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Linux 4.7 lands

Telstra's head of ops drops after network flops

Kate McKenzie 'retires' from Telstra

No, the VCR is not about to die. It died years ago. Now it's VHS/DVD combo boxes' turn

Japan's Funai sold 750,000 units last year, but parts are hard to come by so it's quitting

By 2040, computers will need more electricity than the world can generate

So says the semiconductor industry's last ever communal roadmap

Verizon tipped to buy Yahoo! for US$5bn

Carrier becoming the place where 90s media empires go to be recycled into targeted ads

Nintendo to investors: Pokémon Go won't make money come

Facts whack share price, taking the shine off Tokyo launch

MS warns of ..WSF file worm

Eurocrats to pore over Apache, KeePass code

Million-Euro bug-hunt starts

Oops: Bounty-hunter found Vine's source code in plain sight

Give you our Docker image? Sure! No, wait …

Verizon wants to replace your net gateways with 'a simple mux'

And then pipe in virtual network functions from all the big bit-movers

Mobile broadband now cheaper than wired, for 95 per cent of humanity

But the Internet of Things is only working in Fjordland

I don't like Mondays, Pokemon, Twitter or Facebook – Sir Bob Geldof

RSA AsiaDon't hunt digital animals, hunt Trump's idiocy with hacker-proof Nokia 3100

Security firms team to take down rudimentary ransomware

Script kiddies are doing a terrible job of encryption

What's Brexit? How Tech UK tore up its plans after June 23

EU workers, new markets: post-Brexit pressure on May & Co

Ofcom should push for fibre – Ex BT CTO

'Aiming for mediocre speeds is such a British attitude'

Crashed and alone in a remote location: When paid help is no help

This Damn WarCoping strategies for first-timers

BBC will ‘retain your viewing history’

Imagine an Auntie who never forgets

Data protection biz Arcserve fattens exec ranks with 3 new veeps

All well and good but what's with the CFO slot?

Is digital fraud big in UK? British abacus-botherers finally have some answers

Hacking, malware: the numbers

How to make the move from ISDN to SIP

Find the right provider, yes, but before that...

Lenovo: Our gear will be 10% more pricey from 1 August

ExclusiveChinese giant joins post-Brexit vote price bump club

Not-BT-Openreach' biz CityFibre sextuples pipeline

Seems to be doing a roaring trade

Huawei big, margins slimmer

Glassdoor spaffs users' email addresses in bcc fail

Looking for a job on the QT? Well now everybody knows

Yahoo! She said yes. Verizon confirms $4.8bn acquisition

Marissa Meyer says she's proud of what she's done

BlackBerry's licensing strategy looks smart – and a lot like Nokia's

AnalysisIt's an IP world now

Tinder porn scam: Swipe right for NOOOOOO I paid for what?

Dig yourself out of this one, buddy

EMC XtremIO has its quirks but rumours of its death are overblown

CommentAn embarrassment of all-flash array riches

Systemax flogs German sub to CANCOM

Sound of a group break-up? Nah, just exiting 'our most challenging market'

Intel's non-volatile memory is firmly in non-growth territory

AnalysisChipzilla SSD revenues diving while it converts to 3D NAND

Alleged hacker Lauri Love will learn his fate in September, says judge

Judgment to be delivered after the summer holidays

Seagate's south UK factory hasn't a future but HDDs do (it hopes)

ClusterStor-developing shop closing down as biz develops new disk tech

SFW is Safe For Civica: EU Ref software biz gobbled up

SFWxit? Civixit? Something like that

Zen loses its chill: UK biz ISP falls offline for four hours and counting

UpdatedTITSUP: Total Inability To Support Upset Punters

The very latest on the DNC email conspiracy. Which conspiracy? All of them, of course!

Anti-semitic, Trump-loving Russians battle with Bernie-hating Clinton acolytes

Seagate to dismount and fsck its ClusterStor?

'We're unable to provide any other information at this time'

Hans off! Ericsson unplugs CEO after gräsliga results

Vestberg pays price

Schrems v Facebook: 2018

Euro cops, Intel and Kaspersky slay Shade ransomware

No More Ransom campaign kicks off

TN not friends with Zenefits

I'm good, I'm fine, solid quarter, real well ... pants Sprint as it limps past, spilling $300m

'Most new customers in nine years'

Illinois StingRay crackdown

Uber's dud private dick given a hard time by judge in stiff surge case

'The court cannot help but be troubled by this whole dismal incident'

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