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Users continue to report issues despite claims it's fixed UK bank TSB's efforts to upgrade its systems has left numerous customers without online banking services – and some report having the wrong account details.…

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Continuous Lifecycle London will help you reshape your pipeline If you’re contemplating a radical overhaul of your software development operation or are simply planning the next step in a finely planned evolution, you should be joining us at Continuous Lifecycle in London next month.…

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No one said it'd be easy AI isn't immune to one of computing's most basic rules – garbage in, garbage out. Train a neural network on flawed data and you'll have one that makes lots of mistakes.…

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... support to a Capgemini call centre (and one in India) Burger-flipping grease-monger McDonald's is ditching Atos and will instead buy IT support services from rival French integrator Capgemini, The Register can reveal.…

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Oi, remember who you picked as our one-and-only engine supplier? +Comment  Uncle Sam has raised the possibility of sanctions against Turkey for buying Russian anti-aircraft missile systems – putting the UK's supply of overhauled F-35 fighter jet engines at risk.…

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Oi, remember who you picked as our one-and-only engine supplier? +Comment  Uncle Sam has raised the possibility of sanctions against Turkey for buying Russian anti-aircraft missile systems – putting the UK's supply of overhauled F-35 fighter jet engines at risk.…

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Patents the pretence, cloudy control planes competition a more likely cause Citrix has taken legal action against desktop virtualization challenger Workspot, alleging patent infringement and false and misleading public statements.…

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‘I was a snot-nosed kid fresh out of college and thought I knew everything!’ Who, me?  Another working week beckons so once again let’s kick it off with a fresh instalment of Who, me? For those of you new to the column, its The Register confessional for IT pros who broke things.…

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Firepower, AnyConnect and ASA appliances and clients need patches Cisco has announced a suite of patches against a bug in its Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) implementation.…

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SmugMug now the proud owner of more than twenty billion photographs Yahoo!’s photo-sharing service Flickr has been acquired by SmugMug.…

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Unveil first code, joins giants in industry standard-club Last week, the Data61 division of Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) released the first RISC-V version of its seL4 microkernel.…

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Unveil first code, joins giants in industry standard-club Last week, the first RISC-V port of its seL4 microkernel was released by the Data61 division of the Australian government's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).…

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No, 5G won't ride to the rescue this year or next Troubled Swedish vendor Ericsson has turned in another loss, but is hopeful that it's still closing in on its planned turnaround.…

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Quihoo 360 plays the responsible disclosure game Chinese company Quihoo 360 says it's found a Windows zero-day in the wild, but because it's notified Microsoft, it's not telling anyone else how it works.…

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Your guide to this week in infosec Roundup  Here's a roundup of this week's security news, beyond what we've already covered.…

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And how does Hey Siri work? Read about it here Roundup  Hi, here's a few interesting bits and pieces from the world of AI. A public tax form from OpenAI reveals the crazy salaries of top AI researchers. There are more competitions pushing for improved image recognition models on mobiles, as well as training systems as fast and cheap as possible.…

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But it's still hard to shake some concerns Review  It's something we all do when we get home: rummage around in your pockets or bag, find your keys, identify the one you want and then stick it in your front door to gain access.…

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FTC's heavily redacted report says everything's hunky dory The US Federal Trade Commission has released an audit of Facebook's privacy practices and it turns out there's nothing to worry about, at least as far as accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) is concerned.…

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Health Stream, are you out there? The guy that found your data leak wants a word A US health company apparently exposed contact information for hundreds of medical professionals.…

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Twitter's loss is the EFF's gain Twitter says it will no longer run ads from beleaguered security vendor Kaspersky Lab.…

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Sorry about the hard-coded passwords, can we sell you some crypto now? RSA has copped to a security vulnerability in the mobile app it served to attendees of its annual security conference, held this week in San Francsico.…

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Sorry about the hard-coded passwords, can we sell you some crypto now? RSA has copped to a security vulnerability in the mobile app it served to attendees of its annual security conference, held this week in San Francsico.…

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Scalded smoker wants injury damages, healthcare bills paid Amazon, LG Electronics and KMG-Imports are being sued by a man in the US State of Rhode Island for selling a vaping box and batteries that allegedly burst into flames and set him on fire.…

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Kane Gamble gambles and loses on hacking skills The British teenager who was sufficiently talented and stupid to hack the webmail of the head of the CIA was today given a two-year jail sentence.…

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Because 10.13.4 is seemingly unstable and performing poorly An increasing number of Mac loyalists are complaining that the latest desktop operating system update from Apple is killing their computers.…

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