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Facebook’s fight against search warrants gets court go-ahead

L'Inq - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 9:52am

Social network stands up for its users


NSF Awards $10 Million To Protect America's Processors

Slashdot - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 9:34am
aarondubrow writes "The National Science Foundation and the Semiconductor Research Corporation announced nine research awards to 10 universities totaling nearly $4 million under a joint program focused on secure, trustworthy, assured and resilient semiconductors and systems. The awards support the development of new strategies, methods and tools at the circuit, architecture and system levels, to decrease the likelihood of unintended behavior or access; increase resistance and resilience to tampering; and improve the ability to provide authentication throughout the supply chain and in the field. "The processes and tools used to design and manufacture semiconductors ensure that the resulting product does what it is supposed to do. However, a key question that must also be addressed is whether the product does anything else, such as behaving in ways that are unintended or malicious," said Keith Marzullo, division director of NSF's Computer and Network Systems Division.

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Phones 4u won't offer iPhone 6 pre-order refunds after all

L'Inq - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 9:26am

PwC advises buyers fight their cases through credit card firms


A Norsified Linux for Windows and OS X wobblers

El Reg - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 8:59am
Elementary, my dear desktop

Review  First things first: the name. The next Elementary OS was codenamed Isis – as in the Egyptian goddess of magic and life.…

Apple releases iOS 8.0.2 to fix iPhone 6 handset glitches

L'Inq - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 8:54am

Doesn't include a patch for bent iPhones


Apple says that only nine people have bent their iPhones

L'Inq - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 8:33am

That would be nine out of 10 million


Stanford Uni: Google cash leaves us entirely impartial and unbiased

El Reg - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 8:26am
We just coincidentally didn't want to do privacy with it

A court document drafted by a recipient of Google's generosity appears to show that the latter comes with strings attached, prohibiting university researchers from investigating its controversial data slurping practices.…

BT claims almost-gigabit connections over COPPER WIRE

El Reg - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 7:55am
Just need to bring the fibre box within 19m ...

BT has claimed that ultrafast modern broadband can be delivered using a decidedly old school method: copper wires.…

Four caged in UK after cyber-heist swipes €7m in EU carbon credits

El Reg - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 7:32am
Why couldn't you be stealing Bitcoin like normal people?

Four men were jailed in the UK this week following the theft of millions of pounds in carbon-emission credits.…

BT and Coke To Offer Free Rural Wi-Fi In South Africa Through Vending Machines

Slashdot - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 7:07am
An anonymous reader writes "BT Global Services is installing free Wi-Fi access points in Coca-Cola vending machines in rural parts of South Africa. "South African consumers will soon be able to quench their thirst and check their e-mail at the same time. Coca-Cola and BT Global Services have announced plans to offer free Wi-Fi Internet access in impoverished communities using Coke’s vending machines. BT – formerly British Telecom – will provide connectivity, support and business training as part of the roll-out. The pilot project has been launched in the rural Eastern Cape and in rural Mpumalanga. Sites were chosen for their accessibility to local communities, the companies said."

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BT and Coke To Offer Free Rural Wi-Fi In South Africa Through Vending Machines

Slashdot - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 7:07am
An anonymous reader writes "BT Global Services is installing free Wi-Fi access points in Coca-Cola vending machines in rural parts of South Africa. "South African consumers will soon be able to quench their thirst and check their e-mail at the same time. Coca-Cola and BT Global Services have announced plans to offer free Wi-Fi Internet access in impoverished communities using Coke’s vending machines. BT – formerly British Telecom – will provide connectivity, support and business training as part of the roll-out. The pilot project has been launched in the rural Eastern Cape and in rural Mpumalanga. Sites were chosen for their accessibility to local communities, the companies said."

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BT and Coke To Offer Free Rural Wi-Fi In South Africa Through Vending Machines

Slashdot - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 7:07am
An anonymous reader writes "BT Global Services is installing free Wi-Fi access points in Coca-Cola vending machines in rural parts of South Africa. "South African consumers will soon be able to quench their thirst and check their e-mail at the same time. Coca-Cola and BT Global Services have announced plans to offer free Wi-Fi Internet access in impoverished communities using Coke’s vending machines. BT – formerly British Telecom – will provide connectivity, support and business training as part of the roll-out. The pilot project has been launched in the rural Eastern Cape and in rural Mpumalanga. Sites were chosen for their accessibility to local communities, the companies said."

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BT and Coke To Offer Free Rural Wi-Fi In South Africa Through Vending Machines

Slashdot - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 7:07am
An anonymous reader writes "BT Global Services is installing free Wi-Fi access points in Coca-Cola vending machines in rural parts of South Africa. "South African consumers will soon be able to quench their thirst and check their e-mail at the same time. Coca-Cola and BT Global Services have announced plans to offer free Wi-Fi Internet access in impoverished communities using Coke’s vending machines. BT – formerly British Telecom – will provide connectivity, support and business training as part of the roll-out. The pilot project has been launched in the rural Eastern Cape and in rural Mpumalanga. Sites were chosen for their accessibility to local communities, the companies said."

