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Robotic arm provides infosec automation for dodgy card readers

VideoMWR debuts automated security evaluation to tidy PoS authentication vulnerabilities

US military readies drone submarine hunter

VideoWarship is unmanned and – currently – unarmed

Latest Android phones hijacked with tidy one-stop-Chrome-pop

PacSecChinese researcher burns exploit for ski trip.

Net neutrality protestors bundled out of UN conference

Efforts to protest Internet.org in Brazil falter

Microsoft capitulates, announces German data centres

Clouds in Europe won't rain data onto US spies

Tor Project: US government paid university $1m bounty to hack our networks

How far did the Feds get into Tor?

Hackathons: Don't try them if you don't like risks

Rules and tools to get the most out of your pizza-replete staff

Oz railway lets newspaper photograph train keys

Your opsec slip is showing, Metro Rail

Oz e-health privacy: after a breach is too late

Privacy foundation slams 'dangerously naive' Senators

Instascam! Apple yanks phoney app, Google follows

Popular password harvester kicked off App Store and Play

Thanks for playing: New Linux ransomware decrypted, pwns itself

Romanian researchers lay waste to Linux badware, let users out of Cryptowall hell.

Samsung S6 calls open to man-in-the-middle base station snooping

PacSecResearch duo pop baseband chip in preliminary demo-hack

Big Bang left us with a perfect random number generator

Want a FIPS 140-2 RNG? Look at the universe

Got a time machine? Good, you can brute-force 2FA

Get rid of ntpdate, patch ntpd, says security researcher

The private cloud offers a good use case for object storage

Traditional storage conflicts a huge issue for distributed organisations

Shadow state? Scotland's IT independence creeps forth

National ID and police surveillance plans from our friends in the north

Nexgen’s QoS AFA has flash players in tiers

NAND replaces rotating rust in 3-tier box

Lenovo loses $784m in Q2. But actually things are OK

Integration and restructuring costs wipe out profits, sales rise

Got to be better than human protection: New firm using machine learning anti-malware

RotMLast stand against infection in UK biz drive

Tintri snaffles NetApp ONTAP engineering veep

+CommentTintri siren's song helps old order give way to new

Microsoft is about to launch a UK store within a store

WLTM new partner, GSOH, extra storage space desirable

Fraudsters are using you and this Ammyy of malware downloads

Miscreants learning the lessons of the cyberspies

Seagate offers California Uni genome data storage K-drives

UCSC becoming part of application developers ecosystem

IT contractors raise alarm over HMRC mulling 'one-month' nudge onto payrolls

'Unhelpful to be sprung on us like this', says freelancer group

Acer chief exec Stan Shih: Exiting the PC market? Not us!

IDC bloke grabs vendors, plants kiss of death on half a dozen of them

Hey, software entrepreneurs! Open Ocean puts €100m up for grabs

Euro upstarts should find it easier to become unicorns

German ATM displays bank’s network config data to infosec bod

Not a planned hack – but still a massive fail

Brits rattle tin for custom LCD Raspberry Pi funbox

Tingbot case with touchscreen – 'a platform for creative applications'

Drug-smuggling granny's vagina holds Kinder surprise

Plastic podule prison penetration plan

Huawei’s FusionSphere now a SAP-happy converged system

Telco behemoth claims support for high system capacity

Jenkins plugs 11 security holes with two updates

Zero-day vulnerability stoppered

Mozilla releases iOS app version of Firefox browser for world+dog

No longer a Kiwi-only plaything for Apple fanbois

MS Future Decoded conference, or The Empire Strikes Back

Advertising oddness and what MS really wants you to know

New Relic goes old school, wooing enterprises, partners at FutureStack

Sets up partner program for existing alliances

Microsoft rolls out first 'major update' to Windows 10

IT managers get to pick and choose patches

Apple's OS X App Store downloads knackered by expired security cert

Timing is everything

The Edward Snowden guide to practical privacy

NSA whistleblower talks turkey about personal surveillance

FCC revises router update rules after outcry

Promises it doesn't want to control software

Now we know why Philae phouled up comet landing

Plans for Rosetta probe to crash land on comet next year

Obama: Let me spam 600,000 of your customers with a TPP sales pitch. eBay: Sure thing, Barry!

Trade deal will be great for online tat peddlers, promises Prez

Telstra, nbnTM deny Brisbane build battle

Negotiations on hold until next year: report

Writing on the wall for Australian Technology Park

Atlassian miffed at missing out, western Sydney furious at bank relocations

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