Here the today’s IT News of Silicon UK at 28. August 2018

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Innovation

Musk Abandons Plan To Take Tesla Private

The Saudi-backed scheme to take Tesla off of public markets was too complex, Musk says, as competition mounts from Russia’s Kalishnikov

Mobility

UK Set To Announce Funding For Independent Satellite System

The government has reportedly cleared the way for work to begin on a navigation system to rival the EU’s Galileo

Mobility

Google Called ‘Irresponsible’ For Quick Disclosure Of Fortnite Flaw

Epic Games has accused Google of trying to score ‘cheap PR points’ with its disclosure of the bug before a patch was widely available

Innovation

IBM Patents Coffee Delivery Drone

The drone system makes use of complex AI and sensors to detect when caffeinated beverages are required

Marketing

Labour Proposes Tax On Tech Giants To Boost Media Independence

A ‘digital licence fee’ paid for by the biggest tech firms could help fund investigative, public interest journalism, Jeremy Corbyn argues

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Mobility

Huawei, ZTE Banned From Providing 5G Gear In Australia

The ban arrives amidst tighter restrictions on the Chinese telecoms equipment giants in Australia and elsewhere

Innovation

Fujitsu Gives First Details On ARM-Powered Supercomputer Chip

Fujitsu’s custom chip, the first to use supercomputing extensions to the ARMv8-A instruction set, is set to come into operation with the post-K supercomputer around 2021

Cloud

Foreign Firms Could Share Data Storage Costs Under Proposed Russian Law

The legislation would seek to force companies such as Google and Facebook to help pay the massive costs brought in by new data storage rules




Silicon Security

Mobility

UK Set To Announce Funding For Independent Satellite System

The government has reportedly cleared the way for work to begin on a navigation system to rival the EU’s Galileo

Mobility

Google Called ‘Irresponsible’ For Quick Disclosure Of Fortnite Flaw

Epic Games has accused Google of trying to score ‘cheap PR points’ with its disclosure of the bug before a patch was widely available

Mobility

Huawei, ZTE Banned From Providing 5G Gear In Australia

The ban arrives amidst tighter restrictions on the Chinese telecoms equipment giants in Australia and elsewhere

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CyberCrime

Facebook, Twitter Purge Fake News Accounts Linked To Iran, Russia

Social media giants remove hundreds of accounts linked to propaganda campaigns from Iran and Russia

CyberCrime

Superdrug Admits Disclosure Of Personal Data

But pharmacy chain adamant its systems were not compromised as hacker attempted to extort money

CyberCrime

Russian Political Hack Halted By Microsoft

Attack by ‘Fancy Bear’ hacking group to steal steal data from American think tank organisations foiled by Redmond boffins

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Cloud

Foreign Firms Could Share Data Storage Costs Under Proposed Russian Law

The legislation would seek to force companies such as Google and Facebook to help pay the massive costs brought in by new data storage rules

Legal

US Government Pressures Facebook Over Messenger Encryption

Officials want Facebook’s help to crack encryption, so they can listen to suspect’s voice conversations

CyberCrime

Apple Network Hacked By Australian Teenager

Trouble from the land down under for iPhone maker, as Aussie fanboy breaks into Apple’s main network

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