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The nation's largest wireless carrier posts decent fourth-quarter results as it shifts its focus to faster next-gen wireless tech.

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Japanese automaker follows Tesla and Mercedes-Benz into the residential energy storage solution marketplace.

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Mazda and Changan Automobile are said to be developing a battery-powered EV for sale by 2019.

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National Cyber Security Centre chief says an attack with the potential to hit infrastructure could come within the next two years.

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All kinds of companies are pitching products that promise a better night's rest. Whether you should snuggle up to sleep tech is a more complicated question.

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Commentary: First it was the Disney Princess quizzes. Then it was Russian propaganda. Now Facebook is going to ask who you trust when it comes to news. That’s dangerous.

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Twitter's Chief Operating Officer is logging out to run the online personal finance company.

6 hours ago (via go.theregister.com)
Storage boffins get flash and disk dancing togetherResearch gnomes at IBM Zurich say we should take translation layers off storage devices and run many at the same time on a server to get faster IO.…

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Database admin updates body artA database admin liked Brit database tools biz Redgate Software so much that he decided to become a walking billboard and get the company logo tattooed on his arm. Fast forward nine years and his world imploded. Sort of.…

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Reckons GDPR will help us challenge algo-driven outcomesAlgorithms should not be solely responsible for criminal sentencing, while a change in law may be required to open up public data sets involving health information.…




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