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Inside Nvidia's Pascal-powered Tesla P100: What's the big deal?

GTC16Under the hood of the HPC, AI workhorse ... which'll be coming to a desk near you

Microsoft updates Azure Stack preview

Adobe preps emergency Flash patch for bug hackers are exploiting

As if the world needed yet another reason to finally flush Flash forever

Homeland Security report hoses down energy-sector 'cybergeddon' talk

+CommentIt's all the media's fault. Even when the DHS hypes things up

AMD Bristol Ridge finds first home in HP ENVY x360

Contactless payments come to in-flight entertainment units

Get ready to pay for movies, people

Hacked-corporate-email-as-a-service costs just US$500 a seat!

Email's cheap, but cracked Australian credit cards remain the world's most expensive

Security bods disclose lock bypass bug in iOS

UpdatedLet the wild speculation about just how the FBI cracked San Bernardino killer's phone begin

Intel-men, start your engines! Chipzilla gets into the car silicon caper

Acquires Yogitech for its certification smarts

Australian Bureau of Statistics stops counting 24Mbps broadband services

Conspiracy-theorists, get out your tinfoil hats and wallow in the 1.71 Exabytes of data we download every 90 days signs on to integrate Intel's Snap

Optimising workloads in the world of Docker

Cisco slots in Xeon v4s

VMware dumps vCloud Air from user group and home lab code bundle

UPDATEVMUG Advantage and EVALExperience users to be migrated somewhere, soon

Intel restructures financial reporting to 'provide visibility'

Not drowning under-performing products, waving happily about the whole business. Really.

Barbie-brained Mattel exec phell for phishing, sent $3m to China

Hackers scoped internal structures to figure out who had authority to send funds

Google reveals own security regime policy trusts no network, anywhere, ever

'BeyondCorp' plan prefers analysis of user behaviour and device state instead

AWS to crack $10bn annual sales this year says Jeff Bezos

Says all other tech companies care only about following competitors

Storage admins.... they'll take your jobs

BlogIt's the end of an era

SimpliVity slips Hyper-V into its hyper-converged party

Ready and waiting for you, sir, please do come in...

We bet your firm doesn't stick to half of these 10 top IT admin tips

And if you're an evil BOFH type, here's how to tell if your Boss is an eejit

Feature-rich Vivaldi rolls out, offering power users a choice

Speedy, but some way to go

Inflatable space podule set for orbital trial

Bigelow's soft habitat off to ISS this Friday

Zstor bakes NVMe external array access into new line, serves up delicious flash for all

External servers now get SSD class response times, firm says

Speaking in Tech: Can Tesla make enough spare parts? Can it make enough CARS?

PodcastElon Musk is a perpetual kickstarter. When will he run it like a company?

ESA decupboards asteroid-dusting brush-o-matic

Sample-gathering gadget heads for zero-grav tests

Angry Vodafone customers spark Ofcom probe after phone bill overcharge snafu

Possible partial outage also comes to light

Call the doctor... no, call security. Docs' mobiles are hopelessly insecure – study

Get patching. Stat

Nokia axes jobs

IBM, SAP in cloud deal

Logicalis Euro honcho Spirlet quits for exec role at Cisco

Turn around – every now and then I get a little bit nervous...

Kik opens bot shop, promises world+dog access to teen market

'Every bot on Kik should have the potential to improve people's lives' says company

Google's dream city isn't a new idea

Smart Lab for pesky human experiments? You're not the first, Mr Alphabet

Turbo-charged quantum crypto? You'll need Cambridge laser boffins for that

Pushing one laser beam inside another

ZTE warns of US probe

Wanna be a DevOps expert? You’ll have to be a Red Hat expert first…

At least that’s what Red Hat says...

Huawei unveils P9 phones

Axellio! X-IO conjures up hyper-converged PCIe monster

CommentThe NVMe fabric shared flash storage sun rises

Nest kills Revolv

Florida weed suspect cuffed after hoverboard pursuit

Not the most effective getaway vehicle

Google, Rackspace to together unfurl DIY Power9 server designs

OpenPower SummitWeb giant loves to keep its options open ... right, Intel?

Inside Nvidia's AI-in-a-box

Facebook censors Scunthorpe band

iPhone SE already on back-order

Google in Power9 push

Open-source vuln db closes – plenty of taking and not a lot of giving

Yes, we're looking at you, McAfee

.XYZ files appeal brief

Congressman called out for $1,300 video game binge

Vaping California rep Steams over 'unauthorized' expense listings

Nest's bricking of Revolv serves as wake-up call to industry

Open source software and a DNS for the internet of things needed

Huawei's P9 flagship: There's a lot to Leica

Hands OnA dual lens beauty that can play with the big boys

Apple faces €48.5m fine from furious French

Regulators say deals with carriers went too far

Australia's broadband policy is a flimsy, cynical House of Cards

Prime Minister Turnbull is strangling our economy

Bezos defends Amazon culture in letter to shareholders

It's a great place to fail! No, really, look at the Fire product line

Hubble spies supermassive black hole in surprising spot

Two holes become one

Sony settles Interview breach suit

Waleed Aly's NBN intervention is profoundly unhelpful

One second of buffering is entirely acceptable for almost anything

Cisco warns of 'critical' risks from web bugs and insecure SSH keys

Fresh round of network security patches served

White House flushes away court-ordered decryption like it was a stinky dead goldfish

Forthcoming legislation looks dead in the water

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