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Microsoft silently kills dev backdoor that boots Linux on locked-down Windows RT slabs

Patch Tuesday wasn't just about browser bugs

NES is back... for 60 bucks

Dear Tesla, stop calling it autopilot – and drivers are not your guinea pigs

People too trusting about tech, mag finds

Pokemon Go Directly To Jail if you hunt here, says Oz Justice Dept

Reminds hunters of fines and jail terms for using recording devices in court houses

Amazon acquires Cloud9

Chinese hacker jailed for shipping aerospace secrets home

F35, F22 and Boeing data sent to People's Liberation Army

Microsoft open sources Azure bill analysis tool

Portal to help devs remember that cluster they ran last week and don't need any more

Containers rated more secure than conventional apps

If your application faces the internet and you like security, go containers-first says Gartner

VMware gives away 2FA

Google's Nexii stand tall among Android's insecure swill

Most droids are not the ones you are looking for if you value security

Boris Johnson 'NIGHTMARE'

Go catch Pokemon in this, nerds: Our space neighborhood of 1.2m galaxies mapped in 3D

PicsDark matter measured in our cosmic backwater

IaaS revenue to triple by 2020, to $43.6bn

The on-premises pie is shrinking, but perhaps not disastrously

If we can't find a working SCSI cable, the company will close tomorrow

On-CallIt's 1AM, backup's failed and the boss says you're about to lose all insurance

ANZ Bank staffers drop slick incident response tool for Mandiant mobs

Plugs hundreds of endpoints into 'single pane of glass'

Cisco gives you two nasty bugs to fix before the weekend

NCS 6000 and ASR 5000 routers need some lovin'

The History Boys: Object storage ... from the beginning

BackgrounderTaking you way back with content-addressable storage

Successful fintech: UK has some, but it's not in Silicon Roundabout

Beyond gongs and incubators: 'Fess up, Old St

BOFH: I found a flying Dragonite on a Windows 2003 domain

Episode 9Just slap on our custom VR headset, Boss

Gaming apps, mugging and bad case of bruised Pokéballs

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Time for trouble (make it double)

Springpath to focus on Cisco OEM development

Go-to-market machine is in gear

One in five consumers upgraded to Win10 for free instead of buying a PC

Just why were retail sales s*$%t last year? Microsoft's OS roll out didn't help

Security gurus get behind wheel of driverless car debate

Insured against malware?

IPO spews email addresses to hundreds of recipients. Twice

Tell me, what is it your department is in charge of protecting again?

Lily Cole: Profit still looks almost Impossible.com

Just as well it’s a post-money sharing economy

Ad viewability worsens

Ronan Dunne jumps O2 ship

What next for the Capita-loving chief exec?

Ban ISPs from 'speeding up' the internet: Ex-Obama tech guru

CommentEr. What?

BAE Systems partners with SWIFT to bolster hacker intel

Team says it has already sniffed malware-flingers

Silently clicking on porn ads you can't even see – this could be you...

Pokemon Go mobile malfeasance spinning out of control

Newbie NVXL flashes takes-a-kicking NVMDurance offering

Expect 10 x longer life 3D NAND SSDs from biz

Ad blockers responsible for rise in upfront TV ad sales, claims report

Web schmeb: Telly is back ad-slingers

Your next storage will be invisible (for a while)

Use old hardware and inexpensive, even free, storage software

Commvault stomps out with protection for Hadoop, Big Data analytics systems

BackgrounderCould containerised server protection be coming too? It's likely

TrollingTrump.gop

Cloud giants demand overhaul of America's privacy rules on overseas servers

Everyone except Google wants reform

Hackers steal millions from ATMs using 'just their smartphones'

Cyber-robbers flee Taiwan with swag swiped from 'malware-infected machines'

Since you love Flash so much, Adobe now has TWO versions for you

Which one is the secure one, you ask? Ha ha, you crack us up

McCain: Come to my encryption hearing. Tim Cook: No, I'm good. McCain: I hate you, I hate you, I hate you

Senatorial janitorial

Ubuntu forums hacked

Windows 10 a failure by Microsoft's own metric – it won't hit one billion devices by mid-2018

All that nagware hasn't worked

FTC lets Nest off the hook over Revolv IoT hub bricking shame

US watchdog puts out advisory for other smart home makers

Did mock cop bot trot on fraught tot? Maybe not

Mall patrol droid maker hits back at claims its machine ran over a kid

Coup-Tube: Turkey blocks social networks amid military takeover

Quick, man the VPNs!

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