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Fifth arrest in TalkTalk hacking probe: Now Plod cuff chap in Wales

A ydynt yn hyd yn oed yn cael y rhyngrwyd yng Nghymru?

Dell computers bundled with backdoor that blurts hardware fingerprint to websites

AnalysisHow it works

Tor Project: Anonymity ain't free, folks. Pony up

Privacy network passes around the hat

Amazon resets account passwords feared compromised – report

Book baron keeps mum about reason for emergency emails

Second Dell backdoor root cert found

Blackhats, head straight to the airport lounge.

Hacker predicts AMEX card numbers, bypasses chip and PIN

Easy algorithm and US$10 bork-box mean fun for fraudsters

Mincing Nokia's factories made Microsoft a sausage factory

Redmond's diversity report reveals women bore brunt of 'restructure of phone business'

Cartoon brings proper tech-talk to telly

Amazing Gumball character 'bypassed storage controller, decrypted disks, accessed ESXi server cluster'

EMC mess sends New Zealand University TITSUP for two days

The more EMC tried to fix it, the worse things became

Why Microsoft yanked its latest Windows 10 update download: It hijacked privacy settings

Update now fixed, we're told

Grow up, judge tells EFF: You’re worse than a complaining child

Slacktivist setback

Microsoft Windows: The Next 30 Years

AnalysisIs Satya Redmond's Atatürk? Or พระบาทสมเด็จพระปรมินทรมหาจุฬาลงกรณ์ พระจุลจอมเกล้าเจ้าอยู่หัว ?

Google says it tried to preempt EU antitrust probe. That worked well

We're just so full of awesomeness even the nerdy kids want to regulate us

Telecity fails with car park net rescue plan. In fact, things got worse. Again

'Seamless' power transfer borked all the juice supplies

Thai women drugged punters 'with Xanax-spiked nipples' – cops

NSFWTourists incapacitated and robbed in chesticular sting

Eclipse staggers to feet, gets smacked by second DDoS

Internet service provider tells us: 'Internet based services' hit

Hilton confirms hotel credit-card-snaffling sales till malware hit

Check your bank statements if you paid on plastic

Brocade wrings profits from a steady-as-she-goes business

AnalysisThe SAN growth glory days are well and truly over, so where next?

Sales, share price sink for HP Inc – but it's relative glee for HPE

Who said breakin' up was hard to do?

Android Studio 2.0 preview gives developers instant preview of code changes

Latest developer tool also adds GPU profiler, Java to native debugging

UK gov sinks £25k into Pi-powered cyberdesk

The connected future of not owning your work space

Spending Review: GDS gets £450m, Cabinet Office budget slashed

Pledge for citizens to have option to pay online for every central gov service

Thin-lipped chancellor tight-lipped on contractor-nudge-onto-payroll plan

Autumn StatementSmall print says something's afoot ...

Dell-EMC deal difficulties: VMware and daddy postpone roadtrip

Sorry investors, we have to sort a Virtustream problem at home

Plusnet ignores GCHQ, spits out plaintext passwords to customers

At least we don't email them, says security-shy telco

IOCCO: Police 'reckless' for using terrorism powers on journo sources

No regard for human rights, judicial approval

VMware lawsuit fallout causes funding issues for GPL lobby group

Software Freedom Conservancy now gets the big tech cold shoulder, it claims

Fingers crossed tomorrow morning for Telecity's third repair shot

In the new circuit breaker we trust

Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Azure sitting in a tree, p-a-r-t-n-e-r-i-n-g

The company that's definitely not HP Inc makes Microsoft its 'preferred public cloud' supplier

Finding security bugs on the road to creating a verifiably secure TLS lib

Microsoft, French bods push for mathematically provable bug-free code

Samsung yanks plug out of rumors of networking biz sell-off

Everyone else: Samsung has a network business?

Nominet to hike price of UK web domains by 50%

Costs risen considerably, says CEO. Members not persuaded

Nest defends web CCTV Cam amid unstoppable 24/7 surveillance fears

The truth about camera that seemingly keeps recording even when powered off

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