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Hyperconverged benchmark

Google's Allo chat app hits a downside to AI: Bot must hoard private messages to train itself

Stay in incognito mode to get secure texting

TV industry gets its own 'dieselgate' over 'leccy consumption tests

Software that detects government tests, where have we heard that before?

'Strategic' submarine cable to connect islands where locals just emerged from stone age

India's decided the Andaman Islands need proper internet

Google automates Apps OAuth token revocation

Tells devs: 'errors are a feature, not a bug'.

New Gnome emerges blinking into the sunlight

The *nix desktop quit being awful in March, and reckons it's on the road to 'good'

CAIDA adds geo-tags to its Internet AS dataset

310,000 network links: that's how big your Interwebs grew. Mapping them is very useful

Juniper plugs net manager

EyePhones packing Iris-scanning authentication to go mainstream

Analyst says Galaxy Note 7 will fire up the mobile biometrics market

Intel taps baton, tells the IoT orchestra to tune up

Chipzilla updates dev environment for Thing connectivity

Microsoft deletes Windows 10 nagware from Windows 7 and 8

Windows Update silently did the deed, added a few security fixes for .Net Framework too

Obituary: Victor Scheinman, inventor of the 'Stanford Arm' factory robot

ROTMThe man who gave us our first Robotic Overlords

Norwegian Big Blue

Zombie Moore's Law shows hardware is eating software

Customised CPUs are doing things software just can't do on commodity kit

Wi-Fi Alliance publishes LTE/WiFi coexistence test plan

Would-be LTE-U carriers told to take these tests, or just leave off

Behold the fruit of your techie utopia: A $43 San Francisco fog-infused martini

Enjoy the light flavor and crisp notes of everything that is wrong with this city

SWIFT warns of more 'sophisticated' attacks, readies anti-fraud tool

Haven't hardened? You're still gunna get hacked, says CISO

Oracle's cloud strategy is simple – woo and win the latecomers

OpenWorldHybrid cloud for those who dithered, like Big Red

DDoS attacks: For the hell of it or targeted – how do you see them off?

Cloud-based DDoS defences introduce delays

Virgin Media costs balloon by MEEELLIONS in wake of Brexit

ExclusiveStaffer also asks: Why is Richard Branson still in our ads?

WTF ... makes mobile phone batteries explode?

ExplainerIn the phablet, the silent phablet, the LiOn sleeps tonight

MI6 to hire another 1,000 bods 'cos of private surveillance tech

Might be easier just to get a bunch of plastic surgeons in

‘Penultimate’ BlackBerry seen on 'do not publish' page as fire sale begins

This is the end, beautiful friend, the end

My God, I've got nothing on! Microsoft's $200m Wunderlist is down

Not so Wunder-ful, eh?

Going hyperconverged? Don't forget to burst into the cloud

Just make sure your team evolves with the technology

EU U-turns on mobile roaming fees: No 90-day cap after all

Who didn't see that one coming?

Here's how to see Tim Cook or SatNad strut their starkers stuff

NSFWThis is an appalling, disgusting, gut-wrenching abuse of technology

Objects! Aaah-ah ... the savior of software-defined storage?

CommentPerformance, capacity, management and more reasons why they're great

Windows 10 backlash: Which? demands compo for forced upgrades

If MS bricked your box, MS oughta cough up, says consumer org

Seventeen hopefuls fight for the NVMe Fabric array crown

CommentSurvey shows a storage tidal wave coming our way

Nexsan's new salesman

Despite IANA storm, ICANN shows just why it shouldn't be allowed to take over internet's critical functions

Self-serving organization simply incapable of admitting fault

BT Openreach boss wants you to know that deep down, they care

Here's a webpage of infographics. Now stop whinging, peons

I want to remotely disable Londoners' cars, says Met's top cop

Psst, chief. You've probably not heard of backdoors – this is a seriously bad idea

Not enough personality: Google Now becomes Google Not Anymore

Screenscraper rebranded

EU's one-time antitrust hammer Steelie Neelie had 'offshore interests'

Failure to declare was an 'admin error' she says

Intel XPoint over-selling criticism surges as Chipzilla hits back

'We stand by our figures' says defiant company mouthpiece

Brit boffins get $800k for Los Angeles Twitter pre-crime tech

Department of Justice cash will develop Minority Report-style tool using social media data

Big biz happy to whip out credit cards for pay-as-you-go – Red Hat

AnalysisNot so interested in lengthy subscription contracts

Windows Server 2016: Leg up or lock in?

Microsoft IgniteSoftware Assurance licensing tags along

Half! a! billion! Yahoo! email! accounts! raided! by! 'state! hackers!'

UpdatedEmail addresses, phone numbers, hashed passwords, DoBs, security Q&As swiped

Oracle lawyers prevail in copyright case (No, not that, the other one)

Rimini Street will have to foot $46m legal bill

Game over: IANA power-grab block pulled from Congress funding bill

Cruz 'profoundly disappointed' as attempt to screw country fails

2 in 3 Millennials block ads

US Homeland Security launches IoT willy-waving campaign

Our policies are gonna be the best, ignore all the rest

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