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26th > September > 2017 Archive

HPE showers trios of storage boxes and servers on SMEs

And a Wi-Fi hub and an Ethernet switch and the kitchen sink

Latest Linux kernel release candidate was a sticky mess

4.14 rc2 tarball trapped the unwary with missed patch

Researchers promise demo of 'God-mode' pwnage of Intel mobos

Black Hat Europe to reveal more trouble for Chipzilla's leaky Management Engine

Fog lifts as standards bodies agree on fog compute interoperability

ETSI and OpenFog agree not to disagree, or overlap

Boffins take biometric logins to heart, literally: Cardiac radar IDs users to unlock their PCs

2026, when a change of heart will mean a pretty bad day

US Homeland Security Dept to collect immigrants' social media handles and more

In @realdonaldtrump's America, you'll be Googled at the border

Web devs griping about iPhone X notch: You're rendering it wrong

WebKit project's call for folk to slide into Apple's little slot sparks derision

Docs ran a simulation of what would happen if really nasty malware hit a city's hospitals. RIP :(

DerbyConEquipment still taking too long to patch, leaving systems exposed

Alexa and her kind let the disabled or illiterate make the web work

But they need a marketplace and the cloud to make it happen

Baidu puts open source deep learning into smartphones

Computer vision, deep learning, and the camera in your phone

WDC's My Cloud Home Duo is a natty piece of kit but beware iContent

ReviewApple fans will be disappointed by its inability to sync iTunes files

Why Uber isn't the poster child for capitalism you wanted

CommentSo it can drive rivals out of business, but what do they offer that's different?

The power JavaScript: 'Gandalf of JS' Wirfs-Brock on ECMAscript 2017

Looking to the AI future

SAP flings out one-hub-to-rule-and-crunch all the data. Yes, a hub

No, the data isn't centralised... What do you mean confusing?

Toshiba: The memory saga is nearly behind us! Apple: Not so fast

Cupertino dithers over part in purchase, WDC rubs its hands

HP denies rumours Elite x3 is for the axe, admits coveting neighbour's OS

Expect multi-OS gear next year

Japanese boffins try 'token passing' to scale quantum calculations

If you liked it, then you shoulda put a ring on it it on a ring

UK third worst in Europe for fibre-to-the-premises – report

Openreach stuck on upgrading legacy copper-based network

Splunk goes native with machine learning, aims to speed up monitoring

Analytics biz eyes up fraud and IoT markets

Need to get up to speed on machine learning, AI?

Just 25 conference tickets left for MCubed

Twitter reckons Trump's Nork-baiting tweet was 'newsworthy'

Guess triggering World War 3 is also 'of public interest'

Mobile stock trading apps riddled with security holes

Did someone just nick your shares?

UK Home Office re-bans cheap call gateways because 'terrorism'

Ofcom would have done this itself but didn't have the power

DataCore tech cranks wheezing SQL Servers to ridiculous speeds

Parallelising IO is like punching hyperspace button

So. Should I upgrade to macOS High Sierra?

AnalysisNot today, and not soon

Small businesses: GDPR affects you, too

Don’t think that just because you’re not a behemoth, they won’t see you

Equifax CEO falls on his sword weeks after credit biz admits mega-breach

Well, what else could he do?

Slap your apps on this Dell-flavoured testing server before tossing them on Azure Stack

Collaboration with NTT Comm creates data centre safe space

My name is Bill Gates and I am an Android user

Sir. Have you no, er, shame?

Back-from-the-brink X-IO has a new, bright & shiny all-flash array

Dedupe and hot-swap drives with monitored telemetry and predictive analytics

Scared of that new-fangled 'cloud'? Office 2019 to the rescue!

Next release promises nice offline features, Matlock before bedtime

Firemen fund sues Uber for dousing shares with gas, tossing in a match

Group demands compensation after scandal after scandal burns '$18bn' in investment

Deloitte is a sitting duck: Key systems with RDP open, VPN and proxy 'login details leaked'

Yes, that's Gartner’s security consultancy of the year

Boeing slams $2m on the desk, bellows: Now where's my jetpack?

Aviation chums want personal flying device that can be flown by 'anyone, anywhere'

Mom, mom! Make China stopppp! US govt gripes about Beijing's internet censorship to WTO

Could 'significantly impair cross-border transfers of information'

Google reveals Android Robocop AI to spot and destroy malware

Dead or alive, preferably dead, you're coming with me

Mozilla whips out Rusty new Firefox Quantum (and that's a good thing)

Landmark build promises to be faster, slimmer, better at multi-threading

Facebook performs successful license surgery on React, GraphQL

Feared patent bomb defused, for the time being

Twitter to upgrade from micro-blogging to milli-blogging with 280 chars

President Trump can now trigger nuclear Armageddon in half the time

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