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Facebook Yarn's for your JavaScript package

One string to bring them all and in the installation bind them

Google sets the date for first sniff at Android 7.1

Holding back Assistant and apps drawer for Pixel

US govt mulls DNC hack

Hungarian bug-hunters spot 130,000 vulnerable Avtech vid systems on Shodan

SOHOpeless CCTVs and video recorders

Sckipio touts fibre-like symmetrical G.fast kit

Stick this on your pole, instead of fibre

Oz infosec spooks: ease back on the “cybers”, this is serious

For example, not-China* didn't “hack the BoM's supercomputers”

Adobe on patch parade to march out 83 bugs

Reader, Acrobat, Flash get fixes.

Singapore slings millions into ASEAN infosec

Region needs to skill-up, says minister

NASA opens ISS to private sector modules

The plan is to to build wider experience useful for Izzy's successor

PC sales sinking almost as fast as Donald Trump's poll numbers

68 million units a quarter and falling as 'Some consumers may never upgrade a PC again'

Kodak teases smartphone

Burger barn put cloud on IT menu, burned out its developers

Move to the cloud and you may need 'vendor managers' and more governance

Snowden investigator slams leaker-detector background checks

Testing reveals the past, not what someone will do once you make them bitter and twisted

UK govt sucks at AI and robots, doesn't use them to its advantage – wait, is that good or bad?

Select committee slams Blighty's techno-ignorance

Queen Lizzie awarded good behaviour medal

Well done for not being a naughty girl

Google Pixel: Devices are a dangerous distraction from the new AI interface

AnalysisPick a partner, eat the Nougat, feel the love

Desktop budget wrangles: Whose device is it anyway?

Device-agnostic diagnostics

Rage-making, anxiety-inducing tech distributors: An ode

Sysadmin BlogOne reselling man tells his tale of woe

Speaking in Tech: 'Healthy friction' among vendors at Cloud Foundry

PodcastContainers, standards ... switchblades at dawn?

WD flashes first SanDisk drives: Blue and Green

Applies disk-drive style branding to SanDy-driven SSDs

SAP re-positions senior UK cloud brass

A Roos by any other name

Nicole forces NASA resupply into Sunday launch: Crew must wait for their packet soup

Orbital ATK only has 5-minute gap for launch this weekend

First look at Windows Server 2016: 'Cloud for the masses'? We'll be the judge of that

ReviewContainers, security and better hypervisor – but not much for small biz peeps

Blighty's National Pupil Database has been used to control immigration

New plans to slurp pupils' nationality won't be passed to Home Office. Honest

What’s the link between Brexit, cloud and open source?

Yep, it’s time for another reader poll

Ireland reaps benefits of Apple's tax schemes, even without EU bounty

Spending increases in nation's budget for 2017 driven by corporate tax increase

Without new anti-robot laws, humanity is doomed, MPs told

RotMJust because we're decades away from seeing real robo-killing machines...

Red Hat tosses Ansible Galaxy into the open source gale

Take it, DevOps with it, bring it back – if you want

Europe loves to pay by bonk* - survey

Mobile payments going gangbusters, beams Visa

Will Microsoft's nerd goggles soar like an Eagle, or flop like a turkey?

AnalysisHello, HoloLens

SAP fixes gaping authentication bypass flaw after 3 YEARS

ERPScan reveals wide open door for miscreants

Fancy a hand with disasters?

WD gives My Passport spinning rust drives a lick of paint

Colourless My Passport for Mac and My Book drives are boring black only

Just minding your own business, doing HCI. Suddenly you're inside ... a magic quadrant

HPE leads - at least in Gartner mages' estimation

Big Mickey Dell is wrong: Cloud ain't going to eat all of IT

Storage architectThink of it like the difference between PAYG and a contract phone

Startup dusts off rent-a-box on-premises corpse, adds ARM muscle, cloud brains

A sprinkling of Internet of Things ... and ... it's alive!

Atlassian promises elastic pipelines and premium plan

Bets on devs moving to the cloud wholesale

Cisco UK channel and sales bigwig Roberts splits

Ten years at any enterprise networking vendor is enough for one human

Trustmarque CEO Haddow to staff: This week will be my last

Sources tell us sales director di Ventura next to split from Capita-owned biz

Hey, you know what Samsung is also burning after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco? $2.3bn

That's nearly five Samsung-Apple patent lawsuits

Atari's Bushnell gets into VR

//Mmmm //tasty – Pure gens up FlashArray//m for fifth time

Faster controllers and boosted flash capacity

Mercedes answers autonomous car moral dilemma: Yeah, we'll just run over pedestrians

Chances are that they're peasants anyway

Bureau of Statistics hides trade data about monitors. Yes, monitors!

Help us out here readers: why is it useful to hide data on which States import monitors?

FYI: Amazon's corner stores scan your plates

Convenience shops want to know when you're driving up

Oracle rip-off merchants Rimini Street fined another $28m, hit with permanent ban

Of course, it appeals Big Red's judgment and asks for stay

Telnet, SSH prod of death smashes Cisco broadband boxes offline

Plus: Login into a stranger's Cisco Meeting account and chat away as them

Assange meeting delayed

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