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  • newUK procurement is too glacial to bring AI into defense, MPs told
    Projects take so long that tech is out of date before it enters service, industry says The UK's procurement processes are not fit to bring AI into the nation's military capabilities, lawmakers heard at a parliamentary hearing.…
    - 46 mins ago 25 Sep 23, 9:31am -
  • newThe home Wi-Fi upgrade we never asked for is coming. The one we need is not
    46Gbps to our sofas. At last, freedom from the nightmare of a mere 9.6 Magicians, management, and marketing depend on misdirection. A deception that doesn't quite qualify as a lie, it implies something they want you to believe while drawing attention…
    - 2 hours ago 25 Sep 23, 8:28am -
  • newNo, no, no! Disco joke hit bum note in the rehab center
    Techie tried to dunk on a co-worker, and found himself absolutely soaking wet who, me?  Welcome once again, valued reader, to Who, Me? – The Register's comfy Monday nook wherein we share stories of times readers weren't quite so clever as they ima…
    - 3 hours ago 25 Sep 23, 7:27am -
  • newOSIRIS-REx succesfully delivers NASA's first asteroid sample
    Molto Bennu NASA's first asteroid sample return mission delivered on Sunday, when the OSIRIS-REx capsule touched down in the Department of Defense's Utah Test and Training Range near Salt Lake City.…
    - 4 hours ago 25 Sep 23, 6:31am -
  • newGoogle killing Basic HTML version of Gmail In January 2024
    The blind think this is not a visionary decision Google will discontinue the Basic HTML version of its Gmail service in January 2024.…
    - 5 hours ago 25 Sep 23, 5:26am -
  • newDell allows DPUs to be retrofitted to older PowerEdge servers
    As VMware emits a significant update to the vSphere suite that wrangles the accelerators Dell has decided that users of its older servers deserve the chance to run data processing units (DPUs, aka SmartNICs) – cards that combine networking hardware…
    - 6 hours ago 25 Sep 23, 3:58am -
  • newT-Mobile US exposes some customer data – but don't call it a breach
    PLUS: Trojan hidden in PoC; cyber insurance surge; pig butchering's new cuts; and the week's critical vulns Infosec in brief  T-Mobile US has had another bad week on the infosec front – this time stemming from a system glitch that exposed customer…
    - 8 hours ago 25 Sep 23, 2:31am -
  • newFujitsu to quit Tokyo HQ
    PLUS: Micron breaks ground in India; Hong Kong goes for green fintech; Taiwan to launch first sub; and more ASIA IN BRIEF  Fujitsu last week announced it will move out of its Tokyo headquarters and consolidate its other offices in the capital.…
    - 9 hours ago 25 Sep 23, 12:59am -
  • newHow TCP's congestion control saved the internet
    We guess it's OK it did Systems Approach  With the annual SIGCOMM conference taking place this month, we observed that congestion control still gets an hour in the program, 35 years after the first paper on TCP congestion control was published. So i…
    - 20 hours ago 24 Sep 23, 2:15pm -
  • Europe wants easy default browser selection screens. Mozilla is already sounding the alarm on dirty tricks
    Can you blame it? Europe's Digital Markets Act, which goes into effect next year, will require that companies designated as gatekeepers provide users of most popular operating systems with browser choice screens that ask them to select a default brow…
    - 2 days ago 23 Sep 23, 11:15am -


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