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24th > August > 2017 Archive

Despite being totally Megless, HP Inc stands on its own two feet

Still some money to be had in desktops and printers, it seems

Accused! Yahoo! hacker! pleads! not! guilty! in! US! court!

It wasn't me nor the FSB, claims Karim Baratov

DMARC anti-phishing standard adoption is lagging even in big firms

We could cut down on e-mail spoofing, but we don't

Oldest flying 747 finally grounded, 47 years after first flight

VideoBuilt in 1969, it ended its days as a testbed for engines

Google will let cloud customers use plain-old-Internet links

'Just like other public clouds, believe us!'

Cybersecurity world faces 'chronic shortage' of qualified staff

It's the number one problem, according to analyst

ASUS smoking hashes with 19-GPU, 24,000-core motherboard

Someone sling this at scientists, please, instead of just mining magic internet money

Kill animals and destroy property before hurting humans, Germany tells future self-driving cars

New auto rules approaching in the land of Das Auto

British broadband is confusing and speeds are crap, says survey

See, it's not just Grant Shapps who gets it mixed up

ThoughtWorks acquired by British private equiteers Apax

DevOps and digital transformation expertise seen as desirable investments

Seriously, friends. You suck at driving. Get a computer behind the wheel to save your life

I'm sorry, Dave, I'm afraid I can't drive like that

Mozilla ponders making telemetry opt-out, 'cos hardly anyone opted in

Browser-maker wants to compile global top 100 sites list, promises to protect privacy

Apple actually opens up about something – the R&D behind Siri's voices

But you'd have to start working for them to find out any more

Dell, BT alchemists turn bog-standard HW/SW to flexible, open networks

AnalysisPlaying the disaggregation game

El Reg gets schooled on why SSDs will NOT kill off the trusty hard drive

InterviewShirts will be lost!

Cisco sheds Euro execs to 'evolve and simplify'... or, y'know, chop costs

All about making itself an organisation of the 'future'

Fancy talking to SAP about your indirect licensing concerns? Straw poll says no

Users fear fees and audits despite firm's promise not to pursue back-payments

Probing the online phish market reveals thriving, profitable underworld

For $20 you could have a credit card-slurping landing page bashed out in 10 minutes

Reality strikes Dixons Carphone's profits after laughing off Brexit threat

Punters are putting off handset refreshes as prices rise

Airbus issues patch to prevent A350 airliner fuel tanks exploding

Hot pumps + fuel/air mixture = bang, warn aviation safety folk

Fewer than half GCSE computing students got a B or higher this year

Teachers need more support to tackle 'chronic shortages'

The less-hidden benefits of modern Flash

ResearchLet’s go surfing the waves of AFA automation and orchestration

So what's in the new Windows Insider build? Bug fixes, an AR goof-around, and a font

Skip Aheaders get to play

IT worker used access privs to steal £1m from Scottish city council

And it took the authority seven years to notice

A blast from the past: Mobile trojans abusing WAP-billing services

Fraudsters now piggybacking on 2.5G mobile tech

Biometrics watchdog breaks cover, slams UK cops over facial recog

Where’s the strategy you promised five years ago?

If at first you don't succeed, you're Microsoft trying to fix broken Excel 2016

Second patch arrives to address knackered hyperlinks

Nasty firmware update butchers Samsung smart TVs so bad, they have to be repaired

On the plus side, at least they didn't explode

Node.js forks again – this time it's a war of words over anti-sex-pest codes of conduct

UpdatedAyo emerges from split as board demands action

DreamHost smashed in DDoS attack: Who's to blame? Take a guess...

Is it the alt-right or anti-fascists? Most likely the latter

Vital fair use copyright defense lands – thanks to warring YouTubers

AnalysisUsing someone else's material in your reaction vid is A-OK, says NYC judge

Logitech's security cams allegedly suck so bad, this US bloke is suing it

Class-action suit claims gadget maker dragged its heels to fix gear to run out warranty clock

Uncle Sam outlines evidence against British security whiz Hutchins

WannaCry killer and his legal team have a lot of reading to do

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