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Android security 'shame list'

Florida man, Chinese biz fined $48k, $35m on mobe signal jam raps

Wham, jam, pay Uncle Sam

RIP Nexus Player – the truth

Hillary Clinton broke law with private email server – top US govt watchdog

System also came under hacking attacks (just like everything else on the internet)

Sweden decides Julian Assange™ 'remains detained in absentia'

Couch-surfer's cat responds with yawn of disdain

Judge torpedoes 'Tor pedo' torpedo evidence

Feds keep browser flaw in the hoard

CentOS Linux 6.8 lands

Palo Alto IDs another C&C-over-DNS attack

'Pisloader' hides instructions in plain sight

SoftLayer prices vSphere

Spanish Bitcoin farm raided

30 busted in money laundering sting.

Faded celebs' Twitter feeds degrade to sad, lonely smut storms

Crims make four bucks a click if you still care about Cecil Shorts III or weekend newsreaders

ICSA Labs wants IoT industry to seek security certification

But will anyone care?

Android might be on the way to the Raspberry Pi

A new tree sprouts on

DDOS-as-a-service offered for just five dollars

Freelancer-finding site Fiverr boots out sellers, but DDOS prices are plunging everywhere

Microsoft won't back down from Windows 10 nagware 'trick'

Redmond assumes closing nagware dialog means 'yes', says that's by design

German boffins' clock drops 10 seconds in a billion-and-a-half years

Optical timepieces stretch lifespan of the standard second

Blighty's National Cyber Security Centre cyber-reveals cyber-blueprints

NCSC will address best practices and incident response

The six stages of post-security incident grief avoidance

AusCERT AudioUni security manager offers his best half-dozen breach responses

Two weeks ago Salesforce had an outage. Now it's outsourced to AWS

International expansion to rely on Jeff B's cut price bit barns

HP Inc-eption: Our new 3D printers print themselves, says CEO

And with possible job cuts looming in 2017, how about money – can they print money?

Beleaguered 123-reg customers spot price hike

Price went up before mass deletion

BBC post-Savile culture change means staff can 'speak truth to power'

'Everyone knew DMI was going wrong but didn’t say anything'

Hungry UK services slinger swallows hosting biz for £65m – sources

Deal done between Pulsant and Onyx, one less MSP ...

Marketing by opt-in, opt-out, consent or legitimate interest?

BlogConsider your ABCs...

One ad-free day: Three UK to block adverts across network in June

24-hour trial takes a load off (for the operator)

It's been a breach-tastic year. And Sophos sales were good, apparently

But first public outing reveals slimmer wallet

UK eyes frikkin' Laser Directed Energy Weapon

Bolted to a shark Gatling Gun? Why Not?

NetApp posts $8m loss as its pivot continues. Feeling comfy, George?

Solidfire buyout hits the books, but underlying revenues dipped

Whitman deletes another chapter in HP history as CSC and ES borg

Services basketcases cling together = bigger basketcase

Dropbox gets all up in your kernel with Project Infinite. Cue uproar

What do you people want? You said we weren't fast enough!

Swedish old timer pulls airsoft gun on broadband salesman

Evidently didn't fancy fast fibre deal

WinPhone? No PayPal, pal

Bank in the UK? Plans afoot to make YOU liable for bank fraud

Wonder whose idea that was...

ISS pump-up space podule refuses to engorge

Length and girth swell a deflating 'few inches'

​The hybrid cloud wants your data

PromoWork in development, analytics, data science? – this is for you

More than half of people on UK counter-terror biometrics databases are innocent

New report rushed out ahead of EU referendum purdah

Lenovo: Markets for our products 'will remain challenging'

Let them finish... 'for the short term'. But mostly chalks up loss to M&A costs

Hard-up Sprint rents out Hz

Q. What do you call a sales-growing letdown? A. Pure Storage

All-flash box biz boosts sales, deepens losses, comes out swinging at analysts

Rackspace email taps Scality

Iraq kills t'internet again

Euro Patent Office prez's brake line cut – aka how to tell you're not popular

ExclusiveThings go from bad to worse for EPO's Benoit Battistelli

Twilio (ask your dev) to IPO

The Schmidt's hit by the fan: Alphabet investor sues Google bigwigs over EU antitrust ruckus

Well, he was a fan until a $3.3bn fine loomed

$10bn Oracle v Google copyright jury verdict: Google wins, Java APIs in Android are Fair Use

Big Red tells us it immediately plans to appeal

Pas de problème ... Quebec just passed a website blocking law

ISPs legally obliged to prevent access to servers political masters don't want you to see

Two more Twitter execs quit

Republicans move to gut FCC and crush its net neutrality crusade with paralyzing budget rules

US broadband watchdog quietly targeted in new proposals

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