Here todays News of Silicon UK 4. September 2018

Silicon UK

Mobile Apps

Microsoft To Refocus Skype On Video Calls, Messaging

Mea culpa. Redmond pledges to end Skype’s controversial Snapchat-like features and return focus to its core functions

Censorship

Home Secretary ‘Demands’ Action From Tech Firms On Child Abuse

Sajid Javid pledges more cash, and demands tech giants tackle online child sexual abuse, or face legislation

Broadband

California On Collision Course With FCC Over Net Neutrality

The most populous US state heads for net neutrality clash with American communication regulator

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Cloud

Google Hands Kubernetes Reins Over To Community

The search giant, which has developed Kubernetes since 2014, is also donating £7m in cloud credits to help defray infrastructure costs

Cloud

Fraud Experts Warn Over Compromise Of Passport Data In Air Canada Breach

Hackers may have accessed detailed passport information on thousands of Air Canada customers after its app was compromised late last week

Marketing

Apple Sets September Date For Next-Generation iPhone Launch

Apple is expected to unveil the successors to last year’s iPhone X, which set trends across the industry

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Cloud

Document Scanning Firm Exposes More Than 140 Gigabytes Of Corporate Documents

Scanning and optical character recognition firm Abbyy left an Amazon-hosted server open for anyone to access

Networks

Government Launches Third Phase Of Local Fibre Broadband Challenge

The challenge aims to link key public sector buildings to full-fibre networks as a way of stimulating ultra-high-speed connectivity across the country

Security

Hackers ‘Wiped All Traces’ After £10m Bank Heist

The sophisticated attack on India’s second-largest bank was probably carried out by a state-backed hacking group, say analysts




Silicon Security

Cloud

Fraud Experts Warn Over Compromise Of Passport Data In Air Canada Breach

Hackers may have accessed detailed passport information on thousands of Air Canada customers after its app was compromised late last week

Cloud

Document Scanning Firm Exposes More Than 140 Gigabytes Of Corporate Documents

Scanning and optical character recognition firm Abbyy left an Amazon-hosted server open for anyone to access

Security

Hackers ‘Wiped All Traces’ After £10m Bank Heist

The sophisticated attack on India’s second-largest bank was probably carried out by a state-backed hacking group, say analysts

Most Read

Cloud

UK Data Complaints Double Under GDPR

New figures show the Information Commissioner’s Office swamped with reports from individuals and companies alike

Cloud

VMworld: AMD Introduces Radeon Pro V340 For High-Density Data Centres

The graphics board includes two Vega graphics chips along with enough memory to carry out heavy-duty remote workloads for up to 32 concurrent virtual users

Mobility

Weeks After US Ban Lifted, ZTE Production ‘Back To Normal’

ZTE is set to accelerate its investment in critical parts such as chips after the US supply embargo nearly put it out of business

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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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