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DARPA's 'flying wing' drone inches closer to lift-off

Your TERN, Northrop Grumman

Medicos could be world's best security bypassers, study finds

Hospitals plastered with password sticky notes

Jkanime dropping Neutrino

Countdown to Jupiter: Juno just seven days from orbit

Rendezvous draws nigh

Lenovo Solution Center portal patched to shutter hacker god mode hole

Hack hole turns pleb users to admin queens, kills AV to boot

Broadcom plans quarter-BEEELION expansion in Malaysia

Embiggening its operations in Penang

Down and out in the Middle Kingdom: Beijing is sinking

Journey to the centre of the Earth

Hackers peer into Uber passenger privates, find and plot trips on maps

Brute force efforts reveal 1000 discount codes

Singapore Airlines 777 catches fire after engine alarm

Passengers, crew evacuated safely

UK digi strategy on ice post Brexit results - sources

BREXITQ: Just how do we untangle Gov.UK systems from the EU regs and policy? A: Messily

BA 'offers' IT bods extra leave, flexible working - unpaid of course

Come on people, we need to save €91m by 2018

NVMe SSDs tormented for months in some kind of sick review game

ReviewCards on the table: These are the issues you'll face

Beautiful model to explain the universe to physicists

Mix cosmology brains, Einstein, soupcon of fluid dynamics and pinch of open source...

Inside the World of the Dark DDoS

This isn’t your grandma’s DDoS

IT consultant gets 4 years' porridge for tax fraud

Skipped £170k in payments to Her Maj

Dimes for Fuijitsu

Osborne on Leave limbo: Travel and trade stay unchanged

But employers plan hire freeze and relocation

Parliament takes axe to 2nd EU referendum petition

AnalysisNames removed, but 'no fraud'

NetApp loses Lee Caswell to VMware

The flash array marketing guy takes a sudden hike and gets virtualised

Botnet-powered ballot stuffing suspected in 2nd referendum petition

Brexit'Tiny fraction of the overall count' however

Quick note: Brexit consequences for IT

BlogEU to shrink as UK isles become more distant

Cray explores options for supercomputing-as-a-service

Should you run your weather simulations in the cloud?

Intel mulls sale of Intel Security – reports

OpinionThe game done changed

Gun-jumping French pols demand rapid end to English in EU

BrexitEnglish-speaking Irish speakers cry ‘cad é an ag f*ck’

US, EU agree Privacy Shield

Three men and a container engine: Let's commoditise this baby

BackgrounderBright backgrounds for dark arts of Portworx containerised storage

Looking good, Gnome: Digesting the Delhi in our belly

The long road to change

Hyperconverger Springpath pivots to OEM channel. Yes, we said pivots. What of it?

Already inked deal to put software in Cisco Hyperflex

Crooks abusing Facebook to offer credit card samples


Let's grow a baby universe in a supercomputer, watch black holes collide

Good idea, LIGO. Definitely better than throwing cans at cars from the overpass

Hewlett Packard Enterprise CTO, CCO to call it a day

Machine moves closer, execs move(d) out

'I urge everyone to fight back' – woman wins $10k from Microsoft over Windows 10 misery

Software giant hauled into small claims court after PC knackered

Visiting America? US border agents want your Twitter, Facebook URLs

It'll be optional – for now. Next: your browser history

We have hit peak Silicon Valley: New crazy goal to disrupt entire cities

CommentY Combinator becomes its own spoof

Big Pharma's trying to kill us, says man with literally millions to lose

Nowt wrong with Theranos, except, you know, everything

Magnetic, heat scanners to catch Tour de France electric motor cheats

I like to mod by bicycle, I like to drive my bike

NSW Education system fail: price rises, delivery slips, AGAIN

AU$750 million for LMBR – IF it can be finished by end of 2017

Now Intel swings axe at sales, marketing peeps

Top buyers like Lenovo and Acer told to deal directly with Cali mothership

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