon, so it's time for On-Call, The Register's Friday column in which we share readers' tales of literally incredible jobs...
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Company has trove of 2,000 patents and won't enforce any of them if you licence right Red Hat says it has amassed over 2,000 patents and won't enforce them if the technologies they describe are used in properly-licensed open-source software.…
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Surprise – a thumbs up to private info flying over the Pond The much-heralded first review of the EU‑US Privacy Shield Framework that governs the flow of personal information across the Atlantic has concluded – and would you believe it? Representatives of the EU and US ...
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Backup appliance sales go off a cliff, traditional array vendors just aren't growing Sales of purpose-built backup appliances have dropped markedly, with year-on-year dips of 16.2 per cent by revenue and 14.9 per cent by capacity, according to analyst firm IDC's Worldwide...
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Bio-boffins urge Red Planet life search to hunt for weird metal Scientists hoping to discover evidence of life on Mars should search for vanadium, a metallic element, according to a paper published in Astrobiology this month.…
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Now that all the unpleasantness is behind us, let us code Java SE 9 and Java EE 8 have arrived.…
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The Borg assimilates the infrastructure-as-code message Cisco has announced that UCS Director will ascend into the cloud as part of a new infrastructure management service named “Intersight”.…
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He's now facing 10 years in prison for act of spite An IT contractor is facing a possible decade behind bars in America for planting a ticking 'destructive' time bomb in US military systems.…
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US watchdog raps breach-of-contract brats for retracted transacts Defunct mobile app company Pact broke its pact with customers to pay them promised cash incentives, US trade watchdog the FTC said on Thursday.…
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