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25 October 2021

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Apple’s Safari browser runs the risk of becoming the new Internet Explorer – holding the web back for everyone

WebKit engine is well behind the competition

OFF-PREM

US drops tariff threat against nations who dished out digital taxes to American tech giants as OECD members hash out new deal

15% tax minimum to hit tech firms

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Alibaba Cloud drops all-in-one client device, on-prem cloud-native DB

Claims shared memory speed breakthrough in new server, plans to enter South Korea and Thailand, and more

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Application Security Buyer’s Guide

15 questions to ask yourself and your DAST vendor

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Watch Now – How Headspace Scaled Identity And Minimized Security Risk

Webinar Presented by AWS and AWS Partner Auth0

ON-PREM

Antitrust battle latest: Google, Facebook ‘colluded’ to smash Apple’s privacy protections

Amended Texas complaint alleges backroom efforts to maintain ad dominance and more

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It’s ‘near-impossible to escape persistent surveillance’ by American ISPs, says FTC

Watchdog finds dubious data gathering, illusory solicitations for consent

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While the iPhone’s repairability is in the toilet, at least the Apple Watch 7 is as fixable as the previous model

Component swaps still a thing – for now

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Nobody cares about DAB radio – so let’s force it onto smart speakers, suggests UK govt review

Britain’s anti Amazon and Google war gets a second front

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Analogue tones of a ZX Spectrum Load set to ride again via podcast project

Remember the R Tape Loading Error?

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Judging by the way your face lit up, my inbox just got more attractive

A message for you, (on your) rudie

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How to keep a support contract: Make the user think they solved the problem

Look what you found! Aren’t you clever!

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Apple kicked an M1-shaped hole in Intel’s quarter

Chipzilla braces for a China-gaming-ban-shaped hole in future results, predicts more product delays

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Enhanced Data Security for Microsoft 365 Outlook

5 Criteria to Consider When Evaluating Email Security

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Designing an Efficient Distributed Storage System with Intel® DAOS and Supermicro Hardware System

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Better late than never: Microsoft rolls out a public preview of E2EE in Teams calls

Only for one-to-one voice and video, mind

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Recycled Cobalt Strike key pairs show many crooks are using same cloned installation

Researcher spots RSA tell-tale lurking in plain sight on VirusTotal

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Unhappy customers and their own tricks used against them, REvil ransomware gang reportedly pulled offline by ‘multi-country’ operations

The second vanishing of the cybergang… for now

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How your phone, laptop, or watch can be tracked by their Bluetooth transmissions

Unique fingerprints lurk in radio signals more often than not, it seems

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YouTubers fell for shady ‘sponsors’ who seized, then sold, accounts

Vid-slingers had been asking how this happened for years, even while their channels were spruiking dodgy crypto

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Japanese bloke collared after using AI software to uncensor smut and flogging it

Plus: Explore the limits of language models in bizarre research experiment, and more

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Microsoft under fire again from open-source .NET devs: Hot Reload feature pulled for sake of Visual Studio sales

Windows giant has a funny way of ‘loving’ Free software

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AI isn’t just about disruption. Integration is essential, too

Learn how to take the broad view by tuning into this webcast early next month

IPSE: More than a third of freelancers have quit contracting since IR35 reforms

Exodus, movement of the people… to the Middle East or elsewhere

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New Relic guzzles down CodeStream to help devs jump straight from app error telemetry to offending code

‘I can debug production from the IDE,’ said CS boss Peter Pezaris

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Apple’s Safari browser runs the risk of becoming the new Internet Explorer – holding the web back for everyone

WebKit engine is well behind the competition

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Microsoft emits more Win 11 fixes for AMD speed issues and death by PowerShell bug

Names November as the month for Win 10 H2 update – then reveals major new feature won’t arrive on time

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OFFBEAT

NASA sets a date to begin lunar tuning

First Artemis mission is stacked on a rocket – now for five punishing sets of tests before liftoff

Florida man accused of breaking Mastodon’s open-source license with botched social network launch

Golf enthusiast given 30 days to cough up code

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Microsoft investor urges shareholders to vote for a deep dive into pay gap and harassment policies

More transparency and reporting needed, says Arunja Capital

BOFH: So you want to have your computer switched out for something faster? It’s time to learn from the master

Corporate will make you jump through hoops – but there’s always a window

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