June 18, 2018

Happy Monday. Each week we hand pick the most interesting tech/security related topics and send them to you. Last week Google Compute Engine had a little autofail, there’s promising developments on 5G networks for O2 customers, and a single character from an Indian language caused havoc on the internet.

Twitter phone crashes

Get ready for the 'text bomb'. How did a single character from an Indian language crash so many phones?

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Google’s admitted the Compute Engine outage was due to autoscale not working. More like autofail.

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First taste of 5G

Mobile giants O2 are making waves with plans to test their 5G networks and making them available to the public.

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Our cloud in 3D or VR

Most network diagrams are painfully dull. So we thought we’d put the fun into functional and make a 3D/VR model...

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Fake it till you make it

An ingenious group of techs and sociologists have developed a game to help us train our brains to recognise fake news.

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Flaw? What Flaw?

MS take ostrich head in sand approach to critical Skype security cock up. Stefan Kanthak is still hunting bugs then.

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