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You're always a day Huawei: UK to decide whether to ban Chinese firm's kit from 5G networks tomorrow - Though we might not hear about it straight away

4 hours ago

Microsoft: 14 January patch was the last for Windows 7. Also Microsoft: Actually... -- Wallpaper-stripping bug will be fixed

12 hours ago

Business - Accounting expert told judge Autonomy was wrong not to disclose hardware sales - Autonomy trial - Mind you, he was instructed by HPE

5 hours ago

Data Centre - Finally, a technology angle on the coronavirus outbreak: Semiconductor biz stocks slip amid China supply chain fears - As Chinese cities go into quarantine, investors get nervous over the lockdown of the world's workshop - |

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Software -- 'Trust no one' is good enough for the X Files but not for software devs: How do you use third-party libs and stay secure, experts mull on stage -- 'We all use other people's code'

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Low code? Low usage, more like: Add G Suite's App Maker to the Google graveyard, it's switching off next year -- Dun-dun-dun, another one bites the dust -- |

4 hours ago

Security -- Remember the Clipper chip? NSA's botched backdoor-for-Feds from 1993 still influences today's encryption debates -- |

4 hours ago

FCC lines up $16 billion for broadband across entire US. Well, except New York because, screw them, right? -- They've got money, explains American watchdog that just can't help itself

7 hours ago

Google halts paid-for Chrome extension updates amid fraud surge: Web Store in lockdown 'due to the scale of abuse' -- Meanwhile, probe reveals how Avast's 'anonymized' user data can be, er, deanonymized

10 hours ago

Because Monday mornings just aren't annoying enough: Google Drive takes a dive and knocks out G Suite -- It's not you, it's G

10 hours ago

Maryland: Make malware possession a crime! Yes, yes, researchers get a free pass -- Hardened cybercrooks must be shaking in their boots

11 hours ago

European Processor Initiative Readies Prototype

11 hours ago

AI Is Driving Storage Down New Avenues

11 hours ago

The Debate Over Regulating AI Ramps Up

11 hours ago

Intel Fills In The First Half Server Pothole – And Then Some

11 hours ago

InLinkUK collapse: Ad market, planning woes, £20m debt and drug dealers using booths to blame, say admins -- Now all safely under BT's wing

11 hours ago

Cisco Webex bug allowed anyone to join a password-protected meeting -- Patched vuln was 'in active use', firm reveals

10 hours ago

Elixir devs throw compiler tracing and release improvements into 1.10 cauldron

15 hours ago

JetBrains goes EAP on IntelliJ 2020.1, goes to town on TeamCity

17 hours ago

Spring Boot expands cloud native tech support

17 hours ago

What's the point: CNCF signs off on 2019, CircleCI rolls out Orbs, Travis maintenance, Functions 3.0

3 days ago

Artificial Intelligence -- Little grouse on the prairie: IBM's AI facial-recognition training dataset gets it in trouble... in Illinois -- Photo subjects fling class-action sueball

16 hours ago

Bootnotes -- AI 'more profound than fire', Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai tells rich folks' talking shop -- And more waffle from the World Economic Forum

13 hours ago

Iguazio pulls in $24m from investors, shows off storage-integrated parallelised, real-time AI/machine learning workflows

14 hours ago

Tabletop storage: Georgia Tech looks to SMASH an exabyte into DNA 'sugar cube'

3 days ago

Mind the air gap: Quantum reinforces tape defences against ransomware

3 days ago

Universal memory candidate technology

4 days ago

Windows takes a tumble in the land of the Big Mac and Bacon Double Cheeseburger -- You want fries with that BSOD?

