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27th > February > 2017 Archive

Google's Project Zero reveals another Microsoft flaw

Edge, IE can find themselves running unexpected code if cooked by a malicious site

Citrix releases first ever XenServer Long Term Service Release

Here's a point release to get a bit excited by, plus updates to VMware and Oracle hypervisors

Google trumpets cloudy Skylake silicon nobody else is running

Intel just doesn't sell this kit yet. Not in the cloud. Not on-premises. Not anywhere

Experimental satellite-slinger seeks cargo: What could go wrong?

ESA wants daredevils to help it test the Small Satellites Mission Service atop a Vega launcher

Bee boffins prove sesame-seed brain is all you need to play football (well, that explains a lot)

VideoThe bee-autiful game

Machines taught how to 'smell' by new algorithm. How will they cope with shower-dodging nerds?

SIGSTINK: User body odor fault

Autonomous cars are about to do to transport what the internet did to information

Matter is going to move more freely and cheaply than ever before

HPE's started firing people at Simplivity, say former employees

Sales, marketing and product management people relieved of their duties, livelihoods

Tech contractors begin mass UK.gov exodus in wake of HMRC's IR35 income tax clampdown

IT transformation and Brexit could mean a perfect storm for gov tech

Nimble gets, well, nimble about hyperconverged infrastructure

InterviewIs it going to do HCI... who knows?

D-Link resolves enterprise switch hacker risk

Don't wait - update now

You're Donald Trump's sysadmin. You've got data leaks coming out the *ss. What to do

Sysadmin BlogBeating the leaks with data loss prevention

HSBC Business internet banking goes TITSUP*

Company says, er, just go by our Twitter comments

Linux on Windows 10: Will penguin treats in Creators Update be enough to lure you?

Ubuntu on Win 10 more useful... but does Microsoft really love Linux

Splitsville: Toshiba prepares to lose its memory

Business being split off so stakes can be sold

Huawei P10 and P10 Plus: Incremental improvements but a few annoyances

Hands OnA quick grip of Huawei's latest flagship phones

New prison law will let UK mobile networks deploy IMSI catchers

Walked past a jail? Expect to become a crime suspect

Low-key Samsung: Psst. We've got new Galaxy tablets and new Gear VR

MWCYou'll have to wait for Galaxy S8

Dell offers crunch-in-a-box set of Edge teeth to Internet of Things things

Trio of Atomic edge boxen to sharpen the Things' bite

The Psion returns! Meet Gemini, the 21st century pocket computer

ExclusivePsion, was a lion, in iron (Reg readers called it)

Gov wants to make the UK the 'safest place in the world to go online'

Parents today can't deal with bullying, sex, eating-disorders and the sort, because cyber

Alcatel wants to be Android, but different – and another crack at the Windows market

MWCSmothers back panel in LEDs ... now do we stand out?

NHS patient letters meant for GPs went undelivered for years

Yep, half a million

Post-Brexit five-year UK work visas planned – report

Plus, an extra 50 'exceptional' folk can get a Tech Nation passport

Telco Orange to open bank next month

MWCPart of trend by operators desperate to reinvent themselves

Nimble offers AWS and Azure cloud-wrapper

Hybrid pipes and services for Amazon-sippers

Softbank gros fromage: ARM will knock out a trillion IoT chips by 2040

MWCAlso foresees terrifying 10bn-strong robot army. Hey ho

Licence-fee outsourcer Capita caught wringing BBC tax from vulnerable

Enforcement officers bully their way to catching 28 offenders per week for £15,000 bonus

Fujitsu staff will strike from midnight over pay, pensions and layoffs

ACAS conciliation service talks worked well, then

81's 99 in 17: Still a lotta love for the TI‑99/4A – TI's forgotten classic

FeatureRetro computing fans mod ancient Texas Instruments machines

Did you buy anything from Microsoft's glum Apple Store knockoff? You may be owed $100

Redmond tosses $1.2m to settle suit over leaky receipts

US Air Force terminates Predator drones. Now you will fear the Reaper

Go to your brother, kill him with your gun. Leave him dying at his wedding, dying in the sun

Google Chrome 56's crypto tweak 'borked thousands of computers' using Blue Coat security

UpdatedTLS 1.3 takes down Chromebooks, PCs

Apple's macOS is the safer choice – but not for the reason you think

MWCEugene Kaspersky looks forward to a new darker dawn

LUNAR-CY! SpaceX announces a Moon trip-for-two it'll inevitably miss the deadline on

2018? No. And we're assuming they'll be back in one piece

US Supreme Court set to kill Twitter, Facebook ban for sex offenders

Oral arguments critical of North Carolina law that blocks criminal perverts from social media

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