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Chrome 81 beta hooks browser up to Web NFC, augmented-reality features

maandag 17 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

'Web apps should be able to do anything native apps can' Google's Chrome 81 is now in beta, bringing Web NFC support to the browser and extensions to the WebXR implementation to enable Augmented Reality (AR).…

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Xerox hopes wining and dining HP shareholders will convince them of takeover

maandag 17 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Just edible gold rather than briefcases filled with the actual stuff A plate of oysters, followed by genuine Japanese Wagyu sirloin? Washed down with a bottle or two of Screaming Eagle Cabernet '92? These are just some of the levers Xerox may pull t…

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Severe vuln in WordPress plugin Profile Builder would happily hand anyone the keys to your kingdom

maandag 17 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Remote attackers were able create their own admin accounts A vulnerability in a popular WordPress user role plugin lets any random person create an admin-level account on targeted websites.…

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Microsoft's coding for noobs hits 1.0, decompiling to C# in Visual Studio, and Windows 10X makes its debut... on Mac

maandag 17 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Also: No HoloLens 2 at Barcelona Roundup  While Windows wobbled under the weight of patches, the Microsoft gang updated development tools and buffed up a lure for startups among other shenanigans in this past week.…

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Samsung gives China wide berth over coronavirus woes, uses sea and air freight to ship smartphone bits to Vietnamese factories

maandag 17 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Chaebol switching even more production out of Middle Kingdom The coronavirus epidemic continues to disrupt China's manufacturing and logistics sectors, forcing smartphone manufacturers to adapt. Among them this is South Korean tech giant Samsung, wh…

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a flying solar panel: BAE Systems' satellite alternative makes maiden flight in Oz

maandag 17 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Spindly thing claimed to stay airborne for a year with 15kg payload A BAE Systems pseudo-satellite drone has made its maiden flight in Australia, just under two years after being announced as a marketing concept.…

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Early adopters delighted as Microsoft pulls plug on Mobile Backend as a Service. Haha, only joking – they're fuming

maandag 17 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

'Horrible news' for invested devs Microsoft is shutting down its Mobile Backend as a Service (MBaaS), part of App Center, to the dismay of developers using it.…

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Please check your data: A self-driving car dataset failed to label hundreds of pedestrians, thousands of vehicles

maandag 17 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Plus: Trump budget favors AI, 'patent troll' backs down, and CEO quits amid sex pest claims Roundup  It's a long weekend in the US, though sadly not in Blighty. So, for those of you starting your week, here's some bite-sized machine-learning news, b…

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Everything OK down there in the Oracle trench? Good. Big Red has a cloud-based data science platform for you

maandag 17 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Good hook if you're already all-in. Oh, and there's an elephant in the room: full Hadoop implementation Analysis  After securing a lofty position in enterprise applications and databases, Oracle has fixed its eyes on data science. And though analyst…

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C'mon SPARCky, it's just an admin utility update. What could possibly go wrong?

maandag 17 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Now, where was I? [tappity tap] ... BALLS! Who, Me?  Hey hey hey, it's Monday! The new week is but a caffeinated beverage away. Come join us in celebrating another Register reader's flirtation with career-ending disaster with a morning dose of Who, …

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It is with a heavy heart we must inform you, once again, folks are accidentally spilling thousands of sensitive pics, records onto the internet

maandag 17 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Plus: Iranians accused of hacking IT service providers to get at their customers Roundup  Everything is insecure and everything is broken, exhibits A through Z:…

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Good news: Neural network says 11 asteroids thought to be harmless may hit Earth. Bad news: They are not due to arrive for hundreds of years

maandag 17 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

And also, crucial point, the software may be wrong and we'll never be released by these angels of death A neural network has identified eleven asteroids once thought to be benign that may actually come close enough to hit Earth.…

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How the US-China trade is felt stateside: FPGA stalwart Xilinx trims workforce after lucrative Huawei sales pipe blocked

zondag 16 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

'A combination of losing Huawei and slower than anticipated ramp in 5G' A small round of layoffs at Silicon Valley's Xilinx was the result of the US government's ongoing war on Huawei, one of the FPGA designer's top customers.…

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Oracle staff say Larry Ellison's fundraiser for Trump is against 'company ethics' – Oracle, ethics... what dimension have we fallen into?

zaterdag 15 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Ah, bless Oracle chairman and CTO Larry Ellison is planning to hold a fundraiser at his California estate in Rancho Mirage on February 19 to help re-elect US President Donald Trump.…

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Roses are red, IBM is Big Blue. It's out of RSA Conference after coronavirus review: IBMers will not attend infosec event over 'health concerns'

vrijdag 14 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Who will join the IT giant in staying away from San Francisco? IBM has pulled out of annual security shindig RSA Conference, due to be held in San Francisco at the end of this month, to avoid its staff catching the Wuhan novel coronavirus that's spr…

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Google burns down more than 500 private-data-stealing, ad-defrauding Chrome extensions installed by 1.7m netizens

vrijdag 14 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Malvertising campaign makes big bucks for online criminals Google has removed more than 500 Chrome extensions in response to a report from a security researcher, who found the browser plugins distributed through the Chrome Web Store facilitated ad f…

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Steve Jobs, executives shot down top Apple engineers' plea to design their own server CPU – latest twist in legal battle over chip upstart Nuvia

vrijdag 14 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Techies quit to go it alone, iGiant tries to lure away their staff – then sues – court told Apple's iPhone chip designers mulled creating their own homegrown server processor for the Silicon Valley giant – but were shot down by Steve Jobs after they…

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Windows Terminal and Azure Data Studio both get a tickle from the Microsoft update fairy

vrijdag 14 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Also: Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 eyes its operating system shackles Microsoft flung out fresh updates to its cross-platform data wrangler Azure Data Studio, the Windows Terminal and continued to tease a standalone Windows Subsystem for Linux last…

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Please, sir, we want some more! TSMC pumps extra $6.7bn into chip fabs to meet demand for new gadgetry

vrijdag 14 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Does this mean things are looking up for the industry? Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company's board of directors has approved a $6.74bn budget for expanding its factories.…

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Ofcom: Rule change to force UK comms providers to tell you when your contract expires

vrijdag 14 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

That's phone, broadband and pay TV Starting from tomorrow, telcos who fail to offer their customers their best deals will find themselves on Ofcom's naughty step, potentially helping millions of customers in Britain.…

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Arista cats beat bunch of networking top dogs to lap up SDN boffins Big Switch

vrijdag 14 februari 2020 in The Register Headlines (Tech News)

Buy to boost cloud, automation and visibility chops Arista has beaten several rival suitors to snap up software-defined networking (SDN) specialist Big Switch after months of negotiations.…

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