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If we had, say, $15.38 for every user... oh wait More than 65 million sets of login credentials for users of Yahoo-owned Tumblr have appeared up for sale through the darknet.…

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Spacecraft drawn to July rendezvous with gas giant NASA's Juno spacecraft last week crossed the Sun/Jupiter gravitational boundary and is now firmly in the gas giant's embrace.…

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Good news if you're in Silicon Valley or Tel Aviv Microsoft is stretching out its foot to dip a tentative toe into the waters of early stage investment, under a revamp of its Microsoft Ventures programme.…

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Needs to keep SoCing it to 'em, frame after frame Chip design boffins at ARM have unveiled specs for the Brit firm's latest ceepie-geepie offerings.…

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We like 'any device, any platform', but not UWP, says component vendor Keeping pace with Microsoft's ever-changing developer story has not been easy. Just ask Infragistics exec Jason Beres, Senior VP Development Tools.…

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Atom-powered home kit so ISPs can pipe VMs into your house As predicted by The Register, Intel has created an x86-powered reference platform for home gateways that makes the box you use for broadband services an Atom-powered target for virtual machines delivered by carriers.…

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Microsoft and Samsung celebrate Windows 10 year of driver FAIL Samsung is advising customers against succumbing to Microsoft’s nagging and installing Windows 10.…

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At least, that's what the analysts say... Total disk drive shipments are going to plummet by 2020, with raw SSD cost getting cheaper than disk and SSDs taking over from disk in notebooks.…

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Bigelow Expandable Activity Module finally fattened The International Space Station (ISS) grew by 16m3 on Saturday as the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) was successfully inflated at the second attempt.…

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Open source .NET will add legacy APIs to make porting easier Microsoft's open source fork of the .NET platform, called .NET Core, will be modified for better compatibility with existing applications, says Program Manager Immo Landwerth in a recent post.…

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Upgrades previous lifting-gas-free 6TB drive tech Toshiba has upgraded its X300 gaming/workstation desktop drive from 6TB to 8TB capacity.…

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Professor lays spending blame at Crown Commercial Services' door Analysis  Every government has always claimed to be the friend of SMEs – and with 5.2 million of them in the UK it makes an easy vote winner. But promising to do more business with smaller providers and handing over cold, hard cash are two very different things.…

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There's more than one Boris in this debate Opinion  In the early 2000s the United Kingdom was the powerhouse of European science and innovation. For many young, aspiring scientists from continental Europe, this meant coming here to world-leading institutes and universities to pursue research not possible in the constraints of their home countries.…

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Don't step out of this house if that's the code you're gonna wear Sysadmin Blog  Perhaps the greatest lie ever told is that the many are powerless against the few. This is rarely, if ever, true, yet is something that we are told every day of our lives until we believe it. This is especially the case when it comes to IT.…

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Rubbish-covered relic found in Essex shed. A World War II teleprinter Hitler used in strategic communications with generals has been bought on eBay for £9.50.…

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E&Y to flog 24k BTC seized by Oz cops Australia is getting ready to sell off a bunch of Bitcoin seized by police under proceeds of crime laws, in an international auction.…

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The fix? Kill features or replace Unpatchable vulnerabilities have been disclosed in an industrial control system, of the kind used in power plants, that remote attackers can exploit to gain control of networks.…

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Microsoft's exchange rates for discounted Azure can work in your favour Microsoft is offering unintentional discounts to Azure users.…

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Hackers get 'exclusive' PornHub tees Pornhub is paying thousands of extra dollars to researchers who have already submitted vulnerabilities under its bug bounty program as part of an overhaul.…

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Hacked transaction house wants US security trainee International payments clearing-house SWIFT wants extra hands to keep its stable doors closed.…

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Anyone seen our missing Musudan? Japan and South Korea have had another live training exercise turn to disappointment, with another North Korean missile launch failing.…

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Government that already spies on citizens decides it needs a social network North Korea appears to have created a Facebook clone.…

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Oh, and please order the money-truck, we need more The University of NSW / Australian Defence Force Academy-run Australian Centre for Cybersecurity reckons the government needs to tip AU$1 billion annually into cyber-security.…

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You've already patched the corporate Galaxy fleet, haven't you? A pair of Israeli researchers has detailed their discovery of three Android / KNOX vulnerabilities in older Samsung phones, and it makes for depressing reading.…

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Indian state wants in on balloon broadband trials The Indian state of Goa wants to attract Google to the region for its Project Loon balloon broadband trials.…

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