posted about 1 hour ago on the register
Get array with you Dell next month will refresh the Unity mid-range storage array line with Skylake Xeon processors and NVMe – the latter as expected after the firm's plan was revealed by The Register back in November last year.…

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If you have an LX901, you are at risk of mild embuggerance A German security researcher has revealed that one model of Fujitsu wireless keyboard will accept unauthenticated input, despite the presence of AES-128 encryption.…

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posted about 4 hours ago on the register
And a stylus! But goes without saying that it ain't cheap Apple has tinkered with its iPad line, resurrecting the Air and administering a bit of mouth-to-mouth to the Mini as the company battles tottering sales.…

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posted about 5 hours ago on the register
Fears for vulnerable amid mass migration to online services Almost 4,000 computers have been cut from public libraries in England since 2010, with some 680 internet-connected machines lost in the past year.…

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posted about 5 hours ago on the register
Plus: UK health service sites contain commercial trackers All but three of the European Union member states' government websites are littered with undisclosed adtech trackers from Google and other firms, with many piggy-backing on third-party scripts, according to an analysis of almost 200,000 webpages.…

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posted about 6 hours ago on the register
Whether it's 1.5m or 280k exposed, it's not a great look Researchers working for VPNMentor have accused Chinese e-commerce site Gearbest of storing user information in "completely unsecured" Elasticsearch databases after discovering "1.5 million records" which they were able to access through a browser.…

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posted about 7 hours ago on the register
All future cloud data centres to be designed with 21-inch Open Rack in mind Embattled Chinese electronics giant Huawei said it will design all of its upcoming public cloud data centres around the 21-inch Open Rack standard developed by the Open Compute Project.…

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posted about 7 hours ago on the register
The Phil Collins-approved farmers' market of cloud computing UKCloud today sucked up £25m in funding from Cisco-backed Digital Alpha Advisors for a 10 per cent stake in a business battling to convince buyers to use national rather than multinational cloud bringers.…

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posted about 8 hours ago on the register
Wants court to decide on accusations it failed to properly police pension investments Oracle is fighting back against tens of thousands of former staffers with pension plans who want to take the firm to a jury trial.…

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posted about 9 hours ago on the register
Comarch tells you everything you need to know Promo  If you have ever worried about the cost and staffing burden of providing your customers with the increasing amount of IT support they may need at all hours of the day or night, outsourcing your service desk may be the answer you are looking for.…

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posted about 9 hours ago on the register
Plus: Builds, Teams, a bit of Xbox and other things Microsoft fiddled with last week Roundup  It has been a bumper week at Microsoft with new builds, bigger meetings and streaming software.…

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posted about 10 hours ago on the register
Let's talk about specs baby, let's talk about real 5G Comment  Executive editor Andrew Orlowski was invited to share his thoughts on challenges to the uptake of 5G at a Westminster Forum event on Thursday 14 March. This is what he told the panel.…

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posted about 11 hours ago on the register
Forget the scones and gardens, Cragside house is engineery Geek's Guide to Britain  Imagine an ageing magnate in his private retreat, and you might picture English industrialist William – first Baron – Armstrong in the luxurious wood-panelled library of his Northumberland pile: Cragside.…

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posted about 12 hours ago on the register
Turns out he probably wasn't smart enough to automate a Unix system update Who, Me?  Monday has once more reared its ugly head, but brings with it the charming face of Who, Me?, El Reg's weekly look at cringeworthy events of readers' pasts.…

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Plus: It's time to take AI to school Roundup  Hello, here's a quick lowdown on what's been going on in AI beyond what we've already reported lately.…

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posted about 12 hours ago on the register
Plus, BlackBerry wants to be Uncle Sam's go-to security firm, thousands of legal docs pill online, and more Roundup  Last week we saw a conservative app exposed, the revelation of Beto's hacker past, and the rise of Slub.…

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posted about 13 hours ago on the register
You have to run GCHQ code? Nice try, spy guys UK signals intelligence agency GCHQ, celebrating its centenary, has released emulators for famed World War II-era cipher machines that can be run within its web-based educational encryption app CodeChef.…

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posted 3 days ago on the register
'Politicians are reluctant to disrupt the enormous wealth creation machine technology has turned out to be' RSA  Politicians are, by and large, clueless about technology, and it's going to be up to engineers and other techies to rectify that, even if it means turning down big pay packets for a while.…

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Because there's nothing that can be done and we have no moral compass Comment  An Australian who murdered dozens of innocent bystanders in New Zealand on Friday livestreamed the deaths on Facebook, spinning a spotlight onto the abject failure of social media to control harmful content.…

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'We need guardrails to ensure this technology is implemented responsibly' A pair of US Senators from across the aisle on Thursday introduced a bill to limit how facial recognition technology can be used.…

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posted 3 days ago on the register
Commissioners still doing their best to ignore bounty hunter stalking scandal Analysis  America's comms regulator has finally pinky-promised to at least consider people's privacy when it looks into how cellphone location data can be made more accurate.…

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posted 3 days ago on the register
Revealed: Dem golden boy's past as BBS-dwelling l33t teen Newly minted US presidential hopeful Beto O'Rourke says he was a member of Cult of the Dead Cow, one of the most legendary hacking groups in cyber-history.…

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posted 3 days ago on the register
Welcome to El Reg: Come for the video game references, stay for the open-source networking news US networking specialist Juniper is setting up its switches to support SONiC (Software for Open Networking in the Cloud) – an open-source toolkit developed by Microsoft to run the plumbing of its Azure cloud platform.…

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posted 3 days ago on the register
CA performing 'extremely well' under new management, says new management. As for wireless semiconductors... CA Technologies made an indelible mark on new parent Broadcom's latest set of quarterly financials – well, it did cost $19bn to buy – as software and not semiconductors accounted for all of the growth.…

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Ways not to win in court, no.94: 'threatening dire consequences to national business' if you lose A High Court judge has blasted the Post Office in a long-running case over whether its Horizon IT system was to blame for alleged fraud by subpostmasters.…

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