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vendredi 14 décembre 2018
00:09Sidecar drags itself out the grave, sues Uber for putting it there
Cab hailing app accuses rival of predatory prices and fake bookings An early entrant to the cab-hailing app market, Sidecar, has sued Uber claiming the cab giant used predatory pricing and fake bookings to put its rival out of business.…
jeudi 13 décembre 2018
23:50US bitcoin bomb threat ransom scam looks like a hoax say FBI, cops
Extortion scheme gets national attention but not much in the way of funds Police departments around the US say they've been apprised of emailed bomb threats seeking payment in cryptocurrency or else explosions will ensue.…
23:10Astroboffins spy a rare exoplanet evaporating before their eyes
*Okay so it will be here for another billion years or so but it's shrinking faster than normal Somewhere in the Cancer constellation lies a mini-Neptune sized planet that is disappearing at rate faster than ever seen before, according to research published in Astronomy & Astrophysics on Thursday.…
22:38US elections watchdog says it's OK to spend surplus campaign cash on...
Congresscritters now have one less excuse for getting pwned The US Federal Election Commission has officially voted to allow members of Congress to use their campaign funds on cybersecurity protection.…
20:55Postmates plans rollout of autonomous delivery robots in US
Wheeled robo-containers called Serve headed first to LA Delivery biz Postmates on Tuesday showed off a wheeled robotic box named Serve that should soon start showing up in cities around the US, carrying goods for customers.…
20:05Fraudster convicted of online banking thefts using… whatever the hell...
Ingenious device, or fake bomb from 1980s cop movie? Police in London have put away a fraudster who was using a bizarre homemade device to con people out of the contents of their bank accounts.…
19:51The fastest, most secure browser? Microsoft Edge apparently
Well, in one respect anyway Microsoft may have taken the decision to ditch the Edge's browser engine for Google's Chromium too soon.…
16:23Apple to splash $10bn raisin' American bit barns
Cupertino pats own back for forking over dollars in home country Apple has said it will spend $10bn on data centres in the US over the next five years, and will set up a new $1bn campus in Texas.…
15:38Virgin Galactic test flight reaches space for the first time, lugging...
SpaceShipTwo goes faster and higher than ever before Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo took its first trip into space today as the company launched the reusable rocket-powered craft on its fourth test flight above the Mojave desert in southern California.…
15:26Telcos enlist Google, Amazon to help protect Europe's data from Big...
Orange, DT's plan to take on firms that create 'competitive asymmetries' Comment Nothing sums up Europe's tech dilemma like the deep and meaningful partnership two of its biggest telcos touted this week. The CEOs of Orange (Stéphane Richard) and Deutsche Telekom (Timotheus Höttges) see more than €120bn a year flow through their combined cash tills. ...
14:48UK spam-texting tax consultancy slapped with £200k fine
Generic privacy policies won't get you valid consent, says ICO A London firm that sent 14.8 million spam SMSes without consent has been fined £200,000 by the UK’s data protection watchdog.…
14:07'Exclusive swag' up for grabs as GitLab flings bug bounty scheme open...
Don't worry, there are cheques, too DevOps outfit GitLab has opened its bug bounty scheme to world+dog, having paid out $200,000 last year and fixed 'nearly 200 vulnerabilities reported to us'.…
12:56Godmother of word processing Evelyn Berezin dies at 93
Office revolutionary developed the hefty Redactron Obit The remarkable Evelyn Berezin, founder of Redactron, a company that successfully sold word processing systems in the early 1970s, has died aged 93.…
12:02Home users due for a battering with Microsoft 365 subscription stick
Job opening at Redmond points to new consumer services Fire up the steam-powered speculation machine! A consumer-focused Microsoft 365 subscription is inbound.…
11:24Taylor's gonna spy, spy, spy, spy, spy... fans can't shake cam off,...
Swifties' faces scanned against DB of 'known stalkers' at US gig – reports Spotify's one-time nemesis Taylor Swift has reportedly used controversial facial recognition tech on fans while they've been getting down to her sick beats.…
10:35Windows 10 can carry on slurping even when you're sure you yelled STOP!
All your activity are belong to us Updated A feature introduced in the April 2018 Update of Windows 10 may have set off a privacy landmine within the bowels of Redmond as users have discovered that their data was still flowing into the intestines of the Windows giant, even with the thing apparently turned off.…
10:11CLL '19 to span DevOps, Containers, Continuous Delivery and Serverless
Agenda is set, blind bird tickets going soon Events We'll be revealing the first tranche of speakers for Continuous Lifecycle 2019 next week, meaning you have just days to save hundreds of pounds with our blind bird ticket offer.…
09:10The eulogising of The Mother Of All Demos at 50 is Silicon Valley...
Doug Engelbart retrofitted for mystical bullsh!t Comment There was a time, happy days, when no one wanted to read about the titans of tech. Or so the editors at the newspapers thought.…
08:10Oxford startup magics up metamaterials for next-gen charging
It doesn't make you invisible, but it could make powerups less painful Imagine throwing your phone onto a car dashboard or table, knowing it'll power up. And imagine that tabletop or dashboard powering up several randomly aligned devices at once. Above an unassuming street in Oxford, engineers are ironing out the problems.…
06:01UK white hats blacklisted by Cisco Talos after smart security code...
Cisco gracefully says it won't charge for the privilege UK security training company Hacker House briefly had its site blocked after being mistaken for malware by Cisco's security wing Talos' smart 'threat intelligence' software.…
05:01When it comes to AI research the West is winning, the East is rising...
