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Facebook conjures up a trap for the unwary: scanning your camera for your friends

Auto-spam your friends with Photo Magic

Einstein's brain to be picked by satellites

Euro GPS misfires to test General Relativity

Comodo kills 'forbidden' certs

Internal-only certificates issued by accident

LG picks up US smartphone crumbs, gains on Apple and Samsung

Cupertino's iPhone 6 bounce starts to wear off

Sophos undertakes unified unified threat management unification

Heartbeat a neat threat intel feat, Sophos bleats

Packet floods can bork Borg's security kit

DoS vector for e-mail, content and Web appliances

IEEE hopes to standardise e-health communications

Ventures into the chaotic world of personal health apps

Ice volcanoes just part of Plutonic pandemonium

VideoNew Horizons' data hoard just keeps getting better

Rackspace beats The Street with strong Q3

No sign of AWS squeeze in financials

All cooped up and nowhere to go, US and German spooks spied on each other

Fingers crossed behind backs as NSA, BND, make Bad Aibling deal

Team MIPS tries to spoil ARM's party with new 64-bit Warrior, 32-bit microcontroller brains

What a coincidence

Untamed pledge() aims to improve OpenBSD security

Monkey with the wrong permissions, your program dies

Outrageous OPSEC: What happens when skiddies play natsec

Rocket Kitten phishermen self-d0x with hard-coded credentials

Riding on the memory bus: Micron brings out 8GB flash DIMM

Rival to Diablo Technologies and SanDisk offerings

What the Investigatory Powers Bill will mean for your internet use

IPBSo who REALLY knows what I access? Google

China’s chip shop makes dash for flash with huge new fab

Tongfang Guoxin aim to be in production within two years

Reg mashup rates CompSci unis for books, booze and boogie

Let's not let the The Complete University Guide's new rankings stand alone, shall we?

TalkTalk: Data was 'secure', erm, we beat rivals on price. Um, scratch that...

Advertising regulator now involved

Voda boss claims 'turning point' as infra investment kicks in

Operator posts £1.58bn loss in first half of fiscal year

Royal Mail mulls drones for rural deliveries

Driverless vans also a lovely idea, says chief exec

How Twitter can see the financial future – and change it

Arrest over alleged market manipulation reveals odd thing

Anything AWS can do: Microsoft announces UK data centre region for Azure cloud

Plus: MoD takes up private Office 365 offer

Block storage is dead, says ex-HP and Supermicro data bigwig

InterviewRecent consolidations show ‘distinct lack of imagination’

White box servers? We can do that, says HP Enterprise chief

InterviewGive us your hosting masses

GCHQ director blasts free market, says UK must be 'sovereign cryptographic nation'

IA15Hannigan also denies spy agency ever wanted backdoors

Here are the graphics processors cloud giants will use to crunch your voices, videos and data

Well, in Nvidia's dreams, anyway

Tim Cook: UK crypto backdoors would lead to 'dire consequences'

IPBWeakening encryption will only hurt the ‘good people’

NHS IT must spend a fortune to save a fortune, says McKinsey

Just a paltry £8bn needed over the next five years

HGST closing SSD plant in Malaysia – report

MOFCOM decision starts to have real world ramifications

ProtonMail 'mitigates' DDoS attacks, says security not breached

Launch of ProtonMail 3.0 now knocked back

Three men indicted over JPMorgan Chase megahack

Two Israelis and one American face list of 23 charges

So. Farewell then Betamax. We always liked you better than VHS anyway

Tape production ceases after 40 years

ARM's new Cortex-A35: How to fine-tune a CPU for web browsing on bargain smartphones

Proof that Brits are experts on forming queues

ARM reveals the Internet of Things security defenses hackers will inevitably learn to evade

TrustZone in microcontrollers and mbed OS waddles on

DataDirect shovels ever more IOPs into core storage array

SFA14K boosts performance quite a lot, capacity a little

UN privacy head slams 'worse than scary' UK surveillance bill

And calls father of the internet Vint Cerf dumb

Qualcomm sheds last veil from Snapdragon 820

Hopes that 2015 was just a bad dream

Cops gain access to phone location data

Supreme Court rejects robber appeal and adds to already confusing situation

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