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Inside Project Loon – Google's megaplan to build a global internet

Google I/O 2016Viable technology or full of hot air?

VMware flushes Windows vSphere client and Adobe Flash

It'll be HTML 5 or nothing real soon now, vAdmins

Android Lollipop sucks at security, says researcher

Opaque apps mean you're not clicking what you think you're clicking

Dell seeks $20bn to buy EMC

New Australian data centres are like buses: none for ages then along come two at once

NextDC to break ground in Brisbane and Melbourne

Hacker rescues Hollywood house from URL scam squatters

Domain squatters siphon Javascript to fake you out

Electric Babel Fish swims into crowdfunding

An outfit called Waverly Labs claims to have developed an in-ear translator

White hats bake TeslaCrypt master key into universal decryptor

Ransomware authors appear to have given up and gone home

Hacker finds flaw in teleconference tool used by US Army, NASA and CERN

Like we need another reason to hate videoconferences

What's holding up Canada's internet?

Sysadmin BlogA brief examination of regulatory capture

Acronis testing blockchain for backup

Is that video evidence in your backup cloud really the file you uploaded?

Hew Pack Enterprise: Our OpenStack love affair is strong, but we love Microsoft too

Cloud28+ to support Azure and Hyper V too... oh and Docker containerisation

Mads Torgersen and Dustin Campbell on the future of C#

Exclusive interviewHow has open source changed it - and can it survive Windows PC decline?

Would we want to regenerate brains of patients who are clinically dead?

Maybe identity doesn't have to be linked to continuity...

Africa poses for 7,000 snap mosaic

Fine cloud-free view from Europe's Sentinel-2A satellite

World goes SIM-free, leaving Sony and HTC trailing behind

Have we reached Peak Smartphone? Analysts disagree

SAP rolls Cloud Foundry HANA Platform beta

Targets dev-friendly skittles

UK digital minister denies legal right to 10Mbps is 'damp squib'

Not even moist? OK. And he's pro-encryption, pro-security

Crayon names former Di Data sales director as UK top dog

Lockey still 'getting feet under table' at SAM consultancy

Dell Storage Centre: Following more than one of our series? Here's the remote

PS and SC manager to unify 2 environments - oh and we've added compression, dedupe

Sync 'n' share Scality's RING

NASA's stadium-sized sandwich bag overflies Oz

So far so good for Super Pressure Balloon mission

Australian Federal Police raid former comms minister's office

National Broadband Network documents apparently sought as Feds probe leaks

LinkedIn plays down '117 million users' breach data sale

All encryption isn’t created equal, says expert

They take to it later, but when women FLOSS, they mean it

Hours of fun: Free/Libre Open Source Software draws 'em in

Violin makes friends in APAC

Salesforce claims 'record' quarter record at Oracle and SAP's expense

More Salesforce on more AWS promise

I spy a secret High Court: We're no 'star chamber', it says in 4-year report

Investigatory Powers Tribunal puts pen to *redacted*

You wanted innovation? We gave you Clippy the Paperclip in your IM client

CommentThe Bot Wars are proof the Valley is bust

Cars to run ... on Android

Russia student coders win

Android Pay may, er, pay... providing it gets over security hurdle

Electro-wallet hit by malware worries

Home team wins Asia student cluster competition

HPC BlogHUST busts out

Google: 'Here to stay on business cloud... but a long way to go'

Ads slinger's Diane Greene reckons Google is a force

Tesla 3 orders fall by 12,200

Algeria suffers net blackout

Anon attack Turkish hospital

Going Nuclear: Inside the world's second worst exploit toolkit

Malware-as-a-service generates big bucks

Theranos bins two years of test results

Can blood-testing company survive latest revelation?

Reavers! Google patent would affix pedestrians to car hoods

Chocolate Factory wants to play Katamari IRL

Adobe launches Spark: Amateur graphical fun!

We can't publish the visual storytelling version of this due to the community guidelines

Forget high-powered PCs, mobile is the future of VR, says Google

Google I/O 2016But you'll need a new phone to do it

Republicans threaten to derail internet transition

IANA contract getting unwelcome attention

Congress presents plan to tighten reins on FBI hacking

Bill gets bipartisan support

Chrome OS to get Android apps via the magic of containers

Google I/O 2016Long-expected marriage of operating systems

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