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Updated: 1 hour 21 min ago

NetApp flashes plump figures. China trade worries? Let's manage 'variables within our control'

1 hour 47 min ago
It's all about hyperconverged – no we're not breaking out those numbers

With one eye on uncertain currency movements and the developing US/ China trade war, NetApp reported a solid set of Q2 numbers, albeit figures that highlighted a slowdown in its monumental all-flash array sales growth.…

Google: Our DeepMind health slurp is completely kosher

2 hours 26 min ago
Now go away, we’re saving the world

Analysis Google’s DeepMind operation insists UK patients have nothing to worry about now that Google has absorbed the subsidiary - but lawyers and privacy campaigners have raised doubts.…

Brexit: UK will be disconnected from EU databases after 2020

2 hours 57 min ago
Commission will 'endeavour' to make an adequacy decision during transition period

The UK will be locked out of European Union databases once the Brexit transition period ends – but the UK is hoping a data adequacy decision will be adopted by the end of 2020.…

Oz lad 'fell in love with' baby meerkat, nicked it from zoo, took it out for a romantic Big Mac

3 hours 37 min ago
23-year-old fined $4,000, volunteers services for Perth Zoo, zoo says thanks but nah

Ever found yourself overcome by cuteness while gawping at sad, caged animals that you just had to take one home with you? Us neither, but that's exactly what 23-year-old Jesse Hooker did on a trip to Perth Zoo in Australia.…

OpenStack: We've seen the future, and it's metal (and infrastructure, natch)

4 hours 16 min ago
No need to learn Mandarin, we collaborate in English

OpenStack Summit The OpenStack Foundation took to the stage in Berlin this week to talk infrastructure because, heck, everyone loves infrastructure, right? Especially open infrastructure.…

Mi 8 Pro: Xiaomi early buyers wait for modern firmware

5 hours 17 min ago
Xiaomi your underpants: When will the UK market get its branded undies?

Prospective phone buyers may want to wait before plumping for a new Xiaomi. The newcomer’s flagship ships with MUIU 9 firmware, which is stuck on 2017’s Android Oreo.…

Japanese cyber security minister 'doesn't know what a USB stick is'

6 hours 1 min ago
Never uses computers because his peons do everything for him

In Blighty, we have former home secretary Amber "Necessary Hashtags" Rudd, but shockingly politicians' failure to grasp basic aspects of their brief is not limited to the UK.…

Creepy or super creepy? That is the question Mozilla's throwing at IoT Christmas pressies

6 hours 32 min ago
'Tis the season to be tracked by your connected water bottle

The FREDI baby monitor has been ranked creepiest connected home gadget on offer this festive season in a survey by Mozilla.…

iPhone XS: Just another £300 for a better cam- Wait, come back!

7 hours 42 min ago
Did we mention the worse battery?

Real world review While the XR may be the best value notched iPhone that Apple is making today, some of its compromises may be too much for the target market of customers hanging on to their dated but perfectly functional hardware.…

The threat to your org's data lies betwixt chair and keyboard. Join us live on the internet for expert advice on tackling issue

7 hours 53 min ago
Beware the trusted insider

Webcast If you like true crime stories, you already know that at the end the criminal is usually revealed to be someone the victim knew well.…

Nice one, former Cisco staff: Switchzilla is absolutely coining it

8 hours 24 min ago
'Trump tariff' question hangs over immediate future

A week after announcing hundreds of layoffs, Cisco has turned in a set of financials for Q1 of fiscal 2019 that are ahead of analyst expectations.…

A new Raspberry Pi takes a bow with all of the speed but less of the RAM

9 hours 6 min ago
A $10 saving cuts ports and memory from the Pi 3 Model A+ but keeps that quad core CPU

Like the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ but feel that the RAM is just a bit too big, the price too high or the ports too numerous? Fear not, for the spiritual successor to the original Model A+ is here.…

Openreach v Ofcom dark fibre legal bill bounced back to Competition Appeal Tribunal

9 hours 21 min ago
Court of Appeal rules it's wrong to assume regulator should pony up for cases it loses

The Court of Appeal has ruled that legal costs from BT Openreach's dark fibre bunfight against UK telcos will be reconsidered by the Competition Appeal Tribunal.…

US China-watcher warns against Middle Kingdom tech dominance

10 hours 35 min ago
5G, IoT, and tech supply chains should go under spotlight

Another US government panel has warned of the dangers of over-reliance on Chinese tech vendors: the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission.…

Just one Corretto, give it to me... AWS brews its own blend of Java with free long-term support

10 hours 40 min ago
Post boasts cloud host's utmost roast

Amazon may be working to rid itself of Oracle database software, but the box-and-bit shifting biz can't get enough of Oracle's coffee-themed programming technology, Java.…

Douglas Adams was right, ish... Super-Earth world clocked orbiting 'nearby' Barnard's Star

11 hours 33 min ago
Icy planet within cosmic spitting distance of humanity

A planet three times the size of Earth has been spotted orbiting Barnard's Star, one of the closest suns to our Solar System.…

CISA's Palace: Congress backs new cybersecurity nerve-center for cyber-America's cyber-future

17 hours 28 min ago
CISA heads off for Trump's signature – no, not that CISA, the good one

The US House of Representatives has unanimously passed a bipartisan bill that would create a new agency to lead the federal government's cybersecurity efforts.…

Oracle's JEDI mind-meld doesn't work on Uncle Sam's auditors: These are not the govt droids you are looking for

18 hours 38 min ago
Federation snubs Larry Ellison's bid to break up $10bn winner-takes-all contract

Oracle's bid to halt the Pentagon's JEDI $10bn winner-takes-all cloud IT contract has been turned down.…

Hands up who isn't p!*$ed off about Amazon's new HQ in New York and Virginia?

November 14, 2018 - 11:38pm
Ok, we have Amazon. Anyone else?

Analysis If regulators ever do get around to reining in the ecommerce steamroller that is Amazon, this week's announcement of his new headquarters may be the spark.…

Another Meltdown, Spectre security scare: Data-leaking holes riddle Intel, AMD, Arm chips

November 14, 2018 - 10:38pm
CPU slingers insist existing defenses will stop attacks – but eggheads disagree

Computer security researchers have uncovered yet another set of transient execution attacks on modern CPUs that allow a local attacker to gain access to privileged data, fulfilling predictions made when the Spectre and Meltdown flaws were reported at the beginning of the year.…


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