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The NHS wants more data about your health - and your smartphone could be the answer
Public health services in the UK want to go digital - but does the public trust them enough with their data?

Programming language Python 2's end looms, so why will many miss the deadline?
Python 2 may be reaching end of life, but old Python 2 code will remain around for years to come.

Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales has quietly launched a Facebook rival social network
Would you pay to join a social network? Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales thinks up to 500 million people could.

When one isn’t enough: This shady malware will infect your PC with dual Trojans
Low detection rates and the drop of not one, but two Trojans, spells trouble.

Mulesoft says its Anypoint Runtime Fabric will run on Google Cloud Platform
Connectors between Mulesoft's Anypoint platform and Google BigQuery will make it easier to combine data sets for line of business users.

Labour's free broadband plan has big problems, but gets one vital thing right
Giving everyone in the UK access to the fastest broadband for free could have a transformative effect on the country.

US charges men with cryptocurrency theft, SIM-swapping attacks
Hundreds of thousands of dollars in cryptocurrency was allegedly pilfered from victim wallets.

Best Dell Black Friday 2019 deals
We combed through Dell's Black Friday 2019 ad and found the best tech deals from its sale.

Why business leaders are short sighted on AI
A new white paper tracks a big blind spot among business leaders considering implementing artificial intelligence.

Google to US Android users: We're giving you RCS messaging – here's why it's better
Google will start to roll out RCS messaging via its Messages app in the US in coming weeks.

Cybersecurity is heading into a recruitment crisis: Here's how we fix the problem
Businesses need to think about security differently, from the kinds of people they hire and how they recruit them, to the role of the security team.

ACCC says it's nearly ready for the Consumer Data Right February 1 deadline
The consumer watchdog says it's finalising the build for the accredited register list of participating data receivers.

NBN increasing 12Mbps connections for first time in a year: ACCC
Over 1 million premises are once again on the lowest speed tier available on the NBN.

Google Chrome experiment crashes browser tabs, impacts companies worldwide
In what looks to be the Chrome team's biggest misstep, companies report massive outages caused by unannounced Chrome experiment.

Clampdown on US border device searches not such a big deal
Alasaad v. Mcaleenan acknowledges the intrusiveness of digital searches, but it's only about "contraband" and falls short of requiring a warrant. It's time for SCOTUS and Congress to dig deeper, say experts.

Westpac readies for new tech dubbed 'ambient intelligence'
The bank's new CTO wants to 'mesh' the bank's technologies together so the customer experience is seamless.

eHealth NSW's new service management platform used by over 140,000 staff
It hopes to eventually save healthcare staff around 500,000 hours of work.

Airtel once again pinned for dragging down Singtel earnings
Adverse court judgment in India slaps Singtel with a SG$1.4 billion hit to its bottom line.

Going deeper: Moveworks snags $75M in new money to bolster deep learning in enterprise
Moveworks has been bringing natural-language bots to help desk applications, and it just got a giant new round of funding to commercialize large-scale NLP processing models such as Google's BERT.

NBN migration revenue helps Optus to rosy second quarter
Most numbers are heading in the right direction for the Singaporean-owned telco.