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Confirmed: How to stop Windows 10 forcing itself onto PCs – your essential guide

Official from the Redmond horse's mouth

Half of AT&T's networks are controlled by open-source SDN code

Fun fact of the day, we think you'll find

Intel lobs out new Core m3/m5 Compute Sticks, shouts 'Fetch!'

Choose your adventure: Windows 10 or Linux

Patch now: VMware Tools for Windows root holes fixed in update

ESXi, Fusion, Player and Workstation have in-guest privilege escalation bug

Oz gummint's miserly data retention cash-splash launched

$128 million up for grabs

Crafty booby-trapped invoice malware empties Japanese bank accounts

And only 7 per cent of antivirus packages can block it

BoMed: Oz weather bureau network struggles to its feed

Network outage froze updates

Devs get malicious root app militia on Play Store, sell pumped up ratings

Modders at risk

Good news, OAuth is almost secure

Boffins turn up a couple of protocol vulns in Facebook's login standard

Who's laughing now, doubters? Cloud makers rake in £75bn in sales

Growing like Topsy

Checkpoint chap's hack whacks air-gaps flat

32c3Bought a shiny IP KVM? Uh-oh

Use of big data can lead to 'harmful exclusion, discrimination' – FTC

Data model should take account of biases

Call of Duty terror jabber just mindless banter

VideoSecurity bods laugh at fear-monger failure

Swiss try to wind up Apple with $25k dumb-watch

H. Moser & Cie poke fun at Sir Jony's precious arm candy

Lovelace at 200: Celebrating the High Priestess to Babbage's machines

The ordinary heroine turned cultural and computing icon

Was Android moving to OpenJDK really a Google gift to devs?

CommentSemi-seasonal stocking filler was caught up in Oracle's Android fight

Smartphone hard, dudes, like it’s the end of the world!

Something for the Weekend, Sir?I like a party with 78% N and 21% O

Apple buys mood sniffer AI firm Emotient. Stop rolling your eyes at me, user

Slurped alongside VoctalIQ and Perceptio

Fujitsu ushers another ex-HPer into channel ranks

Getting the sales dial moving in right direction is a mater of life and death, says exec

TV streaming stick brings the movies and the network backdoors

EZCast password susceptible to brute-force attack – report

Three-years-late fit-to-work IT tool will cost taxpayers £76m

Poor old Atos and Capita now doing manual admin

Live-streaming paper plane drone takes to the skies

PowerUp FPV tin-rattles its way to $460k

Microsoft offers pay-as-you-go data SIM for Windows 10 devices

3G/LTE connectivity via partnership with French MVNO

Romanian cops bust ATM 'jackpot' cash-grab suspects in EU-wide op

Tyupkin nasty said to have been used by alleged miscreants

Motorola cut in half! But still alive, and ready to live again

Lenovo confirms batwings are still very much in evidence

Catalan town hall seriously downsizes monarch

Passport-sized portrait of King Felipe VI adorns council chamber

BT and Openreach: Splitsville or not? We'll not find out till Feb – at the earliest

Fate of infraco might not be decided until 2017 says Ofcom

Juniper Networks planned upgrade kicks down some services

Sources whisper that it could go on for another week

Chinese unleash autonomous airborne taxi

Where's my bloody flying car? Here it is, sort of

IBM cloud chief joins top-brass exit

Power duo follow software supremo Mills

Proact CEO calls it a day after roller coaster profits ride

Head of UK subsidiary gets call from board, 'grow our services biz'

Boozing is unsafe at ‘any level’, thunders chief quack

Show us your science. What? You mean you don’t have any?

Barracuda Networks: I see revenues rise, but cloud's a blight...

The SMB rush, the net loss not slight

UK energy minister rejects 'waste of money' smart meters claim

Former Tory adviser said the scheme is a 'ghastly mess'

Jenkins issues code of conduct to keep rowdy automation fans in line

Trolling, harassment frowned up. Passing port to the right is OK

Star Wars BB-8 toy in firmware update risk, say UK security bods

Something, something, something … exploiting a connection

American cable giants go bananas after FCC slams broadband rollout

Cynical exercise or uncomfortable truths?

Hacked OPM won't cough up documents on mega-breach – claim

Sure, NOW they figure out how to hide their records…

Cocky SpaceX will try another sea landing with next rocket launch

Because why make things easy?

Basho bashed by bolshy backer, ex-boss claims in court brouhaha

Early investors join former board chairman and CEO in suing NoSQL database biz

Going on a date, and it's just the two of you? How ... quaint. OkCupid's setting up threesomes

It's 2016 – open relationships and fluid genders are its thing

How hard can it be to kick terrorists off the web? Tech bosses, US govt bods thrash it out

Uncle Sam wants to cut these Daesh-bags off from social networks, encryption

Cardinal sin: Ex St Louis baseball exec cops to 'hacking' rival team's db

And it's root, root, root all their files...

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