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Dell to reveal 'micro data centres' for outdoor use

Sometimes you need to compute on the edge, as well as live there

Google splats 21 bugs in Chrome 54 patch run

None critical, some embarrassing, all worth the auto-upgrade

'Pork Explosion' flaw splatters Foxconn's Android phones

Full compromise over USB bacon-ed in to smartmobes

$100 credit for Note 7 owners

Native OpenBSD hypervisor

New Brit Hubble analysis finds 2,000 billion galaxies, 10x previous count

Space is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly hugely mindbogglingly big it is

AWS has made VMware the Airbnb of the cloud

Which is clever, but 'hybrid virtualisation', not hybrid cloud, won't combat Microsoft

Facebook's un-Liked ~900 security flaws in five years

The Social Network™ has slung more than US$5m to bounty hunters

Aussie Aussie Aussie, oi oi oi you, you're fired: Apple sacks staff secretly snapping shoppers


Casino cops are coming if we can't move all this cash in a hurry

On-CallIt's New Year's day. A critical casino app is down. So one reader started digging

That UK law that'll share Brits' private info among govt departments? Yeah, that'll need oversight

Privacy watchdog calls for Digital Economy Bill safeguards

Euro Patent Office staff demand new rights to deal with terrifying boss

King Battistelli faces another revolt from underlings

Dutch govt ordered to use open standards for comms from 2017

Tough net neutrality rules draw fire, too

The UK's 'Universal Credit mega cockup was the coalition's NPfIT' - Margaret Hodge

'The problem with NHS IT is that it is just such a massive tanker'

Adding trendy tech SIEM to a hybrid computing setup

When a public cloud provider's involved, things get tricky

Apple’s macOS Sierra update really puts the fan into 'fanboi'

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Look out! It’s gonna blow!

Marmite's not the only national treasure hit by Brexit. Will someone think of the PCs?

Price hikes AGAIN as pound wobbles against the dollar

You've been hacked. What are you liable for?

'It won't happen to me...' but best be prepared

Exertis gets claws in Hammer for undisclosed sum

Come on people, think of the 'syngeries', not about less choice, etc

All-flash storage: Tech's ready, is it safe to move yet?

Time for suppliers to raise their game

Japan's SoftBank teams up with... Saudi Arabia to launch $100bn London tech fund

Saudis: You want to do this? SoftBank: Yeah man. Saudis: Don't mention Yemen!

Google TensorFlow AI bots drafted into Ocado call centre service

Web retailer builds a better email opener

Cisco president: One 'hiccup' and 'boom' – AWS is 'gone'

Interest rate rise going to kill public cloud kingpin? Sounds like wishful thinking

Post-referendum UK still part of Euro cyberterror stress test... for now

Cheer up, Europe, love. Cyberwar might never happen

HP Inc to blast more humans from employment cannon

Who needs balls when warm bodies can work out just as well

Open Sorcerers: Can you rid us of Emperor Zuck?

OX SummitLooking for lessons for FOSS from OX

Pwned Clinton aide Trumped

RBS debit card payments have gone utterly TITSUP

POETS day is in danger for those without cash

So. What's North Korea really like?

A look inside the DPRK

In 2020, biz will chuck $100bn+ at protecting itself online

Hackers gonna hack

Cisco's cloud whisperer CTO Zorawar Biri Singh blows free

'Speed and growth' needed, not 'thought leadership' as thousands axed

Drone exercise will transform future naval warfare, says Navy

But not quite in a Rise of the Machines way ... for now

Blighty's Home Office database blunders will deprive hundreds of GB driving licences

Independent report slams officials' cock-ups

Forget malware, crooks are cracking ATMs the old-fashioned way – with explosives

Blowing up cash machines is blowing up

Hey! spies! Get! in! here! and! explain! this! Yahoo! email-scanning! 'kernel! module!'

US Congress demands answers on what exactly was slurped and how

IBM: Yes, it's true. We leaned on researchers to censor exploit info

Big Blue says this isn't normal practice as infosec bods take down proof-of-concept code

HyperGrid in hyper-growth

Galaxy Note 7 US flight ban

Huge DDoS attacks are about to get bigger: Mirai bots infect Sierra Wireless gateways

Default password in cellular modem firmware exploited

The IRS spaffed $12m on Office 365 subscription IT NEVER USED

Taxman can audit all your accounts, but can't tell cloud from on-premises

Why OpenCAPI is a declaration of interconnect fabric war

+CommentAny standard but Intel in another CPU-memory interconnect consortium

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