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Census fail to get Oz Senate probe; NDIS fix promised this year

Who's in charge of gummint IT anyway?

Patch now: Apple emits fix for Pegasus spyware bugs in OS X, Safari

Vulns in iOS show up in shared code with desktop cousins

OpenBSD 6.0 lands

VAX support no longer devils the devs

Windows 10 now rules the weekend, taking over from Windows 7

Redmond's latest is climbing nicely, mostly at Windows 7's expense

Baidu peddles PaddlesPaddles, floats open source AI tech

Deep learning suite with Python front end

That Public Health study? No, it didn't say 'don't do chemo'

When big media goes clueless about big data

Google crushes 33 Chrome bugs, pays boffins more than $56k

Uni kid's turn to shout.

The survivors: Intel's Apollo Lake netbook CPUs stagger from Goldmont bloodbath

And into your Xmas stocking

SETI searchers: We still haven't found what we're looking for

Say 'interesting radio signal' probably from boring old Earth

Lightspeed PoS vendor breached, sensitive database tapped

Vendor: 'We've applied new patches and access controls!' Sys admin: 'Whaddya mean NEW?!'

Adobe ices ColdFusion server admin password, file hack hole

Slap patch, no need to reboot

A plumber with a blowtorch is the enemy of the data centre

On-CallThe safety training trailer turned out to offer lessons in the opposite

London's Francis Crick Institute will house 1,250 cancer-fighting boffins

Biomed brainboxes have already begun moving in

Ditch tape and fly into the public cloud with us, beams bullish Actifio

CommentDeduping backup boxen are 'rarely usable'? Whatever

Paint your wagon (with electric circuits) but leave my crotch alone

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Is it just me or is it hot in here?

Feeling Locky, punk?

Latest Intel, AMD chips will only run Windows 10 ... and Linux, BSD, OS X

Water coolerEl Reg answers your questions while you wait for make all to finish

Brave idea: Ex Mozilla man punts Bitcoin adblocking browser

Pay direct, avoid the advertising

Helpful airport robots

Behold this golden era of storage startups. It's coming to an end

CommentPotential for revolutionary advances is shrinking

Lindsay Lohan's Grand Theft Auto V cartoon case kicked out of court

Soz love, it's called satire

Beautiful, efficient, data-sucking Smart Cities: Why do you give us the creeps?

Huawei ConnectThey need truckloads of networking kit. But... but...

Hewlett Packard Enterprise in talks to offload software, asking for '$8bn to $10bn'

Nearly as much as we paid for Autonomy... badoom tish

Kaspersky 'terminates' deal with security reseller Quadsys

Hack a rival? We're not cool with that, says Russian AV titan

'Power equipment failure' borks EE's data services across England

PDP authentication failure? This is why

Azerbaijani hacktivists leak Armenian security service docs

Hardly a Snowden, though: Passport details of nation's visitors leaked

We want GCHQ-style spy powers to hack cybercrims, say police

Why catch crooks when you can DDoS them from the nick?

Google scraps its Project Ara modular smartphone wheeze

Software-focused firm backs out of hardware idea

Anti-piracy site DDoSed

Dwarf planet Ceres has a watery secret: An 11 mile wide ice volcano

Geology, space-style

Childcare app bods wipe users' data – then discover backups had been borked for a year

All this the weekend before kids go back to school

EMC-Pure Storage patent sueball circus sent back to square one

Old Sun Microsystems patent prompts judge to order retrial

Exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phablets recalled immediately

Brits invited to hand over their flammable phablets

Hacking mobile login tokens tricky but doable, says reverse-engineer

I think I'm a clone now, there's always two of me just a-hangin' around

When Irish eyes are filing: Ireland to appeal Europe's $15bn Apple tax claw-back

Get your hand out of the Cooky jar, says Cabinet

NBA's Golden State Warriors sued for 'mic snooping' mobile app

Fans cry foul over excessive recording powers

Bloke accused of Linux kernel.org hack nabbed during traffic stop

Possible 40 years in the Big House for 2011 infiltration of open-source world's servers

Is it time to unplug frail OpenOffice's life support? Apache Project asked to mull it over

Software hit by dev drought: Patch it or lose it

FBI Clinton email dossier

IPv4 wealth redistributed

New Microsoft Bug Bounty

ABBA-solutely crapulous! Swedish router-maker won't patch gaping hole

Inteno says SOHOpeless security problem should be fixed by carriers

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