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Japanese government finally bids sayonara to the 3.5" floppy disk
Businesses can at long last submit digital docs to government agencies Japan is saying sayonara to the floppy disk, which until now was a required medium for submitting some 1,900 official documents to the government.
What do you use for over-arching I have too many spinning plates for and I need to keep better tabs on them.
It's amazing how often the phrase "this software sucks", is used in place of "I don't fully understand how to configure this software properly, or how to use it".Find out how far it is between any two cities.
Hacker News: Albabat, Kasseika, Kuiper: New Ransomware Gangs Rise with Rust and Golang
The Register: That runaway datacenter power grab is the best news for net zero this century
CockroachDB tempts legacy databases to crawl into the cloud age
Distributed system makes a grab for Oracle, Db2 features CockroachDB has released its 23.2 iteration containing new features designed to tempt mainframe and other legacy database users to shift workloads to its distributed cloud-based system.
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Considering I was off work through illness the last 3 days of last week, and then getting through the weekend with a hyperactive child whilst still ill, I was hoping for a chill day back at work today. But of course, it was hectic.
X hiring 100 content cops in bid to tame Wild West of online safety
Maybe those Twitter cuts ran too deep, huh Not long after it emerged that X, formerly Twitter, cut 1 in 3 Trust and Safety employees after Elon Musk's takeover in October 2022, the social media platform now claims it's ready to hire 100 full-time content moderators at a new office in Austin, Texas.
Cyberkriminalitt erstmals seit 2015 rcklufig (Statista + Kurzkommentar) Briefing 425 Wirtschaft
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Japan's lander wakes up, takes blurry snap of Moon
Winter Night is coming Japan's Moon lander has woken up on the lunar surface and begun transmitting data back to controllers at the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA.)
Hacker News: What Are Your Employees Exposing You to Through T&C Acceptance
The Register: ICANN proposes creating .INTERNAL domain to do the same job as 192.168.x.x
La NSA acquista segretamente i dati degli Americani! Il senatore Wyden fa esplodere una nuova bomba sulla privacy
Helping a client debug some stuff and realising that I documented *exactly* this issue at their request, but it had been so long I'd forgotten that I'd supplied a document explaining exactly what to do. Sigh.
Also: cloud and kubernetes systems do *not* react in real-time. You need to be patient about services getting up and running fully. A container in a running state does *not* mean that the hosted application is fully functional.
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Amazon calls off $1.7 billion iRobot buy, blames regulators
Retailer steps back from Roomba-maker and 350 staff will have to step back from a job Amazon's $1.7 billion bid to buy iRobot is off, and while Jeff Bezos's business faces a termination fee, almost a third of vacuum maker's staff face termination of an altogether different nature.
Well, I had posted my story of how I got scammed on TikTok, but it didn't seem to port to here. RIP. So here's the direct link to the tiktok:
DEA nabs $150M from dark web drug lord based... in Coventry
Plus: Dodgy ex-US official also sentenced for software and database theft in big day for the courts A dark web drug kingpin has handed more than $150 million in cryptocurrency to US authorities and pleaded guilty to selling hundreds of kilograms of drugs over the internet.
Die meldet, das Programm zeige "Unerwartete Fehler bei zuflligen Aktionen". Die Aktionen, die zu einem fhren, knnten noch nicht genauer eingegrenzt werden. Oft knne nach einem des Programms die gleiche Aktion erneut durchgefhrt werden, ohne dass der Fehler wieder auftritt. Also eigentlich ist alles wie immer...
Hacker News: Researchers Uncover How Outlook Vulnerability Could Leak Your NTLM Passwords
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The Register: Linus Torvalds flames Google kernel contributor over filesystem suggestion
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Microsoft confirms Windows Server 2025 is on the way
Plus: It kills off WordPad once and for all Microsoft is unleashing build 26040 of Windows Server and has revealed the official branding for the product: Windows Server 2025.
Tutti nella zona grigia! le intelligence Militari Iraniane sono coinvolte in Attacchi Informatici ai Paesi Occidentali
Why do all consulting clients request documentation when they never read it
GPS interference now a major flight safety concern for airline industry
You're wrong to think that jammin' was a thing of the past Europe's aviation safety body is working with the airline industry to counter a danger posed by interference with GPS signals - now seen as a growing threat to the safety of air travel.
The real significance of Apple's Macintosh
40 years on, it's still widely misunderstood Apple launched the original 128 kB Macintosh around 40 years ago, and in so doing changed the computer industry, in ways that a lot of people still don't fully understand.
Hacker News: 493 Companies Share Their SaaS Security Battles - Get Insights in this Webinar
The Register: SparkyLinux harbors a flamboyant array of desktops
Cruise being investigated over car crash that dragged victim along the road
Plus: George Carlin's family suing creators who used AI to rip off his comedy, and more AI in brief  The US Department of Justice and Securities Exchange Commission are both launching investigations into the Cruise accident that hit a woman and dragged her for six meters (20 feet) under the wheels of its dr
Native Chrome arrives fashionably late to the Windows on ARM party
If a new browser arrives on an OS nobody cares about, did it arrive at all It was a while coming, but Google has finally made a Windows on ARM-native version of Chrome.
Gli exploit sulla RCE di Jenkins sono online e i criminal hacker ne approfittano
ESA gives gravitational wave space probe LISA the nod for a 2035 launch
Trio of spacecraft to capture ripples in spacetime The European Space Agency (ESA) has signed off on the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) mission to detect gravitational waves from space.
Hacker News: Malicious PyPI Packages Slip WhiteSnake InfoStealer Malware onto Windows Machines
The Register: The Land Before Linux: Let's talk about the Unix desktops
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