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The Xerox Alto struts its stuff on its 40th birthday
The Xerox Alto, widely recognized as the first modern personal computer, pioneered just about every basic concept we are familiar with in computers today. These include windows, bit-mapped computer displays, the whole idea of WYSIWIG interfaces, the cut/paste/copy tools in word processing (...)
[OSNews]

* More than 1 billion Android devices run outdated software *
This is horrifying: But even with the data we have, we can take a guess at how many outdated devices are in use. In May 2017, Google announced that there are over two billion active Android devices. If we look at the latest stats (the far right edge), we can see that nearly half of these (...)
[OSNews]

OnePlus left a backdoor in its devices with root access
Just a month ago, OnePlus was caught collecting personally identifiable data from phone owners through incredibly detailed analytics. While the company eventually reversed course on the data collection, another discovery has been made in the software of OnePlus phones. One developer found an (...)
[OSNews]

Next-generation Nokia security software taps automation and analytics to help service providers combat growing ransomware threat
Nokia today announced its next-generation NetGuard Security Management Center software, designed to bolster service providers' ability to proactively detect, predict and combat the growing threat from ransomware and other types of malware. The volume, velocity and variety of security data today (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Next-generation Nokia security software taps automation and analytics to help service providers combat growing ransomware threat
Nokia today announced its next-generation NetGuard Security Management Center software, designed to bolster service providers' ability to proactively detect, predict and combat the growing threat from ransomware and other types of malware. The volume, velocity and variety of security data today (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

Next-generation Nokia security software taps automation and analytics to help service providers combat growing ransomware threat
Nokia today announced its next-generation NetGuard Security Management Center software, designed to bolster service providers' ability to proactively detect, predict and combat the growing threat from ransomware and other types of malware. The volume, velocity and variety of security data today (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Lovense sex toy app recorded and stored nearby sounds
A smart vibrator-maker blames a bug for causing the software to save audio recordings.
[BBC News]

Lovense sex toy app recorded and stored nearby sounds
A smart vibrator-maker blames a bug for causing the software to save audio recordings.
[BBC]

Police to use facial-recognition cameras at Cenotaph service
Civil rights group warns that use of software to identify faces threatens the very liberty war veterans fought for Police are to use controversial facial recognition software to scan crowds attending the Remembrance Sunday ceremony at the Cenotaph, the Observer can reveal. The Metropolitan (...)
[The Guardian]

The rise and fall of LiMux
The LiMux (or Limux) initiative in Munich has been heralded as an example of both the good and bad in moving a public administration away from proprietary systems. Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) President Matthias Kirschner reviewed the history of the initiative - and its recent (...)
[OSNews]

Apple fixes iPhone letter 'i' bug
The latest software update fixes an issue that stopped some iPhone users typing the letter "i".
[BBC News]

Apple fixes iPhone letter 'i' bug
The latest software update fixes an issue that stopped some iPhone users typing the letter "i".
[BBC]

Now computers are writing perfectly acceptable pop songs
Taryn Southern's new single was written by artificial intelligence software. Is this the future?
[BBC]

Now computers are writing perfectly acceptable pop songs
Taryn Southern's new single was written by artificial intelligence software. Is this the future?
[BBC News]

Can I use a cheap USB flash drive to run Windows and use as a local hard drive?
Roger is looking at a 1TB USB memory stick and wonders if he could use it as a day-to-day drive I have just had to replace my 1TB hard drive, which cost £25 all done and dusted, but I notice you can now get a 1TB USB Flash drive for £8.99. Could you use one of those as a normal day-to-day drive? (...)
[The Guardian]

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