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Yahoo! launches! password-free! push! logins! for! mobes!

'Death to passwords', cries Purple Palace

Standards body wants standards for IoT. Vendors don't care

Good luck, ISOC, you'll need it given some thing-makers still haven't discovered IPv6

Bug-hunt turns up vuln in LibreSSL

UpdatedCode review: it works

Facebook appoints self world police, promises state attack warnings

Oh great. Now that Facebook's done this, does your online service need to, too?

EA Games rubbishes Pastebin breach claim

Go ahead and change your password anyway, but not to "correct horse battery staple"

Connected kettles boil over, spill Wi-Fi passwords over London

Pen-tester's killer cuppas made in cracked iKettle

Samsung told to build bots who work for less than Foxconn staffers

South Korea's target is smartphones and other kit that currently requires human hands

Boffins' twisted enlightenment embiggens fibre

Spatial muxing inside optic fibre should give the net's backbone a boost

Shoebox-sized satellite enters orbit packing 3Mbps radio

Humanity's nano-sat swarm is taking shape in mere months

New Nexus 5X, 6P smarties: Google draws a line in the sand

ReviewIf you're going for Android, go to the source

Softcat hires another non-exec director as '£500m' IPO nears

The name's Ventress, Peter Ventress, licence to air your clean laundry in public

How Chairman Mao's secret military project led to a Nobel Prize

Western science + Chinese herbal remedies = win

Softcat to float in November, £500m market cap expected

Company has customer base of 11,400 SMBs, public sector and large enterprises

You know what storage needs? More doughnuts to flatten us up

Flatter hierachies, fewer hops: Rockport and the Torus interconnect

Dell-EMC deal could be a game-changer for mobile networks, too

EMC/Dell dealEricsson and Huawei better watch their backs

HP Cloud 28+ guru: 1,000 users in 6 months? Piece of cake

Canalys Channels ForumSingle cloudy marketplace hits EU in December

Pluto flashes its unusual pits

Nitrogen ice strangeness on 'weird' dwarf planet

China finally says yes to WD-HGST union

+CommentBut sales, brands must extend betrothal 2 more years

BlackBerry opens its Priv kimono just a little wider

Slider, slider burning bright, using Android day and night

UK biz email slinger Mimecast files for $100m IPO in US

Opts for Wall Street over the City... Fancy

Spectra Logic: You can't, er, stick to tape forever

Spectra SummitGetting creative in the conservative cold data market

'Blood on the carpet' ahead for outsourcers, says analyst research

Decline in mega deals points to crisis (of sorts) for system integrators

Huawei chucks a round $1bn at developers

It's all about customer biz needs, apparently

GCHQ to pore over blueprints of Chinese built Brit nuke plants

Concerns that software backdoors planted on plants

Elderly? Disabled? You clearly need a .38" Palm Pistol

Single-shot weapon is not a medical device, we're told

Ireland moves to scrap 1 and 2 cent coins

Cash transaction 'coin rounding' targets euro shrapnel

Softcat CEO: No sailing off into the sunset after the IPO for me

Post-float plans involve more punters, staff ... and 'possibly' acquisitions

Of OpenStack and Cloud Orchestrator

Untangle your infrastructure and service spaghetti

Let's talk about that NSA Diffie-Hellman crack

'Logjam' crypto bug researchers expand on theory in talk

Security experts split on whether China is breaking no-hack pact

The hacks go on...but are they state-sponsored?

US senators lean on ICANN, tell it to quit squirming and open up

Letter comes as organization meets to decide changes

Get ready to register your drones in the US – or else

Feds want to track and identify delinquent robo-copters

BBC shuts off iPlayer to UK VPNs, cutting access to overseas fans

Terror as millions of expats suddenly silenced

Some like it hot ... very hot: How to use heat to your advantage in your data center

AnalysisWe try to melt preconceptions about staying cool

CIA boss uses AOL email – and I hacked it, claims stoner teen

And now there's sensitive files in kid's hands – and all over the internet

Tired of waiting for feds, NSW mulls extra science for high schoolers

STEM the tide of science-illiteracy

SeaMeWe-3 cable connecting AU to Asia patched, new fault found

This is why your broadband will be slow until about October 30th

Temperature of Hell drops a few degrees – Microsoft emits SSH-for-Windows source code

Redmond hasn't forgotten about that promise

White House to Feds: Stop buying new PCs, laptops right now

Bean counters halt new gear purchases while it tries to figure out ordering system

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