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OVO's OVOPlay to become new home of club rugby broadcasting

OVO's provocation of competitors to better compete and consumers to switch over (or is that Ovo?) continues with its latest content deal: a digital broadcasting deal with the Brumbies.

Theo de Raadt: "This Intel CPU is amazing. They sure are keeping it fresh and new!"

Recompiling is unlikely to be a catch-all solution for a recently unveiled Intel CPU vulnerability known as TLBleed, the details of which were leaked on Friday, the head of the OpenBSD project Theo de Raadt says.

HP patches for iLO may be tough to locate: researcher

An European researcher says that even though HP has released patches for a vulnerability in the server management solution that is used to gain remote access to baseboard management controllers — which have been embedded in most HP servers for the last decade — users who want to patch may have problems locating the fixes on HP's website.

Jake Williams: "...it's ridiculous that this isn't eligible for a bug bounty. It's insane that Intel thinks it doesn't deserve a CVE."

A security researcher says a fix for a new vulnerability in Intel processors is likely to require changes to the core operating system and would probably need "a ton of work to mitigate (mostly app recompile)".

Ibrahim Diallo.

A tech worker in the US lost his job due to the company's automated systems removing him from the rolls eight months into a three-year contract because his manager did not update his contract terms.

Google coders refuse to build tech for military projects

Software engineers in Google's cloud business flouted orders from their managers to build air-gapping into technology that would help the company win military contracts, a report claims.

Microsoft, UK firm working on blockchain to track gaming royalties

Software giant Microsoft and British service company EY are working on a blockchain network that can streamline the calculation of royalties between Microsoft, game publishers and developers among others.

Brian Krzanich has quit as chief executive of Intel.

Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich has resigned after the company discovered he had a consensual relationship with a staff member in violation of Intel's non-fraternisation policy.

SUSE releases enhancements to CaaS platform

Germany-based SUSE Linux has released SUSE CaaS Platform 3, the third iteration of its container as a service platform.

The OpenBSD logo.

The OpenBSD project, which produces an UNIX-like operating system of the same name, has decided to disable support for hyperthreading for Intel processors as it could lead to data leaks in a manner similar to that caused by the Spectre flaws in Intel processors announced earlier this year.

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