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Miscreants sweep internet for unpatched Cisco kit, fears over bugged Chinese parts, Roger Stone nabbed...

January 26, 2019 - 12:04pm
...PHP's PEAR sabotaged for months, and more from the world of infosec

Roundup This week we saw Hadoop hacks, Exchange exploits, and Deadpool besting scammers.…

NASA's Opportunity rover celebrates 15 years on Mars – by staying as dead as a doornail

January 26, 2019 - 8:44am
Still, not bad for hardware that was supposed to last 90 days

NASA scientists this week celebrated the fact their robot buddy Opportunity has spent the past fifteen years on Mars.…

Apple: Trust us, we've patented parts of Swift, and thus chunks of other programming languages, for your own good

January 26, 2019 - 2:05am
Nothing to see here, etc etc

Analysis Apple has, over the past few years, quietly and successfully patented, in the US at least, various aspects of Swift.…

Whats(goes)App must come down... World in shock as Zuck decides to intertwine Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp

January 25, 2019 - 10:53pm
Takeover leads to consolidation? Unfathomable (adjusted for sarcasm)

Analysis In an unprecedented decision that has left tech observers struggling to contain their shock, Facebook has decided to create a common software architecture for its three main apps: Facebook Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp.…

SK Hynix feels mosquito bite in revenues from flat flash and DRAM demand

January 25, 2019 - 10:51pm
Moving to high-density DRAM and delaying 96-layer flash

DRAM shortages that boosted the coffers of memory makers in recent times looks to be over - at least for now - and the impact can be seen in SK Hynix's top and bottom lines judging by its calendar Q4 financials.…

Six Flags fingerprinted my son without consent, says mom. Y'know, this biometric case has teeth, say state supremes...

January 25, 2019 - 10:26pm
Theme park's attempt to shoot down lawsuit snubbed by top judges

Analysis The Illinois Supreme Court on Friday ruled a family's lawsuit that claims downmarket-Disneyland Six Flags broke the US state's Biometric Privacy Act can proceed.…

FCC accused of colluding with Big Cable to game 5G legal challenge

January 25, 2019 - 9:56pm
House Commerce committee says it has inside knowledge of dodgy regulator antics

US telecoms regulator the FCC has been accused of colluding with companies it is supposed to oversee in order to protect a controversial decision over new 5G networks.…

Microsoft delivers a second preview of Visual Studio 2019 (a Redmond thing we actually like)

January 25, 2019 - 9:19pm
New toys for C++, C# and mobile in tech giant's big bag of early access goodies

Developers rejoice! The second preview of Visual Studio 2019 is upon us and contains all manner of goodies for those brave enough to venture into the not-for-production environment.…

Should the super-rich pay 70% tax rate above $10m? Here's Michael Dell's hot take for Davos

January 25, 2019 - 9:00pm
Nah, says 39th richest man in world

Michael Dell, the 39th richest man in the world, has shocked observers by speaking out against a higher marginal tax rate on people earning more than $10m.…

Crispest image yet of Ultima Thule arrives on Earth, but grab a coffee while the rest downloads

January 25, 2019 - 8:01pm
At up to 2,003bps, it'll be 2021 before we get all the data

The New Horizons spacecraft has continued its dribble of data back to Earth with a fresh image of Ultima Thule.…

Oof, are you sure? Facing $9bn damages, Google asks Supreme Court to hear Java spat

January 25, 2019 - 7:00pm
Chocolate Factory hoping to strike it lucky against Oracle

Google has taken the years-long spat with Oracle over its use of Java code in the Android mobile operating system to the US Supreme Court.…

Facebook didn't care if your kids ran up gigantic credit card bills – lawsuit

January 25, 2019 - 6:04pm
Even Angry Birds' makers asked why so many refunds were being made

Facebook has been accused of not caring if game companies diddled children and their parents out of millions of dollars with in-game purchases, following the unsealing of US court documents.…

Requests for info, gag orders and takedowns fired at GitHub users hit an all-time high last year

January 25, 2019 - 5:00pm
More stuff disclosed, but code host could rarely tell targets

Microsoft-owned code repo GitHub has received twice as many requests for user information in 2018 as the prior year, noting a disproportionate rise in accompanying gag orders.…

SpaceX enjoys three whole seconds of fire and fury on Pad 39A

January 25, 2019 - 4:22pm
Crew Dragon demo flight slated for February

SpaceX has finally fired up the engines of the Falcon 9 that is tasked with carrying the company's Crew Dragon spacecraft on its demo flight.…

UK-EU infosec data sharing may not be KO'd by Brexit, reckons ENISA bod

January 25, 2019 - 3:52pm
Ops director talks to El Reg about continential cybersecurity contrivances

Interview A senior EU cybersecurity official has said he is “optimistic” about information sharing between the UK and the political bloc continuing after Brexit.…

Weak flash demand and disk sales leave Western Digital scrabbling to claw back $800m a year

January 25, 2019 - 3:20pm
Revenue drops 20% as market slackens, with worse to come

Western Digital is about to go into cost cutting mode to carve out $800m in savings, after reporting shrinking revenues of $4.23bn for its second fiscal 2019 quarter, down by a fifth compared to the year ago period.…

Just keep slurping: HMRC adds two million taxpayers' voices to biometric database

January 25, 2019 - 2:45pm
But thousands opting out in 'backlash', says privacy group

HMRC's database of Brits' voiceprints has grown by 2 million since June – but campaign group Big Brother Watch has claimed success as 160,000 people turned the taxman's requests down.…

The Apple Mac is 35 years old. Behold the beige box of the future

January 25, 2019 - 2:12pm
Want expansion? Tough. You're using it wrong.

It is 35 years since computer buyers were first able to take a glimpse into a fruity future without having to remortgage for an Apple Lisa. Happy birthday, Mac.…

Pentagon admits it's now probing conflicts of interest at AWS over $10bn JEDI cloud deal

January 25, 2019 - 1:28pm
Earlier investigation would've been 'premature'

The US government has confirmed it is investigating whether Amazon's decision to rehire a former Pentagon staffer poses a conflict of interest to the $10bn JEDI cloud contract.…

I can hear the light! Boffins beam audio into ears with freakin' lasers

January 25, 2019 - 12:50pm
You can't eavesdrop on these whispers

MIT boffins have used low-power lasers to beam audio directly into a subject's ear.…

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