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Newly spotted distant dwarf planet orbits the Sun every 700 years

It's so lonely and cold out here I don't even have a name

Qualcomm's China JV licences ARMv8-A for server CPUs

First target is Middle Kingdom's Big Data province and its 2.5 million servers

Facebook in O365 PDA

NSW vocational education gets re-org to revive its comatose budget

Skills minister gets another bright idea

Pimp your ride with new Linux for cars and an rPi under the hood

Automotive Grade Linux vastly expands its hardware support list in version 2.0

VPN provider claims Russia seized its servers

PIA tells users 'we logged nothing', deletes Russian servers from clients

Ubuntu comes to SoftLayer

US drug squads told to get a warrant before tracking mobile phones

NY District Court stings Stingrays and tosses out evidence

By Juno! NASA delivers first new snaps from Jupiter

Probe survives first pass around gas giant and sends low-ish res snaps of the Jovian system

HPE patches net manager

Revolutionary Brit-made SABRE hybrid rocket engine to burn in 2020

Funding brings Skylon spaceplane closer to liftoff

Smartphones aren't tiny PCs, but that's how we use them in the West

In China, they get it, QR codes are like money and mobile payments are everywhere

50 CELEBRITY SECRETS EXPOSED scores year behind bars

Man behind document dump and swatting rampage jailed

It's 2016 and Windows lets crims poison your printer drivers

One of the messes munched this Patch Tuesday is very nasty, for you and Redmond

Meet Riffle, the next-gen anonymity network that hopes to trounce Tor

Here's hoping it's not a load of piffle dumps Oracle and Microsoft, gulps AWS Kool-Aid

InterviewDumping all our IT eggs in one basket? You betcha, says CTO

EU operators’ 5G manifesto misses the point

Mobile RAN disruption

Speaking in Tech: Pokemon – the internet spills over into real life

PodcastAshley Madison rebrands. #FindYourMoment. For realz

Dell and EMC name the captain who'll run their $36bn channel biz

Companies set to crash into each other in weeks – sources

IBM puts Global Tech Services staff at risk in 'skills remix'

Re-ee-mind, when the cloud says don't select... er... me

Student Loans Company burns £50 million in IT project superfail

ExclusiveYou'll never guess which three-letter agency's fingerprints are on this one

SAP squashes clickjack bugs

Tupperware vehemently denies any link to storage containerisation

We'll have none of that besmirching our name, sniff plastic food box firm's lawyers

Brit Science Minister to probe Brexit bias against UK-based scientists

BoJo bro on the case

Blocks appear in DigitalOcean's Droplets

Cloud-based virtual servers get attached to blocks

Exploit kit miscreants rush to plug gap in cyber-crime marketplace

Sundown's getting updates, possibly from Yugoslavian crooks

Veritas backup appliance sees red

Increased 5200 capacity and speed with lower power draw and a red line

Alleged Aussie plum plucker pleads guilty to motel tissue swipe

'Unauthorised' testicle removal causes ructions down under

Google on piracy: We really, really care

CommentBut we'll only turn on filters if you use our Ad Monopoly

London's contactless ticket payment system for sale in £15m deal

TfL turns software maker

Kids’ shoes seller Start-rite suspends sales following breach

Re-used your creds elsewhere? Might wanna change those

Russian gang who exploited hacked bank accounts jailed

Seven years for each of the two ringleaders

Hyperloop One lynched in hangman lawsuit

Co-founder warns project is 'being strangled' – literally – by sugardaddy chairman

Congrats, Linux users – you're finally officially alpha males... on Skype

Penguinistas offered olive branch by Microsoft in form of new client

Software bug costs Citigroup $7m after legit transactions mistaken for test data for 15 years

10B or not 10B, that is the question

US govt bank insurer 'covered up China hack to protect top boss'

FDIC waited until after chairman was installed to reveal IT security horror, it is claimed

Generous Fiat Chrysler offers $1,500 for car security bugs – or two minutes of annual profit

Spends pennies to protect drivers' lives

White hat hacker AI bots prepare for DARPA's DEF CON cyber brawl

Software must automatically find bugs in rival code. Are you not entertained?

In these troubling times, senators unite to end America's big divide – rural v urban broadband

Committee to focus on stringing together cowtown cable

BitTorrent breaks into news

nbnTM names six shops to re-build Telstra's HFC network

And TITSUP Telstra gets to manage them all

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