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Cisco Primes bug-fixes

Oracle pulled made-up cloud figures out of its SaaS – whistleblower

Big Red vows to fight ex-finance bod's claims that it inflated sales numbers

Minecraft marketing mods miff Mojang

Sucking ad revenue away from other channels, how DARE you?

8K video gives virtual reality the full picture for mainstream use

Reg man gets his hands on Samsung's only-in-Korea Gear 360 VR cam

Intel stretching Thunderbolt

Computex 2016: Full of people in cold sweats, retching after VR demos

Show also features reversible USB 2.0, iPhone 7 cases and a cloud that wants to hug you

NSW government mulls HIV-status database

Can barely build a system, let alone secure it

Recycled malware code 'links' SWIFT bank heist to Sony ransackers

Who's cut'n'pasting routines – the Norks or someone trying to blame the Norks?

Patch Joomla SecurityCheck

Oz PM's department red-faced after database leaks in the cc: field

Privacy, we've heard of it

Russia launches raids over Sberbank heist

Lurk trojan attack lands 18 behind bars in FSB dragnet

Brown boffins brew eye-tracking Javascript

Another way your camera can watch you (but with permission)

Plutonian 'lava lamp' seas give dwarf planet a regular face lift

Pics and videoSee the most detailed pics and video from Pluto yet

Is a $14,000 phone really the price of privacy?

Sports enterprise AV, free Protonmail, and one mysterious crypto chip

Lenovo cries 'dump our support app' after 'critical' hole found

Win 10 OEM: bloatware strikes again!

Anti-phishing most critical defence against rife CEO email fraud

AusCERT'Please', 'thanks', and GUMMY BEARS will win over anyone, scam menacer says

Does it even make sense to buy a VTL today?

BlogVirtual tape libraries analysed

Virtual reality will take over the world by 2020, reckons analyst haus

Psst. I've got a bridge for sale if you fancy it

Smartwatches: I hate to say ‘I told you so’. But I told you so.

CommentCan someone put these fat costly clunkers out of their misery?

Chess makes another move, picks up Lanway

Consolidation, consolidation, consolidation

Trouble originating between chair and keyboard caused most UK breaches

And new EU laws likely to bring in bigger private sector fines

UK Home Sec makes concessions to please Snoopers' Charter opposition

IPBJust as Human Rights Joint Committee report lands

OnePlus: No more rationing

Science Museum maths gallery to offer the perfect pint

Liz I's standard measure toasts Brit experimental aircraft

Uber, AirBNB: Lay off 'em, EC tells member states

Absolute bans should only be last resort

King Tut's iron dagger of extraterrestrial origin

Hewn from the living meteorite, boffins confirm

SolidFire brushes up its OS with Fluorine

It's version 9 of Element OS – geddit?

Arrests for 'offensive' Twitter and Facebook messages up by a third

Said something naughty in London? You could be cuffed

Geek's Guide to Britain – now a book. Permission to geek out granted

Towers, tunnels, museums - your pocket-sized guide

'Limitless enterprise storage'. Really? Digging deeper into Symbolic IO

Backgrounder3D XPoint-beating tech explained

HPE is still swinging the layoffs axe: 500 more services folk get chop

IT Outsourcing techies warned their P45s are being lined up for end of July

Reduxio office-opening spree

Flash. Bang. Wallet: Marcher crooks target UK Android users

Mobile banking trojan matches banks' look and feel

Winston Churchill glowers from Blighty's plastic fiver

£5 polymer PM marks death knell of paper banknotes

Anaemic hyperscale orders hurt server makers in Q1

Pump down the volume

Unprecedented number of customers swimming off to cloud, says Barracuda

CommentOn-premises IT-slingers to navigate murky waters

Go Comparex: Microsoft house counts cost of dealing with

Oh, and costly restatement from prior year didn't wax bottom line either

Western Digital to axe 507 California staffers

Hard times for hard-working hard-drive workers

UCLA shooter: I killed my prof over code theft

Troubled engineering student made claims online

Oracle to sue cloud sales 'whistleblower' for 'malicious prosecution'

Lawsuit wipes over $6bn from Oracle's value

Cisco warns IPv6 ping-of-death vuln is everyone's problem

Neighbor Discovery flaw in its routers is not specific to Switchzilla's gear

The least stressful job in the US? Information security analyst, duh

That's not a typo, we've checked and checked again

IBM, Cisco hop into IoT bed

Apple GPU screen rumors

Universe's shock rapidly expanding waistline may squash Einstein flat

PicAstroboffins reveal Hubble breakthrough

iThink iCloud is iScrewed

Uncle Sam's IoT deadline

Lights! Camera! Infraction! Filmmakers behind 117 million robocalls to shift DVDs

FTC claims first-ever jury win for do-not-call violations

Why Oracle will win its Java copyright case – and why you'll be glad when it does

CommentOpen source needs strong copyright; weak copyright only helps bullies

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