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Biting the hand that feeds IT
Updated: 1 hour 7 min ago

If you store your data, I tell you I'm your man: You flash some, lose some, all arrays to me

1 hour 28 min ago
Double up or quit, double stake or split – the storage roundup

If we've played our cards right, you'll be up to date on the storage goings-on of the week. Otherwise you'll be lost in the shuffle. Here's a hand full of aces, kings and queens – and don't forget the joker.…

Lazy parent Intel dumps Lustre assets on HPC storage bods DDN

2 hours 19 min ago
Chipzilla offloads devs, support teams and contracts

HPC storage supplier DDN has bought Intel's Lustre file system business, including its dev teams and support contracts.…

HTC U12+: You said we should wait and review the retail product. Hate to break it to you, but...

2 hours 48 min ago
WTF were they thinking?

Review "There will be no HTC U12," the man from HTC told journalists in briefings ahead of the launch of this year's flagship. "And no U12++." Company executives stressed that, for 2018, there would be just one flagship, and the HTC U12+ was it.…

GDPR forgive us, it's been one month since you were enforced…

3 hours 20 min ago
… and we still aren’t accepting EU users

A month after the enforcement date of the General Data Protection Regulation – a law that businesses had two years to prepare for – many websites are still locking out users in the European Union as a method of compliance.…

Software changed the world, then died on the first of the month

3 hours 56 min ago
Brief didn't call for two-digit dates. What to blame? Bad brief or lousy testing?

Who, me? Welcome again to Monday, and therefore to a new edition of “Who, me?”, The Register’s confessional column in which readers own their errors.…

Qualcomm still serious about Windows 10 on Arm: Engineers work on '12W' Snapdragon 1000

4 hours 14 min ago
Dev kit leak seemingly backed by techies' job descriptions

Qualcomm is seemingly working on another high-end 64-bit Arm-compatible system-on-chip for Windows 10 PCs – the Snapdragon 1000.…

Smartphone batteries can reveal what you typed and read

4 hours 51 min ago
Power trace sniffing, a badly-designed API and some cloudy AI spell potential trouble

A group of researchers has demonstrated that smartphone batteries can offer a side-channel attack vector by revealing what users do with their devices through analysis of power consumption.…

Oracle Linux now supported on 64-bit Armv8 processors

5 hours 30 min ago
Big Red wants ‘very viable server/cloud platform for Arm’ so adds MySQL, Docker, Java efforts under way too

Oracle’s announced that the version of its GNU/Linux for Arm processors is now generally available and signalled its intentions to help “build out a very viable server/cloud platform for Arm.”…

Net's druids thrash out specs for an independent IETF

6 hours 20 min ago
This matters because right now there's no formal structure, which makes things tenuous

The Internet Engineering Task Force has taken another step on its road to independence, publishing a for-discussion proposal covering its likely administrative arrangements.…

Ubuntu reports 67% of users opt in to on-by-default PC specs slurp

7 hours 25 min ago
Early data reveals most users run a single CPU, 4GB of RAM, one 1080P monitor

Ubuntu has reported on data collected using the new user-profiling “feature” in version 18.04 of its GNU/Linux distribution.…

AT&T offloads a bunch of data centres for a billion bucks

8 hours 24 min ago
Carrier will still control customers and offer colo services in 29 bit barns

AT&T has followed the emerging trend of carriers getting out of the data centre infrastructure business by offloading 31 colocation assets to Brookfield Infrastructure for US$1.1 billion.…

Linus Torvalds tells kernel devs to fix their regressive fixing

9 hours 24 min ago
And get their timing right so that fixes aren't features

Linus Torvalds has given the Linux kernel development community a bit of a touch-up, after finding some contributions to Linux 4.18 complicated the kernel development process.…

India tells its banks to get Windows XP off ATMs – in 2019!

10 hours 29 min ago
And do some pretty basic security hygiene before then

The Reserve Bank of India has given that country's banking sector a hard deadline to get Windows XP out of its ATMs: June 2019.…

The week that QoS in networking, aka WAN, RAN, thank you ma'am

June 24, 2018 - 10:01pm
Aruba gets the SD-WAN bug, Huawei patches slowly and so much more

Roundup Nokia has claimed a first by demonstrating a cloud-based radio access network (RAN) running on an operational carrier network.…

Something to fire up PyTorch fans, Facebook emits code for analyzing human poses, and more

June 23, 2018 - 3:16pm
Including: Microsoft hoovers up Bonsai startup

Roundup Hi, here are a few announcements in the AI world from this week. Read on to find out what's happening with PyTorch, which startup Microsoft just bought, and who won OpenAI's Sonic challenge.…

The strife of Brian: Why doomed Intel boss's ex86 may not be the real reason for his hasty exit

June 23, 2018 - 11:57am
Had the board just had enough of Krzanich?

Comment The sudden and shocking resignation of Intel CEO Brian Krzanich this week over a long-ago affair with a subordinate – banned under company rules – has led to much mirth among Register readers.…

Hardened Azure logins, softened containers, leaky encrypted images on Macs – and more

June 23, 2018 - 9:12am
Plus: Crypto-cash and keeping up with McAfee

Roundup This week you had to deal with AI security panic, fake Fortnite, and, if you use OpenBSD, the end of Intel HyperThread support

At last! Apple admits its MacBook Pro butterfly keyboards utterly suck, offers free replacements

June 23, 2018 - 1:21am
FYI: This article was typed o a roken Apple quirky keyoard – ad it loody well shows

Apple has finally admitted the utterfly-mechanism keyoards in its Macook ad Macook Pro laptops are diaolical, and has offered free repairs and replacemets.…

Azure North Europe downed by the curse of the Irish – sunshine

June 23, 2018 - 12:57am
Microsoft data center went sideways this week for hours with cooling issue

Amid forecasts of heat and fears of water shortage in Ireland on Monday, Microsoft was about to confront a drought of a different kind: an Azure service outage.…

Meet TLBleed: A crypto-key-leaking CPU attack that Intel reckons we shouldn't worry about

June 22, 2018 - 11:44pm
How to extract 256-bit signing keys with 99.8% success

Intel has, for now, no plans to specifically address a side-channel vulnerability in its processors that can be potentially exploited by malware to extract encryption keys and other sensitive info from applications.…


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