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16 May 2018

 
London, UK - March, 2018. Police officers patrolling Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus in central London.  Pic Paolo Paradiso / Shutterstock.com

Zero arrests, 2 correct matches, no criminals: London cops' facial recog tech slammed

False positive rate of 98% doesn't count, say police, because 'checks and balances'

 
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BUSINESS

Facebook stuck with IRS bill after court tosses $7 BEEELION appeal

Not even Zuckerberg can escape the tax man

Oh Capita! Thirsty outsourcing titan finds small oasis in contract desert

Socks away £37m to consolidate claims-handling for compo scheme

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US judge to Facebook: Nope, facial recognition lawsuit has to go to jury

Too many disputes over how the tech and law work

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Openreach consults on shift of 16 MEEELLION phone lines to VoIP by 2025

Eat your fibre, it's good for you!

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Vittorio Colao to say ciao to Vodafone as firm goes back to black

Voda UK remains 'sick man of Europe', though – analyst

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Android devs prepare to hit pause on ads amid Google GDPR chaos

Hey Google. How will we eat?

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UK's Rural Payments Agency is 'failing on multiple levels' – report

Committee questions its ability to cope with Brexit (again)

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Uber says it's changed and is now ever-so ShinyHappy™

CEO Dara Khosrowshahi launches light-on-detail charm offensive

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Xerox flip-flops on US$6.1 billion Fujifilm flip after investor flap

That sound you hear? Contracts being ripped up

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Did I say Chinese jobs? I meant American jobs says new Trump Tweet

Jobs, schmobs: ZTE's about national security, stupid, say Republicans

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tame architectural

4 steps to your successful cloud journey

Tame architectural complexity

Requirements-driven software development and quality management

Requirements-driven software development and quality management

Removing the ambiguity from your delivery pipeline

DATA CENTRE

Pointless US Congress net neutrality vote will take place tomorrow!

Democrats making a difference the only way they know how to

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Enterprise backup bods treat kit for ransomware code lurk

Hoping to purge it of backup attack loops

Pentagon on military data-nomming JEDI cloud mind trick: There can be only one (vendor)

Unless offerings 'become... seamlessly integrated'

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Curiouser and curiouser: Quasi NVDIMMs, GDPR-tastic SaaS and more

Behind the looking glass in Storage-land

We've found it! A cloud-and-AI angle on the royal wedding

Harry and Meghan's guests to be ID'ed in real time by AWS vid-scrapers, pumped into apps

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nbn™ scoreboard: miracle needed to hit FY 18 construction targets

Fastest-ever adoption and connection rate needed, but at least finances look decent

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Hyperconverged Infrastructure as a Catalyst for Change

Hyperconverged Infrastructure as a Catalyst for Change

It’s not just about platform automation

the good the bad

Multi-cloud the good, the bad, and the ugly

But it's here to stay

DEVOPS

Hey cool, you went serverless. Now you just have to worry about all those stale functions

No more unpatched servers, but alternative is hardly watertight

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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

Conference round-up: beer and earthquakes, flying cars and IPOs

There was a lot going in the Palm Desert heat

Oculus Go: Capable kit, if the warnings don't put you off

Facebook's standalone VR headset at least has novelty value

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Boffins build a 2D 'quantum walk' that's not a computer, but could still blow them away

Analogue simulation a short-cut to faster computing

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PERSONAL TECH

You've been Zucked: Facebook boss refuses to face-off with Brit MPs

Committee rages at snub, says homework isn't good enough

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And THIS is how you do it, Apple: Huawei shames Cupertino with under-glass sensor

Plus an optional stinkin' Notch

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IP freely? What a wind-up! If only Trevor Baylis had patent protections inventors enjoy today

The clockwork radio boffin deserved meeellions

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SECURITY

Ex-CIA man named as suspect in Vault 7 leak

Report claims former intel worker behind data dump

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Julian Assange said to have racked up $5m security bill for Ecuador

WikiLeaks vows to take action over libelous claims

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