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Quake-hit Italy: Open up Wi-Fi

Muddying the waters of infosec: Cyber upstart, investors short medical biz – then reveal bugs

AnalysisSome sharks wear suits and ties

Redmond reveals Hyper-V 2016 beats vSphere's RAM and CPU count

It's not how big you are, it's what you do with it that counts

A USB stick as a file server? We've done it!

Road testSanDisk's 'Connect Wireless Stick' is made for mobile, but we've bent it to become a 'Campfire NAS'

Snakes on the phone!

Juno probe to graze Jupiter on Saturday

Closest encounter with gas giant will see craft close to just 4,200km from cloud-tops

Google 'Solitaire' ... Just do it

Mozilla breathes petition-of-fire at EU copyright laws

A plague on artists using pre-internet IP laws to ruin your holiday snaps, and the Internet

I fart in your general direction! Comet 67P lets rip on Europe's Rosetta probe

PicYour mother was a punch card reader and your father smelt of static C libraries

Linux turns 25, with corporate contributors now key to its future

What's the weather in Hell today? Linus Torvalds has visited Microsoft at LinuxCon

Sysadmin sticks finger in pipe, saves data centre from flood

On-CallThen the suits boarded up an exhaust vent that dirtied their BMWs

Robot babies fail in role as teenage sex deterrents

'Infant simulators' that cry and go Code Brown don't stop girls from having actual kids

EE looks at its call charges, hikes a bunch, walks off giggling

Want to make a call abroad? Use someone else

New booze guidelines: We'd rather you didn't enjoy yourselves

Project Fear is back, and it wants your plonk

A partial de-cloaking of Samsung's mystery Z-SSD

Tight-lipped firm lets a few nuggets sneak out

Pure Storage notches up a 93 per cent growth rate. Not bad, not bad

They're still losing tens of millions, though

Corporates ARE sniffing around Windows 10, says Computacenter

Half-yearly results lets them punt unloved OS again

Notting Hill Carnival spycams: Met Police rolls out real-time live face-spotting tech

Cops are using machines to spy on us – again

NHS slaps private firm Health IQ for moving Brits' data offshore

Spot check spots naughtiness

Brocade broadcasts financial success. Well, if you call an 89% profit drop 'success'

Better than expected, though Fibre Channel is faltering

If you haven't changed your Dropbox password for 4 years, do so now

Firm says mandatory reset is linked to 2012 LinkedIn mega-breach

Bloody Dell! Is EMC going to drop its logo? Answers on a postcard to Brentford

PicsReg man spies changes to London HQ

Uber lost $7m a DAY in the first half of this year

Disruptive innovation for the bank balance

Go forth Spitzer! To infinity and....

Telescope to enter new "Beyond" phase

Google breaks heart, White Knight falls off horse

AnalysisNow. About that Venezuelan option...

Sunny, summery Intel slips out six flashy 3D NAND SSDs

Doing Internet of Things stuff? There's one for you, too

Rackspace finds its $4.3bn sugar daddy

Cloud wrangler inks deal to go private

'Fake CEO' Chinese chap cuffed in $54m fraud probe

Money laundering charges after chief exec imitation trick

Apple is making life terrible in its factories – labor rights warriors

Manufacturers buckling under demands for cheaper iStuffs

SpaceX Dragon capsule lands in Pacific carrying 12 moustronauts

NASA to watch Musketeer relatives carefully

Having offended everyone else in the world, Linus Torvalds calls own lawyers a 'nasty festering disease'

Time for a compendium of abuse

Tech fails miserably in Forbes' most innovative companies

But don't worry, the methodology is suspect to say the least

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