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vendredi 19 juillet 2024, 12:05
As nonprofit behind the desktop environment of the world's most profitable Linux distro maker scours around for cash The executive director of the GNOME Foundation has quit after less than a year in the role.…
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Emergency services, medical practices, airlines, banks, and more all crippled CrowdStrike's share price is currently tanking amid a major global IT outage its leadership has attributed to a dodgy channel file.…
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Love affair between HMRC and French outsourcer set to last 25 years The UK tax collector is awarding Capgemini a contract worth up to £574 million ($741 million) to run legacy tax management systems until 2029, one of which was first built under a controversial arrangement...
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AV tech was left alone, locked down, and under severe pressure On Call Welcome again to On Call, The Register's weekly reader-contributed tale of being asked to hold in your rage while dealing with the effluent of tech support.…
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Falcon Sensor putting hosts into deathloop - but there's a workaround UPDATED An update to a product from infosec vendor CrowdStrike is bricking computers running Windows.…
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Member nations aren't on the same page, investors are confused, and nobody understands the real costs The European Court of Auditors (ECA) has found the European Union's program to develop a renewable hydrogen program needs a reality check due to use of 'overly ambitious'...
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Firm halts trades after seeing $230 million disappear Indian crypto exchange WazirX has revealed it lost virtual assets valued at over $230 million after a cyber attack that has since been linked to North Korea.…
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Run by the NSA, the FBI, and Five Eyes nations, who fooled infosec researchers, apparently China has asserted that the Volt Typhoon gang, which Five Eyes nations accuse of being a Beijing-backed attacker that targets critical infrastructure, was in fact made up by the US...
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Startup Ola slashes prices to zero for a year in apparent response Google has slashed the prices for access to its Maps API in India, the week after a competitor entered the market.…
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Central US region is back in business but Office apps still in trouble Updated Microsoft's 365 subscription services are down for some users, as the software titan also reports the Central US region of its Azure cloud is experiencing problems.…
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Plus: Meta Euro model drama; Mistral and Nvidia find NeMo; and more AI Roundup OpenAI has made available GPT-4o Mini – a smaller and cheaper version of its GPT-4o generative large language model (LLM) – via its cloud.…
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UT-Austin lab gets the job, and five years to do it The Pentagon's boffinry nerve center DARPA has doled out $840 million to develop next-generation semiconductor microsystems for America's military.…
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jeudi 18 juillet 2024, 23:06
Russia-invaded software biz 'grateful for the support we have received' A judge has mostly thrown out a lawsuit brought by America's financial watchdog that accused SolarWinds and its chief infosec officer of misleading investors about its computer security practices and the ...
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Leaking skylights, collapsed roof, garbage-clogged pipes - did ChatGPT make this? Serial entrepreneur and OpenAI co-founder Sam Altman has made a bunch of lucrative moves in his time – but his $27 million mega-mansion certainly hasn't been one of them. His lawyers even...
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Ariane 6 might have had some APU problems, but the well-Armed hardware on YPSat worked well A Raspberry Pi camera is orbiting the Earth, attached to ESA's YPSat, a week after both were supposed to have burned up upon re-entering the atmosphere with the upper stage of the...
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Stick an independent probe in our software, you won't find any Putin.DLL backdoor Kaspersky has hit back after the US government banned its products – by proposing an independent verification that its software is above board and not backdoored by the Kremlin.…
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Tesla doesn't just have an US problem: It has one with EU, too Tesla isn't just floundering in the US - new registrations of Elon Musk's electric vehicles have dipped in the EU and UK this year, too. …
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Big Green's software remains tricky, but Fedora and AMD are finding ways to cope Nvidia says its forthcoming release 560 driver will be as open as releases 515 and 555 were – and will support more devices.…
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Major vendors' products scuppered by novel techniques Prolific Russian cybercrime syndicate FIN7 is using various pseudonyms to sell its custom security solution-disabling malware to different ransomware gangs.…
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Overseas expansion to continue, insists C.C. Wei The CEO of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is predicting that supply won't balance out demand for advanced chips until 2025 or 2026.…
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