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Googler mad over cop scrap

Gmail suffers worldwide wobbly Wednesday

Chocolate Factory struggles to fix lingering outages

Shocker: Clouds and SD-WANs aren't network nirvana

So in wades Riverbed, with its usual tricks tweaked for the stuff all the cool kids are doing

French hackers selling hidden .22 calibre pen guns on secret forums

Other nations' crackers deal in code only, but in France things are seriously nasty

Evernote dumps its own bit barn, boards Google's cloud

Machine learning and analytics as G-cloud's biggest lures

35,000 ARRIS cable modems at risk from firmware dumper bot

Backdoor-within-a-backdoor enables significant naughtiness

Google GPS grab felt like a feature, was actually a bug

Play Store 'error state' just kept trying to find you even though GPS was out of reach

Star Trek: Discovery delayed

Microsoft Desktop Bridge opens, Win32 apps can now cross into Windows Store

Redmond's Universal Windows Platform vision gets a little closer to reality

Double-dipping malware steals iOS creds and roots Android

Old Apples, modded Androids, most at risk from Chinese DualToy trojan

Chinese space lab lifts today

China gets the e-Gov love bug

Beijing's just about using Government Digital Service lovey-speak

Gutted: 6.6M cleartext creds, dox, breached in ClixSense site hack

Account opening ammo goes up for sale.

Pass the 'Milk' to make code run four times faster, say MIT boffins

New programming language does clever things with caches

Slack adds 'All Unreads' view

Great British Great Bake Off gets new judge

PollMadeira cake, Madeira cake, Madeira cake!

'Inherent risk' to untried and untested 4G emergency services network – NAO

If the network goes down, people could die

Dear sysadmin: This is how you stay relevant

Sysadmin blogYour business's flexible friend

Spam texters fined £30K

The Internet of Things isn't just for Bluetooth toothbrushes, y'know

ThingmonkGetting hot and sweaty at a London IoT shindig

Hacker and chums jailed over gold bullion hack, track 'n' grab scam

Bad pennies

Exploding public cloud just getting bigger, will be worth $200bn in 2016 – Gartner

Security questions persist, but world is hungry for more

EU law: Brussels burps up aspirational copyright tweaks

AnalysisCross-border online access 'widened'

SMiShing on the rise

Oracle: Delayed Java Enterprise Edition 8 to land 'within the year'

Ladies and gents, warm up your wishlists

British mobile AI 'bot perfecter stalked by Silicon Valley – report rumoured to be AI tech target

EU ends anonymity and rules open Wi-Fi hotspots need passwords

Well done Pirates. Great result

DDoSers do it more now, but they do it less fiercely*

Gaming, software industries bear brunt raw packet assaults

Azure is on fire, your DNS is terrified

Many services affected

Teenage noughties protocol BitTorrent reinvents itself again

InterviewFirst the news, now enterprise tech

Elastic acquires predictive analytics firm

Buy Prelert, the world needs... um

Mirantis grabs Kubernetes maestro to orchestrate OpenStack inversion

TCP Cloud brings AWS-industrial scale to microservices management

Trump website server config snafu left interns' CVs exposed

An HTTP 301, you say? Oh deary me

Microsoft: Our AI speech recognition mangles your words the least

Cortana may be due an upgrade

Alleged buggy software wrongly flunks wannabe lawyers from bar exam. What happened next won't shock you

UpdatedThe worst people to piss off

It's OK for the FBI's fake hacks to hack suspects' PCs, says DoJ watchdog

Feds' 'request for comment' to school bomb threat teen was loaded with malware

Encryption backdoors? It's an ongoing dialogue, say anti-terror bods

CloudFlare Internet SummitSilicon Valley's uneasy alliance with Washington

Oracle's feeling pretty SaaS-tisfied with itself

Profit of $1.8bn almost enough to cover Larry's OpenWorld entertainment budget

T-Mobile USA: DON'T install Apple's iOS 10, for the love of God

UpdatediPhone 6, 6+ and SE fans told to stay away from software update for now

Fanbois iVaporate: Smallest Apple iPhone queues ever

Peak AppleBuyers leave overnight lines as no Plus or Jet Black models on sale at the Sydney store we like to stalk

'Google tax' already being avoided, says Australian Tax Office

Big accountants felt to have helped tech companies under suspicion of new dodge

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