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Aussie Emergency Warning Network hacked by rank amateurs

More moron-crime than serious cyber-crime, your data is safe

The operator of an Australian emergency warning service has denied that user information was breached after someone accessed its system to post “you've been hacked” messages.…

Mainframe brains-slurper sues IBM for 'age discrim', calls Ginny and biz 'morally bankrupt'

Even filing a patent didn't save Terry Keebaugh from the old tin tack

An award-winning former IBM saleswoman who tried to patent a system that slurped fired graybeards’ mainframe knowledge before they departed is now suing IBM for age discrimination – and squarely blames CEO Ginny Rometty for Big Blue’s “morally bankrupt” actions.…

Taiwan's UMC winds down DRAM project after Micron IP tussle

Almost half the team to be reassigned before closure

Taiwanese chip-maker UMC, under legal siege from the US Department of Justice, has reportedly pared down its DRAM project team by nearly one half, signalling victory for rival Micron.…

NHS England claims it will be all-digital within the decade

Stop us if you've heard this one before

NHS England has once again pledged to improve the state of digital services to benefit patients and staff in its Long Term Plan, with a fully digital secondary care and access to digital consultations promised by 2024.…

Seagate woos NASty folk and other flashy types at CES

Slow, small and quick, or big and speedy? SSDs for mini-NAS, thin laptops and gamers

Seagate has tossed three SSDs into the CES arena, looking to please small NAS users, thin laptoppers and gamers.…

Linux reaches the big five (point) oh

Torvalds has run out of fingers and toes, so version 5.0 RC1 is here

Penguinistas, take heed. The kernel of your beloved OS has rung in the new year with a brand spanking new version number because... Linus felt like it.…


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