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Criminals exploit zero day Flash vulnerability

Adobe readies patch cannons. Yet again

First successful Hyperloop test module hits 100mph in four seconds

Battle for next-gen transport system hots up

Popular cache Squid skids as hacker pops lid

Yet another mess we can blame on the combination of Flash and advertising

Virtuozzo to build full container stack, target the data centre

Adopts KVM, plans own Linux distro and software-defined storage product

Australian Greens don't believe Silicon Valley can save the world

Election shocker as disruptive meta-disruption comes to Australian politics

Compression tool 7-Zip pwned, pain flows to top security, software tools

Attackers can score user privileges thanks to heap corruption hassle

Unicorn adopts rainbow as logo

LOGOWATCHInstagram upgrades its iconography, with a marvellously silly explanation

Oz accounting SaaS raids UK

36 idiots running SAP under attack after flubbing 2010 patch

US-CERT issues first-ever alert for SAP users, advising them to become competent

Huawei joins Xen board

UK.gov pays four fellows £35k to do nothing for three months

On-CallOne was so good at doing nothing he was asked to do it again

Hackers tear shreds off Verizon's data breach report top 10 bug list

Researchers reckon Verizon's been very lazy and unsophisticated

Super cool: Arctic data centres aren't just for Facebook

Going north: More than an icy blast in your chiller cabinet

Zerto climbs K2

Dwarf planet intumesces before astronomers' gaze

Only Pluto and Eris larger than trans-Neptunian '2007 OR10'

Cloudian gets Powell power

TalkTalk customers decide to StayStay after £3m in free upgrades

Profits halve in 2016. Otherwise biz as usual

I'm in, says insolvency expert, grabs chair on board of Dragons’ Den star's firm

Principal lender Vodafone reads Outsourcery riot act

Burger-slinger Wendy’s admits: Cash-till data breach hit 1 in 20 outlets

Apparently took months to contain

There's a hole in your website

How to make a fortune in space? Start with one here on Earth…

Reg lecture shows where scientists AND VCs are boldly going next

Lie back and think of cybersecurity: IBM lets students loose on Watson

Elementary

Blockchain firm, real bucks

HDS guarantees VSP will double flash capacity

Vows to send boxen at its expense until it does

Exagrid gets Nimble

Non-police orgs merrily accessed PNC without authority, says HMIC

Campaigners bemoan 'shadowy way' Police National Computer is run

Boffins flip the unflippable: Meet the latest storage extender contender

New spintronics material in town – it's antiferromagnetic

Spying on you using fake social media profiles: One Scots council could

UpdatedIt's in our policy ... but 'we would never'

Seagate ready for the HAMR blow: First drives out in 2017

Market reducing manufacturing but driving up capacity

Banning computers makes students do better on exams – MIT

We don't need no .edu

Acer made less than £1m profits in Q1 as forex rates bit hard

Falling PC shipments hit Taiwanese firm's bottom line

Theranos boots COO

Germans set to make schnitzel out of controversial Wi-Fi law

Deutschlanders could soon dump liability rule

Meet the man who owns his own piece of the internet

Richard Li, owner of the top-level domain .richardli

A cracked window on the International Space Station? That's not good

Wait til you see what caused it

Adobe...sigh...issues critical patch...sigh...for Flash Player zero day

Go ahead and bang your head on the desk. We'll wait.

FBI director claims that videoing police is causing crime uptick

Fiercely missing the point is part of the job description

Mozilla wants Tor hole

Cities are investigating, workers are on strike, but it's not all good news for Verizon

How could things get worse for telco? Glad you asked that

Big Blue buys Bluewolf

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