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Fork it! Google fined €4.34bn over Android, has 90 days to behave

Analysis Vows to appeal as Euro competition commissioner says: Stop it now

Samsung DeX gives you a "Desktop experience" when docked to a full size screen

Samsung’s new phone-as-desktop is slick, fast and ready for splash-down ... somewhere

Hands-On DeX Pad doesn’t have an obvious role, but finding one will be fun

Samsung Galaxy S8 in black with infinity screen

Official: The shape of the smartphone is changing forever

Taller, narrower, and (some) notchier

So long and thanks for all the fixes: ERPScan left out of credits on Oracle bug-bash list

App security firm sanctioned in US over ties with Russia

Cutting ties

Code of conduct claims new Texas Instruments CEO after just six weeks

Chairman Rich Templeton will return to CEO role

Windows 10 IoT Core Services unleashed to public preview

Gizmos gain control over Windows 10 updates - at a price

Brits whinging less? About ISPs, networks and TV? It's gotta be a glitch in the Matrix

Happy now? For realsies?

So long and thanks for all the fixes: ERPScan left out of credits on Oracle bug-bash list

App security firm sanctioned in US over ties with Russia

Mellanox plumps up thanks to the storage world's hankering for high-speed Ethernet

Dell EMC and HPE help fuel record quarterly revenue

Brit watchdog fines child sex abuse inquiry £200k over mass email blunder

Breach identified potential victims taking part in probe

Reduxio turns inward and, er, sales off for the channel

New CEO prepares company for new direction

Fork it! Google fined €4.34bn over Android, has 90 days to behave

Analysis Vows to appeal as Euro competition commissioner says: Stop it now

Microsoft's 'room-scale' Ginormonitor probably not as big as a room

Inspire attendees paw at not-quite-a-Surface-Hub kit

Call records breach let users feel like Movistars (with everyone watching who they're talking to)

Enumeration bug potentially allowed users to peek at each others' details

Official: The shape of the smartphone is changing forever

Taller, narrower, and (some) notchier

Continuous Lifecycle 2019 call for papers is open NOW

Events Who do we want on stage? You of course

Micron-Intel 3D XPoint split: It's not you, it's m... nah, it is totally you

Comment Breakup lays bare Chipzilla's failures

Wearable hybrids prove the bloated smartwatch is one of Silly Valley's biggest mistakes

Analysis When dumb is usually smart enough

Samsung’s new phone-as-desktop is slick, fast and ready for splash-down ... somewhere

Hands-On DeX Pad doesn’t have an obvious role, but finding one will be fun

PayPal's pal Venmo spaffs your pals' payments – and yours

200 million transactions visible to all, inc. the inside dope on a cannabis seller's annual sales

Microsoft to pay new bounties for identity services holes

If ye can board Microsoft accounts, Azure AD or even OpenID without the skipper knowing, loot be your reward

Samsung touts bonkers-fast 8 Gbit DRAM for phones, AIs

Chip ships 6,400 Mbps, cuts power consumption

People hate hot-desking. Google thinks they’ll love hot-Chromebooking

Especially sysadmins who want to get off the fix-this-PC-now treadmill

AI can untangle the jumble of neurons packed in brain scans

Video Which should help neurologists to map the brain

The crowd roars and Ruckus joins in with 802.11ax kit

Access points gets WPA3, OFDMA, Bluetooth LE, Zigbee and more

Code of conduct claims new Texas Instruments CEO after just six weeks

Chairman Rich Templeton will return to CEO role

Google to build private trans-Atlantic cable from US to France

Bandwidth is better, down where it's wetter, take it from me!

AWS launches on-premises EC2 instances for reverse hybrid cloud

They’ll run on the Snowball Edge data transfer device, which packs a Xeon D

Blood test biz LabCorp pulls plug on systems over hacker fears

US medical testing giant says no evidence of data theft after alarms triggered

IBM attempts to graft VM security onto container flexibility

Nabla Containers promises reduced attack surface through fewer system calls

Webinar: Get a good look at Microsoft’s Windows Analytics suite

Promo Health regime for your Windows 10 devices

Scumbag confesses in court: LuminosityLink creepware was my baby

Man admits to selling remote access malware used by morons for spying

By Jove! Astroboffins spot 12 new spanking moons around Jupiter

Now it has 79 satellites, and one is a tiny 'oddball'

Y'know... Publishing tech specs may be fair use, says appeals court

Expect this one to be argued all the way to the Supremes

US voting systems (in Oregon) potentially could be hacked (11 years ago) by anybody (in tech support)

Updated ES&S admits a handful of systems were shipped with PCAnywhere tool

Commvault simplifies product count, condenses 20 into 4

Positive outcome from activist investor involvement

Look, what's that over there? Sophos nips Windows DNS DLL false positive in the bud

Temporary file during update shuffled off to quarantine

Devs: This is another fine Mesh you've got us into, Microsoft

Or: How I learned to stop worrying about infrastructure and love the cloud

What's in a name? For Cambridge Analytica, about a quid apparently

Seized servers, 'disappointing' offers, stolen laptops – it ain't easy being CA's administrator

Russia's national vulnerability database is a bit like the Soviet Union – sparse and slow

By design, though, not... er, general rubbishness

TalkTalk shrugs off moaning customers to claim 80,000 more

Back in black

Carlsberg: AI beer taster can now tell the difference between lager and pilsner

First they came for your cars. Now they're coming for your beers

Yar, thar she blows: Corp-cash-stealing email whaling attacks now a $12.5bn industry

Business accounts worth their weight in gold to scammers

Capita strikes again: Bug in UK-wide school info management system risks huge data breach

Updated Techies told to patch: ICO probes error that let pupils link to the wrong parents

Trump wants to work with Russia on infosec. Security experts: lol no

Thanks for Putin that out there

Oracle cuts ribbon on distributed ledger service

Big Red brags bank backing for blockchain biz

Skype Classic headed for the chopping block on September 1

You will learn to love version 8, whether you like it or not

You wanna be an alpha... tester of The Register's redesign? Step this way

We're switching up how the site looks – and we need your feedback

LG G7 ThinkQ: Ropey AI, but a feast for sore eyes and ears

Review Plus: Guess how much it costs.... oh, go on - have a guess!

EU plans for domestic exascale supercomputer chips: A RISC-y business

Analysis Consortium possibly looking to flex Arm muscle, too

Azure certifications are awful, Microsoft admits, so it has made new ones

Changes to add ‘more of the skills that you actually need to be successful’

Don't panic about domain fronting, an SNI fix is getting hacked out

Alternative proposed to sending server names in cleartext

Gov.UK to make its lovely HTML exportable as parlous PDFs

Adobe-spawn feels 'more tangible and credible' for government crusties

‘Elders of the Internet’ apologise for social media, recommend Trump filters to fix it

‘USENET was a pretty clear warning’ of things to come, says new draft IETF standard

'007' code helps stop Spectre exploits before they exist

Singaporeans boffins offer Spectre-protector as Fortinet ponders Android inoculation

Western Digital formats hard disk drive factory as demand spins down

Malaysia plant faces axe in 2019 while biz powers up more flash drive assembly lines

Cisco's made DNA Center open enough to out-run Amazon

Switchzilla's kit is programmable now, so anything Bezos does an army of developers can replicate

Submarine cables at risk from sea water, boffins warn. Wait, what?

The bits on land don't expect to get salty, and that's 1,100 Internet pieces of internet infrastructure in the US alone

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