Bosch and Daimler jump in together on driverless vehicle tech

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Self-parking cars - and a lot of practical R&D going on

BCW18  Bosch’s Connected World conference opened with a demo of its automated valet technology. Though the firm’s chief exec, Volkmar Denner, drove the car up to its drop-off point, the self-parking mode failed to engage.…

Farewell, Android Pay. We hardly tapped you

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You still need two Google apps do everything, though

“Android Pay” is no more, as Google attempts to unify its disparate transaction options under one brand. The redesigned, rebranded Google Pay app – which supersedes Android Pay – is already in the Google Play Store.…

A game to 'vaccinate' people against fake news? Umm... Fake news

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Boffins' plan to prime the public against misinformation nice idea but misses mark

Separating fact from fiction is a very different challenge in the fake news age, and there’s no end of people ready to opine on how to do it. Now boffins from famed Brit university Cambridge have decided to get in on the action by launching a game to "vaccinate" the public against it.…

London Mayor's chief digi officer: 'Have faith and give us a chance'

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The Blackwell says data can help capital cope with 1m more bods

Cynics could be forgiven for seeing the Mayor of London’s newly created six-figure chief digital officer role as a policy wonk title. Speaking to The Register on a rainy morning at City Hall, Theo Blackwell describes it as "a digital leadership role".…

Beef up on DevOps, CD and Containers AND save pounds...

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Continuous Lifecycle early bird tickets only hanging around another seven days

Our early bird tickets offer for Continuous Lifecycle London expires in a week, so if you want to learn from our lineup of DevOps, Continuous Integration and Container experts and save a bundle as well, you need to act now.…

Windows slithers on to Arm, legless?

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It can't be worse than RT - and isn't

Comment  Perhaps more by accident or design, Microsoft managed to lower expectations for Windows on Arm last week – but not set them so low it kills off interest in the platform.…

Careful with the 'virtual hugs' says new FreeBSD Code of Conduct

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Cue virtual outrage and actual culture wars skirmishes

The FreeBSD project completely updated its code-of-conduct in early February, complete with a definition of "harassment" that included "Physical contact and simulated physical contact (e.g., textual descriptions like "*hug*" or "*backrub*") without consent or after a request to stop." And as will happen these days, considerable controversy and vivid online debate as been the result.…

AMD lures Cisco's server CTO into EPYC new gig

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Raghunath Nambiar is also a player on the Transaction Processing Performance Council

EXCLUSIVE  AMD's push into servers has accelerated just a little after the chip-maker wooed Cisco's chief technology officer for UCS servers to join its ranks.…


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