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Saw-inspired horror slowly deletes your PC's files as you scramble to pay the ransom

VideoMalware recruits Billy the Puppet to extort money

Hyundai, Cisco auto tie-up

Four hundred MILLION vulnerable Androids are out there

Only 71 per cent of devices run security-supported versions of Alphabet's OS

IBM expands Ustream

VMware says users run away screaming after trying OpenStack

CEO Pat Gelsinger announces above-expectations Q1 results and share re-purchase plan

NZ government scraps e-voting trial

Numerous security and privacy issues couldn't be addressed in time for poll

Tech support becomes Australia's number one scam

And a million suffer credit card fraud in a PCI-D-MESS-MESS!

Aussie boffin turns up REAL root-rat

Indonesian Gracilimus radix adds a new genus to rats

VXers pass stolen card data over DNS

NewPosThings back as Multigrain, says Fireeye

$elfies for MasterCard

Microsoft completes its Skype bot invasion with Web, OS X versions

What the bet Tay doesn't get a look-in?

Business gadget-makers eyeing modular LG G5 smartmobe

Projectors and credit card readers under consideration

Clucking hell! Farcical free-range egg standard pecked apart by app

Software as an instrument of transparency has the potential to scramble politics for good

Dell gives up on vWorkspace virtual desktops

Support and sales continue for current users, but Dell's looking over the (VMware) Horizon

Four bugs bait hooks in Asian phishing trip

Rich text pwnage

Utah declares 'war on smut'

Get off xHamster and get married, thunders legislature

Sneaky Google KOs 'right to be forgotten' from search results

Down the memory hole: Chocolate Factory Orwells itself

LiveDrive drive by: Backup biz's price hikes will kill us, say resellers

Another tough day hangin' in the channel hood

How Apple's early VR experiments accidentally led to RSS

Hot Sauce and a whole lotta interweb greybeards

Capital One releases AWS code

Speaking in Tech: Comparing Apples to BlackBerrys and Cooks to Chens

PodcastPlus: Did you have a phreaky past? Let's talk SS7

All that is white and fluffy isn't always cloud: Hybrid infrastructure

Whether pure or mutant, both have their upsides

123-reg still hasn't restored customers' websites after mass deletion VPS snafu

Firm claims service is being restored to the majority

Google warned by EU

NASA injects cash into solar electric motor

Boost for development of future deep space propulsion

ARM Holdings gives the thumbs-up, reports revenue and licensing uptick

Shares up despite FTSE 100's moody Wednesday

One million patients have opted out of

Health & Social Care Information Centre also gets 'NHS Digital' rebrand

Official: EU goes after Google, alleges it uses Android to kill competition

Amongst all the jargon, forks must thrive

HTC 10: Is this the Droid you're looking for?

ReviewOh, M8. Let's just say it sounds good

SAP's results are a right Waldorf salad: Core sales dip, yet support biz is stable

And its cloud is embiggening at a ridiculous rate

AWS updates: Larger snowballs, mobile Cognito and more

Amazon improves its cloud while competitors talk up 'customer choice'

ESA seeks resident space artist

Innovative concepts invited to bridge art and science

Rackspace hit by outage

WD rust-proofs spinners with Gold offering

Data centre nearline disk drive brand emerges with some HGST tech

GitLab offers Digital Ocean to soak up customers' CI burden

Don't worry, yells CEO, we have a data centre in the EU

Cybercrooks turn away from banks. Your health records are far juicier

Why break into Fort Knox when you can get a data treasure trove from hospital?

Toshiba notebook disk drive slims down. You like that, gamers?

Same capacity, a bit less thick

Grab a cuppa: Time to sort out that Oracle patch batch

Java SE, MySQL are most in need of fixes, so you know what to do...

Cashman steadies ship: EMC revenues shrink, profits fatten

Latin America revenues could be a concern, though

Prof squints at Google's mobile monopoly defence, shakes head

AnalysisWhere's the competition?

Red Hat bets on RHEL to sell its OpenStack elastic enterprise

Reputation versus the Amazonian hordes

SpectraLogic debuts big, bad exabyte-tastic temple of tape

Large library supports LTO, IBM and Oracle formats

Lexmark sold for $3.6bn

Swallow flies into Logicalis UK exec nest

Third boss in 14 months; can he stand the summer heat in Slough?

Mitsubishi 'fesses up: We lied in fuel tests to make our cars look great

President hangs head in shame

Game over for Xbox 360

Tweak Privacy Shield rules to make people happy? Nah – US govt

There's a fight brewing

FBI's PRISM slurping is 'unconstitutional' – and America's secret spy court is OK with that

How about an appeal? Nope

US government sued by activists looking for backdoor smoking gun


Ex-NSA security expert develops generic Mac ransomware blocker

RansomWhere? suspends untrusted processes

Not OK, Google! FTC urged to thrust antitrust probe into Android

Google could feel heat stateside after Europe laid down the law

Apple delays Q2 earnings

Microsoft lures IT pros with breadcrumb trail of candy to its cloud

We didn't build all this for you to goof off on AWS

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