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Flash memory will send hyperconvergence to hyper-speed

More data, faster, is all very well until it hits your network and servers. Which is why convergence matters

Smartphones help medicos, but security is a problem

It's great that doctors can email pictures of you to experts, but not when they use default apps

nbn special: See the FTTN and HFC cabinets coming to your street

Reg RoadtripVulture South ventures into the fibre-to-the-premises Goldilocks Zone

Chambers tells India Cisco's got another US$100 million to spend

Students and startups

Boffins find a way to put your facial expression on Donald Trump's mug

VideoOr any other talking head you choose: let a million memes bloom!

Oracle fights Russian software policy with Postgres smear

Big Red takes on home-grown software push by querying open source support, or lack thereof

Microsoft sets date for SQL Server on Linux

Be patient: first code won't land until 2017

MITRE's bug pilot program fix 'indefinitely' shelved amid criticism

Lack of consultation fingered for CVE allocation disaster

Mystery Kindle update will block readers from books after Wednesday

This is not the time to take your Kindle camping, people

Twitter at ten: The social network designed for 2006 struggles into a second decade

Thanks for the career, guys, covering you and connecting me to the storage community

iOS flaw exploited to decrypt iMessages, access iThing photos

Apple promises patch, boffins won't reveal details, FBI presumably salivating

Druva boxes clever

inSync cloudily protects Box, Google Work and Office 365

Gang of five plans extensions to Redfish management spec

Dell, HPE, Intel, VMware and Microsoft target BIOS, PCIe and storage management

Electronic Superhighway 2016-1966 – a retro: Texts, ar*se and ASCII rolls

PicsThe internet. Before Kim Kardashian. Yes, it really existed

So where has the legal 'right' to 10Mbps broadband gone?

AnalysisDigital infrastructure plans may be disrupted by the EU referendum

Intel in 3D and virtual reality dash

CommentStuff gets virtually real for Qualcomm's Snapdragon, too

'Hot Tech Talent' IT job board ads caught up in sexism allegations

You can't respect women and work in IT, duh

DevOps, huh? Show me the money. Show me the MONAY!

Is demand creating long-term career prospects with big salaries?

Lenovo says bye-bye to key exec amid massive spring reorganisation

Senior peeps shuffled, divisions sliced and diced in pursuit of... er, something

Zero-day vulnerability count up by, er, zero in 2015

Mind the app, says Secunia as bug count remains stable

Iain Duncan Smith's Universal Credit: A timeline

IDS steps down – what next for disastrous online benefits system?

Pope kicks off Easter week by triumphal entry into ... Instagram

Not a donkey in sight as Vatican overlooks Google, Apple platforms

What to call a £200m 15,000-tonne polar vessel – how about Boaty McBoatface?

The good people of Blighty have spoken

'Contractual barriers' behind geo-blocking could breach EU rules

Real talk: What does this mean for our Netflix subscriptions?

Microsoft to add a touch of Chrome to Edge

Would Windows 10 fall for this?

FCC boss: Oh look, net neutrality didn't end the world after all. Surprise!

Chairman Wheeler is having the last laugh

US Supremes to hear Samsung's gripes about the patent system after Apple billed it $550m

Come on, make a decision, you can't just keep us hanging on

Apple Macs, iPhones, iPads, Watches, TVs can be hijacked by evil Wi-Fi, PDFs – update now

UpdatediOS, OS X, watchOS, tvOS all patched

Apple stuns world with Donald Trump iPhone

Samsung, start your Xerox machines

Something useful from Cupertino?! Apple sees the light – finally

Night Shift and True Tone will make bed-readers and designers very happy

Obama bigs up His Man in Havana: Google

Unannounced Wi-Fi deal trailed in historic trip by US president

EMC drags Pure to court again, claims FlashArray rips off dedupe patent

Not so fast, upstart – get back here

Verizon: We're sick of waiting for the FCC, so here's our 'net neutrality'

American carrier says it won't throttle or promote any traffic on its network

Oz government wants much more personal data sharing

Innovation! Agile! Research! Oh, and privacy!

FBI backs down against Apple: Feds may be able to crack killer's iPhone without iGiant's help

NSA stopped giggling at the back, handed over an exploit?

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