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9 August 2018

 
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For all the excitement, Pie may be Android's most minimal makeover yet – thankfully

Less disruptive and accessible, with added Clippy

 
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BUSINESS

Make Sammy Great Again: Surprise – Samsung chucks cash at manufacturing

Only losers pay, er, sell retail

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Going public again would swell profits by two-thirds, claims Dell

Shhh, little VMware, go back to sleep

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UK.gov to tech industry: Hands up who can help cut teachers' admin

Schools can't do it alone, says education secretary

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Top Euro court: No, you can't steal images from other websites (too bad a school had to be sued to confirm this little fact)

Seems obvious but this case is messier than you'd imagine

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Surveillance

Simpler, more scalable, and secure networking for multi-site connectivity

Transforming Traditional Local Area Network Architecture to Software-Defined LAN

Ebook

A Guide to Solving I/O and Mixed Workload Challenges

What storage technologies will meet rising performance and cost demands?

DATA CENTRE

Intel: Yeah, yeah, 10nm. It's on the todo list. Now, let's talk about AI...

Optane DC persistent memory ships to Google, Xeon roadmap, and more revealed

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Hortonworks revenues up 40%: Mum, are we nearly profitable yet?

Data biz trumpets international sales and IBM partnership

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DXC will be damned if it lets cloud cannibalise the IT outsourcing biz before DXC does

Frankenfirm sets up 'integrated practice' with AWS to eat its lunch before others do

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Salesforce takes leaf out of Oracle's book to forge little co-CEO bromance

Room for another ego at the top, Benioff?

Supermicro breathes in, shimmies a PB of Intel flash into one rack unit

Rewrites storage server rules with 32 of Chipzilla's rulers

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Magic million: That's how many Cisco routers can now run SD-WAN

Viptela vManage comes to boxen running IOS XE

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IPv6: It's only NAT-ural that network nerds are dragging their feet...

Adoption is inevitable, and yet we all keep putting it off

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FreeBSD has its own TCP-queue-of-death bug, easier to hose than Linux's SegmentSmack

Also: Juniper jumps on its stack

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Wait, did you hear that? That rumbling in the distance? Sounds like... a 16-socket IBM Power9 box shuffling this way

Ffw-dumm... Ffw-dumm... Ffw-dumm... Ffw-dumm...

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Whatever they're putting in Actifio's water, we'd like some too. Sheesh!

Data herding upstart stamps foot on the gas, bags another $100m in funding

The politics and practicalities of IT procurement

The politics and practicalities of IT procurement

Is cloud becoming a strategic disrupter?

Hyperconverged Infrastructure as a Catalyst for Change

Hyperconverged Infrastructure as a Catalyst for Change

It’s not just about platform automation

DEVOPS

Microsoft's Azure Kubernetes Service mucked my cluster!

Redmond blames user error, invites further feedback to improve its service

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Evaluating Cloud Databases for eCommerce Applications

What you need to know to grow your ecommerce business

EMERGENT TECH

Wondering what to do with that $2,300 burning a hole in your pocket?

Why not waste it on some not-very-good Magic Leap techno-goggles?

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How to squeeze value out of machine learning from the start...

Save on MCubed tickets while you still can

Reckon you deserve a Wikipedia entry? Try getting this bot's notice

When will I, will I be internet famous? When will I see my picture in the 'pedia pages?

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You've heard of Michael 'Air' Jordan – well, get ready for 'AI-R' Jordan

We apologize in advance for this machine-learning basketball player pun

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PERSONAL TECH

Surprise, surprise. Here comes Big Cable to slay another rule that helps small ISPs compete

Economist sheds light on US broadband rivalries

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It's a phone with a peel, but you'll have to wait a bit more for retro Nokia

Meanwhile, fakes fill the banana-shaped void

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SECURITY

Microsoft to hackers: Finding Hyper-V bugs is hard. Change my mind. PS: Here's a head start...

Prove us wrong, kids, and bag $250,000

Stress, bad workplace cultures are still driving security folk to drink

Self-medicating with booze is no answer, hackers warned at conference

Google Project Zero boss: Blockchain won’t solve your security woes – but partying just might

Parisa Tabriz talks Chrome, HTTPS, and more

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Japanese dark-web drug dealers are so polite, they'll offer 'a refund' if you're not satisfied

Internet underground outside the West takes a different tone

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