Annual AI Index report shows competitive times ahead The US and Europe might be top dogs in machine learning at the moment, but the East is catching up fast, helped by massive government spending.…
03:03Phew, galactic accident helps boffins explain dark matter riddle
Texan-led team find ancient oddity that's full of the stuff An accidental discovery by a team of astronomers has helped answer one of the burning questions about dark matter and where it came from.…
mercredi 12 décembre 2018
23:15Huawei exec out of jail, just as US accuses China of Marriott hack
Tensions continue to build between two countries The trade tensions between the US and China continue to build as American officials have accused Beijing of backing the massive Marriott data breach.…
22:18Kubernetes has become 'boring' and that's good, Google tells devs
Thrill-seeking infrastructure devs accept end of caffeine-fueled ops frenzy with murmur Kubernetes 'is now very, very boring,' declared Janet Kuo, software engineer at Google, at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2018 in Seattle, Washington, on Wednesday.…
21:47Small American town rejects Comcast – while ISP reps take issue with...
And the FCC and AT&T claim everything is hunky dory Just how much do you hate Comcast? Enough to spend $1m of your own money to escape its clutches?…
20:37It is with a heavy heart that we must inform you hackers are targeting ...
Sharpshooter takes aim at critical infrastructure Hackers are targetting critical infrastructure providers, including nuclear power and defense agencies, in what may be a state-sponsored attack that's hiding behind North Korean code.…
19:34Here's 2018 in a nutshell for you... Russian super robot turns out to...
State TV can't decide whether it was duped or not Video Every year Russia holds – and broadcasts on state television – a tech showcase of its latest products for an audience of hundreds of school kids.…
17:00Hole-y ship: ISS 'nauts take a wander to crack Soyuz driller whodunnit
In Soviet Russia, comrade find small hole by making much bigger hole Spacewalking cosmonauts clambered outside the ISS yesterday to get an external view of the mystery hole drilled into the Soyuz, which is due to return three crew members to Earth next week.…
16:30Doubles all round for the server-makers: Market inhales $23.36bn for...
Dell EMC, HPE and ODMs frolic as cloud rains cash The continued data centre refresh cycle and seemingly insatiable demand from the big cloud slingers to bulk out their infrastructure saw server vendors make hay while the sun shone in Q3.…
16:00Thwack... boing: Amazon EFS rival Elastifile flings out multi-cloud...
Ain't no marketplace like a third-party marketplace Scale-out software filer supplier Elastifile has buddied up with Google to thrust its NAS file system into Mountain View's Cloud Platform.…
15:30Bulk surveillance is always bad, say human rights orgs appealing...
Liberty and pals seek to prove intrusive spy powers can never be justified A band of human rights organisations have appealed against a top European court's ruling on bulk surveillance, arguing that any form of mass spying breaches rights to privacy and free expression.…
15:00Thanks to UK peers, coming to a laptop near you in 2019: Age checks...
Pr0n to be gated despite misgivings, says UK.gov minister Age checks for online porn are expected to come into force around Easter 2019, as peers yesterday signed off on the final regulations and guidance despite acknowledging they will not be wholly efficient.…
14:30Britain approved £2.5m of snooping kit exports to thoroughly snuggly...
Who was Jamal Khashoggi, anyway? British ministers have approved the export of more than £2.4m worth of telecoms snooping gear to Saudi Arabia, in spite of its very obvious human rights problems, according to a report.…
14:15Webinar: Supermicro and Intel offer a taste of cloud innovations
Test your own workload at their Cloud Center of Excellence Promo Server giant Supermicro recently teamed up with Intel to set up its Cloud Center of Excellence (CCoE) at its logistics hub and manufacturing facility in the Netherlands.…
14:00JFrog to open freebie central repository for Go fans in the new year
Your code is immutable, and always believed in... 'cause you use Go(Center) Updated Self-proclaimed 'Database of DevOps' JFrog is about to fling open the first central repository for Go modules in the form of GoCenter.…
13:00Having swallowed its pride and started again with 10nm chips, Intel...
3D stacks of Arm-like core clusters, APIs, and more coming some time soon 'We have humble pie to eat right now, and we're eating it,' Murthy Renduchintala, Intel's chief engineering officer, said yesterday. 'My view on [Intel's] 10nm is that brilliant engineers took a risk, and now they're retracing their steps and getting it right.'…
12:15Need continuous Kubernetes satisfaction? CloudBees has just the thing
DevOps outfit also unleashes commercial support for Jenkins X The gang at DevOps darlings CloudBees have been busy, er, bees and flung out a new continuous delivery product for Kubernetes development in the form of Core while also kicking off commercial support for Jenkins X.…
11:17Dixons Carphone smarting from £440m loss as it writes down goodwill on ...
No one's buying new friggin' handsets, says retailer Dixons Carphone today reported a £440m statutory loss at the halfway stage of its fiscal '19 after writing down the goodwill of its mobile division, sending its shares tumbling by almost 12 per cent.…
10:15DXC Technology turns to BT Security to nab its infosec bossman
Waves bye to yet ANOTHER HPE exec, internal memo confirms DXC Technology UK arm has hired former BT Security CEO Mark Hughes to run its global security function, replacing yet another old timer from the Hewlett Packard Enterprise side of the merger.…
09:15Ticketmaster tells customer it's not at fault for site's Magecart...
Uh, hello? Didn't you put third-party Javascript on a payment page? Ticketmaster is telling its customers that it wasn't to blame for the infection of its site by a strain of the Magecart cred-stealing malware – despite embedding third-party Javascript into its payments page.…
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