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18th > November > 2016 Archive

The Pew 'gig economy' study is here, and it's grim

More than half of workers say they rely on apps to make ends meet

The encryption conundrum: Should tech compromise or double down?

Versus16Just wait for FBI versus Apple: The Revenge

Microsoft ❤️ Linux? Microsoft ❤️ running its Windows' SQL Server software on Linux

Embrace, extend, er, enter

ESA lofts one astronaut and four Galileo satellites into orbit

Although not at the same time

LinkedIn officially KickedOut of Russia

UPDATELinkedIn says it 'remains interested in a meeting' with Russian regulator

vSphere 6.5 goes GA, gains surprise powers to predict the future

Virtzilla's Predictive Distributed Resource Scheduler squeezed into final release

Australian government lends nbn™ AU$19.5bn to finish the job

Bank of Mum & Dad steps in where others fear to tread

HPE tape library permits unauthorised remote access

560-slot library can store 8.4 petabytes. The good news: bad guys can only get 45TB an hour

Three Mobile, two alleged hackers, one big customer database heist

Records snatched in bid to get handsets

Hackers' modular worm builder hoses popular team web chat apps

KIWICONOpen sourced 'Little Doctor' vaporises chat apps, but Rocket Chat, Ryver patched.

Apple admits the iPhone 6 Plus has 'Touch Disease'

Offers cheap-ish fix for screens that lose touch with the real world

Pluto has massive underground oceans, say astro-boffins

Icy heart thought to cover subterranean super-slushie

User needed 40-minute lesson in turning it off and turning it on again

On-CallThe tale of a truly career-defining hell desk call

The Naked Product Launch: 30 seconds to sell a robot

RadbotWe don't need no early adopters...

Helping autonomous vehicles and humans share the road

Game theory, moral machines and the 'Trolley Problem'

Customer data security is our highest priori- ha ha ha whatever, suckers

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Shadow IT casts its darkness over us all

AI gives porn peddlers a helping hand

NSFWWhat a time to be alive

Three to appear in court over TalkTalk hack

Part of broader investigation into alleged data theft

Facebook Fake News won it for Trump? That's a Zombie theory

CommentDump the Zuck ... and leave the crazies with him

IoT upstart Sigfox gulps down €150m funding but falls short of target

We might start making profit in two years, says French firm

Salesforce claims it's on track to become a $10bn company next fiscal year

Firm announces third-quarter revenue growth of 25 per cent

Contracts trading personal data for digital content: Rights to remedy, redress required

OpinionSo say Europe's Parliamentarians

Google gently leads Intel into its cloud: This is for your own good

All is well, rejoice, rejoice, let's get into the white 'n' fluffy

Disaster-recoverer Zerto wades into Microsoft clouds

Adds Azure to its replication bridge target list

Samsung flames out as Chinese march on

Biggest market share crash in Gartner history

Permabit pulls on Red Hat, opens arms for a Linux cuddle

Crimson headcover kernel gets dedupe and compression

HPE is creaming Dell in HPC

Servers you right, says shrinker to bulked up big boy

EMC crying two SAN breakup tears

AnalysisBinary split Humpty SAN Dumpty logically put back together again

Intel lays out its AI strategy until 2020

No sign of GPUs though

AWS shines light on Virginia solar scheme

Beltway cloud aims for renewable power milestone

Why I just bought a MacBook Air instead of the new Pro

AnalysisOne foot is out the door for this Apple customer

AI can now tell if you're a criminal or not

Have a small mouth, fat lips, close-set eyes? Oh dear

Microsoft's cmd.exe deposed by PowerShell in Windows 10 preview

UpdatedMeet the new 10-year-old command line, better than the even older command line

Three CEO confirms hack, 133,827 customers were exposed

Database was breached for handset update scam

Hyperloop One settles hangman lawsuit

Details confidential, but don't expect to see Brogan BamBrogan on the board

Launch set for GOES-R satellite capable of 30-second weather updates

NASA 90% certain of lift-off on Saturday

Surveillance camera compromised in 98 seconds

All your cameras are belong to Mirai

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