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23rd > June > 2017 Archive

Apple, LG, Huawei, ZTE, HTC accused of pilfering 'find my phone' tech

Military comms developer says Android and iOS are trampling its patents

Vblock tags in Vxblock: Move is a 'simplification' for punters

We drill into Cisco-Dell-EMC mini-shakeup

Qualcomm's server silicon has a cloud customer: Packet

Rival ARM-wrestling cloud Scaleway has added 64-core Caviums

Amazon adds Hyper-V file support to its storage gateway

As Azure Stack's launch approaches, AWS bolsters its hybrid storage story

UK and Ecuador working on Assange escape mechanism

There's an opening and good will to use it, says Ecuadorian foreign minister

NASA? More like NASAI: Brainy robots 'crucial' to space exploration

Danger, Will Robinson!

Facebook gives itself mission to 'bring the world closer' by getting people off Facebook

AnalysisZuckerberg preaches connectivity gospel, sends faithful to do good works

Red Hat dons hyperconverged headware

When is a server a hyper-server? When it bundles V12N, RHEL, Gluster and Ansible

PC rebooted every time user flushed the toilet

On-CallWiping out the problem needed a brush and a pump, but didn't make a stink

Fasthosts' week to forget: 4-day virtual server summer bummer

VPS blinkenlights dim for some of the customers

Algorithmic pricing raises concerns for EU competition law enforcement

AnalysisIllegal offline? It's illegal online

Smart burglars will ride the surf of inter-connected hackability

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Let’s invent a dustbin that throws itself away

Doormat junk: Takeaway menus, Farmfoods flyer, NHS data-sharing letter... wait, what?

Effort to notify patients falls flat – under pizza pamphlet

Tory-commissioned call centres 'might have bent data protection laws'

Party can expect a call from the Information Commissioner

Hey blockheads, is an NVMe over fabrics array a SAN?

AnalysisNo, says Datrium, 'cos you can't share data. E8 sort of agrees

BOFH: Putting the commitment into committee

Episode 8Do we have an agenda? Why of course we do!

Ex-NASA bod on Gwyneth Paltrow site's 'healing' stickers: 'Wow. What a load of BS'

Paltrow, we have a problem

Amazon squares up to Walmart over boycott calls: Talk sh!t, get hit

'Tactics like this are bad for business and customers'

IoT coverage for 95% of UK by 2019? We can't even do 4G, Sigfox

French firm and new pals WND announce, err, ambitious plans

Russian hackers selling login credentials of UK politicians, diplomats – report

They're oldies but could still spill the goodies, say experts

ICO fines 'Wolf of Wall Street' electrical survey biz for nuisance calls

That's a £50k penalty and another shaming for Kent-based MyHome Installations

Google to remove private medical data from search results

As DeepMind slurps up more more patient data for Streams

ZX Spectrum reboot firm gets £52k court costs order quashed

Up and down goes the Retro Computers Ltd litigation yoyo

Virgin Media router security flap follows weak password expose

You're not using the password from the sticker, are you?

Florida Man to be fined $1.25 per robocall... all 96 million of them

Record $120m penalty will be doled out by FCC for bonkers binge of junk dialing

Not Apr 1: Google stops scanning your Gmail to sling targeted ads at you

Given the amount of data it already has on you, why bother?

Heaps of Windows 10 internal builds, private source code leak online

ExclusiveUnreleased 64-bit ARM versions, Server editions among dumped data

US Secretary of State: Я буду работать с Россией по вопросам кибербезопасности

AnalysisPish, hackers, smackers, says Rex Tillerson

FCC: LEO ISPs A-OK

OneWeb gets green light to pipe internet through 720 orbiting satellites

AES-256 keys sniffed in seconds using €200 of kit a few inches away

Van Eck phreaking getting surprisingly cheap

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