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Trump carded: Wannabe prez's hotels 'ground zero' in banking breach

Crooks said to have pilfered payment info from resorts

We read Hewlett Packard Enterprise's 316-page post-split blueprint so you don't have to

SEC docs show shape of tomorrow's HP after breakup

Ganges Web Services to launch in 2016

AWS promises bit barn splashdown in India next year

Cash-strapped Chicago slaps CLOUD TAX on Netflix, Spotify etc users

Streaming services to carry 9% fee ... but is it legal?

PeopleSoft p0wnage possible with a day of GPU brute-forcing

Researcher finds 500+ vulnerable systems, some at banks and military users

Rise of the Machines: ROBOT KILLS MAN at Volkswagen plant

Operator error, not Skynet, is early suspect

South Australia becomes the IaaS FlexPod state

State Government commits to iiNet's NetApp/Cisco/VMware cloud

20-yr-old Brazilian births 100 banking trojans

Who cares about OPSEC with slack laws and busy cops?

LG won't fix malware slinging bloatware update hole

Smartmobe bloatware goes from annoying to dangerous AND annoying

Windows 7 and 8.1 market share surge, XP falls behind OS X

It looks like the world wants freebie Windows 10 upgrades

Oil & gas? Pah. We’ve got a MASSIVE 3D printer, beams Dubai

And as soon as we order some toner we’ll print you a fully functional office

Privacy watchdog ICO slashes its fines in half

Not interested in punishing companies 'left, right and centre' spied on human rights warriors at Amnesty International

Snooping could cost lives, group claims

FBI updates Most Wanted cyber felons list, offers US$4.2m bounties

Zeus creator has $3m on his head, may be boating on the Black Sea

Facebook unveils SECRET logo furtle – in a TWEET

Still white on blue, but now with custom typeface

NHS IT failures mount as GP data system declared unfit for purpose

‘Failed projects have long been an expensive cliché … this is no exception’

Chair legs it from UK govt smart meter installation programme

Was Baroness McDonagh pushed or did she jump from sinking ship?

F# earns Syme top Royal Academy of Engineering award

3D hip replacements and in-factory stuff finder also earn applause

40 states line up with Mississippi in Google Adwords pharma scrap

AG alarmed at pre-emptive Chocolate Factory legal moves

French privacy cops snarl at websites over crap EU cookie warnings

Banners and browser settings are not enough, you muppets

PayPal chomps up money-moving biz Xoom ahead of eBay split

Company waves credit card, splashes $890m to 'broaden market'

Hacker plunders Plex, demands bitcoin payoff to avert FULL EXPOSURE

Firm: Chill – no credit card data was pillaged and the rest was hashed and salted

New racks, cables for aging and neglected data centres

Time for a power trip

Atos buys up Xerox ITO, splashing almost $1 billion in process

French firm sets its sights on US takeover

Wikipedia jumps aboard the bogus 'freedom of panorama' bandwagon

Thing that won't happen definitely won't happen. Shocking, innit

Apple's Swift creeps up dev language survey – but it's bad news for VB

Fruity programming language makes headway

Harvard: Psst, Mr Future President. We just got PWNED by hackers

So change your password now ... and again in a few weeks

The case against Open Compute Project Storage flotation

InterviewOCP-S caught in no-man's land between enterprise and hyper-scale

Original Lizard Jesus is found in Wyoming

As in a lizard that walks on water, not as in 'David Icke was right about Our Lord'

Fujitsu 'insurgent' Keegan pops up in top EMEIA post

Ireland boss adds UK to her list of duties

YouTube is responsible for user content, says German court #1

But doesn't have to pay up, rules German court #2

IPT: Sorry we confused Amnesty International with Egyptian group

Misattribution was my snafu, not GCHQ's, sez prez

Red Hat rolls elastic Linux under SAP's HANA

Server friend finds love in big, bouncy AWS cloud

Kelway MD: A deal with CDW is NOT around the corner

'Listen people, calm down and carry on'

Apple Music: First three months for free? We lasted less than 3 hours

Quick lookCupertino hopes you forget to unsubscribe before the payments start?

Rigby clan jumps into private equity game

Industry vet Paul Eccleston heads up investment arm for Midlands-based group

Nutanix vs VMware blog war descends into 'he said, she said' farce

There’s a way to end this, guys – just release your test results

'I am so TIRED of your bullsh*t...' Sprint boss flips lid at T-Mobile US CEO

Marcelo Claure in public Twitter meltdown

NexGen releases goodies for next-gen software package

VM-level QoS should reduce vMotion disturbances

Intel 80386 queen Renée James quits as chipmaker's president

Will assume role of CEO of another company in January

Hold my vodka, comrade – I got this: Ruskies blast supplies to the ISS

UpdatedStep aside, Musk, and see how Ivan does it

Uncle Sam poised to OK AT&T DirecTV gobble

FCC, DoJ both said to be nearing approval on mega-merger

Microsoft: Stop using Microsoft Silverlight. (Everyone else has)

Says websites should switch to HTML5-based playback as netizens snub plugins

A looksee into storage upstart Hedvig's garage

+CommentQuick dip under a distributed storage platform's covers

Digital Transformation Office CEO's record reveals project wobbles

Little sign of turnaround at the Ministry of Justice on Paul Shetler's watch

Facebook prepares to STRAFE the developing world with FRICKIN' internet LASERS

Airborne podules to soak the planet in cat vids

Japan's NTT whips out OpenStack cannon at cloud Godzilla AWS

Tokyo wants to avoid head-to-head with Amazon

Looking forward to getting Windows 10 the day it ships? Yeah, about that...

Not everyone will get it all at once

Ford recalls 433,000 cars: Software bug breaks engine off-switch

Turning it off and on again not possible until a dealer fixes it

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