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Daily Headlines

12 October 2018

 
Soyuz

Russian rocket goes BOOM again – this time with a crew on it

'Nauts safe, but the ISS may have to be abandoned

 
 
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BUSINESS

The good news: PC sales went up a little worldwide, say Gartner crystal-ball-gazers

The bad news: PC sales went down a little, says IDC

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Ebook

A Guide to Solving I/O and Mixed Workload Challenges

What storage technologies will meet rising performance and cost demands?

Requirements-driven software development and quality management

Requirements-driven software development and quality management

Removing the ambiguity from your delivery pipeline

DATA CENTRE

Broadcom, its baffling $19bn CA biz gobble, and the fake Pentagon memo crying about national security

Senator calls for real probe into 'Chinese-controlled' outfit

Here you go, cloudy admins: Google emits NATty odds 'n' sods

Incremental titbits aimed at time-poor techies

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Apple opens Dialog box of cash: $600m deal for a chunk of chip biz's power-management-fu

Staff snapped up and IP licensed by iPhone giant

Cloud data warehouser Snowflake has just trousered another $450m

Startup now valued at $3.5bn

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You can hear a PIN drop... All quiet on the mobile broadband speed front, says network watcher OpenSignal

UK operators this summer look much like they did last year

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Slow your roll: VMware urges admins to apply workarounds to DoS-inducing 3D render vuln

Take your foot off the accelerator, admins told

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HPC botherer DDN breaks file system benchmark record

Runs SPEC SFS 2014 software builds 25% faster than E8 Optane system

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Your pal in IT quits. Her last words: 'Converged infrastructure...' What does it all mean? We think we can explain

The tech that is, not this made-up mystery

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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

Datastax

Why Banks Need An Operational Data Layer

A DataStax Enterprise Whitepaper

DEVOPS

Put on your clogs, take a close look at what DevOps fave Puppet flung out this week

New bits from Amsterdam

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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

Deep learning? Here’s how to exercise your neural networks

Getting practical with machine learning and AI

 
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PERSONAL TECH

Samsung Galaxy A9: Mid-range bruiser that takes the fight to Huawei

Chaebol charges back against Chinese SIM-only onslaught

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Does Google make hardware just so nobody buys it?

Pixel Slate: Nero for a Day

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SECURITY

WebSphere and loathing in New York: IBM yanks buggy application server security fix from admins

Patched server, or working server. Pick one...

Bloke gets six months for fixing up Russia's US election trolls with bank accounts, fake identities

Pinedo avoids serious time after spilling beans to Mueller on account sales

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UK.gov teams up with Five Eyes chums to emit spotters' guide for miscreants' hack tools

Crouching tiger, hidden APT

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In the two years since Dyn went dark, what have we learned? Not much, it appears

DNS infrastructures still vulnerable to attacks

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Mozilla grants distrusted Symantec certs a stay of execution, claims many sites yet to make switch

Delay 'in the overall best interest' of Firefox users

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The Obama-era cyber détente with China was nice, wasn't it? Yeah well it's obviously over now

Middle Kingdom is a rising threat once again – research

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Now, watch this... Network time protocol bugs sting Juniper operating system

Oh, and there are 21 other vulns to patch

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If you haven't already patched your MikroTik router for vulns, then if you could go do that, that would be greeeeaat

MikroTik. Stupid name. Stupid bugs. Get those fixes

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SOFTWARE

Microsoft Windows 10 October update giving HP users BSOD

Auto-updates come with a sting

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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 owners: So, about that other broken update…

Fondleslabs continue to be borked by flaky firmware

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SCIENCE