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8th > December > 2017 Archive

Looking through walls, now easier than ever

Boffins working to put everyone in glass houses

Would-be startup crew charged with stealing employer's tech

Applied Materials quartet accused of trying to pull a Fairchild

Dell makes a loss, but the trend lines look promising for profits

Server business screamed ahead in Q3, PCs grew, storage stalled and debt is down

VMware and Carbon Black: you complete me, no you complete me

Virtzilla's App Defence and CB's endpoint protection combine for whitelist-fest

Cisco acquires to find low-cost cloud deals

Plans to infuse CloudCenter with workload-hopping tech

Elon Musk finally admits Tesla is building its own custom AI chips

And gives us the news that god-like machines will take over within a decade

Disk drive fired 'Frisbees of death' across data centre after storage admin crossed his wires

On-CallAnd this was after he avoided losing some fingers

Do you suffer from the shame of 'Scroll Jank'? Help is at your fingertips

Microsoft updates pointer events for Precision Touch Pads to make scrolling great again

UK border at risk of exposure post Brexit, warn MPs

Whitehall's head stuck in sand about upgrading crap IT

Walk with me... through a billion files. Slow down – admire the subset

AnalysisQumulo and the tree-walking problem

Sloppy coding + huge PSD2 changes = Lots of late nights for banking devs next year

*Cough* Cobol, .NET *cough*

Shingled out: 14TB helium-filled Toshiba drive floats to market

And it's a whopper

YouTuber cements head inside microwave oven

Don't forget to like, subscribe and send a chisel to my PO box

Rogue PIs found guilty of illegally snagging personal financial info

Passed data to loss adjusters, who shared it with insurer client

Someone tell Thorpe Lane in Suffolk their internet sucks – they're still loading the page

Suffering residents have an 8-hour wait for 45 minutes of telly

It's a decade since DevOps became a 'thing' – and people still don't know what it means

You can't buy or hire a mindset

Next-gen telco protocol Diameter has last-gen security – researchers

Infosec boffins raise flags

Cost-hurling IBM seeks more volunteers for employment bonfire

IS Delivery gets the memo now too, 1,000+ heads at risk – sources

New Capita system has left British Army recruits unable to register online

UpdatedSandhurst personnel short of vital info on officer trainees who start in January law resources now untrustworthy, according to browsers website SSL certificate expires

AI researcher pulls best Blue Steel in Yves Saint Laurent fragrance ad

There's a lot more to life than being really, really, ridiculously good looking – yep, it's AI

EU toys with Pandora's Box if it reopens e-commerce directive

ExclusiveMother of all bunfights beckons

If you're bored of the WDC-Toshiba flash fab saga, reports suggest it may be over soon

+CommentTight lips at both firms but whispers suggest a brewing bromance's plans for data processing framework create new risks, says watchdog

Peers table amendment to switch responsibility for drafting guidance from state to ICO

Oracle's Safra Catz joins Mickey Mouse board

It's a small world after all

Hitchcock cameo steals opening of Oracle v Google Java spat

Opening salvos

US Section 702 spying rules get deadline extension until April

And yet again black has become white, and left, right

Oregon will let engineer refer to himself as an 'engineer'

But it's not yet ready to rethink its professional licensing rules

Android flaw lets attack code slip into signed apps

Janus bug leaves APKs vulnerable to poisoning

Japanese quadcopter makes overworked employees clock out

Drone to tell drones not to drone on with their droning

SpaceX to try reusing both rocket and spacecraft for historic ISS mission

Launch delayed until Tuesday

FCC backtracks on helping with neutrality fraud investigation

Eager to cut ISP regulation, the agency shows concern for privacy of comment forgers

Tired of despairing of Trump and Brexit? Why not despair about YouTube stars instead?

They earned how much?! For doing what?!

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