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8 November 2018

 
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UK computer dealer Aria PC loses £750k VAT fraud appeal attempt in THAT case

Yes, the one where El Reg won the open justice verdict...

 

BUSINESS

European Union divided over tax on digital tech giants as some member states refuse free money

Google: Hey, it'd mean more if there was global agreement

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Former Intel love rat Krzanich finds his calling, lands at biz that sells tech to car dealers

Ex-Chipzilla exec may have told staff, 'Stick with me, this time next year we'll be millionaires'

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Lucky, lucky, Westminster residents: Who better to look after your housing benefits than Capita?

Ooh... and council tax too! Again! UK capital borough is truly spoiled

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Watchdog slams political data slurpers' 'disturbing disregard' for voters' privacy

ICO's second report into data analytics in campaigning lands with a thud

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UK computer dealer Aria PC loses £750k VAT fraud appeal attempt in THAT case

Yes, the one where El Reg won the open justice verdict...

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Setback for Qualcomm: It has to license modem tech to competitors

FTC antitrust lawsuit due for trial next year

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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

DATA CENTRE

Six lawsuits against FCC's 5G idiocy – that $2bn windfall for telcos – is bundled into one appeals court sueball

Tenth Circuit wins lawsuit lottery over terrible policy

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NAND so it begins: Micron mounts head-on attack against 10K disks

Heavily read-optimised QLC flash drive leads the charge

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Number-three disk drive maker Toshiba isn't shy about shipping 23.4m spinners in 3Q18

Will it increase capacity in a tuned-in MAMR?

Monday: Intel teases 48-core Xeon. Tuesday: AMD whips covers off 64-core second-gen Epyc server processor

Chipzilla more like Tyrannosaurus Rekt

DXC: Everything is going to plan, too well in fact... we've chopped so many staff, our IT projects are now behind

Profit stalls, sales downward, jobs off-shored, cuts deepen

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Evaluating Cloud Databases for eCommerce Applications

What you need to know to grow your ecommerce business

Ebook

A Guide to Solving I/O and Mixed Workload Challenges

What storage technologies will meet rising performance and cost demands?

EMERGENT TECH

Persuading world+dog to love Microsoft's AI assistant a step too far for Acompli founder

Hey Cortana, where's your VP?

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'Blockchain SAVED my Quango'

Taxpayers splash £100m+ to save doomed agency

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Dollar for dollar, crafting cryptocurrency sucks up 'more energy' than mining gold, copper, etc

Maybe time to put down that Bitcoin-mining rig and pick up that spade?

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Requirements-driven software development and quality management

Requirements-driven software development and quality management

Removing the ambiguity from your delivery pipeline

PERSONAL TECH

Upset fat iOS gobbles up so much storage? Too bad, so sad, says judge: Apple lawsuit axed

But at what point do advertised capacity specs become misleading?

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Dell upping its margins again: Precision 5530 laptop will sting you for $13m. Yep, six zeroes

The monster workhorse with price tag to match

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SECURITY

Vulns in online shopping toolkit WooCommerce can blast a hole in your WordPress security

Rogue managers can seize control of web shops

We don' need no stinkin' bounties: VirtualBox guest-to-host escape zero-day lands at GitHub

Bug hunter rages at wearisome disclosure process

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SMBs: We don't want to spoil all of this article, but have you patched, taken away admin rights, made backups yet?

If yes, wow, you're well ahead of the game

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Dutch cops hope to cuff 'hundreds' of suspects after snatching server, snooping on 250,000+ encrypted chat texts

BlackBox IronPhones' IronChat app convos intercepted

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Stop us if you've heard this one: Remote code hijacking flaw in Apache Struts, patch ASAP

Advisory issued over yet another critical security vulnerability

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SOFTWARE

Premiere Pro bug ate my videos! Bloke sues Adobe after greedy 'clean cache' wipes files

Videographer stung after app nukes '$250k' of footage

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Ex-Microsoft manager sues former coworkers and Windows giant over claims of sex assault, gender discrimination

Software goliath says it's all about diversity ... and the bit about retaliation isn't true

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International politicos line up to get shot down by Facebook

Firm: We know you wanna chat, guys, but Zuck won't Friend you

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Facebook's open-source license drama-zone GraphQL gets swanky digs in Linux mansion

Modern data-fetching scheme could become industry standard

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SCIENCE

Astroboffins spot one of the oldest, coolest stars in the universe lurking in the Milky Way

Ancient light source may last trillions of years before dying

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