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Daily Headlines

16 April 2018

 
Samsung S9 Galaxy teaser

Samsung Galaxy S9: Still the Lord of All Droids

Pricey, but classy

 

Business

Apple leak: If you leak from Apple, we'll have you arrested, says Apple

Doing China's bidding seems to have rubbed off on Cupertino

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Anon biz bloke wins milestone Google Right To Be Forgotten lawsuit

His co-claimant wasn't so lucky, however

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Latest F-35 flight tests finish – and US stops accepting new jets

Contract wrangle overshadows milestone

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HMRC delays digi tax plans amid Brexit customs woes

UK taxmen triaging projects to prioritise trucks' passage at Dover

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Facebook scandal: EU politicians should aim for straight answers, not star witnesses

Justice commish 'advises' Sheryl Sandberg to send her boss, but is Zuck best one to grill?

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Boring as she goes at Sage? Oh no, no, no! Shares slide as sales slip below forecasts

Wake up accountants! Sage has ops issues

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India completes its GPS alternative, for the second time

One bird broke, replacement failed to launch, but now IRNSS is whole again

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Sysadmin’s worst client was … his mother! Until his sister called for help

No, Mum, ‘Print to File’ doesn’t make the printer work

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Backpage.com cops to human trafficking, money laundering

Texas to jail CEO for at least five years, Feds' case still to come

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Cisco board adds SaaS-man to help it suss subscriptions

Former Adobe CFO Mark Garrett also sits on board of subs-happy Pure Storage

navigating the multi-cloud

Navigating the multi-cloud threat landscape

Good news and bad news

Requirements-driven software development and quality management

Requirements-driven software development and quality management

Removing the ambiguity from your delivery pipeline

Data Centre

Whois is dead as Europe hands DNS overlord ICANN its arse

Can we still have a GDPR moratorium, asks US domain-name body

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Having ended America's broadband woes, the FCC now looks to space

Satellite operators reminded they need permission to relay broadband internet. Looking at you, Swarm…

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Lights, camera, Actian! Open-source database biz sold for $300m

Indian outsourcer HCL and private equity outfit SEP open their wallet

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UK's fibre minnows put BT's Openreach to shame – report

But former state monopoly still the biggest single investor

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Slicker servers, heaving racks, NVMe invasion: It's been a big week in serverland

Servers get composable, denser, drink doses of Intel FPGA and NVMe

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state of application delivery

The state of application delivery

2018 survey demographics

ebook

A guide to DDoS protection

Choosing the right model

DevOps

Continuous Lifecycle London: Just over a month to go

Just decide how deep you want to dive

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The politics and practicalities of IT procurement

The politics and practicalities of IT procurement

Is cloud becoming a strategic disrupter?

Emergent Tech

Boffins try to grok dogs using AI, a cyber-brain charter, a bot running for mayor, and more

Would you vote for a machine for public office?

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AI, AI, sir: British Army chiefs visit Silicon Valley hypelords

Nice. But what about the UK firms MoD's spending £800m on?

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Has your machine really learned something? Snap quiz time

How to tell if your algo is getting it right

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What a time to be alive: LG and Italian furniture-maker build smart sofa

It knows you’ve sat down and then turns on the telly and adjust the lights

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Personal Tech

Samsung Galaxy S9: Still the Lord of All Droids

Pricey, but classy

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Security

Australian Feds cuff woman who used BTC to buy drugs on dark web

'We can see you everywhere and so can our friends in the UK', says Border Force

So you’ve got a zero-day – do you sell to black, grey or white markets?

Bug bounty sales are getting very complicated, financially and morally

Router ravaging, crippling code, and why not to p*ss off IT staff

The wacky week in security

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Exposed: Lazy Android mobe makers couldn't care less about security

Never. Is never a good time to get vulnerability fixes? Never is OK with you? Cool, never it is

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UK health service boss in the guts of WannaCry outbreak warns of more nasty code infections

Assume we're going to get hacked next time and plan for it

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Tried checking under the sofa? Indian BTC exchange Coinsecure finds itself $3.5m lighter

Outfit loses 438 bitcoin in security snafu

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From Bangkok to Phuket, they cry out: Oh, Bucket! Thai mobile operator spills 46k people's data

S3 spillage spoils included driving licences and passports

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Software

Go away, kid, you bother me: Apple, Google, Microsoft, Mozilla kick W3C nerds to the curb

Web standards body dressed down in spec spat

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Science

Boeing CEO takes aim at Musk’s Starman-in-a-Tesla stunt

Anyone can lob a car into space, but you need a Boeing rocket to bring it back

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Bootnotes

The first rule of maths class: Don't start a fight club

Teacher nabbed for allegedly allowing kids to give each other a 'bunch of fives'*

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Best thing about a smart toilet? You can take your mobile in without polluting it

It really makes you sit and think, doesn't it?

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