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16th > November > 2017 Archive

Hardware headwinds hurt Cisco as revenue dips two per cent in Q1

Sales down, orders up, hopes pinned on intent-based networking (A.K.A. a dash of AI)

US authorities swallow security-free script for pill that knows when you're off your meds

Sensor in pill, bluetooth patch on arm, app in phone ... and crossed fingers nothing leaks

Storage Spaces returns to Windows Server's semi-annual channel

And this time it's caught up by adding data de-duplication

Q: Why are you running in the office? A: This is my password for El Reg

Boffins find smartmobe accelerometers can turn your gait into a biometric

Hardware-driven security in the hybrid cloud

SponsoredChips to the rescue

Belgian court says Skype must provide interception facilities

Microsoft classified as a telco, so told to cough up. It may gaufre an appeal

How about that time Russian military used a video game pic as proof of US aiding ISIS?

This week in fact

Intel-Micron scrap the summer diet, enlarge 3D XPoint mem DIMM fab

Size does matter... especially when you've got launch deadlines to hit

Inside Internet Archive: 10PB+ of storage in a church... oh, and a little fight to preserve truth

Stopping the powerful changing history, Orwell style

Microsoft touts real-time over-the-network pair programming in Visual Studio, GitHub ships it

Uh, er, hey look, VS 2017 fans – there's some AI tools, though!

Intel drags Xeon Phi Knights Hill chips out back... two shots heard

UpdatedChipzilla goes back to the drawing board on many-core math accelerator line

'It's back to the drawing board...' Innocent axions found not guilty of dark matter crimes

Boffins look on the bright side of detecting basically nothing

Google says broader right to be forgotten is 'serious assault' on freedom

Criticises European Court of Justice before deadline for comments on looming cases

Yes, I took Putin's roubles to undermine Western democracy. This is my story

¡Bong!Ever heard of 'GDS'? Yup, that was me

Does UK high street banks' crappy crypto actually matter?

Commentards didn't hold back and some experts disagreed

Slack apologises to Europe for TITSUP* services

Productivity melts, economy dives... actually, neither is true

Internet of So Much Stuff: Don't wanna be a security id-IoT

IoT is not the same as IT... normal infosec does not pply

Prosecute driverless car devs for software snafus, say Brit cyclists

AEV BillThey also want to geofence motorways

Oracle stockholders don't like exec mega-awards or gender pay gap transparency

You win some, you lose some – proposals snuffed out at vote

BT boss: Yeah, making a business case for 5G is hard

Also, we’ve not delayed the spectrum auction. Anyway, Three started it!

DJI bug bounty NDA is 'not signable', say irate infosec researchers

Non-disclosure agreement prompts uproar

NetApp: You went all-flash, you never should've, um.. Well done

Yes, and Azure NFS and HCI also looking good

$232m blockchain startup Tezos faces sueballs for alleged investor fraud

Smacked in Florida, California

New, revamped Terdot Trojan: It's so 2017, it even fake-posts to Twitter

You've grown so much, you piece of @£$

Pawnbroker pwnd: Cash Converters says hacker slurped customer data

Details from decommissioned UK webshop scoured

Fear not, driverless car devs, UK.gov won't force you to write Trolley Problem solutions

AEV BillMPs kick the ethics question back into touch

Backup Exec juices dedupe offering, flaunts sign-up cloud model

GDPR compliance and deduped cloud backend

Warren 'Mr Moneybags' Buffett offloads huge chunk of IBM investment

Is the Oracle of Omaha cutting his losses?

Sparks fly as Databricks buddies up with Microsoft in the cloud

Analytics biz now a first-party service on Azure

Drone maker DJI left its private SSL, firmware keys open to world+dog on GitHub FOR YEARS

Plus AWS creds, S3 silos filled with sensitive customer info

Oracle scrambles to sew up horrid security holes in PeopleSoft's Tuxedo

Nothing like unauth'd hijacking, Heartbleed-style bugs to patch ASAP

Amazon Key door-entry flaw: No easy fix to stop rogue couriers burgling your place unseen

AnalysisPatch incoming, hardware recall required to fully address underlying problem

Australian Broadcasting Corporation leaks passwords, video from AWS S3 bucket

'Advance video content' and years of backups dangled in the cloud

Parity: The bug that put $169m of Ethereum on ice? Yeah, it was on the todo list for months

Just didn't get round to fixing it – our bad

US govt to use software to finger immigrants as potential crims? That's really dumb – boffins

Algorithms will label innocent people terrorists, DHS warned

Kaspersky: Clumsy NSA leak snoop's PC was packed with malware

Lab suspects Chinese spyware was on home computer

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