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Ad-tech firms grab email addresses from forms before they're even submitted

Ad-tech firms grab email addresses from forms before they're even submitted

Researchers find widespread harvesting of info without consent

 

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DigitalOcean tries to take sting out of price hike with $4 VM

Cloud biz says it is reacting to customer mix largely shifting from lone devs to SMEs

Financial giant Santander: 80% of our IT infrastructure in cloud

'Most challenging element of migration likely remains' warns analyst

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You can keep your old ERP system, but you'll still need ServiceNow, CEO tells The Reg

Bill McDermott thinks companies need workflow on top of enterprise apps, whether they replace them or not

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Arm CPU ran on electricity generated by algae for over six months

AA-battery-sized biological photovoltaic cell touted as ideal for IoT applications

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Meta hires network chip guru from Intel: What does this mean for future silicon?

Why be a customer when you can develop your own custom semiconductors

Kasten by Veeam adds ransomware detection to K10 data management platform

Catching compromise attempts before kicking off that recovery plan

Elon Musk 'violated' Twitter NDA over bot-check sample size

<5% figure was based on 100 accounts, if you're wondering

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EU-US Trade and Technology Council meets to coordinate on supply chains

Agenda includes warning system for disruptions, and avoiding 'subsidy race' for chip investments

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How CXL may change the datacenter as we know it

Bye-bye bottlenecks. Hello composable infrastructure?

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(Our) hardware is still key in a multicloud world, Dell ISG chief insists

IT giant may be shifting its focus to software and services, but systems remain the foundation

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Ad-tech firms grab email addresses from forms before they're even submitted

Researchers find widespread harvesting of info without consent

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US brings first-of-its-kind criminal charges of Bitcoin-based sanctions-busting

Citizen allegedly moved $10m-plus in BTC into banned nation

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San Francisco police use driverless cars for surveillance

Plus: Tech giants commit $30m to open-source security, miscreants breach DEA portal, and US signs cybercrime treaty

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GPL legal battle: Vizio told by judge it will have to answer breach-of-contract claims

Fine-print crucially deemed contractual agreement as well as copyright license in smartTV source-code case

Cars in driver-assist mode hit a third of cyclists, all oncoming cars in tests

Still think we're ready for that autonomous future?

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Python is getting faster: Major performance tweaks on horizon

Instagram, Microsoft responsible for lifts coming in version 3.11 and beyond

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US cops kick back against facial recognition bans

Plus: DeepMind launches new generalist AI system, and Apple boffin quits over return-to-work policy

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China's Kylin Linux targets second RISC-V platform

Is state-approved Ubuntu distro how the Middle Kingdom will replace PCs with home-grown kit?

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Lithium production needs investment to keep pace with battery demand

Report says $42b will need to be poured into industry over next decade

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RISC-V needs more than an open architecture to compete

Arm shows us that even total domination doesn't always make stupid levels of money

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Lawyers say changes to UK data law will make life harder for international businesses

Concerns raised over government drive to implement distinct post-Brexit policy

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September 16, 1992, was not a good day to be overly enthusiastic about your job

If I get in early and work hard, everyone will notice, right?

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Toshiba says it's talking to 10 suitors about possible sale

Hires external advisors to bolster decision making capacity and hints it could consider multiple buyout plans

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