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lundi 10 décembre 2018, 12:59
Gaps continue to close in MS's messaging platform as fanbois dream of new devices Roundup In a week that saw developer goodness aplenty in Connect(); and Microsoft face a Chromium future, there were some other adventures in Redmond you may have missed.…
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With permission, of course: Guizhou joint-venture touts Centriq-like 48-core Arm server CPU Analysis Qualcomm is laying off 269 folk in America as it gradually wakes up from its dream of filling data centers worldwide with its own Arm-based server processors.…
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We don't want to be an IaaS about it, but... BT’s Cloud of Clouds (CoC) field of vision is about to narrow. Its open-source cloud software platform, based on Apache CloudStack, will be 'quietly withdrawn', The Reg can confirm.…
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Reseller's owner axed staff without proper consultation before pulling down the shutters An employment tribunal has found that now defunct tech reseller Misco breached Collective Redundancy rules by failing to consult with staff when it laid them off in 2017 before entering...
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Claims it was all for the greater good Who, Me? As we edge closer to Christmas, Mondays might be getting just slightly more bearable. To make that more so, we bring you another instalment of Who, Me?, The Register's tales of the mistakes our readers have brought upon...
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samedi 8 décembre 2018, 15:01
Plus: European AI researchers to create a new lab Roundup Hello, welcome to this week's AI roundup.…
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Plus, US Congress wants more cybersec training, better breach laws Roundup This week, we saw Linux get pwned, a teen hacker go down, and Julian Assange vowing to stay right where he is.…
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'Sun in a box' system promises power storage from molten silicon Energy boffins have proposed an alternative to lithium-ion batteries: Instead of costly electrochemical cells, which have been known to burst into flames, they have devised a 'sun in a box' to store energy for...
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First proof-of-concept, SplitSpectre, requires fewer instructions in victim Analysis You've patched your Intel, AMD, Power, and Arm gear to crush those pesky data-leaking speculative execution processor bugs, right? Good, because IBM eggheads in Switzerland have teamed up...
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It's the least they could do. Really. The bare minimum Hotel-chain turned data faucet Marriott says it will help some customers cover the cost of replacing stolen documents.…
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vendredi 7 décembre 2018, 23:46
DNS overseer faces probe over decision to award TLD to dot-com giant Analysis An ugly struggle over the.Web top-level domain may soon spill into public view again, after one of the companies vying for control of the dot-word demanded an independent review of DNS overlord...
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DEA gets down and dirty with new surveillance kit Next time you're closing a big drug deal you may want to watch the cleaner. Or more specifically their vacuum cleaner.…
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Can't really blame him for turning down the 'probably won't be executed' pact Wikileaks alumnus Julian Assange has apparently turned down a proposed deal that would have seen him leave the Ecuadorian embassy he has been camped out in for over six years.…
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Web admin blames public Whois and lack of 2FA The Linux.org domain was hijacked on Friday morning, with the hacker plastering the message 'G3T 0WNED L1NUX N3RDZ' complete with expletives and a very NSFW image (a hairy asshole).…
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Networking nuggets from the week that was Networks roundup What if all you had to do to block SYN-based denial-of-service attacks was drop the first incoming SYN packet?…
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1,000mph dreams dashed as administrators throw in the towel Bloodhound, a British project to strap a rocket to a car and fling it at the horizon, is officially dead, as administrators finally pulled the plug on the venture.…
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So much for the Apophis Squad's Twitter boasts A teenage bomb hoaxer from Watford who taunted the UK's National Crime Agency on Twitter while pretending to be a hacker crew called Apophis Squad has been jailed for three years.…
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Oscillating microwaves reduce coercivity, permit small area bit writing Toshiba, like Western Digital, is going to use Microwave-Assisted Magnetic Recording (MAMR) to escape the inability of current PMR tech to go beyond 15-16TB disk drive capacity.…
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Eyebrow-raising claim will be heard in full early next year Lawyers for a man who sued the Cambridge Analytica group for £20,000 claiming misuse of his personal data have suggested the controversial data-mining biz misled a High Court judge when the companies were put into...
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Bring your own AWS. Or let us take care of everything. For a fee The team at Red Hat has continued its toiling in the Big Blue shadow of IBM, and has churned out some tweaks to its OpenShift Dedicated platform and also sliced a few prices for the Kubernetes service.…
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