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WD shoots out 96-layer embedded flash chips

1 hour 19 min ago
What do you get for 50 per cent more layers? Not a lot

Western Digital has a 96-layer NAND chip for smartphones and has spoken of higher embedded storage capacity while seemingly delivering exactly the same capacity as before.…

Brace yourself, Britain: Health minister shares 'vision' for NHS 'tech revolution'

2 hours 14 min ago
National Programme for IT Mark 2?

Given the track record of project failures in NHS IT, some might say that Matt Hancock - former Minister for Fun who now runs the Department of Health - is marching with ill-founded confidence towards what he describes as a “tech revolution”.…

Android creator Andy Rubin's firm might think its phone is Essential, but 30% of staff are not

3 hours 17 min ago
Promises 'truly game changing consumer product'... Please, not the Clippy mobe

The phone startup founded by Andy Rubin – creator of WebTV, the Sidekick and Android – has reportedly laid off 30 per cent of its staff. Essential is still in the game, but only just.…

SCISYS sidesteps Brexit: Proposes Irish listing to keep EU space work rolling in

3 hours 55 min ago
Irish eyes won't be smiling that much – operations and taxes are staying in Blighty

As the wailing and gnashing of teeth over what will become of the UK space industry in a post-Brexit world continues, British firms are sidestepping the flapping of politicians and making their own plans.…

Ding ding! Round Two: Second annual review for transatlantic data flow deal Privacy Shield

4 hours 23 min ago
Talks to cover oversight, enforcement, US surveillance

The deal governing transatlantic data flows – branded not fit for purpose by privacy watchdogs – enters its second annual review today.…

UK defence secretary ponders £50m hit to terminate Capita recruiting contract

5 hours 10 min ago
Army short of 5,000 grunts, MPs warned

The UK Ministry of Defence could terminate Capita's disastrous military IT contract following confirmation that the Recruiting Partnering Project (RPP) was 90 per cent below recruiting targets for calendar Q1.…

Microsoft points to a golden future where you can make Windows 10 your own

5 hours 39 min ago
Or at least uninstall some of the bits you really don't want

Microsoft has announced that its customers will finally be able to remove more of the cruft that arrives with a Windows 10 installation. In 2019.…

Arm cozies up to Intel for second time in a week – this time to borrow tools from Yocto Project for Mbed Linux

6 hours 29 min ago
Aww, ain't that sweet

Earlier this week, Arm drew Intel into its warm embrace when Chipzilla joined its Pelion IoT platform. The Softbank-owned design house has said it's now preparing to release a Linux-based OS, taking advantage of the Intel-backed Yocto Project tools.…

UK Home Office admits £200m Emergency Services Network savings 'delayed'

7 hours 12 min ago
Oh, and the £1.1bn Airwave extension hasn't yet been triggered

The fine minds behind Britain's bungled Emergency Services Network comms system have admitted that its projected £200m savings might not kick in until 2020.…

Come on, Cisco bug-hunters: No terrifying critical vulns? Are you saving for Halloween?

8 hours 34 min ago
(It's good news, really)

Good news, Cisco admins: there are no bugs rated “critical” in this week's batch of security patches – but there are seven that copped a “high” rating, and four of those are remotely exploitable.…

Enterprise Java caretakers float new rules of engagement for future feature updates

9 hours 31 min ago
Eclipse Foundation seeks to replace the Java Community Process for Jakarta EE

The Eclipse Foundation, saddled with oversight of Java EE last year after Oracle washed its hands of the thankless business of community governance, wants to revise the process by which enterprise Java – rechristened Jakarta EE when Oracle declined to grant use of its Java trademark – gets improved.…

Chinese biz baron wants to shove his artificial moon where the sun doesn't shine – literally

10 hours 15 min ago
Man-made satellite to eliminate need for street lamps

Video A Chinese businessman has announced plans to light Chengdu at night by launching an artificial "moon" to direct the out-of-sight Sun's rays down onto the city's streets.…

Decoding the Google Titan, Titan, and Titan M – that last one is the Pixel 3's security chip

14 hours 9 min ago
Chocolate Factory opens lid, just a little, on secure boot and crypto phone coprocessor

People in the Googleplex need to talk to each other more: the Chocolate Factory has launched a third product with “Titan” in its name, and it's only related to one of the other two bits of kit.…

Tumblr turns stumblr, left humblr: Blogging biz blogs bloggers' private info to world+dog

16 hours 48 min ago
'No evidence' vulnerability was abused, though, we're told

Tumblr today reveal it has fixed a security bug in its website that quietly revealed private details of some of its bloggers.…

Deeper dive with GitHub Actions: One config file to rule them all and in the darkness bind them

October 17, 2018 - 10:55pm
Code-hosting biz tries out a more automated delivery process

Analysis At its annual developer conference on Tuesday, GitHub unveiled a way to automate software deployment workflows called Actions. It sounds rather underwhelming, given all the different automation tools available, but the executives discussing it brimmed with Apple-level enthusiasm. Sam Lambert, head of platform for GitHub, called it "truly remarkable."…

Someone's in hot water: Tea party super PAC group 'spilled 500,000+ voters' info' all over web

October 17, 2018 - 9:44pm
Leaky AWS S3 bucket fingered by infosec bods

Now, now, America. Don't go overboard. Again.…

LuminosityLink spyware mastermind gets 30 months in the clink, forfeits $725k in Bitcoin

October 17, 2018 - 7:57pm
Grubby Grubbs' grifting days are gone

A programmer who wrote and sold software that backdoored PCs so they could be remotely controlled has been jailed for 30 months – and forced to give up his stash of 114 Bitcoins.…

Well slap my ass and call me Judy, Microsoft's Surface Pro 6 is just as hard to fix as the old one

October 17, 2018 - 7:34pm
So. Much. Glue.

Torx twirlers iFixit celebrated the release of Microsoft's Surface Pro 6 by ripping the thing apart only to find that its still pretty much unrepairable.…

Crucial P1 minicard flash drive? Not if you grabbed Intel's 660p

October 17, 2018 - 7:03pm
They don't *seem* so different if you check digits (though your real world results may vary)

Micron's consumer SSD brand Crucial has pushed out an NVMe minicard flash drive that looks almost identical to Intel's 600p.…

Twilio tweaks twicky twalkative bot toows to dewight devewopers: It's Autopilot for chat apps

October 17, 2018 - 6:01pm
Cloud comms upstart touts more authentic engagement through artificial intelligence

At its Signal show in San Francisco, California, today, cloud comms biz Twilio intends to debut a chatbot platform called Autopilot for creating chatty software agents suitable for integration with a variety of services, including interactive voice response (IVR) systems, SMS, chat, Alexa, Slack, and Google Assistant.…


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