What's the frequency, KeNNeth? Neural nets trained to tune in on radar signals to boost future mobe broadband

It's time we rise up against these AI overlords and overthrow their useful technologies | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 hours ago

Eggheads want YOU to name Jupiter's five newly found moons ‒ and yeah, not so fast with Moony McMoonface

Looks like someone's thought ahead this time | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 4 hours ago

You're on a Huawei to Hell, US Sec State Pompeo warns allies: Buy Beijing's boxes, no more intelligence for you

Don't need reason, don't need rhyme. Ain't nothing I would rather do: going down, party time | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 10 hours ago

WTF PDF: If at first you don't succeed, you may be Adobe re-patching its Acrobat, Reader patches

Plus: How Microsoft Edge helps Facebook Flash files dodge click-to-play rules in Edge | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 11 hours ago

Oracle sued for $4.5m after ERP system delivery date 'moved from 2015 to 2016, then 2017, then... er, never'

Lawsuit accuses Big Red of fraud, breach of contract | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 12 hours ago

Want a .dev domain? They were $12,500 a pop from Google. Now, $1,000. Soon, $17.50. And you may want one

Meanwhile, .gay comes out of the commercial closet | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 12 hours ago

Deton-8. Blastobox-3. Demo-1... One of these is the name of a SpaceX crew capsule test now due to launch in March

As experts worry about the potential for rapid unscheduled in-flight rocket disassembly | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 13 hours ago

Big names hurl millions of pounds at scheme to hoist UK's AI knowhow

We're Europe's tech hub, crows minister, but investment weedy compared to the US and China | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 16 hours ago

Linux love hits Windows 10 19H1 amid a second round of zombie slaying

For the BOFHs: Admin Center preview loaded with Software Defined Networking goodness | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 17 hours ago

Oracle: Major ad scam 'DrainerBot' is rinsing Android users of their battery life and data

App piracy fighter Tapcore strenuously denies involvement | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 18 hours ago

Northern UK smart meter rollout is too slow, snarls MPs' committee

But... but British Gas customers are making cost savings, though | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 19 hours ago

DRAM, it feels good to be a gangsta: Only Intel flash revenues on the rise after brutal quarter

Worse to come as market doldrums deepen | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 19 hours ago

There's no 'My' in Office, Microsoft insists with new productivity hub

If you like that then you'll just LOVE our 365 range | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 20 hours ago

Data breach rumours abound as UK Labour Party locks down access to member databases

Breakaway MPs accused of making off with info | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 20 hours ago

Welcome to the sunlit uplands of HTTP/2, where a naughty request can send Microsoft's IIS into a spin

It's patching time again for Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10 | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 21 hours ago

UK.gov pens Carillion-proofing playbook: Let's run pilots of work before we outsource it, check firms' finances

Also makes vendor-luring pledge to take its fair share of risk | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 22 hours ago

Software development and deployment? Yeah, we can help you with that...

Just one week to save a bundle with our early bird tickets | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 22 hours ago

The bigger they are, the harder they fall: Peak smartphone hits Apple, Samsung the worst

Chinese upstarts fill in the gaps | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 23 hours ago

Google emits a beta of Cloud Service Platform to entice hold-outs with hybrid goodness

Where would madam like madam's Kubernetes? Cloud? On-premises? Both? | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 1 day ago

OK, your boss allegedly called you a lazy n*****, promoted the person you trained ahead of you and paid you less, but you can't PROVE it's racism, Facebook says

Lawyers gotta lawyer | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 1 day ago

Just do IoT? We'd walk a mile in someone else's Nike smart sneakers, but they seem to be 'bricked'

Owners having a connection 'mare in the Internet of Trainers | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 1 day ago

Huawei hasn't yet fixed its security vulns, says UK's NCSC overseers

Not secure enough for UK.gov use either | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 1 day ago

What's in a name? Quite a bit when it's the most hated acronym of 2018

Marketing biz decides 'GD PR' was getting it noticed in all the wrong ways | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 1 day ago

