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0 - 200 GB
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Updated: 1 hour 21 min ago

Chip flinger Micron reels in production, expenses as revenue growth comes to crashing halt

1 hour 24 min ago
DRAM and NAND output to take a hit as demand slides

Chip maker Micron has slammed the brakes on production and expenses entering calendar 2019 in anticipation of falling demand.…

Microsoft: Come and play in our Windows SandBox

2 hours 24 min ago
We've got buckets, spades and isolated apps

Ever felt a bit sick when Windows whinges about a suspicious application, but you really need to run it? Worry no more, because Windows Sandbox is inbound.…

Sticking with one mobile provider gets you... Oh. Price rises, big exit fees, and lovely, lovely lock-in

3 hours 5 min ago
UK competition bods threaten action against 'loyalty penalty'

The UK's Competition and Markets Authority has issued an urgent call for action against mobile providers that rip off loyal customers with high prices even once handsets are paid off.…

IBM: Co-Op Insurance talking direct to coding subcontractor helped collapse of £55m IT revamp project

4 hours 15 min ago
Was it Agile's fault? Was it the billing? Sueball rolls on

IBM has blamed ex-customer Co-Op Insurance for the crash of a £55m project centring on Agile software development, but admitted the systems it built "would not have" boosted the insurer's top or bottom line anyway.…

Stop the credential thieves before they stop your business

5 hours 47 min ago
CyberArk checks your privileges

Promo Back in 2008, San Francisco's IT infrastructure ground to a halt. An engineer called Terry Childs who managed the network had consolidated all the sysadmin credentials giving access to the system's privileged accounts, but after a dispute with the city government he refused to divulge these vital details.…

Cloudflare speaks out amid allegations it safeguards banned terror gangs' websites

6 hours 8 min ago
Policing customers is tough, censoring content would be worse, says lawyer

Analysis Cloudflare found itself underfire this month for seemingly allowing officially designated foreign terrorists to use its website protection services. Which, under US law, would be a big no-no.…

Suunto settles scary scuba screwup for $50m: 'Faulty' dive computer hardware and software put explorers in peril

7 hours 27 min ago
Divers claimed biz knew of defective kit, failed to fix it

As anyone who has gone scuba diving will understand, it is critical that you know how deep you are, how long you have been diving, the air pressure in your tank, and how much air you have left.…

Houston, we've had a problem: NASA fears internal server hacked, staff personal info swiped by miscreants

15 hours 3 min ago
Another leak, this time it's personal. Plus: Trump launches Space Force, er, Command

A server containing personal information, including social security numbers, of current and former NASA workers may have been hacked, and its data stolen, it emerged today.…

Is Google purposefully breaking Microsoft, Apple browsers on its websites? Some insiders are confident it is

December 18, 2018 - 11:53pm
Google's doing to Microsoft what Microsoft did to everyone in the 1990s, allegedly

Analysis In what can only be described as painfully ironic, Microsoft engineers are seemingly convinced that Google is making changes to its websites in order to break rival browsers.…

American bloke hauls US govt into court after border cops 'cuffed him, demanded he unlock his phone at airport'

December 18, 2018 - 10:43pm
California traveler wants damages for allegedly being made to open mobe, miss flight

A California man is suing the US government for civil rights violations after he was apparently detained and forced to unlock his phone at an American airport.…

Newsflash: Twitter still toxic place for women, particular those of color, Amnesty study finds

December 18, 2018 - 9:24pm
Journos, politicos trolled, abused 'once every 30 secs'

In March, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey promised to stem the tide of toxic content that has plagued his antisocial network for years.…

Scrubtastic end to 2018 as SpaceX, Blue Origin, Arianespace all opt for another day on Earth

December 18, 2018 - 8:30pm
But spare a thought for 'nauts coming home in punctured Soyuz

Roundup It's been a packed week to round out the year for rocket fans still giddy from Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo sub-orbital jaunt.…

German cybersecurity chief: Anyone have any evidence of Huawei naughtiness?

December 18, 2018 - 7:30pm
We won't be having a word with local firms until then

Germany's top cybersecurity official has said he hasn't seen any evidence for the espionage allegations against Huawei.…

Ofcom: More spectrum for all the good boys and girls. Except you, EE. You've had your fill

December 18, 2018 - 6:40pm
UK mobile networks had better open their wallets

Ofcom has revealed plans to offer more of the airwaves to mobile networks, increasing capacity by around 22 per cent overall, and by 62 per cent in the more attractive sub-1GHz portion of the spectrum.…

Brit startup Graphcore tossed a £200m early Christmas pressie for machine learning CPU

December 18, 2018 - 5:57pm
Bristol firm says it will 'triple' headcount

AI chip startup Graphcore has managed to grab $200m from investors, part of which will be used to hire more engineers on the west coast...the west coast of Britain for the absence of doubt.…

BT: Soz about that £1.3m CEO bonus vote, shareholders. Friends?

December 18, 2018 - 4:58pm
We're listening, insists company right before new chief exec takes post

BT has belatedly given its shareholders a public pat on the head for not voting down departing chief exec Gavin Patterson's £1.3m bonus.…

Continuous Lifecycle London's 2019 speakers revealed, blind bird tickets about to disappear

December 18, 2018 - 4:29pm
Learn about DevOps, Containers, CD/CI and save £100s

Events We're announcing the first tranche of speakers for Continuous Lifecycle London 2019 today, meaning you've got just a few hours left to grab our super bargain blind bird tickets.…

Bonne année, Google, Facebook! France to tax tech giants from 1 Jan

December 18, 2018 - 4:00pm
Nation becomes the latest to go it alone as EU talks stall

France will start levying charges on tech giants from 1 January 2019, making it the latest nation to go it alone on a digital sales tax.…

It's beginning to look a lot like multi-threaded CPUs, everywhere you go... Arm teases SMT Cortex-A65AE car brains

December 18, 2018 - 3:00pm
Robo-ride processor core acts a lot like Intel Hyper-Threading

Arm will today announce its Cortex-A65AE processor core aimed at powering self-driving cars and in-vehicle entertainment. Somewhat buried in the bumph we glimpsed ahead of the launch, though, is something very curious.…

Still using Azure Scheduler? Schedule in 30 September 2019 'cos it's being euthanised

December 18, 2018 - 2:00pm
Hi! I'm a task scheduler! Nobody really knows what I do until I stop doing it...

Another long-in-the-tooth Azure service was put on notice this week.…


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