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6 December 2022

 
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Windows 11 still not winning the OS popularity contest

Microsoft releases out of box experience update to simplify and speed up migrations

 
 

OFF-PREM

Yandex signs up Putin ally to help with restructuring

Alexei Kudrin, former head of Russia's Audit Chamber, to advise on corporate development

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A Hacker’s Guide to Ransomware Mitigation and Recovery

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Why It's Critical to Secure Application Secrets Across Your Enterprise

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ON-PREM

GlobalFoundries plans up to 800 layoffs despite reporting record profits

Record income? Tick. CHIPS Act subsidies coming? Tick. Yet chipmaker tries to make Wall Stret happier still

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Startup raises $30 million for wireless power delivery system

Not the first company in the game to chase cable-free charging dragon

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Quantum computing is a different kind of computing, says AWS

The intersection of computer science and physics

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A brand new Linux DRM display driver – for a 1992 computer

680x0: the CPU architecture that just will not die

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Q3 2022 Phishing Intelligence Trends Review

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SECURITY

Gunfire at electrical grid kills power for 45,000 in North Carolina

You don't have to be a coder to cut off the juice when blunt tools are around

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Google warns stolen Android keys used to sign info-stealing malware

OEMs including Samsung, LG and Mediatek named and shamed

Remuneration coming for TrustCor customers impacted by CA revocation

Also, a Capone henchman lands behind bars, while nearly 9/10 DoD contract firms fail security standards

Rackspace customers rage as email outage continues and migrations create migraines

Hosting company has nothing to say on data loss, restore times, or root cause

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Ransomware Protection

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Adobe to sell AI-generated images on its stock photo platform

Contributors will have to disclose whether their work was made using AI, and are not allowed rip off artists

Stack Overflow bans ChatGPT as 'substantially harmful' for coding issues

High error rates mean thousands of AI answers need checking by humans

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Fancy some fresh Linux Mint? 21.1 enters beta, should be here by Christmas

If you like the flavor of Cinnamon, good news: you'll get a new version

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Windows 11 still not winning the OS popularity contest

Microsoft releases out of box experience update to simplify and speed up migrations

49 Comments

Programming error created billion-dollar mistake that made the coder ... a hero?

No crypto needed, just a project with a tough deadline that nobody minded missing

118 Comments

Linux 6.1 gets an eighth release candidate and Linus Torvalds is OK with that

Kernel devs offer emperor penguin early gifts of code for version 6.2

OFFBEAT

US could save billions in health costs if it changed wind energy strategy

Socio-economic disparities between who benefits from new plants still remain, say MIT researchers

6 Comments

You're getting warmer: NASA's thermal mole reveals active mantle plume on Mars

Discovery shows 'astrobiological potential of subsurface habitable environments'

5 Comments

Working Apple-1 'Byte Shop' computer expected to fetch $375k+

What do you mean, you don't think historic handwriting is worth it?

9 Comments

Tech contractor who uses an umbrella company? UK tax is coming after them

Britain's wallet-checkers suspect VAT avoidance from some of them – to the tune of 10,000-case tribunal backlog

46 Comments

Killing trees with lasers isn’t cool, says Epson. So why are inkjets any better?

Imagine there's no printer drivers. It's easy if you can...

93 Comments

Square Kilometre Array Observatory construction commences

World's biggest radio telescope to have first parts up and running by 2024

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