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[뉴스] Daily Headlines 7 December 2017
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Daily Headlines

7 December 2017

 

Nokia 8: As pure as the driven Android - it's a classy return

No surprises, just a well made modern mobe

 

Business

Euro Patent Office commanded to reinstate 'Nazi judge' it attacked

President Benoit Battistelli dealt brutal blow by International Labor Organization

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New Jersey lawmakers propose ban on folks drunk droning

If you're not fit to drive, you're not fit to fly in the Garden State

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Merger-hungry AT&T sued for price gouging by Texas ISP

Awkward timing considering its Time-Warner marriage request

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EU data protection groups: Fix Privacy Shield or face lawsuit

‘Significant concerns’ over transatlantic data flow deal

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Apple looks forward to wiping $47bn off its overseas profit tax bill – thanks to US shakeup

A percentage reduction AND no future tax on foreign profits? Too kind, Uncle Sam!

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UK.gov failing to prevent £10bn of annual online fraud, say MPs

Spending watchdog says buck stops with Home Office

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Capita appoints back bencher baroness as non exec director

Could it be eyeing up more public sector deals?

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The ultimate vendor lock-in: High school opens on Oracle campus

Big Red (tor)mentors, ‘Design Realization Garage’ and yachting lake (obvs)

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Sucks to be a... chief data officer, when they're being told: Boost revenues

Show me the money: No longer data guardians, Gartner says

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Staff at Steria gov shared services centre offered voluntary redundo

Merry Christmas!

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7 Steps to GDPR Readiness

7 Steps to GDPR Readiness

Enterprise Information Management and the GDPR

The future of Retail is in the Cloud

The future of Retail is in the Cloud

How cloud and data centres can help retailers stay competitive and agile to meet the expectations of the modern customer

Data Centre

OVH goes TITSUP again by trying to fix its last TITSUP

Attempt to harden network failed, badly, so the call's gone out to Cisco for help

Top supercomputing biz boss cuffed amid allegations of fraud

Pezy CEO accused of $3.8m subsidy theft

Spy-on-your-home Y-Cam cameras removes free cloud storage bit

Subscribe, or record nothing after a year, customers told

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Google pushed update that broke managed Chromebooks' Wi-Fi

Schools left without Wi-Fi! How will the kids learn?

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The politics and practicalities of IT procurement

The politics and practicalities of IT procurement

Is cloud becoming a strategic disrupter?

Drive business agility and performance

Drive business agility and performance

Application migration to cloud

DevOps

Software vendors line up Kubernetes tasting menu for devops

A sampling KubeCon and CloudNativeCon-oriented tidbits

What on Earth is Terraform: Life support for explorers of terrifying alien worlds

It can create or destroy. Yes, we're still talking about IT infrastructure...

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OpenStack Foundation backs 'virtualized containers', for security's sake

'Kata Containers' blends every-container-gets-a-kernel tech from Intel and hyper.sh

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Legacy Decommissioning: Good for the Budget, Good for Compliance

Migrating enterprise data onto a modern archive system

Emergent Tech

Something weird to deck the Xmas tree with: 3D-printed Wi-Fi baubles

Boffins from the University of Washington embed connectivity in (mostly) plastic trinkets

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OpenAI uses cunning code to speed up GPU machine learning

Sparse is more

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Car rental firms told: Tell your customers about in-car data slurps

Privacy International: Companies need to be explicit, not rely on fine print

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Google learns to smile, because AI's bad at it

Biased models mean bad decisions for women and some races. Google boffins think they've improved things a bit

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Personal Tech

Nokia 8: As pure as the driven Android - it's a classy return

No surprises, just a well made modern mobe

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Lap-slabtop-mobes with Snapdragon Arm CPUs running Windows 10: We had a quick gander

Imagine a netbook with a SIM card. Bingo

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Security

NiceHash diced up by hackers, thousands of Bitcoin pilfered

Mining outfit says its entire wallet gone, estimated $62m

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Intel Management Engine pwned by buffer overflow

Security researchers lift lid on snafu at Black Hat Europe

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Former US State Department cyber man: We didn’t see the Russian threat coming

Cyber no longer domain of techies, says ex-diplomat

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Google and pals rush to repair Android dev tools, block backdoor risks

Involves big hitter Android Studio, APKTool and more

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Mailsploit: It's 2017, and you can spoof the 'from' in email to fool filters

Message client vendors have had 25 years to get RFC 1342 right

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Beware the IDEs of Android: three biggies have vulnerabilities

Android Studio, Eclipse, and IntelliJ IDEA stabbed in the back by an XML parser

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Software

Facebook Messenger ... for who now? Zuck points his digital crack at ever younger kids

Zuck Off, says UK Health Minister

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Microsoft adds nothing to new Semi-Annual Windows Server preview

The firewall might not work. It can corrupt data. Why haven't you downloaded it yet?

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Mozilla and Yahoo! trade sueballs over Firefox-Google search deal

'Your search is trash and you stopped paying ' vs. 'we had a deal you can't walk away from'

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Science

No, BMW, petrol-engined cars don't 'give back to the environment'

And it doesn't matter if you call the engine a 'range extender' or not

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Bootnotes

O Christmas wreath, O Christmas wreath, thy potent skunk's in bunches

Ding bong merrily you're high

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