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Your new Android Smartwatch? Dead!

Cygnus spacecraft on fire

Google bows to Dutch

Chinese loan sharks seek salacious selfies as collateral

High interest payday loans come with a nasty threat

NBN chairman's rant breached caretaker conventions says public service boss

Ziggy Switkowski was warned against penning op-ed

East Euro crims pwning 'high profile' victims with Flash zero day

Unpatched flaw exploited since March

Russia mulls bug bounty to harden govt software

Booming borkage bashing blitz

Japan travel agency fears leak of 7.93 million records, passport deets

Names, addresses, emails, and 4,300 valid passports leaked

Astroboffins' discovery gives search for early life a left hand. Or right

Sagittarius B2 a veritable plastic factory

Ironic vSphere client bug

Biz security deadline knocked back 3 months 'cos Brits ignored it

A thousand shopkeepers stood firm and said 'you what, mate?'

Workers rejoice! Marx’s vision will become reality, argues SAP veep

To the barricades... wait, just let me order an Uber

Outsourcery to perform ultimate outsource as it enters administration

Total asset selloff. Hate to say we told you but...

Twitter in $70m music upload

Sneaky brown dwarf gives us a bright flash and astroboffins are confused

Normally they're way too dim to do that

Cisco startup investment

Speaking in Tech: 'Radical dev-focused' work from Apple...

Podcast...would be great. But all I want is a new MacBook Pro

SAP patch batch includes fix for 3-year-old info disclosure vuln

Better late than never, right?

Openreach: Eat my fibre

SimpliVity's new ROBO kit

Virgin Media goes TITSUP* in South London due to painful piles

Several hundred metres of fibre cabling needs to be replaced

Boffins decipher manual for 2,000-year-old Ancient Greek computer

Antikythera Mechanism inscriptions suggest eclipse, weather prediction and... RTFM

Patent trolls, innovation and Brexit: What the FT won't tell you

OpinionInventors beware: the EU's opening the floodgates.

Third OnePlus flagship: £309

Man dies after UK police Taser shooting

IPCC investigates

Happy mode, sad mode, DevOps mode: Stop worrying and go bimodal

Beware West Coast motivationals, just do IT

Austrians are most likely to bare all on beaches

While prudish Italians run scared of budgie-smugglers

Cybercrooks are pimping out pwned RDP servers

Russian miscreants are behind the xDedic marketplace

Sofacy NotSoGood: Time to switch up our Trojan-slinging tactics

US gov employee sent dodgy attachment by 'foreign ministry'

Early supplier on's G-Cloud slams 'dying' framework

We shouldn't have drunk the Kool-Aid, moans founder

Dabs founder Dave Atherton returns to techland

Channel legend is back as chairman of Entatech

Mossack Fonseca IT bod detained

NHS e-prescription problems persist after Cegedim fixes fault

Requests submitted during outage are stuck in limbo, we're told

SpaceX winning streak meets explosive end

Musk reports Rapid Unscheduled Disassembly

Admins in outcry as Microsoft fix borks Group Policy

After Patch Tuesday comes Facepalm Wednesday

Spam King sent down for 30 months

No computer and a mental health evaluation for Sanford Wallace

'I am not a lizard' Zuckerberg proclaims in public Q&A

But he does want Facebook in your mind

Apple starts clock on HTTPS app rule

You've got until the end of the year to tighten up security, devs

Space Data dudes say Google lifted Loon balloon tune

Suit claims Chocolate Factory stole idea for airborne ISP

Facebook suicide hotline

Cats understand the laws of physics, researchers claim

It's all about expectation violation

EPO president caught threatening independent appeal board

King Battistelli out of control

Nokia to Oz: 5G will need fibre, and lots of it

Latency, capacity, reliability and new network architectures won't be easy to deliver

DataCore drops SPC-1 bombshell

Benchmark blows record to hell and gone

Safari 10 dumps Flash, Java, Silverlight, QuickTime in the trash

Decaying flesh dropping off the Web's zombie plugins

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