18 hours ago

Brit brainiacs say they've cracked non-volatile RAM that uses 100 times less power -- 'Within the next decade we'll either have it or we won't,' prof tells The Reg

19 hours ago

In deepest darkest Surrey, an on-prem SAP system running 17-year-old software is about to die.... -- 40 million British pounds goes to one brave supplier of replacement

12 hours ago

Geek's Guide -- German scientists, Black Knights and the birthplace of British rocketry -- Geek's Guide to Britain -- El Reg visits Westcott and the Isle of Wight in search of more of Britain's forgotten rocket centres

12 hours ago

Software -- Take DOS, stir in some Netware, add a bit of Windows and... it's ALIIIIVE! -- Who, Me? -- Behold the Frankenworkstation

18 hours ago

Software -- What is WebAssembly? And can you really compile C/C++ to it? And it'll run in browsers? Allow us to explain in this gentle introduction -- Code corner -- Hey, if it's good enough for AutoCAD...

15 hours ago

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Software -- Electron devs bond at Covalence conference: We speak to those mastering the cross-platform tech behind Slack, Visual Code Studio, etc -- Analysis -- Derided app framework ready for broader acceptance

20 hours ago

Artificial Intelligence -- Mysterious face-recog AI startup Clearview sued, capabilities questioned after scraping billions of web pics -- Roundup -- Also, the most detailed brain map yet took 12 years, $40m to build

20 hours ago

Security -- Teenagers today. Can't take them anywhere, eh? 18-year-old kid accused of $50m SIM-swap cryptocurrency heist -- Roundup -- Also, Cisco, Citrix emit patches, US army advises using Signal

20 hours ago

Networks - Protestors in Los Angeles force ICANN board out of hiding over .org sale – for a brief moment, at least - DNS overseer accepts 35,000-signature petition... and then runs away - | 53

12 hours ago

NASA: Remember that 2024 Moon thing? How about Mars in 2033? Authorization bill moots 2028 for more lunar footprints -- Looks like Lucy might move the ball again

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Virtualization -- Why so glum, VMware? It's Friday. Oh, is it this $235m patent infringement invoice from Densify? Too bad, so sad -- Virtualization giant hit with massive tech blueprint verdict

20 hours ago

Curse of Boeing continues: Now a telly satellite it built may explode, will be pushed up to 500km from geo orbit -- DirecTV's Spaceway-1 to head off into the void before its batteries detonate

3 days ago

Personal Tech -- Everyone loves our new desktop web search design so much – the one with ads that look like links – that we're tweaking it, says Google -- Unpopular opinion: Adverts are a bit more distinct with this new style, but OK, internet, you win

3 days ago

Microsoft puts away the Catnip: Windows Insiders community app axed due to 'technical limitations' -- Pretty much the most exciting thing to come out of Fast Ring Build 19551

3 days ago

DevOps -- Atlassian anticipates $1.6bn total revenue for fiscal 2020 as subscriptions make it rain -- Can you hear the cloudy cash registers ringing?

3 days ago

Software -- Microsoft previews Visual Studio update with added Linux love, many new features -- Develop on Windows, deploy to Linux: an increasingly common pattern

3 days ago

Security -- 2015-member database floats off through breach in Royal Yachting Association's hull -- Change your passwords, ye scurvy-free non-landlubbers

3 days ago

Internet of Things -- Well, well, well. Internet-of-Things speaker biz Sonos to continue some software support for legacy kit after all -- Punters can still run old and new gear on same network, for now

3 days ago

Emergent Tech - This episode of Black Mirror sucks: London cops boast that facial-recog creepycams will be on the streets this year - In depth - Here's what Met top brass told the press this morning - | 83

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Software -- Free Software Foundation suggests Microsoft 'upcycles' Windows 7... as open source -- 'Its life doesn't have to end!'

3 days ago

Personal Tech -- Apple: EU can't make us use your stinking common charging standard -- From Screw you, Brits... to Up yours, Delors...

3 days ago

Bootnotes -- It's a jungle out there when it comes to conservation tech – but there's a cloud for that -- Courtesy of Species360 (not a move by Microsoft into the zoology space)

3 days ago