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Tor board swept under carpet after Appelbaum 'sex misconduct' claims

New group including Bruce Schneier and Matt Blaze sworn in to oversee anonymizing tool

Mock cop bot swats tot

Follow US please, say spies

VirtualBox 5.1 debuts

Juniper's bug hunters fire out eight patches

Junos OS has been put through the wringer since that nasty backdoor scandal

Salesforce bins all Android phones bar Nexii and Galaxies

Also cancels support for Nexus Tabs, old iOS devices in future apps

CloudFlare probes mystery interception of site traffic across India

Traffic to Pirate Bay and others redirected to AirTel banned URL notice

AT&T's ECOMP code to land soon at Linux Foundation

Giant going MANO et MANO with pygmies

Virtual mirror on the wall, what will happen at VMware's ball?

We reckon virtual storage for containers, lots of hybrid cloud and a new vSphere release

Cryptocat dev reckons WhatsApp is blocking calls to Saudi numbers

Decompiled code suggests blocks are embedded in the app

Space station to get shiny new ringpiece for automatic penetration

Second time lucky for SpaceX delivery?

Critical remote code execution holes reported in Drupal modules

Dormant Coder module? Kill it quick.

All the storage news that's clogged our pipes, flushed onto the page

Ah, that's a blessed relief

Boffins bash better brains into OpenFlow

When white box switches monitor themselves, packets prosper

Reg readers cluster in pub to ponder artificial intelligence

Reg EventsAnd hear why a mic-dropping, beer hurling AI would be a real advance

Google's Android Pay hits Australia

ANZ, Coles, first Aussie giants to make launch

Lloyds personal banking hit with 'intermittent' outage

'Trying to resolve technical issues' says bank

Capita redundo staff: We are free at last, free at last… at the end of this month

Thank Andy Parker we are free at last

Missile bods MBDA win Brit military laser cannon contract

No frikkin' sharks included in deal, sadly

Openreach boss Clive Selley wants Ofcom to wrap it up already

InterviewI need certainty to get on with upgrades, says BT man

UK gov says new Home Sec will have powers to ban end-to-end encryption

IPBillAmber Rudd yet to emerge from blanket of ministerial double-speak

Shocker: Computer science graduate wins a top UK political job

David Davis doesn't have a PPE degree – and is now our Brexit Secretary

Graphene is actually self-folding origami, proclaim physicists

Newly observed behaviour in 'miracle material'

EU waves antitrust claims in Google's face, snarls 'You want some?'

Favours its own shopping service and restricts third-party websites, claims commish

5G: Mother of all pipes, or actually useful?

For the first time, mobile operators not at centre of ecosystem

You really do want to use biometrics for payments, beam banks

Visa-backed survey gives fingerprint recognition the thumbs-up

Symantec, Intel carve out diminishing slice of growing security market

Oh dear, Big 5. Looks like the Others are growing...

FlashBlade is closer than you think

AnalysisThe second of Pure's three flash musketeers

EU eyes flaw in Google’s cash machine

AnalysisGetting closer to the source of infinite wealth

It's neat having speedy, flashy boxen but they need connecting, too

HPC BlogSurveying the competitors in the upcoming interconnect war

Microsoft wins landmark Irish data slurp warrant case against the US

UpdatedUncle Sam's data hoovering must stop at its borders, court rules

Android malware blocks bank calls

Computers vs Ebola: Scientists use big data to predict future disease hotspots

And it all boils down to seeing what bats are up to

Haters gonna hate, hate, hate: Cisco to tailor SwiftStack for UCS object storage cramming

Reseller deal dodges rivals

Google quietly takes gag off Mississippi AG after wrecking ads probe

Drugs bust docs remain sealed, though

Server techies 'stiffed on overtime pay' banned from ganging up on HP

Judge orders megadeth for Dave Mustain's class action

US floats revenge pornography law

Atlassian looks at StatusPage, reaches for wallet

Pays out for status/incident communications specialist

Thermostat biz Nest warms to home security, touts cam with cloud storage subscription

What could go wrong?

FCC approves 5G auction

Empty your free 30GB OneDrive space today – before Microsoft deletes your files for you

Clouds turn to rain to hide your tears

Ivory tower drops water bombs on dumpster fire

Tech titans trash-talk Trump – what do they hope to achieve?

It's not our fault we don't hire black people, says Facebook

It's because, you know, there aren't enough of them

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