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30th > May > 2017 Archive

Twice-crashed HPE SANs at Oz Tax Office built for speed, not strength, and turned off error reporting

HPE settles after findings of badly fitted cables, bugs on disks and backup tools on SAN

Plutus Payroll clients given hope pension payments will land

Taxation Office reveals investigation timeline, defends itself for causing pay delays

Russian search engine Yandex's Ukraine offices raided for 'treason'

Sending data home to Putin, puffs president Poroshenko

BA CEO blames messaging and networks for grounding

Says broken bits were never outsourced offshore, offers SFA explanation for lack of backup

Seminal game 'Colossal Cave Adventure' released onto GitLab

Eric Raymond says it's time 'hallowed artifacts of hacker folklore' were hackable again

Apps will need to be re-coded to go faster with storage-class RAM

Oracle Labs plays with an Optane simulator and finds cacheing gets rather tricky

I'll take the sandtrooper in white: Meet the rebel scum making Star Wars armour sets for a living

Star Wars New Hope @ 40Short of £180,000? These guys will sort you out

DXC Technology warns staff of multiple office closures

Well, they need to find that $1.6bn cost saving somewhere, can't be all job cuts

Dell flexes PC production muscle for server biz

AnalysisNo more standing on sidelines as ODMs hoover up service provider punters

IBM marketeers rub out chopper after visit from CEO Ginni

Not a good fit. Apparently

Stingy DXC Tech tells staff to breathe in and tighten those belts

No travel or catering for internal meetings, as for external meetings... get the memo?

How the Facebook money funnel is shaping British elections

TV ads banned, but targeted Facebook videos have free rein

Defend yourself against ISP tracking in an Trump-era free-for-all

Options - you have some

UK biz: Oh (yawn) GDPR? Was that *next* May? – survey

Be a love and check if we're a data processor. It should be on the internet somewhere

Love bots lecture thrills room full of Reg readers

These are not the sex droids you’re looking for...

Shadow Brokers lay out pitch – and name price – for monthly zero-day subscription service

$21k lucky dip for exploits

GitHub CEO Wanstrath: 'Our goal is no outages'

Hardware rolling out, new software promised

Ransomware realities: In your normal life, strangers don't extort you. But here you are

No crying at the back

Nvidia: Pssst... farmers. Need to get some weeds whacked?

HPC blogJetson-powered sprayer turns GPU-flinger into weed-whacker

WDC may form carrion consortium to snap up Toshiba's flash memory biz

Vultures continue circling not-quite-corpse

Millimetre wave.. omigerd it's going nowherrr.. Apple, you say?

CommentGuess who's joined the bandwagon...

NORK spy agency blamed for Bangladesh cyberheist, Sony Pictures hack

Group-IB IDs Lazarus Group

Qualcomm kicks out mesh network, Wi-Fi and RubinPhone win

Comms chip designer rolls out latest hardware lines in Taipei

Lexmark patent racket busted by Supremes

Printer maker can't stop ink cartridge resales with patent claims

Inspur jacks up huge heat sink-sporting beast

HPC BlogNew GPU’riffic box vies for dominance

Event horizons around black holes do exist, say astroboffins

Einstein's Theory of General Relativity lasts another day

Much-hyped Ara Blackphone LeEco Essential handset introduced

Andy Rubin's new project gets specs

Uber fires robo car exec for insubordination

Self-driving star Anthony Levandowski told to show himself out

Android apps punched out by Judy malware

More than 36 million users feared infected

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