Sound that you can feel?
Looking back at some of the online souls we've lost.
A great opportunity for cutting teeth in the technology journalism space.
For databases, anyway.
Which powers... well, almost everything.
T-Mobile has issued a denial that it has suffered any breach of its data security after claims of illegitimate access were posted to the Full Disclosure mailing list.
T-Mobile US is currently investigating claims from a cracker on the Full Disclosure mailing list that he has copies of vast swathes of the company's data.
A security breach on a healthcare system at the University of California at Berkeley which went unnoticed for months has leaked the data on 160,000 individuals.
Kaspersky - anti-virus and security software vendor - has had its website attacked by crackers, who have made off with a full copy of the company's database.
Crackers have successfully made off with a full copy of the user database for job site Monster.com - with all of its users' personal details stored therein.
Database specialist Oracle has teamed up with storage specialist Emulex to donate open-source code for detection of "silent data corruption" to Linux.
Monty Widenius, creator of the open source database MySQL, has lambasted his superiors at Sun Microsystems over the premature release of MySQL 5.1.
Microsoft launched a compatibility database for Windows Vista yesterday revealing that 18 months after launch users are still struggling with the new OS.
A team at MIT has developed a system capable of searching through a database of 12.9 million images in seconds on a normal desktop PC.
The UK government has revealed plans to build a database containing information on all electronic communications made by its citizens over the last twelve months.
Windows Home Server Power Pack 1 was supposed to introduce an automated method of backup up the backup database, but this feature has quietly been removed ahead of launch.
A cracker has downloaded a series of databases containing personal information on Harvard University applicants and made the files available to all via BitTorrent.
Google has rolled out a new anti-piracy tool onto YouTube, which identifies pirated video as it is uploaded to the site... providing content owners provide copies of copyrighted material.
Can't remember which came first - Duke or Quake? Struggling for ideas to expand the project you're working on beside tossing in some normal maps? A new wiki designed to be a database of gaming innovation might help.
October 15 2020 | 14:00
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