What's brown and sticky and broke this PC? [Mon Mar 25 2024]

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What's brown and sticky and broke this PC?

Nothing, according to its user. But the techie who tried to fix it found a sweet solution

 
 

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EU antitrust cops probe Microsoft ties between Entra ID and 365 services

Google claims rival has made an 'art and science' out of licensing

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Apple iPhone AI to be powered by Baidu in China, maybe

Of course it's called ERNIE seeing as Google has BERT

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Fujitsu to shutter operations in Republic of Ireland

In wake of Post Office Horizon scandal, global execs set new profit target, and Irish ops fell short

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Vodafone, Three hustle to tie knot before regulators crash wedding

Price hikes and reduced competition in virtual network space raised as major concerns

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What's brown and sticky and broke this PC?

Nothing, according to its user. But the techie who tried to fix it found a sweet solution

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Meta connects Threads to the Fediverse

Doing things outside the walled garden is kinda hard, devs admit

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Vigorous US lobbying reportedly reversed India PC import license scheme

Washington was most displeased and New Delhi knew it made a mistake

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Indian court halts operations of government-run social media fact checker

Rights groups protested potential for sneaky censorship of political rivals

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Microsoft confirms memory leak in March Windows Server security update

ALSO: Viasat hack wiper malware is back, users are the number one cause of data loss, and critical vulns

Some 300,000 IPs vulnerable to this Loop DoS attack

Easy to exploit, not yet exploited, not widely patched – pick three

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Vans claims cyber crooks didn't run off with its customers' financial info

Just 35.5M names, addresses, emails, phone numbers … no biggie

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Russia's Cozy Bear caught phishing German politicos with phony dinner invites

Forget the Riesling, bring on the WINELOADER

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Chinese snoops use F5, ConnectWise bugs to sell access into top US, UK networks

Crew may well be working under contract for Beijing

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3 million doors open to uninvited guests in keycard exploit

As months go by without fixes, hotels take the scenic route to securing rooms

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Hardware-level Apple Silicon vulnerability can leak cryptographic keys

Short of redesigning CPUs, the fix will seriously degrade performance

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NVD slowdown leaves thousands of vulnerabilities without analysis data

Security world reacts as NIST does a lot less of oft criticized, 'almost always thankless' work

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Forrester Reprint: Google Workspace Delivers UCaaS And More

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Samsung preps inferencing accelerator to take on Nvidia, scores huge sale

PLUS: Tencent's profit plunge; Singtel to build three AI datacenters; McDonald's China gobbles Microsoft AI

Docker launches Testcontainers on former rival Red Hat's OpenShift

CEO Scott Johnston on company pivots and trying not to surprise the community

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Flox rocks the Nix box by conquering code chaos

FOSS CLI package management framework for repeatable, declarative deployments across multiple platforms

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Uncle Sam wants to know how big airlines use passenger data

'Problematic' carriers can look forward to scrutiny, fines, and new rules

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UN unanimously adopts ambitious AI resolution, sans teeth

'Safe, secure and trustworthy' AI a must, says document, but nothing in it ensures anyone plays along

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CNCF boss talks 'irrational exuberance' in an AI-heavy Kubecon keynote

Kubecon? More like Queuecon as Paris-based show's registration system fails

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Whistleblower raises alarm over UK Nursing and Midwifery Council's DB

Regulatory body insists it's on 'a journey of improvement'

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Redis tightens its license terms, pleasing basically no one

FOSS developers gotta eat, but users need certainty

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Labor watchdog wants SpaceX's gag clauses to disintegrate like its exploding rockets

This is why Big Biz wants to dismantle America's crucial regulators

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BOFH: So you want more boardroom tech that no one knows how to use

Remember that scene from Scanners?

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Vernor Vinge, first author to describe cyberspace and 'The Singularity,' dies at 79

CompSci and math professor by trade, he envisaged a galactic Usenet, and was utterly brilliant

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