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Linux 4.6 imminent

Silicon Valley, season 3: CEO Richard learns humility, tech style

RecapTime to torch the egos

F-35's dodgy software in the spotlight again

Government Accountability Office pans logistics systems

Dell kills CRT suit

Spotify accounts breached

Microsoft to hike certification exam prices

Students escape, but the rest of us have to wait for details

Net scum lock ancient Androids, force users to buy iTunes gift cards

Weirdo attackers shirk Bitcoin ransom for more easily cashed-out artefact

Vanity dating site BeautifulPeople popped

Sysadmins: check your MongoDB defaults or you WILL suffer

Juniper patches Logjam, Bar Mitzvah, and various Java vulns

In Junos Space, nobody can hear you patch

Hackers so far ahead of defenders it's not even a game

Crims using multiple exfiltration points

Intel helps Redmond ingest Objective-C code

Accelerate framework added to Windows Bridge for iOS

'Droid Gmail on Exchange

Thunderbird is GO: Mozilla prepares to jettison mail client

Software Conservancy and Document Foundation seen as ideal new homes for project

CERN publishes massive data set

Take a bite of some seriously big data

Brainwave-controlled drone racing is here

VideoNot a challenging course, but still

Facebook's own TLS cert used by crooks in double logon phish

Phish me once, shame on Facebook; phish me twice, shame on Facebook anyway

Google discovers you assume clouds just work

Curtails warnings of live cloud VM migrations, which you mostly found confusing

MIT launches campus lunch bug bounty

Now hackers can choose between TechCASH and changing grades

Pair publishes python framework for rapid router wrecking

Stand alone meta Metasploit.

Riverbed gears up for its second IPO

ExclusiveRebrand to SDN hoped to bump up previously flat revenue

Sweaty students prep their hot HPC clusters for Wuhun tussle

HPC blogSkins stripped away, nodes noted, rams tallied

Fancy £200m? Tell HMRC you'll help them sort their IT out

Taxman offers not-quite-so-mega contract for various outsourced services

Europe's Earth-watching sat rides Soyuz to orbit

VIDSuccessful launch of Sentinel-1B

Riverbed pitches cloudy SD-WAN suite following Ocedo buy

The plan: cloudify the enterprise WAN to displace Cisco

IBM says no, non, nein to Brexit

Now about your, er, offshoring plans, Big Blue....

Windows patching rises

Alcatel-Lucent embarks on cloudy board shake-up

Post-buyout biz searches for new revenue models

Trouble at t'spinning rust mill: Disk drive production is about to head south

+CommentBad news – if your name is Seagate or Toshiba

Tokyo rebrands 2020 Olympics

LOGOWATCHNew logos trade 'plagiarism' for 'elegance and sophistication'

Good enough IT really is good enough. You don't need new hardware

Sysadmin blogFalling for the marketing hype does your business more harm than good

Accenture gets Splunked

Neo4j bolts on binary protocol to up its graph database game

Completely redesigned architecture, they say

Filer funfest: HDS buffs up its VSP product on four fronts at once

Adds native NAS, VVOLs, analytics and cloud tiering to big iron array

El Reg Summer Lectures: Space, robots and digital homes

Three professors walk into a pub...and start talking

Colander-wearing Irishman denied driver's licence in Pastafarian slapdown

Oh, faith of our pastas...

Jenkins 2.0, where the devil have you been?

Automation platform finally gets full upgrade after ten years...

Ted Cruz knows where you live – if you downloaded his app

US presidential primary apps leak supporters' phone data

Flat sales, falling earnings? That will be FY'16 for Datatec

Forex rates, EMEA restructuring at Westcon, Logicalis fingered

X-IO spinning off Axellio line into new biz

ExclusiveHits restructure button as 'hyper-competitive' external storage race speeds up

LG: Stop focusing on Apple and Samsung. There's us. And our G5. Look at it. Look at it

ReviewThe forgotten flagship

BlackBerry wakes up, dunks Priv in Marshmallow

Hub, keyboard and email also updated

Gwyneth Paltrow and Richard Branson will lead Sage's 'sexy accounting' shtick

Ashton Kutcher breaks up with pizza slice for spreadsheets

NASA eyes stadium-sized orb launch: Part 3

Super Pressure Balloon team poised yet again in NZ

Google can't hold back this malware running riot in its Play store

Ad fraud, scareware slinger Android.Spy.277.origin found in more than 100 apps

Theranos lab safety probe

OpenStack admin exam

What do you call an old, unpatched and easily hacked PC? An ATM

Cash machines all too easily compromised – even without malware, we're told

US tech CEOs demand Congress programs US kids to be tech workers

Feed us more compsci grads!

Dropbox desktop blur

Germans stick traffic lights in pavements for addicts who can't take their eyes off phones

Alerts for those who are always looking down at their mobe

Nokia gobbles Withings

T-Mobile US gobbles up another 2.2m customers

Its secret? Be a little nicer than Verizon or AT&T

It's World IP Day! Celebrate by making money from a dead teenager

Let's be frank, Anne Frank

Docker hired private detectives to pursue woman engineer's rape, death threat trolls

Laughter could be best medicine to combat some abusers

Shares down?! But, but, but ... Apple just made $50bn – that's the way the Cookie grumbles

Macroeconomic headwinds blamed for disaster quarter

Mitsubishi fraud shock

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