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19/09/2020 06:46:09 PM
Internet Archive's way cool Wayback Machine gets way more websites in Cloudflare fail-over pact
New strategy, Cloudera? Hadoop flinger launches NoSQL database, visualisation tools in head-scratching flurry
AWS hoping to pick up stream with Cloud Digital Interface: Low latency cloud network for uncompressed video
.UK overlord Nominet tells everyone not to worry about 'distorted' vote allocations in its board elections
Flashy tabs and no Flash: Apple rolls out Safari 14 to macOS Catalina, Mojave users
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Apple takes another swing at Epic, says Unreal Engine could be a 'trojan horse' threatening security
Surprise! Apple launches iOS 14 today, and developers were given just 24 hours' notice
Feeling bad about your last security audit? Check out what just happened to the US Department of Interior
Video encoders using Huawei chips have backdoors and bad bugs – and Chinese giant says it's not to blame
GCHQ agency 'strongly urges' Brit universities, colleges to protect themselves after spike in ransomware infections
The Intel vPro Platform is ‘Built for Business’ – what this means to you
You can add comms API merchant Twilio to the list of tech firms that have seen biz booming thanks to lockdown
DevOps pilgrim Progress forks out $220m for automation crew Chef
VMware supremo Pat Gelsinger makes peace with Microsoft, and Virtzilla pitches Tanzu to the Spring crowd
GitHub debuts Container Registry that's only a little bit redundant for developers
Microsoft forks out $3m in back pay settlement to make hiring discrimination probe go away
Financial Reporting Council slaps Autonomy auditor Deloitte with £15m fine over audit 'misconduct'
Japan’s new PM makes e-government a key plank of his platform
Fighting an insurer over lockdown payout? UK policyholders just won an important COVID-19 test case
Google bans stalkerware apps from Android store. Which is cool but... why were they allowed in the first place?
Ah yes, Sony, that major player in the smartphone space, has a new flagship inbound: The Xperia 5 II
Never mind that you can run Meet on any old computer, Google unveils specialised hardware for vid-chat plat
Sounds like Spotify and Epic have been chatting: Music streamer blasts Apple One service as 'anti-competitive'
One down, two to go: Astra's first attempt to reach orbit scuppered by iffy guidance
Astroboffins reckon evidence of Martian life has probably been destroyed where liquid acid flowed on the Red Planet
Research into deflecting potentially world-destroying asteroids is apparently not a 'national priority' for the UK
Howdy, er, neighbor – mind if we join you? Potential sign of life spotted in Venus's atmosphere
How do you solve 'disruption' at the UK border after Brexit? Let's call Peter Thiel! AI biz Palantir – you're hired
What did they do – twist his Arm? Ex-Qualcomm senior veep joins SiFive as CEO, RISC-V PC for devs teased
Not content with distorting actual reality, Facebook now wants to build a digital layer for the world
Amazon Transcribe can now ID 31 languages from audio so uncultured swines don't have to
Strap in for the wild ride that is invest.com: A failed legal battle, millions of dollars on the line... and that Yo! app
Amazon Lex can now speak British English... or simply 'English' if you're British
Relics of the past to be found in Oxford: A medieval friary, a Saxon wall, and... Windows 7
Ever found yourself praying to whatever deity runs Microsoft Teams? You're not alone
GCHQ agency 'strongly urges' Brit universities, colleges to protect themselves after spike in ransomware infections Never mind real-world viruses, get your networks into lockdown ASAP
Emergent Tech What did they do – twist his Arm? Ex-Qualcomm senior veep joins SiFive as CEO, RISC-V PC for devs teased Vector-math processor core for high-perf computing promised, too
Updated Microsoft forks out $3m in back pay settlement to make hiring discrimination probe go away Agreement puts a stop to Feds' audit, but isn't an admission of wrongdoing
Networks Cisco’s 'intuitive security' tool can’t handle MAC address randomization out-of-the-box iOS 14's new MAC scrambling could stop upgraded devices from connecting, Android 10 also a mess
Networks Internet Archive's way cool Wayback Machine gets way more websites in Cloudflare fail-over pact And Cloudflare customers get way better availability 17 Sep 22:56 | 1
Analysis New strategy, Cloudera? Hadoop flinger launches NoSQL database, visualisation tools in head-scratching flurry Another facet of its data platform vision thing 17 Sep 17:31 | 1
Personal Tech Ah yes, Sony, that major player in the smartphone space, has a new flagship inbound: The Xperia 5 II Snapdragon 865-powered, 120Hz tall boy focuses on fun and games 17 Sep 16:46 | 12
Software Flashy tabs and no Flash: Apple rolls out Safari 14 to macOS Catalina, Mojave users End of the line for Adobe's multimedia nightmare on iGiant's browser 17 Sep 16:02 | 1
Seagate ships 18TB Exos disk drive
WANdisco launches LiveData Migrator on AWS
Snowflake completes biggest software IPO of all time
Western Digital speeds up shingled disk write performance
Updated Microsoft forks out $3m in back pay settlement to make hiring discrimination probe go away Agreement puts a stop to Feds' audit, but isn't an admission of wrongdoing 17 Sep 12:44 | 7
Bork!Bork!Bork! Relics of the past to be found in Oxford: A medieval friary, a Saxon wall, and... Windows 7 Shopping paradise forgot to pay for more support 17 Sep 10:30 | 11
.NET 5.0 enters RC phase but don’t throw away your standard-conform apps just yet
What’s that smell? OpenJDK 15 lands with hidden classes, more garbage collection
What’s the point: Qt, Qbs, cri-o, HashiCorp Sentinel, and a new CNCF radar
C++ extension for Visual Studio Code ready for prime time, hugs Arm devs
Emergent Tech Amazon Transcribe can now ID 31 languages from audio so uncultured swines don't have to Give that tagging finger a rest 17 Sep 01:01 | 7
Software 0ops. 1,OOO-plus parking fine refunds ordered after drivers typed 'O' instead of '0' Inspectors tried to let them off the hook, council managers held firm
Bootnotes Ever found yourself praying to whatever deity runs Microsoft Teams? You're not alone Don't mind us just trying to enlighten the mood
Security Worried about bootkits, rootkits, UEFI nasties? Have you tried turning on Secure Boot, asks the No Sh*! Agency And have you tried simply asking hackers to not hack?
Personal Tech Singapore to pay its citizens to wear Apple Watches National health promotion will pump instructions onto wrists and - if you behave - cover up to 90% of device cost
Storage Stock market blizzard: Snowflake set for £33bn IPO as valuation bubble keeps on expanding The price? 'ridiculous for a company that is still loss-making' - analyst
Comment Oracle hosting TikTok US data. '25,000' moderators hired. Code reviews. Trump getting his cut... It's the season finale Reality TV has now come to international business deals
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VMware Bets On Enterprises Wanting Kubernetes And Virtualization Mashup
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Security Where China leads, Iran follows: US warns of 'contract' hackers exploiting Citrix, Pulse Secure and F5 VPNs Please just patch your infrastructure, begs US-CISA 16 Sep 18:40 | 5
Register Debate Storage consolidation: Simplifying infrastructure will pay dividends for your apps And let me tell you why in three words: Developers! Developers! Developers! 16 Sep 18:00 | 1

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19/09/2020 06:46:12 PM
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19/09/2020 06:46:13 PM
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