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Yiannopoulos bids for 4chan

Google hires comedians

Facebook's 'Workplace' collaboration dogfood is now on your menu

There's even a partner program, sysadmin tools and cross-cloud SSO

Australian randoms are chill with Internet data retention

Australian National University poll finds peeps more afraid of terrorists than exploding phones

Tencent makes first foray into open source

Android auto-updater lands on GitHub

SAP Australia's MD and COO both resign to 'pursue opportunities outside the company'

None for ages then two at once? How curiou-aaS

Cyanogen mods self away from full Android alternative

Board shakeup and new 'buy our code McNuggets' plan follows lousy sales

MS Paint re-born in 3D

Yahoo! halts! email! forwarding! to! outside! email! addresses!

It looks like lock-in, swims like lock-in and quacks like lock-in … this could be lock-in!

Nuke plant has been hacked, says Atomic Energy Agency director

Don't panic: nothing happened, but there's also the matter of some missing uranium ...

No, software-as-a-service won't automatically simplify operations and cut costs

Doing SaaS right needs at least half-a-dozen add-ons

ExoMars arrives at the Red Planet on Sunday

Grab some popcorn: the fun starts on the 16th and will climax as Schiaparelli lander touches down next Wednesday

One-quarter of UK police websites lack a secure connection

And they want to do more online?

SSDs in the enterprise: It's about more than just speed

They're fast, sure, but they have so much more to offer

Violin stock low bow

Wanted crypto? What a pity

'Facebook and eBay need to be subject to greater scrutiny' - Margaret Hodge

Parliamentary committee needed to make global businesses accountable

Roboats hunt 'mines' and 'submarines' on Ex Unmanned Warrior

RotMThey're all simulated – but the drones aren't

There are some really crap budget phones out there. Vodafone's Smart Ultra 7 isn't

ReviewCheap doesn't mean nasty

Cabinet bare of Apple Watch

The dollars marched in two by two: Huawei tips $1m into Berkeley AI lab

Chinese firm's Noah's Ark lab to hook up with US brainboxes

RIP Samsung 'Death Note' 7

Cisco president: We've lost to AWS et al on the public cloud

Canalys Channels Forum 2016But by god we're developing some niches. Starting with shoe-based analytics

Dell-EMC races to add and extend flashy bits into its boxen

Hi-cap drives, inline compression, cloud tiering to chop flash storage costs

Smell burning? Samsung’s 'Death Note 7' could still cause a contagion

AnalysisThe trouble doesn't stop here. It starts here

Dell EMC's $3bn baby

Boost Ofcom's powers and fix mobile market woes, Three and TalkTalk tell MPs

Funnily enough, BT really doesn't agree

Majority of underage sexting suspects turn out to be underage too

Under-16s involving themselves with other under-16s, potentially criminally

HPE, IBM, ARM, Samsung and pals in plot to weave 'memory fabric'

Everyone but Intel and Cisco working together to build storage-class memory

UK cops failed to act on Canadian intel on child abuse

New command has better info-sharing practices, apparently

Fujitsu to axe 1,800 jobs across the UK

'Nothing to do with Brexit' says corporate mouthpiece

US investment 'heroes' are the people you love to hate

Old telco, rather than Silicon Valley, tops the list

Second hacking group targets SWIFT-connected banks

Odinaff shares links with Carbanak

Oracle: We're going to be the practical AI people, we swear it

Big Red says it wants to integrate intelligence into existing apps

Cheer up Samsung! You might get back $400m for copying the iPhone

Might help cover the cost of scrapping the Note 7

Twitter yanks data feeding tube out of police surveillance biz

UpdatedTracking for marketing, that's fine – but the cops? No way

FCC slams Comcast with largest-ever fine for a cable company

UpdatedTelco weeps as three hours of profits go up in smoke

Theranos investor sues

Like it or not, here are ALL your October Microsoft patches

Redmond kicks off the era of the force-fed security update

Mars by the 2030s: Obama

Pivot3 produces ROBO Edge Office

Hyper-converged infrastructure comes home

Brandis' boffin-busting de-anonymisation crime legislation has landed

Will Australian privacy researchers still be at risk of hard time?

Critical VMware bug

Samsung puts out battery fire (no, not that one)

Dell drops antitrust claims over power pack pricing

Pocket C.H.I.P. makers go Pro with cloud-linked ARM-flexing module for IoT gizmo builders

PicsFrom cute game dev to serious mass production

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