* Posts by Groove-Cat

18 posts • joined 4 Oct 2019

NSO Group fires back at Facebook: You lied to the court, claims spyware slinger, and we've got the proof


Re: (anti) social network.

LOL. fair enough... I expected nothing less from this audience, but you lot know what I meant by that. :)


(anti) social network.

With the Cambridge Analytica thing, Australians wanting to sue to arse off Facebook and now this...

Can we please just shut this anti-social network down already? Maybe then we can get back to talking to one another vis-à-vis?

IBM's outgoing boss Rometty awarded $20m+ in 2019 for growing revenue 0.1%



what a fcuking clusterfcuk! I am mean an out-going Executive leaves with $10+ million in her hand, all the while staff, at the coal face doing all the actual work, get shafted with more redundancies?!

I despair! I really do.

Oracle staffers in Europe weather cloudy job cuts: As many as 1,300 workers face chop after sales slide


Re: Oracle staffers in Europe weather cloudy job cuts...

As an ex Oracle staffer, shafted is kind.....

What was that unofficial mantra? "If you are not sales or marketing, you are considered an overhead"

Aww, a cute mini-moon is orbiting Earth right now. But like all good things, it too will abandon us at some point


That's no moon....


If the words 'new', 'AI', 'for', 'the', 'physical', 'world', 'accelerate' and 'Facebook' scare you, click this headline


T-800 anyone?

pizza deliveries today, tomorrow.....

WindiLeaks: 250 million Microsoft customer support records dating back to 2005 exposed to open internet


Re: Data Leeks

saw my typo too late and thought fcuk it... :D


Data Leeks

Seriously, WTF is going on these days... too many times recently I read about data leeks.

Are sysadmins becoming complacent or just fcuking lazy?

Chrome suddenly using Bing after installing Office 365 Pro Plus... Yeah, that might have been us, mumbles Microsoft


Re: Feels like a joke we play on each other at work.....


go 8 minutes in. or enjoy the whole clip. old skool, but still funny.


Re: Antitrust

How about Bonzi buddy app that liked the reset your homepage to bonzi.com, WITHOUT permission....

I say app, i mean adware, spyware piece of crap. :D


No Motorola Razr comeback orders in 2019: Costly foldy nostalgia mobe pulled back


Re: 128GB of ROM?

yeah but this is a tech rag. El Reg should know their RAM from their ROM..... TSK!

you guys starting drinking already? ;)

'Tis the season to be wobbly: HSBC online and mobile banking services suffer not one but two major outages in 12 hours


Cash is King.

that is all. :)

Happy Fridays, everyone.

Samsung says sorry as union-busting chairman and VP head off for 18 months in the chokey


Tech Exec Clink.

best the US start construction of one soon. seems like the place will fill up pretty quick.

oh and make sure that the whole complex is surrounded by a Faraday cage.... :D

Larry Ellison sets the Catz among the pigeons: Safra officially sole Oracle CEO


Um... well done?

slow news day? Now if there was some parallel universe in which the Big Red made a loss, I might be a little more "pleased"

Oracle finally responds to wage discrimination claims… by suing US Department of Labor


I used to work for Big Red for 2 years. Fcuk me, that was enough!

There seemed to be this unwritten mantra, "If you're not sales or marketing, you were considered an overhead"

I worked in Cloud Support, so yeah that made me feel warm and fuzzy inside. :/

Even if Ellison gave all his money away today, that would be great, but he would still be a dickhead.

Microsoft takes us to 2004 with new Windows 10 so you don't mistake it for Server 2003


Re: "light on features to enliven a keynote, but heavy on fixes"

I think that it also has something to do with Office..... Now i know that you get free and in most cases betters versions of an office suite. But, it's Outlook and most businesses are still wary of free OS's, like Mint.

Helen Fospero makes yet another Brit telly presenter to win IR35 case against taxman


I am another that can attest to the almost criminal way the HMRC works. years ago as a contractor they approached me in regards to a tax return from years before, claiming that I owned them 9.5k. they even had the audacity to send the bailiffs to my house with a letter of disrestrate (remove items from my home to the value of) about a week after the initial letter. I dread to think what might have happened had i been home that day, as it turned out the fcukers owned me 950 quid.

it seems the HMRC are putting the values in the wrong columns on the spread sheet!

HP polishes the redundancy cannon, prepares to fire 16% of workforce


"HP can digitally transform and disappear up their own ethernet cable for all I care."

that's one cup a tea you owe me. :)


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