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Poland may consider Huawei ban amid 'spy' arrests – reports

Chinese hardware biz faces more push-back in Western nations

A Polish official has said he couldn’t rule out “legislative changes” to allow the nation to ban the use of a company’s products, following the local arrest of a Huawei staffer.…

Nissan EV app password reset prompts user panic

Looks like a functionality fail rather than a data breach, though

Nervous Nissan UK drivers were today assured by the car maker that Connect EV app log-in failures are related to a migration of data onto a new platform rather than anything more nefarious.…

US Department of Defense to fling $1.76bn at Microsoft

Enough to build a Wall.... of Windows consultants around Washington

The US Department of Defense (DoD) has announced a contract worth an estimated $1.76bn for Microsoft Enterprise Services.…

Computing boffins strip the fun out of satirical headlines

Real or satire? Teaching machines to tell apart 'BP ready to resume oil drilling' and 'BP ready to resume oil spilling'

Looking for a laugh? You should seek out the ends of satirical headlines and phrases with nouns in them, according to a pair of computer boffins.…

Cloud hardware spend edges ahead of traditional setups for the first time

Q3 '18 it hit 50.9% of of total IT turnover, according to analyst

Abacus-strummer IDC has clocked that quarterly revenues of IT infrastructure (that's servers, storage, and Ethernet switches) for the cloud have officially squeezed past sales into traditional environments.…

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