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Monthly Archives: September 2020

  • Subpostmasters still in the dark about live Horizon errors

    Months after a High Court judge tore into the Post Office’s approach to branch computer system errors, the organisation is not sharing details of possible errors with subpostmasters, who are also still having difficulty contacting the branch support helpline. A recent system error at the branch of a subpostmaster highlighted...
  • Nokia clinches 5G deal with BT to replace Huawei in EE network

    *:not([hidden]):not(style) ~ *:not([hidden]):not(style){margin-top:1rem;}]]> By Leo KelionTechnology desk editor *:not([hidden]):not(style) ~ *:not([hidden]):not(style){margin-top:1rem;}]]> Nokia is set to become a major beneficiary of Huawei being blocked from the UK's 5G networks. The Finnish telecoms firm has struck a deal to become the largest equipment provider to BT. Nokia will now provide additional base...
  • Outlandish Theory Suggests Microsoft Will Ditch Windows Kernel In Favor Of Linux

    Recently, an article entitled “Last phase of the desktop wars?” poses an interesting notion and question, that is both polarizing and provocative, regarding the future of Microsoft's OS strategy. What is next for Windows? As the author of the article, open source software developer and advocate Eric S. Raymond notes, Microsoft has added...
  • Erasure coding vs RAID: Data protection in the cloud era

    Since the late 1980s, RAID has been a fundamental method of data protection. But RAID arose in a world of SAN and NAS in hardware array products. Now the cloud and technologies such as object storage are in the ascendant and they are predominantly protected not by RAID, but by...
  • Even Coffee Makers Are Vulnerable To Ransomware As IoT Explosion Brews Security Complacency

    Some people may say, “Don't talk to me until I have had my coffee,” but what if they could not have coffee because of a ransomware attack? According to a researcher at Avast, IoT devices, such as smart coffee makers, can be vulnerable to attacks. Security researcher Martin Hron remarks...
  • NHS Covid-19: App users unable to input negative tests

    *:not([hidden]):not(style) ~ *:not([hidden]):not(style){margin-top:1rem;}]]> By Zoe KleinmanTechnology reporter Related Topics *{margin:calc(0.5rem / 2);}]]> Coronavirus pandemic *:not([hidden]):not(style) ~ *:not([hidden]):not(style){margin-top:1rem;}]]> People in England who test negative for Covid-19 are unable to share the result with the new NHS app for England and Wales if they did not book the test through it in...
  • Contact-tracing app: First version worked on more phones

    *:not([hidden]):not(style) ~ *:not([hidden]):not(style){margin-top:1rem;}]]> By Rory Cellan-JonesTechnology correspondent Related Topics *{margin:calc(0.5rem / 2);}]]> Coronavirus pandemic *:not([hidden]):not(style) ~ *:not([hidden]):not(style){margin-top:1rem;}]]> The original NHS Covid-19 app, which was shelved, would have worked on a larger number of handsets than the app which launched in England and Wales this week, I have discovered. VMware Pivotal...
  • iPhone 12 Mini Could Be Diminutive Star Of Apple's Rumored October 13 Digital Keynote Event

    The latest rumor making the rounds about Apple iPhone 12 lineup involves the naming strategy for the smartphones. Earlier this week, reputable Apple leaker L0vetodream alleged that Apple's smallest iPhone will not be called the iPhone 12 as previously rumored. Instead, he claimed that the device would be called the...
  • Amazon unveils flying Ring security drone and Luna games service

    *:not([hidden]):not(style) ~ *:not([hidden]):not(style){margin-top:1rem;}]]> By Leo Kelion & Chris FoxTechnology reporters image copyrightAmazon *:not([hidden]):not(style) ~ *:not([hidden]):not(style){margin-top:1rem;}]]> Amazon's smart home security division Ring has unveiled a flying camera that launches if sensors detect a potential home break-in. It is designed to activate only when residents are out, works indoors, and is limited...
  • Amazon Reveals Luna Cloud Game Streaming Service To Battle Google Stadia And Microsoft XCloud

    Amazon is entering the game streaming fold with its new service, Luna. At launch, it will be available on Fire TV, PC, Mac, and Apple mobile devices with Android coming soon. In the meantime, you can request early access and help develop this cloud gaming platform from Amazon. According to...

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