Deloitte: ‘Very Few Clients’ Impacted by Cyber Attack – Threatpost


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Deloitte: 'Very Few Clients' Impacted by Cyber Attack
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Deloitte, one of the “big four” global accounting firms, admitted Monday it fell victim to a cyber attack ,but downplayed the incident saying it only affected a few of its high profile clients. Details around the incident are hazy but according to The
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After 15 years in vegetative state, man responds to nerve stimulation – CNN


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After 15 years in vegetative state, man responds to nerve stimulation
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(CNN) A car accident at 20 years old left a French man in a vegetative state for 15 years. But after neurosurgeons implanted a vagus nerve stimulator in his chest, the man, now 35, is showing signs of consciousness, according to a study published
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There’s one good reason to update to macOS High Sierra – The Verge


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There's one good reason to update to macOS High Sierra
The Verge
Apple's new version of macOS comes out today, and while almost every upgrade is under the hood and out of sight, there is one really great new feature inside Safari that is definitely worth updating for: in High Sierra, Safari automatically mutes
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Microsoft plans to own quantum computing like it owns Windows PCs – PCWorld


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Microsoft plans to own quantum computing like it owns Windows PCs
PCWorld
Microsoft executives said Monday that the company is developing a quantum computer—from chips all the way through to the operating system—in a bid to control what could be a disruptive computer technology. Though Microsoft is following companies like …
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Giant pandas are growing in numbers, but their habitat is ‘shrinking and becoming more fragmented’ – Daily Mail


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Giant pandas are growing in numbers, but their habitat is 'shrinking and becoming more fragmented'
Daily Mail
But despite growing numbers, the bear's natural habitat is 'shrinking and becoming more fragmented' due to roads and other infrastructure, warns new research. The study shows that the creature's habitat still covers less area and is more fragmented
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Deloitte insists ‘very few’ clients hit by major cyber attack – Aberdeen Evening Express


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Deloitte insists 'very few' clients hit by major cyber attack
Aberdeen Evening Express
Accountancy giant Deloitte has insisted “very few clients” have been impacted by a major cyber attack that saw hackers target the company through its email system. The professional services firm said on Monday that it had launched an “intensive and …
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The big question for Apple is how many people are waiting for the iPhone X – Business Insider


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The big question for Apple is how many people are waiting for the iPhone X
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Two new iPhones went on sale this weekend, but lines were not as long as they've been for previous iPhone launches. This has investors and analysts asking: Are Apple customers and fans passing on the iPhone 8 and waiting to see the $999 iPhone X?
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Uber CEO apologizes for “mistakes” after London license blow – TechCrunch


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Uber CEO apologizes for “mistakes” after London license blow
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Uber's new CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has written an open letter apologizing for “mistakes we've made” following the announcement on Friday by London's transport regulator that it was withdrawing licensing from Uber — having deemed it is not “fit and …
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Microsoft makes play for next wave of computing with quantum computing toolkit – Ars Technica


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Microsoft makes play for next wave of computing with quantum computing toolkit
Ars Technica
At its Ignite conference today, Microsoft announced its moves to embrace the next big thing in computing: quantum computing. Later this year, Microsoft will release a new quantum computing programming language, with full Visual Studio integration
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Microsoft looks to the cloud to expand its security offerings – TechCrunch


TechCrunch

Microsoft looks to the cloud to expand its security offerings
TechCrunch
Ignite is Microsoft's main annual conference for bringing together its enterprise users and IT community. It's no surprise then, that security is one of the main topics at the event, with about almost 150 sessions dedicated to the topic. And just as
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