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Black Friday? Yes, tech vendors might be feeling a bit glum looking at numbers for the UK

1 hour 15 min ago
2018: The year the US-imported shopping promo bonanza goes pffft?

Black Friday may take on a different meaning in 2018 as the consumer shopping bonanza looks set to be an utter flop in the largest economies across Europe.…

In Space, Still: 20 years since Russia hurled first bit of floating astronaut hostel into orbit

1 hour 50 min ago
No one fancied Salyut-style jaunt to Mir to grab some gear

The International Space Station turned 20 this week as space agencies and 'nauts alike celebrated the anniversary of the launch of the first module of the ISS.…

Thanksgiving brings together Apple's Siri and Google Assistant

12 hours 4 min ago
A divided tech nation embraces, uncomfortably

In a very American celebration of setting aside differences to sit at the same table, on the eve of Thanksgiving you can now use your iPhone to issue voice commands to Google's smart home systems. Well, sort of.…

Word boffins back Rimini Street in Oracle row: 'Full' in 'full costs' is a 'delexicalised adjective'

12 hours 5 min ago
Pah! Who didn't know that?! (It means they shouldn't have to pay non-taxable costs, apparently)

The United States and linguistic experts have sided with Oracle-botherer Rimini Street in its Supreme Court battle to claw back $12m from its copyright settlement with Big Red.…

Net neutrality is heading to the courts (again): So will the current rules stand or be overturned (again)?

November 21, 2018 - 11:02pm
We dig in and find a surprising answer

The rules over what companies selling internet access to folks are allowed to do are heading to America's law courts yet again.…

Flea market Xiaomi makes mad dash for growth

November 21, 2018 - 11:00pm
Pay no attention to the underpants. We ARE an internet company

Analysis China's answer to the Grace Brothers department store*, Xiaomi, remains dependent on internet services for most of its profit, and smartphones for most of its revenue – and that's giving some analysts pause for thought.…

AWS shovels compute smarts into Snowball Edge. How about piling it into a Stack, eh?

November 21, 2018 - 10:00pm
Transient use edge data collector and processor upgraded

Amazon has slipped some extra compute options into its Snowball Edge data transfer box.…

Talk in Trump's tweets tells whether tale is true: Code can mostly spot Prez lies from wording

November 21, 2018 - 9:54pm
And no, it's not simply return true;... Study finds language analysis is fairly good at detecting deception

Boffins from the Netherlands and France claim that the word choices and sentence construction in President Donald Trump's tweets can be used more often than not for lie detection.…

1,700 lucky Brit kids to visit Apple Stores for 'Year of Engineering'

November 21, 2018 - 9:00pm
Because watching a 'Genius' mope about the shop floor will inspire a generation

While it may be having some difficulty shifting its latest iPhones, Apple has found time to fling open its stores and inflict hordes of excited schoolchildren on the "Geniuses" therein.…

Holograms to Match of the Day: Huawei shindig shows 5G is still playing all things to all people

November 21, 2018 - 8:00pm
But whatever, you can expect phones next year

Roundup After years of interminable waffle, 5G is almost upon us, and Huawei wants to tell us what works – and what must wait. At this stage, the wrinkles are as valuable as the milestones, because 5G is a vast smorgasbord of different technologies and aspirations.…

Facebook to appeal against ICO fine – says it's a matter of principle not to pay 18 mins' profit

November 21, 2018 - 7:00pm
Get Zucked, basically

Facebook is to appeal the £500,000 fine handed down in October by the UK's Information Commissioner's Office over the data-harvesting scandal.…

TalkTalk's £1.5bn 3-million home fibre broadband hopes on ice for now

November 21, 2018 - 6:02pm
FibreNation might exist but the expected sack of cash is yet to be announced

TalkTalk's 3 million-home fibre splurge now has a name – FibreNation – but can no longer say it has £1.5bn at its disposal for the venture.…

Sage CEO: £60m says we can convert more folk to Business Cloud

November 21, 2018 - 5:00pm
FY18 dogged by execution woes but, er, all sorted now

The latest CEO to take the controls at Brit accountancy software maker Sage is intending to convert the laggards in its customer base to the cloud by spending £60m on R&D and product improvements.…

3 is the magic number (of bits): Flip 'em at once and your ECC protection can be Rowhammer'd

November 21, 2018 - 4:00pm
Dutch boffins prove it is possible to evade memory-busting attack mitigations

Researchers in the Netherlands have confirmed that error-correcting code (ECC) protections can be thwarted to perform Rowhammer memory manipulation attacks.…

Is Google's Pixel getting better, or just more expensive?

November 21, 2018 - 3:00pm
Chocolate Factory vows to fix camera glitch

Google might make the best camera phone in the world – but that doesn't mean much if it can't take pictures.…

Microsoft: You looking at me funny? Oh, you just want to sign in

November 21, 2018 - 2:00pm
Password-less logins for Edge users with Windows Hello or a FIDO2 dongle. Like, 3 people

It's taken a while, but it has finally arrived. You can sign into your Microsoft account with a suitable dongle or Windows Hello, with passwords consigned to history.…

Technical foul: Amazon suffers data snafu days before Black Friday, emails world+dog

November 21, 2018 - 1:40pm
$1tn biz doesn't answer very basic questions - like how or why it happened

Updated Amazon has suffered a data snafu just days before Black Friday – and the company was tight-lipped about whether it had notified the British data protection authorities.…

Fancy Bear hacker crew Putin dirty RATs in Word documents emailed to govt orgs – report

November 21, 2018 - 12:55pm
Disguised as files about recent Lion Air crash, no less

Russian state-backed hacking crew Fancy Bear (aka APT28) is distributing malware-riddled files with a suggested link to the recent Lion Air crash in order to dupe government workers into downloading software nasties – and has developed a new remote-access trojan called Cannon, according to Palo Alto Networks.…

Merry Christmas, you filthy directors: ICO granted powers to fine bosses for spam calls

November 21, 2018 - 12:22pm
Dodgy dialling dons' dosh due to diminish in December

Company bosses will be personally liable for nuisance calls made by their firms from 17 December, and could be forced to pay up to £500,000.…

New era for Japan, familiar problems: Microsoft withdraws crash-tastic patches

November 21, 2018 - 11:53am
Upcoming calendar change more than Office can handle

Stop us if you've heard this one, but Microsoft has pulled a couple of buggy patches in Office. It also left a crash-worthy Outlook security fix in place.…


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