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15th > December > 2017 Archive

Oracle swallows sales spurt from one of its niche categories: Cloud

Lot of invoices to customers, still a small slice of database giant's biz

Cable Labs gives OpenStack, and itself, some help on the edge

Serverless functions running on a set-top box could be a thing before long

Ex-Microsoft intern claimed one of her fellow temps raped her. Her bosses hired him

Woman's nightmare revealed in discrimination lawsuit

Xen Project says new version 4.10 has found balance between security and novelty

Splendid isolation for VMs, and a hand for ARM servers

Sigh. It's not quite Star Trek's Data, but it'll do: AI helps boffins clock second Solar System

Kepler-90 has same number of planets as our Sun

Engineer named Jason told to re-write the calendar

On CallDentist’s office disapproved of perceived personalisation

Kubernetes 1.9 version bump is near – with APIs to extend the system

Latest container wrangling bits should drop on Friday

Guess who's developing storage class memory kit? And cooking the chips on the side...

AnalysisHuawei ... who, who, who, who? I really wanna know

Erase 2017 from your brain. Face ID never happened. The Notch is an illusion

Under-glass fingerprint sensors are HERE

UK needs a 'digital twin' to keep track of its data assets – report

... and companies need to share their info nicely

Former Intel EMEAR sales director takes Chipzilla to tribunal

Claims unfair dismissal, sex discrimination, withholding bonuses

BT, Sky bury hatchet with deal to sell each other's telly channels

Intended to boost former state monopoly's 'ailing TV service'

BlackBerry won't kill BB10 until 2020, pulls regular Priv updates

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Brit film board proposed as overlord of online pr0nz age checks

Campaigners say body 'will be pushed to block' large number

Russia could chop vital undersea web cables, warns Brit military chief

ACM Sir Stuart Peach is right – but only to a point

Microsoft's 'Surface Phone' is the ghost of Courier laughing mockingly at fanbois

New hinge design looks back not forward

We need to talk about mathematical backdoors in encryption algorithms

Yo, NSA maths chaps, can you hear me? – Black Hat man

A million UK homes still get crappy broadband speeds, groans Ofcom

Some 4% of properties trundle below 10Mbps

Poor NASA sods sent to spend Xmas in Antarctic ahead of satellite launch

In search of cold, hard facts, scientists prep 470-mile adventure

Pest control: Eggheads work to help RoboBees dodge that fly-swatter

Whoosh... gust of wind - sorry chaps, I'm out

Oi, force Microsoft to cough up emails on Irish servers to the Feds, US states urge Supremes

AGs pressure America's top court to make Redmond hand over overseas messages

Facebook confesses: Facebook is bad for you

Grazing FB is ruining your life, admits social network after probing its army of addicts

Top Silicon Valley tech battle judge probed over sex pest claims

Alex Kozinski accused of showing women clerks porn, sexually harassing staff

Merry Xmas, fellow code nerds: Avast open-sources decompiler

RetDec will turn binaries into something more legible

Google ramping up AI in China, Nvidia's Titan V, Intel's hip-hop misstep

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