Here's why your next network switch, storage box, or 5G gateway may do more Arm than good: E1, N1 data-center CPU cores aim at future kit

First-ever pure-64-bit-only Armv8-A SMT server processor brains may lure chip designers | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 1 day ago

Secret mic in Nest gear wasn't supposed to be a secret, says Google, we just forgot to tell anyone

Whoops! Oh gosh | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 1 day ago

Who will stand up for European democracy? Us! says US software giant Microsoft

Nefarious activity of cyber villains continues, but don't fret: AccountGuard will save you | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 1 day ago

Germany, US staffers to be hit hardest as SAP starts shedding 4,400 bodies

ERP biz reportedly ringfencing jobs of machine learning and analytics types | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 1 day ago

Apple reseller Solutions Inc pulls down shutters, calls in administrators

Staff told: 'Do not come to work tomorrow. Do not attempt to re-enter the store for any reason' | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 1 day ago

U wot, m8? OMG SMS is back from dead

Not exactly... But we might be seeing a toe twitching | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 1 day ago

All your ETL pipeline are belong to us: Google snaps up Alooma

Aloogle? Goolooma? Take your pick | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 1 day ago

AGM X3: Swoon at this rugged interloper mobe then throw it on the floor to impress your mates

Because it'll be fiiiiine... probably | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 1 day ago

Ministry of Defence's new payroll contract is, surprise, surprise, MIA: Missing In Action

Procurement heads fail to finalise specs for replacement deal, extend current agreement with DXC Technology | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

Password managers may leave your online crown jewels 'exposed in RAM' to malware – but hey, they're still better than the alternative

The alternative being memorizing a bunch of really long unique passphrases | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

Oldest white dwarf star catches amateur's eye – and its dusty ring leaves boffins baffled

J0207 is estimated to be a mere three-billion years old and just 145 light years away | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

Unearthed emails could be smoking gun for epic GDPR battle against Google, adtech giants

As ICO goes on fact-finding missions over 'concerns' about security, transparency | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

Visited the Grand Canyon since 2000? You'll have great photos – and maybe a teensy bit of unwanted radiation

15 gallons of uranium ore left in the visitors' center for 18 years | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

Cut open a tauntaun, this JEDI is frozen! US court halts lawsuit over biggest military cloud deal since the Death Star

Oracle's legal warship drops out of warp, on impulse power for now | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

New claim dogs Oracle: After bagging $11m in sales, I was axed before next big deal – because I am a 64yo woman

Fresh harassment allegations hit biz that insists diversity numbers are trade secret | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

Turn on, tune in, drop out: Apple's whizz-bang T2 security chips hit a bum note for Mac audio

Sm... ck m... glitch up: Coprocess... has nasty... USB ...oun... outp... rruption... roblem | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

WWW = Woeful, er, winternet wendering? CERN browser rebuilt after 30 years barely recognizes modern web

Berners-Lee's WorldWideWeb code can't handle much, but hey, it now runs in a browser | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

Germany tells America to verpissen off over Huawei 5G cyber-Sicherheitsbedenken

Europeans can't find any evidence of Chinese spying | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

Intel's Optane storage chip juggernaut may be stopped by fad-du-jour IoT AI, Crossbar hopes

ReRAM seeks artificial help | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

Pure Storage's would-be Data Domain killer out in March – but it's still shy about the internals

Go on, flash storage bandits – spill your guts | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

Git money, git paid: GitHub waves larger wads of dollar bills to tempt bug hunters

Bounty bonanza balloons and beguiles | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

CAST links arms with Software Heritage to tease out your open-source ancestry

Who do you think you are? | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

Pour $25m in its coffers and the local NAS box gets it. That's backers' hope for public cloud type Nasuni

Newly funded firm competes with NetApp, other on-premises filers | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

Accused hacker Lauri Love loses legal bid to reclaim seized IT gear

Spared court costs as he reveals £120-a-week income | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago

Revealed: Numbers show extent of security fears about security biz Kaspersky Lab

Global sales up 4% but North America element down 25% | Continue reading


@theregister.co.uk | 2 days ago