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Facebook pimping for politicos despite fake news 'purge'

1 hour 54 min ago
Social giant works both sides of news street

National elections in the UK and US, and Britain's 2016 referendum on membership of the EU demonstrated the growing power of social media to swing views and win votes.…

Stanford boffins find 'correlation between caffeine consumption and longevity'

2 hours 20 min ago
Make a cup of tea - or a mocha - before you read this if you want a long and happy life

A cup of tea, coffee or even a mocha could extend your life, new research shows.…

Power Systems running IBM's VIOS virtualisation need a patch and reboot

2 hours 45 min ago
Unless you're willing to tolerate the chance of data corruption

IBM on Saturday slipped out news of a nasty bug in its VIOS, its Virtual I/O Server that offers virtualisation services on Power Systems under AIX.…

Microsoft Germany says Windows 7 already unfit for business users

3 hours 5 min ago
FUDalicious post argues ancient security features are just too risky

Microsoft Germany has argued that Windows 7 is no longer fit to be used in business.…

MH370 search ends after new theory about resting place is ruled out

3 hours 25 min ago
Australia, Malaysia and China say no new information on plane's location has been found

Australia, Malaysia and China have suspended the search for missing Malaysian airlines flight MH370.…

Devs reverse-engineer 16,000 Android apps, find secrets and keys to AWS accounts

3 hours 43 min ago
It's 2017 and developers are still doing really dumb things

A security firm has reverse engineered 16,000 Android apps on Google's Play store and found that over 304 contain sensitive secret keys.…

Dodgy Dutch developer built backdoors into thousands of sites

4 hours 9 min ago
Then hoovered out users' personal data, stole identities galore and spent up big

Dutch police are this week warning 20,000 users that their email accounts were hacked after a malicious web developer left backdoors in the sites he built.…

Auto emissions 'cheatware' scandal sparks war of words between Italy, Germany

4 hours 30 min ago
EPA's allegations against Fiat Chrysler become sweary international incident

The latest “cheatware” scandal to rock the auto industry has escalated to cause inter-government tension, with Germany and Italy trading snipes over Fiat Chrysler's claims about emissions.…

Japan tries to launch satellite on rocket the size of a telegraph pole

5 hours 3 min ago
And fails: the launcher's second stage failed to ignite so it ditched into the sea

From plants to pocket-sized radios, Japan has a long history of miniaturisation, but its first attempt to shrink a satellite-launching rocket has ended with the launcher ditching into the sea.…

Docker adds continuous integration to DataKit

6 hours 52 sec ago
Your code tested as soon as you send it to GitHub

Here's a handy tool from Docker's GitHub repository: a continuous integration library to help manage DataKit projects.…

911 app is a joke, says security researcher Randy Westergren

8 hours 1 min ago
'Panic Button' could be pressed by miscreants, repeatedly

The Rave Panic Button app, designed to allow businesses to summon emergency services, allows miscreants to easily 'swat' targets by making false reports of emergencies says security researcher Randy Westergren.…

Dovecot mailserver graded 'nearly impenetrable'

9 hours 5 min ago
Security audit of popular-with-service-providers package produces surprised smiles

POP and IMAP mailserver suite Dovecot has passed an extensive audit by hackers, who were able to find only three minor vulnerabilities.…

Two new Raspberry Pi models emerge steaming from the oven

10 hours 5 min ago
RPi 3 shrunk into normal and 'lite' Compute Modules for embedded applications

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has baked two new Pi.…

RIP Eugene Cernan: Last man on the Moon dies aged 82

11 hours 5 min ago
Apollo 10 and 17 astronaut, moonwalker, spacewalker, pioneer

Eugene Cernan, the last man to leave footprints on the Moon, has died aged 82.…

Laser beam sky mirage cannon can spy on enemies and generate Star Trek-style shields

January 16, 2017 - 11:58pm
Nice theory, BAE Systems, now where's the demonstrator?

British defence contractor BAE Systems says it has developed a laser-powered "mirage on demand" which can be used to bend the very fabric of the skies to military commanders' whims.…

Balancing miners borks blockchains, say boffins

January 16, 2017 - 11:29pm
Blockchain consortia are like the early internet: everyone knows and trusts each other. But when you try to scale ...

The financial sector's enthusiasm for blockchain technology might be misplaced, according to a pair of Australian distributed computing experts.…

Smart guns are a neat idea on paper. They'll never survive reality

January 16, 2017 - 11:03pm
No amount of innovation will win over a suspicious public

Comment A bright-eyed MIT undergraduate implausibly branded "the Mark Zuckerberg of guns" has recycled an age-old solution looking for a problem – the smart gun.…

Trump fan Peter Thiel 'considering' CA Terminator role*

January 16, 2017 - 10:03pm
*California State Governor

Peter Thiel, the only tech billionaire to back Donald Trump, is reported to be considering a run for governor of California.…

DataGravity moves away from arrays to become a virtualised data guardian

January 16, 2017 - 9:02pm
Startup orbits security VM around vSphere and VSAN unstructured data

Analysis Startup DataGravity laid off staff in February last year and subsequently pivoted away from building and selling its Discovery Series array line to building a shipping virtual appliance using its Discovery Series array software as a basis.…

Jeremy Hunt pockets £14m through sale of course search website

January 16, 2017 - 8:01pm
Health Secretary makes a mint. Good for him, right?

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has become one of the UK's richest politicians following the sale of his business which runs course-listing websites.…

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