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EMC CEO promises 'minimal disruption to existing product lines'

David Goulden pledges support stays the same, innovation for current products

Dell: How to kill that web security hole we put in your laptops, PCs

Promises to automatically remove root CA cert from machines from Nov 24

Wikipedia's on drugs again, complains Russia

No threat of ban yet, but it can't be far off on past form

Amazon now renting physical servers you can cuddle and love

Long term discount deals coming to make AWS different from hosting how exactly?

What America's drone owner database could look like in future

ID number per person, tiny gadgets exempted, personal info optional, etc

Dum dum dum - another cloud bites the dust (Adobe's photo cloud)

And Adobe's cloud's gone, and Seagate's cloud's gone, another one bites the dust

Pen tester sounds alert over 'gaping' flaws in Brit alarm platform

To update a CSL DualCom rig rip off the glue, unscrew the box, manually flash each unit

World's most complex cash register malware plunders millions in US

'ModPos' kernel monster threatens haul during festive shopping blitz

Paris, jihadis, tech giants ... What is David Cameron's speechwriter banging on about now?

Clare Foges' outburst pulled apart by law prof, infosec expert

British duo arrested for running malware encryption service

Customers freak, yell :Time to DBAN!"

Video still causing mobile data traffic to shoot through the roof

Add some M2M into the mix... and trouble's coming

ESXi's been borking VM backup and there's no fix yet

UpdatePatch lands, but prepare to reboot hosts and guests

Who's right on crypto: An American prosecutor or a Lebanese coder?

Special reportDistrict attorney and encrypted chat app dev sound off on privacy

Downloads for Windows 10 November big-bang build axed by Microsoft

Back to Windows Update like everyone else, IT pros

Google launches virtual plastic pal who's fun to be with

Faster, prettier Android Studio dev tool preview debuts

North Korea is capable of pwning Sony. Whether it did is another matter

Sysadmin blogPART 2 – It looked like a training exercise anyway

Oracle confesses to quietly axing its UK software support centre

ExclusiveMore than '1,000' jobs thought to be for the chop in worldwide downsizing

We pick storage brains: Has object storage endgame started?

InterviewToo many companies, too few projects.... right?

MoJ restarts troubled £250m National Offender management ICT system

Yes, again. Department on track to become IT basketcase

Science Museum trumpets Da Vinci expo

The Mechanics of Genius lands in London next year

NCC pays €133m for security shack Fox-IT

Dutch cyber company acquired as NCC dreams of glorious tomorrow

Randall Munroe spoke to The Reg again. We're habit-forming that way

Web comic author talks procrastination, illustration and the Thing Explainer ditches PHP for Calypso's JavaScript admin UI

Nice little open source reboot for a quarter of the web's sites

Systemax: Shuttering our North America Tech Group may cost $55m

Exiting leases, closing exec ops, selling inventory

'Hypocritical' Europe is just as bad as the USA for data protection

Max Schrems' bomb just keeps going off

A font farewell to Fontdeck as website service closes

It’s that, or ‘stagnate as competition improves’

TV broadcast vans drive ESA from Perth

Space agency seeks quieter spot for Oz launch tracking ops

Lenovo grabs HP Inc exec to run EMEA product and channel teams

The name's Bourguet, Pascal Bourguet

Uber wants UK gov intervention over TfL’s '5-minute wait' rule

Taking ‘money from drivers’ pockets’ claims taxi/app firm

Video malvertising campaign lasted 12 hours? Try two months

Vid crapware issue worse than you thought - researchers

Suck it, Elon – Jeff Bezos' New Shepard space rocket blasts off, lands in one piece

Pics and vidVTOL win for Blue Origin

NetApp, now much more object storage than you’d think

CommentAcquisitions finally being developed and put to use

Tech Data: If only we could discount forex and impact of closing country ops...

... we would have grown, grown you hear

Ex-IT staff claim Disney fired them then gave their jobs H-1B peeps

Where discrimination comes true, allegedly

Kim Dotcom slams 'dirty ugly bully' Uncle Sam as extradition hearing ends

It only took nine weeks

Cyber-terror: How real is the threat? Squirrels are more of a danger

CommentNo, go ahead, let's spend billions worrying about an iPearl Harbor

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