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Cable fault lies 98 km from Tassie coast, company says
Lockheed-Martin promises patched code will soar this month
Former federal treasurer's back-of-envelope maths says world's missed BEELLIONS
Sino-US trade tensions rising again
10Gbps is tooooo light. 40 Gbps is toooo expensive. Is Mellanox just right?
Choose-your-own-adventure must be solved before entry to the Gates of Google. Or yours
Robber clobbered but catching carder is harder
Beta site security bug squished
Step 1. Simply take over a victim's mobile phone number
Big Red's veteran support staff aren't happy about changes they're being asked to wear
QCon LondonArchitect for failure, sure, but know that it will never be easy
New delivery address: my place
That isn't a joke – they run IBM's Employee Assistance Programme
'Left wing groups' blamed
Article 76 & Recital 112 of the GDPR should keep data controllers 'honest'
Los educadores honran a la legendaria misión del Playmonauta
UK spymaster tells MIT that all must cooperate in response to crims' use of ciphers
The PC is here to stay – but it has lots of little friends now
I am a millionaire. You're a selfish consumer. He's a filthy capitalist pig
ZX Spectrum retro gaming console a big Indiegogo hit
It’s probably already happened, but you just haven't seen it...
Could it be? Yup, rumours of an M10 are doing the rounds
Database giant opens up APIs to analytics hardware accelerators
10GB/sec? Not too bad, even for an SSD
Containers aren't persistent. Our thingy is, promises firm
Mighty polyethylene orb eyes ultra-long flight record
Supplier is the latest big name to get a slice of the outsourcing
An out-stretched arm slowly disappears...
This means cops' face recog tech is mostly unregulated
Five per cent across the board
AnalysisProLianting database and analytics apps faster with flashed DIMMs
The path's clear for Loon, the stratospheric data slurper
ReviewNo bling, just minimal surfaces. Apps, though...
We do Linux. We do Java. Second surprise in a week from the Windows company
On the bright side, there's a twist
More Inception than legal argument at this point
That's not how this works, that's not how any of this works
Sales crushed, losses strain the floorboards, and where exactly is the exit?
It's the Big T's usual play: own the network, build services, insist integration delivers a better experience
Patch TuesdaySo update your software – now!
Is this the final death knell for president Benoît Battistelli?
World's richest man does his fourth ask-me-anything Q&A, leaves web scratching its head