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BT and Coke To Offer Free Rural Wi-Fi In South Africa Through Vending Machines

Slashdot - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 7:07am
An anonymous reader writes "BT Global Services is installing free Wi-Fi access points in Coca-Cola vending machines in rural parts of South Africa. "South African consumers will soon be able to quench their thirst and check their e-mail at the same time. Coca-Cola and BT Global Services have announced plans to offer free Wi-Fi Internet access in impoverished communities using Coke’s vending machines. BT – formerly British Telecom – will provide connectivity, support and business training as part of the roll-out. The pilot project has been launched in the rural Eastern Cape and in rural Mpumalanga. Sites were chosen for their accessibility to local communities, the companies said."

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BT and Coke To Offer Free Rural Wi-Fi In South Africa Through Vending Machines

Slashdot - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 7:07am
An anonymous reader writes "BT Global Services is installing free Wi-Fi access points in Coca-Cola vending machines in rural parts of South Africa. "South African consumers will soon be able to quench their thirst and check their e-mail at the same time. Coca-Cola and BT Global Services have announced plans to offer free Wi-Fi Internet access in impoverished communities using Coke’s vending machines. BT – formerly British Telecom – will provide connectivity, support and business training as part of the roll-out. The pilot project has been launched in the rural Eastern Cape and in rural Mpumalanga. Sites were chosen for their accessibility to local communities, the companies said."

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BT and Coke To Offer Free Rural Wi-Fi In South Africa Through Vending Machines

Slashdot - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 7:07am
An anonymous reader writes "BT Global Services is installing free Wi-Fi access points in Coca-Cola vending machines in rural parts of South Africa. "South African consumers will soon be able to quench their thirst and check their e-mail at the same time. Coca-Cola and BT Global Services have announced plans to offer free Wi-Fi Internet access in impoverished communities using Coke’s vending machines. BT – formerly British Telecom – will provide connectivity, support and business training as part of the roll-out. The pilot project has been launched in the rural Eastern Cape and in rural Mpumalanga. Sites were chosen for their accessibility to local communities, the companies said."

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BT and Coke To Offer Free Rural Wi-Fi In South Africa Through Vending Machines

Slashdot - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 7:07am
An anonymous reader writes "BT Global Services is installing free Wi-Fi access points in Coca-Cola vending machines in rural parts of South Africa. "South African consumers will soon be able to quench their thirst and check their e-mail at the same time. Coca-Cola and BT Global Services have announced plans to offer free Wi-Fi Internet access in impoverished communities using Coke’s vending machines. BT – formerly British Telecom – will provide connectivity, support and business training as part of the roll-out. The pilot project has been launched in the rural Eastern Cape and in rural Mpumalanga. Sites were chosen for their accessibility to local communities, the companies said."

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BT and Coke To Offer Free Rural Wi-Fi In South Africa Through Vending Machines

Slashdot - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 7:07am
An anonymous reader writes "BT Global Services is installing free Wi-Fi access points in Coca-Cola vending machines in rural parts of South Africa. "South African consumers will soon be able to quench their thirst and check their e-mail at the same time. Coca-Cola and BT Global Services have announced plans to offer free Wi-Fi Internet access in impoverished communities using Coke’s vending machines. BT – formerly British Telecom – will provide connectivity, support and business training as part of the roll-out. The pilot project has been launched in the rural Eastern Cape and in rural Mpumalanga. Sites were chosen for their accessibility to local communities, the companies said."

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BT and Coke To Offer Free Rural Wi-Fi In South Africa Through Vending Machines

Slashdot - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 7:07am
An anonymous reader writes "BT Global Services is installing free Wi-Fi access points in Coca-Cola vending machines in rural parts of South Africa. "South African consumers will soon be able to quench their thirst and check their e-mail at the same time. Coca-Cola and BT Global Services have announced plans to offer free Wi-Fi Internet access in impoverished communities using Coke’s vending machines. BT – formerly British Telecom – will provide connectivity, support and business training as part of the roll-out. The pilot project has been launched in the rural Eastern Cape and in rural Mpumalanga. Sites were chosen for their accessibility to local communities, the companies said."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








BT and Coke To Offer Free Rural Wi-Fi In South Africa Through Vending Machines

Slashdot - Fri, 26/09/2014 - 7:07am
An anonymous reader writes "BT Global Services is installing free Wi-Fi access points in Coca-Cola vending machines in rural parts of South Africa. "South African consumers will soon be able to quench their thirst and check their e-mail at the same time. Coca-Cola and BT Global Services have announced plans to offer free Wi-Fi Internet access in impoverished communities using Coke’s vending machines. BT – formerly British Telecom – will provide connectivity, support and business training as part of the roll-out. The pilot project has been launched in the rural Eastern Cape and in rural Mpumalanga. Sites were chosen for their accessibility to local communities, the companies said."

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