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The PainStation runs Windows XP because of course it does

Retro fun and games in Berlin's ComputerSpieleMuseum

 
 

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DARPA wants to refuel drones in flight – wirelessly

Boffin agency seeks help to shoot 100kW through the air with lasers, but contributors don't have long to deliver

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Oracle cloud growth up 19% but it's still a market minnow

Acquisition of health data specialist Cerner adds $15.8b to Big Red's debt

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Splunk dabbles in edgy hardware, lowers data ingestion

'Puck' hardware demoed with customers including Royal Dutch Shell to address big concern: cost

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OpenInfra Foundation talks about Directed Funding model for open source projects

Notes rise of 'pay to play' where companies try to buy way into governance – and says this is not that

Giant outsourcer keeps work from home, loses tax breaks. Government says 'good riddance'

Philippines says subsidies inflate profits, not local economy

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Alibaba Cloud challenges AWS with its own custom smartNIC

Who'll board the custom silicon bandwagon next?

Coinbase CEO cuts 1,100 jobs, warns of 'crypto winter'

The buck stops with me, says Armstrong, but I still have a job

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Sony responds to inflation with $3,700 gold-plated 'Walkman'

In truth, a non-tape media player for Gen Xers with more money than sense

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Who's growing faster than Nvidia and AMD? Rising datacenter star Marvell

Of the top 10 fabless chip designers, the Big M soared in Q1 thanks to switch ASICs

Proposed Innovation Act amendment would block US investment in China

We're just astounded to see bipartisan efforts in Congress in this day and age

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Datacenter networks: You'll manage them from the cloud, eventually, claims Cisco

Nexus portfolio undergoes cloudy Software-as-a-Service revamp

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New EV battery can reach full charge in less than 10 minutes

Silicon-anode power units could come to market soon, accelerating adoption of electric vehicles

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UK government still trying to get Arm to IPO in London

Would give its right, er, leg, to keep HQ – and jobs – in Britain

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Telegram criticizes Apple for 'intentionally crippling' web app features on iOS

Native code or nothing thanks to Safari's approach to web apps

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Atos CEO resigns after board proposes splitting the company

Digital, Big Data, and Security units to be known as 'Evidian', less profitable parts as 'Tech Foundation Co'

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The PainStation runs Windows XP because of course it does

Retro fun and games in Berlin's ComputerSpieleMuseum

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Former US state agency CIO, IT exec plead guilty to bribery and extortion scheme

Pair's multimillion-dollar contract caper unraveled

Cloudflare says it thwarted record-breaking HTTPS DDoS flood

26m requests a second? Not legit traffic, not even Bill Gates doing $1m giveaways could manage that

Man gets two years in prison for selling 200,000 DDoS hits

Over 2,000 customers with malice on their minds

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Azure issues not adequately fixed for months, complain bug hunters

Redmond kicks off Patch Tuesday with a months-old flaw fix

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UK health privacy watchdog still in talks over who is accessing country's COVID data store

Over a year after discussions began, National Data Guardian continues to pursue transparency in health data use

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Inside the RSAC expo: Buzzword bingo and the bear in the room

We mingle with the vendors so you don't have to

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Chinese-sponsored gang Gallium upgrades to sneaky PingPull RAT

Broadens targets from telecoms to finance and government orgs

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Travis CI exposes free-tier users' secrets – new claim

API can be manipulated to reveal tokens in clear text log data

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Database from the 1980s needs time travel says author

It's back to the future for PostgreSQL as Michael Stonebraker lists priorities for the popular open-source system he helped create

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Internet Explorer 11 limps to the end of Windows 10 road

Going from the semi-annual channel, but you'll never really wash it off the internals

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Microsoft's sought-after tabbed File Explorer gets closer to release

Users hopeful of waving bye to window overload as staggered rollout moves from Dev to Beta Channel

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Xen patches three bugs that allow guest-host takeover

Paravirtualized guests on old x86s are the risk – just the sort of thing that gets forgotten

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Offbeat

Atos, UK government reach settlement on $1 billion Met Office supercomputer dispute

It is sure a lot of money to be able to say confidently: 'It's going to rain'

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Indian government signals changes to infosec rules after industry consultation

Reports suggest SMBs will get more time, but core elements including six-hour reporting requirement remain

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If you want to launch Starship from Texas, here's some homework, FAA tells SpaceX

Be a good neighbor to folks and the environment, and we'll think that permit over

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