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15/08/2018 11:46:35 PM
Ouch, that's 13 bullet points: Tech titan IBM pumps out storage software blast
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London fuzz to get 600 more mobile fingerprint scanners In-house software to slash support costs by £200k a year, claims Met Police 14 Comments 15 Aug 16:40
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Ouch, that's 13 bullet points: Tech titan IBM pumps out storage software blast Much tinkering across software board plus expanded capacity flash cards 15 Aug 14:28
TSB takes on 250 complaint-wranglers to absorb £200m outage fallout 130,000 complaints and counting from bank's users? So sorry to hear that 15 Aug 13:52
UK chip and PIN readers fall ill: Don't switch off that terminal! Not us this time, Mastercard tells El Reg 26 Comments 15 Aug 13:20
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Alibaba and Elastic slingshot searchable, analyticky cloud ... outside China That noise was AWS rolling over in its sleep 15 Aug 11:40
IoT shouters Chirp get themselves added to Microsoft Azure IoT Now your devices can join you in bellowing at Redmond's products 15 Aug 11:07
We've Amber heard a NASty rumour: Marvell man touts private cloud box Latticework pushes 'secure' cloudy boxen 14 Comments 15 Aug 10:45
HPE flies low-energy Eagle into National Renewable Energy Lab's data centre Uncle Sam's renewable boffins will triple their power in 2019 15 Aug 10:13
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Florida Man laundered money for Reveton ransomware. Then Microsoft hired him Former network engineer gets 18 months in the clink 11 Comments 15 Aug 00:03
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Democrats go on the offensive over fake FCC net neut'y cyberattack AnalysisBut efforts to target boss Ajit Pai are misguided partisanship 13 Comments 14 Aug 22:31
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Hackers manage – just – to turn Amazon Echoes into snooping devices DEF CONBut it requires custom hardware, firmware and access to your Wi-Fi 21 Comments 14 Aug 19:34
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Ad watchdog: Amazon 'misleading' over Prime next-day delivery ads 280 brassed-off Brits begged ASA to bite Bezos' behemoth 58 Comments 14 Aug 15:35
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