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Tech giants gang up on Obama over encryption key demands

C'mon, Barry. Quit trying to kick down our front doors

Industrial Wi-Fi kit has hard-coded credentials

Can't patch because there isn't one

Silicon Valley, episode 9: Too sexy for this headline, too sexy...

RecapCrotch touching, lawyers, of course it's on HBO

Cisco spins CERN partnership

Borg joins openlab project

United Airlines accounts open to mass lock-outs

Web pests can inundate carrier'call centre

Facebook decides space isn't its final frontier after all

Satellite project goes on back-burner: reports

Password-flogging phishing tool pwns EVERY iOS Mail app

Cupertino quiet on pop-up of doom

Google shares optical layer SDN with its friends

Drops new models into OpenConfig

NY, Connecticut investigate Apple for Music service violations

Panic in the disco as lawyers pick the playlist

Capita wins four out of five stars for 'good', 'inexpensive' service

Reviewers praise 'friendly, chatty' staff, 'value' and 'unlimited sauce'

Corporate cuddle: USTR linked arms with industry in TPP negotiations

Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V: how to win at lobbying

Trustwave: Here's how to earn $84,000 A MONTH as a blackhat

No ROI in security you say? Try a 1,425 per cent profit margin

HTC reflects on Champions League iPhone cock-up

And now for the final score – iPhone 1: HTC 0

Spanish TV journo leaves subordinates cowering after verbal shoeings

Vigón cleavage issues not adequately addressed

A 16 Petaflop Cray: The key to fantastic summer barbecues

UK’s Met Office embarks on vital save-our-burgers compute crusade

Shine a light on the rogue IT that hides in the company shadows

You might even find some gems

Online identity woes can only be solved through the medium of GIF

Non-graphical bods seek vendor support for Identity 3.0

Net neutrality? Meh. But don't you dare slow my video streaming

EU study finds hifalutin language interests folk less than practical effects

Israeli firm gets legal on Indian techie over ISP ad injection spat

UpdateStreisand Effect 2.0 kicks in as web laughs and points

MIT bods' digital economy babblings are tosh. C'mon guys, Economics 101

Worstall on WednesdayIt's not as if you're meant to know thi- oh, wait

EU: Explain your tax affairs. Google, Amazon, Facebook: Mmm... nah

Toothless Eurocrats wail and gnash gums over big biz invite snub

Bring on the Music, Apple: Spotify ups the ante - and money pot

Firm now valued at $8.5 BILLION, according to reports

Speaking in Tech: Has Apple ever done music right?

PodcastAt least the Internet of Everything is on its way

Do you use Hola VPN? You could be part of a DDoS, content theft – or worse

Former Lulzsec-ers, security pros poke the many holes

Mainframe staffing dilemma bedevils CIO dependents

Prospective skills shortage is biggest issue to hit mainframes since Y2K

Ex-Microsoftie in worthless Euro netizens data security promise

Pesky yanks at your cloudy info? No way

Nude celeb iCloud hack: Feds seize Chicago man's computers

‘Targeted attack’ traced back to IP address

RealSense possibilities: Dell Venue 8 7000 8.4in Android tablet

ReviewThe world’s first fondleslab with post-photo focus functions

Using leather in 'leccy cars is 'unTesla', rages vegan shareholder

Orwellian diktat ignored by sensible meat eaters

Nutanix hyper-converges upwards with bells, whistles and KVM

CommentMakes its Xtreme Computing Platform ready for launch

Prelude to Foundation: Startup FDS builds next silo-melding platform

Decline of CEO's earlier empires does not deter eager investors

Fourplay frolics: Vodafone launches landline broadband

TV the ‘step-change in customers’ lives’. But what's on? Football?

'Draconian' French Charteur des Snoopeurs gets senate approval

No judicial oversight for French spies hell-bent on listening to everyone

Nobel bro-ffin: 'Girls in the lab fall in love with me ... then start crying'

Don't be a dim c**t, Sir Tim Hunt

Unable to log on to online games? Blame cheap-rate DDoSers

Laying waste to human, elf, dwarf and orc alike, all for the love of gold

Top Eurocop: People are OK with us snooping on their phone calls

Perhaps he overheard them saying this while talking to loved ones?

Kaspersky Lab reveals Duqu 2.0 attack ON ITSELF during Iran nuke talks

Malware may have come from nation-state team, says Russian firm

Russia's to blame for pro-ISIS megahack on French TV network

APT28 crew left their fingerprints all over this one

Condoleezza to China: 'The rules' mean cyber-spying isn't allowed

Nobody trusts Huawei because of 'security issues'. *Cough* NSA *Cough*

US Congress oils up, jumps over ropes into DNS wrestling match

UpdatedNew bill would give it veto rights, new amendment kills funding again

Apple extends idiot-tax operation, makes devs pay to fix Safari snafus

Cough up $99 a year or be left powerless, chortles Cupertino

All right, who guessed 'street mapping' for those mystery Apple vans? Congratulations

Sorry 'self-driving car' folks, better luck next time

Config file wipe blunder caused deadly Airbus A400M crash – claim

Probe insiders indicate engine shutdown due to missing data

Gonna RUB MYSELF against the WALL: Microsoft's Surface Hub 84" monster-slab

PicsYou're gonna be the one that saves me - Redmond

Net neutrality starts this Friday! Kinda! Sorta! It's a little complicated ...

Let's go, America! So long as the court doesn't kill it, and the FCC doesn't need money

Australia's data retention regime starts October 13th says A-G

Deadline issued, cash splash details to fund retention rigs coming real soon now

Intel sharpening axe for job cuts this month – report

Gotta keep those expenses down somehow

Scientists love MacBooks (true) – but what about you?

Sysadmin BlogWhen users get freedom to choose

Exetel becomes Exit-tel, shows customers the door without explanation

'We wish you every success in the future', now go away, says Australian ISP.

Spooky ghost town vid perfectly sums up YouTube's 8K playback: It's virtually no use to anyone (yet)

VidG'on, give it a go

Microsoft to Linux users: Explain yourself

Redmond wants to know Linux better so it can build monitoring tools for penguinistas

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