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We all love bonking to pay, but if you bonk with a Windows Phone then Microsoft has bad news

Look, the platform is dead. Will you just move on already? Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to honour the memory of yet another Windows mobile technology. The rabidly unpopular Microsoft Wallet for the much beloved Windows Phone is for the chop.…
Tags: Microsoft, Software

Looks like Uncle Sam has pulled its finger out and appointed a Privacy Shield ombudsperson

White House to nominate former DocuSign boss The US may have finally complied with the European Commission's repeated requests to name a permanent Privacy Shield ombudsperson, The Register understands.…
Tags: White House, US, Software, European Commission, Sam, Privacy Shield

EasyJet boss says pre-Chrimbo Gatwick drone chaos cost it £15m

Budget airline cancelled 400 flights, stranding 82,000 customers including a Vulture* The boss of Squeezyjet Easyjet is "disappointed" by the time it took London's Gatwick Airport to overcome the drone crisis that led to multiple flight cancellations and cost the budget airliner £15m.…
Tags: London, Software, Easyjet, Gatwick Airport, Chrimbo Gatwick, Squeezyjet Easyjet

NHS England digital boss in hot water over 'puff piece' written about her future employer

Juliet Bauer's article praised GP app biz Livi – but didn't mention she was joining them in April Departing NHS England digital exec Juliet Bauer has been slammed for writing a "puff piece" that praised her new employer, app biz Livi, without mentioning she would start work there in a matter of months.…
Tags: England, Software, NHS, Livi, Juliet Bauer

Stalk my pals on social media and you'll know that the next words out of my mouth will be banana hammock

Boffins reckon they can predict what you'll say based on your friends' activity online The phenomenon of "prescient Facebook advertising", so beloved of conspiracy theorists who think social networks listen to your microphone, might instead simply be evidence of how good Facebook's algorithms have become.…
Tags: Facebook, Software

Canonical brings some bling to the Internet of Things with Snap-happy Ubuntu Core 18 release

Ubuntu here, there, everywhere Canonical unleashed Ubuntu Core 18 on the public today following a beta of the locked-down Linux in December.…
Tags: Software

Surface: Tested to withstand the NFL. Microsoft firmware updates? Not so much

Windows is updating your play-by-play, this may take a while Microsoft's Surface tablet got an unexpected workout during the recent NFL playoff between the New England Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs when a frustrated coach flung the fondleslab onto the field.…
Tags: Microsoft, NFL, Software, Kansas City Chiefs, NFL Microsoft

Struggling with GDPR compliance? Don't waste money on legal advice: buy a shredder

Oh, and this visitor book. How about a £60 cardboard bin? There is, it seems, no deterring the General Data Protection Regulation snake-oil sellers, who will happily stick "GDPR compliant" onto whatever they have to hand – including shredders, bins and visitor books.…
Tags: Software, Don, General Data Protection Regulation

Coloring Book 5: Alphabet Train 4.22.91

A train load of alphabet pictures to color.
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IObit Malware Fighter

Detect and Remove infections & Hidden Threats
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Dixons Carphone still counting cost of miserly mobile phone sales

Things are, er, looking up though: activist investor Elliott Management is reportedly sniffing around retailer Distressed retailer Dixons Carphone – reportedly the object of activist investor Elliot Management's affections – today confirmed a 7 per cent tumble in mobile phone sales over the festive period.…
Tags: Software, Dixons Carphone, Elliott Management, Elliot Management plans £2,500 fines for kids flying toy drones within 3 MILES of airports

Families playing in gardens targeted with new powers Families living near airports whose children fly toy helicopters in their gardens could be fined up to £2,500 under new government plans that, er, flew under the radar during the ongoing Brexit chaos.…
Tags: UK, Software

France wants in on the No Huawei Club while Canuck infosec bloke pretty insistent on ban

Founder warns that 'mediocre employees' may have to go French parliament is reportedly mulling a ban on Huawei kit being used in next-generation telco networks, potentially heaping further pressure on the Chinese headquartered giant.…
Tags: France, Software, Huawei, Huawei Club

Q-Dir 7.41

Really good quad explorer 4 files and folders
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DirSize 6.1

Shows used and wasted space in each folde
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Want to spin up Ubuntu VMs from Windows 10's command line, eh? We'll need to see a Multipass

Don't need full-fat GUI? WSL doesn't cut it? Canonical has just the ticket Windows 10 developers have been gifted yet another way of running Linux on their desktop in the form of Canonical's Multipass.…
Tags: Software, Don

Get in the bin: Let's Encrypt gives admins until February 13 to switch off TLS-SNI

End-of-life followed 2018 fake Website certificate drama If you're still using TLS-SNI, stop: a year after a slip-up allowed miscreants to claim Let's Encrypt certificates for domains they didn't own, the free certificate authority has announced the final sunset of the protocol involved.…
Tags: Software

FTPPro 8.80785

FTPPro works just like Windows Explorer.
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DVD-Cloner Platinum 2019 16.10.1444

Powerful DVD/Blu-ray copy/burn/ripping software
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Puzzles 2: Fantasy Pieces 1.00.91

Computer version of wooden inset puzzles.
Tags: Software