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10 Best Retro Game Consoles (2024): Evercade, Polymega, Analogue Pocket, and Controllers

It’s a shame that two of the best retro gaming consoles in recent years, the NES Classic Mini and the SNES Classic Mini, have been discontinued. Both feature great designs with a miniaturized look that’s true to the originals, silky performance, and strong game lineups of Nintendo’s greatest hits. You can still buy them online …

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IR35: HMRC restores Github access to deleted CEST source code, but confirms update data lost

RTimages – stock.adobe.com After the source code for its much-maligned online IR35 status checker tool was deleted in error from Github, HMRC confirms it has now been re-uploaded, but any data about past updates to the tool have been lost By Caroline Donnelly, Senior Editor, UK Published: 11 Apr 2024 10:45 HM Revenue & Customs …

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Fujitsu public sector contracts dry up in Post Office scandal aftermath

Jose Ignacio Soto – stock.adobe. Disgraced IT supplier has won just one public sector contract following public anger over Post Office scandal By Karl Flinders, Chief reporter and senior editor EMEA Published: 11 Apr 2024 10:20 Fujitsu has won just one UK public sector contract so far this year, compared with seven at this point …

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Government dismisses Lords’ concerns over facial recognition

UK government is claiming police forces’ use of live facial recognition is comprehensively covered by existing laws, in response to a Lords investigation that found police lacked a clear legal basis to deploy it By Sebastian Klovig Skelton, Senior reporter Published: 11 Apr 2024 9:45 There is already a “comprehensive legal framework” in place to …

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Breakthrough may herald secure home quantum computing

An emerging approach to quantum security dubbed blind quantum computing may one day help spur mass adoption of quantum computing safely and securely, using technology that is already available today By Alex Scroxton, Security Editor Published: 11 Apr 2024 0:01 Scientists at Oxford University Physics have made a major breakthrough in the development of quantum …

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