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7th > March > 2017 Archive

Don't worry, slowpoke Microsoft, we patched Windows bug for you, brags security biz

VideoYou snooze, you lose

Wow, did you see what happened to Veracode? Oh no, no, it's not dead. It's been bought by CA

Sucked in for $614m

Put down the coffee, stop slacking your app chaps or whatever – and patch Wordpress

Attention web scribes: Six nasty flaws found in publishing tool

Shamoon malware spawns even nastier 'StoneDrill'

Data-destroying code moves on from Middle East, now rampaging through Europe

That big scary 1.4bn leak was 100s of millions of email, postal addresses

UpdatedSpammers, shockingly, hoard contact details on millions of netizens

Raw TRAPPIST-1 data lands tomorrow for crowdsourced hijinks

It's time for you lot to figure out what's going on up there on TRAPPIST's Earth-like planets

Google opens cloudy cannery to let you cram code into containers

'Cloud Container Builder' offers 120 minutes of container creation, for any platform

Boffins show Intel's SGX can leak crypto keys

Software Guard Extensions are supposed to hide data. But the 'Prime+Probe attack' fixes that

Come in King Battistelli, your time at the Euro Patent Office is up

Dutch minister, International Labour Org signal they've had enough with EPO dysfunction

Internet declared a citizen's right for 34 million Indians

State of Kerala turns on WiFi network, promises to fund 1,500 startups and grow 175k IT jobs

Shopping for PCs? Ding, dong, the Dock is dead in 2017's new models

The world's big three PC vendors tell us what they expect you will buy this year

IBM and Cisco have another crack at converged infrastructure

UPDATEDVersaStack's all about hybrid and/or cloud with software-defined storage now, even if that excludes StorWize

Look who's bailed out internet-satellite provider Intelsat? It's... Softbank?

CommentPlans to chuck more cash once it's merged up with OneWeb

A mooving tail of cows, calves and the Internet of Things

Small firm claims calf birth safety boost with M2M monitor

Salford and Liverpool City Councils plan IT trading venture

'Income will be an important part to us surviving'

Quantum board shake-up on the cards as threat of NYSE delisting looms

Activist investor VIEX and board agree three independent directors

Trump, Brexit, and Cambridge Analytica – not quite the dystopia you're looking for

Not EVIL, not FIRST, but yes... it's your data and they're using it

News flash: Storage farmers living off the fat of the NAND

Flash supply shortages drove up prices and profits

Scammers hired hundreds of 'staff' to defraud TalkTalk customers

BBC probe reveals scale of the scam

Facebook shopped BBC hacks to National Crime Agency over child abuse images probe

+CommentPR 101: How not to head off an embarrassing investigation

Salesforce joins 'smart' software bandwagon

Einstein hopes to make artificial alleged intelligence accessible

Success in the bedroom breeds success in the boardroom – research

Want that promotion? Better improve your performance in the sack

Cybercrooks charging more than the price of a new car for undetectable Mac malware

If you've got 40 Bitcoin burning a hole in your pocket...

Redmond's on fire, your 365 is terrified: Microsoft email outage en masse

We don't know what's caused it, but it's probably a cyberwar with aliens living among us

HPE gobbles Nimble Storage for $1.2bn

Flash array maker to give infrastructure biz a shot in the arm

Where in the world is Fast.co.uk web hosting?

Web hosting services supplier vanishes

Iconic Land Rover Defender may make a comeback by 2019

Probably won't be built in Blighty, sadly

FireEye close to settling lawsuit

Nice chunk of change

Cisco brags of industry-best hyperconverged performance

HyperFlex 2x virtual advantage hyped

MongoDB emits free-tier DBaaS and migration service to woo devs

MongoDB Atlas to lift interest, maybe?

Spies do spying, part 97: Shock horror as CIA turn phones, TVs, computers into surveillance bugs

Nothing to fear, citizens. Keep consuming. Keep smiling

ZTE-gads! Chinese giant fined $900m by Uncle Sam for Iran trade deals

وای نه. ما واقعا به دنبال به جلو به که روتر

Sure, we could replace FTNN, says nbn™, if you let the unwired wait even longer for broadband

You could also have uncertain costs and lose handy powered, fibred FTTN cabinets

Why did Nimble sell and why did HPE buy: We drill into $1.2bn biz deal

AnalysisUpstart got tired of grinding out sales against deepening yearly losses?

If Salesforce is jumping on the AI bandwagon, IBM's Watson is giving it the final shove onboard

Cloudy giant's Einstein sucks on tech behemoth's data hose

Help wanted: Uber boss Travis seeks babysitter for him and his execs

Kalanick vows to bring in a grownup to knock sense into toxic, sexist upstart

Rap for chat app chaps: Snap's shares are a joke – and a crap one at that

Wall Street greed meets Silicon Valley delusion – and they all get rich

Aah, all is well in the world. So peaceful, so– wait, where's the 2FA on IoT apps? Oh my gawd

Nest adds two-factor auth – where's the rest of 'em?

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