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15/10/2018 08:46:28 AM
300,000 BT pensioners await Court of Appeal pension scheme ruling
Powerful forces, bodily fluids – it's all in a day's work
Broadcom, its baffling $19bn CA biz gobble, and the fake Pentagon memo crying about national security
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That 'Surface will die in 2019' prediction is still a goer, says soothsayer Canalys Channels Forum 2018Message for the fu-ture-ture-ture
NASA's Chandra probe suddenly becomes an EX-ray space telescope (for now, anyway) Aging kit kicks into safe mode, 65,000+ miles away
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Security Azure goes quiet, Huawei Canada ban urged, US Senators are after Google, and more RoundupAlso, Flash fakers seek out crypto marks 13 Oct 00:36 | 11
Security It's the real Heart Bleed: Medtronic locks out vulnerable pacemaker programmer kit A pulse-racing tale of biotech bug fixing 12 Oct 23:47 | 20
Science NASA's Chandra probe suddenly becomes an EX-ray space telescope (for now, anyway) Aging kit kicks into safe mode, 65,000+ miles away 12 Oct 22:00 | 28
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Microsoft Windows 10 October update giving HP users BSOD
Yale Weds: Just some system maintenance, nothing to worry about. Yale Thurs: Nobody's smart alarm app works 'Smart' home tech now only a half-accurate description
Personal Tech GDPR stands for Google Doing Positively, Regardless. Webpage trackers down in Europe – except Big G's Wait.... this wasn't in the script 12 Oct 19:14 | 14
Software Microsoft reveals xlang: Cross-language, cross-compiler and coming to a platform near you A lovely bit of open-source interop for the weekend 12 Oct 16:19 | 23
Business That 'Surface will die in 2019' prediction is still a goer, says soothsayer Canalys Channels Forum 2018Message for the fu-ture-ture-ture 12 Oct 15:16 | 65
AWS promises everyone their 15 minutes of….Lambda execution
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Policy UK.gov asks: Are sadistic AI price-bots ganging up on you? Come with me if you want to be ripped off 12 Oct 14:36 | 13
Personal Tech Samsung: Swanky hardware alone won't save a phone maker InterviewTry being useful to customers 12 Oct 13:01 | 42
The Channel HP Ink CEO: That $550m Apogee buy was to stop rivals slurping it Canalys Channels Forum 2018Oh, and we need A3 sales skillz 12 Oct 11:57 | 3
Networks 300,000 BT pensioners await Court of Appeal pension scheme ruling RPI or CPI? A percentage point really can make all the difference 12 Oct 11:20 | 55
Business Shortages, price rises, recession: Tech industry preps for hard Brexit Canalys Channels Forum 2018Is it Project Fear? Tech trade doesn't seem to think so 12 Oct 10:09 | 71
Data Centre Powerful forces, bodily fluids – it's all in a day's work On CallFaulty fluoroscopes and malfunctioning monitors make for an On Call two-fer 12 Oct 08:59 | 92
Personal Tech Take my advice: The only safe ID is a fake ID Something for the Weekend, Sir?So says Alex... Graham... Dan... 12 Oct 08:08 | 247
DevOps Juniper shows its intent with Dev, er, no, sorry, make that... EngNet Preaching network-as-software, bidding farewell to the CLI 12 Oct 07:05 | 1
Emergent Tech Yale Weds: Just some system maintenance, nothing to worry about. Yale Thurs: Nobody's smart alarm app works 'Smart' home tech now only a half-accurate description 12 Oct 06:04 | 73
Data Centre Broadcom, its baffling $19bn CA biz gobble, and the fake Pentagon memo crying about national security Senator calls for real probe into 'Chinese-controlled' outfit 12 Oct 00:25 | 7
Science With sorry Soyuz stuffed, who's going to run NASA's space station taxi service now? CommentSpaceX, Boeing running behind schedule, and don't get me started on SLS 11 Oct 22:53 | 98
Security WebSphere and loathing in New York: IBM yanks buggy application server security fix from admins Patched server, or working server. Pick one... 11 Oct 21:52 | 7
Software Microsoft Windows 10 October update giving HP users BSOD UpdatedAuto-updates come with a sting 11 Oct 19:41 | 129
Cloud Here you go, cloudy admins: Google emits NATty odds 'n' sods Google Cloud NextIncremental titbits aimed at time-poor techies 11 Oct 18:45 | 5
Personal Tech Samsung Galaxy A9: Mid-range bruiser that takes the fight to Huawei Hands OnChaebol charges back against Chinese SIM-only onslaught 11 Oct 18:38 | 63
Data Centre Apple opens Dialog box of cash: $600m deal for a chunk of chip biz's power-management-fu Staff snapped up and IP licensed by iPhone giant 11 Oct 18:05 |
Security UK.gov teams up with Five Eyes chums to emit spotters' guide for miscreants' hack tools Crouching tiger, hidden APT 11 Oct 16:58 | 12
DevOps Put on your clogs, take a close look at what DevOps fave Puppet flung out this week New bits from Amsterdam 11 Oct 15:46 | 1
Networks You can hear a PIN drop... All quiet on the mobile broadband speed front, says network watcher OpenSignal UK operators this summer look much like they did last year 11 Oct 14:17 | 6
Personal Tech Does Google make hardware just so nobody buys it? CommentPixel Slate: Nero for a Day 11 Oct 13:26 | 132
Security In the two years since Dyn went dark, what have we learned? Not much, it appears DNS infrastructures still vulnerable to attacks 11 Oct 13:06 | 26
Virtualization Slow your roll: VMware urges admins to apply workarounds to DoS-inducing 3D render vuln Take your foot off the accelerator, admins told 11 Oct 12:43 | 2
Security Mozilla grants distrusted Symantec certs a stay of execution, claims many sites yet to make switch Delay 'in the overall best interest' of Firefox users 11 Oct 11:34 | 27
Science Russian rocket goes BOOM again – this time with a crew on it Updated'Nauts safe, but the ISS may have to be abandoned 11 Oct 10:42 | 128
Security The Obama-era cyber détente with China was nice, wasn't it? Yeah well it's obviously over now Middle Kingdom is a rising threat once again – research 11 Oct 10:11 | 46
Software Microsoft Surface Pro 4 owners: So, about that other broken update… Fondleslabs continue to be borked by flaky firmware 11 Oct 08:54 | 33
HPC HPC botherer DDN breaks file system benchmark record Runs SPEC SFS 2014 software builds 25% faster than E8 Optane system 11 Oct 07:52 | 8
Science Huge ice blades on Jupiter’s Europa will make it a right pain in the ASCII to land on The spikey satellite is not for the faint hearted, it appears 11 Oct 07:01 | 54
Security Now, watch this... Network time protocol bugs sting Juniper operating system Oh, and there are 21 other vulns to patch 11 Oct 06:04 | 4
The Channel The good news: PC sales went up a little worldwide, say Gartner crystal-ball-gazers The bad news: PC sales went down a little, says IDC 11 Oct 02:36 | 4
Security If you haven't already patched your MikroTik router for vulns, then if you could go do that, that would be greeeeaat MikroTik. Stupid name. Stupid bugs. Get those fixes 11 Oct 01:42 | 17

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