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New MH370 handshake and wing debris analysis suggests rapid descent

If plane came down fast and steep, might it have crashed to the North of the search zone?

New Zealand carrier says Cu later, copper: we're giving customers a glassing instead

Grit your teeth, Aussie fibre fans, Kiwis are beating us again

Cisco's subscriber management software needs immediate patch

Switchzilla's also looking for any Dirty COWs in its code

Big Content and Big Bit Barn are escaping the clutch of Big Photon

Zuck and Equinix create open source packet-optical switch

Qualcomm makes China pay

Cisco's OpenStack cloud drops Pokémon-clone name

We warned that 'Metapod' had trademark issues. Which is why it's now called 'Metacloud'

Vuln hunter finds nasty shared server god mode database hack holes

MySQL, MariaDB, and Percona pwned.

Amazon's very own Linux now available for download

It turns out you need to test on-premises before you send an app to the cloud

Five-a-day energy drink habit turned chap's eyes yellow, urine dark, caused anorexia

Red Bull gives you liver disease?

Dark matter? More like diet matter: Super-light axions may solve universe's mass riddle

'Particles up to ten billion times lighter than electrons'

Leaks password, check. Leaks Wi-Fi password, check. Can be spoofed, check. Ding! We have an Internet of S**t winner

UpdatedAnother crud home CCTV box

The Rosetta Stone of chatbot APIs: Upstart touts software bridge

If you want to build code for lots of platforms, don't shoot the

Universal hijack hole turns DIY Wix blogs into botnets

Communications failure leads to zero day, late patch, natch

A British phone you're not embarrassed to carry? You heard that right

Hands OnWileyFox's Swift 2 looks like a hit

Adblock overlord to Zuckerberg: Lay down your weapons and surrender

Eyeo vows Total War

Spark meets HAL: Apache's cluster master goes deep

IBM and co: Data for the masses – up the workers!

Brexit may not mean Brexit at all: loses Article 50 lawsuit

Heavily pro-remain MPs now get a vote on whether Britain will leave EU

Get that trash out of your cache

Striim shim prevents stale data Hazelcast in-memory cache corruption

Sophos buys Irish Barricade

Lenovo hires tech 'big brains' to turn around crappy sales

PC sales drop? Tick. Data centre down? Tick? Mobile? Of course

Barracuda: Outage caused by 'large number of inbound connections'

Yet firm refuses to say the word DDoS. What are they hiding?

Brexit judgment could be hit for six by those crazy Supreme Court judges, says barrister

InterviewPlus: EU courts won't have any say on Brexit

Why Apple's adaptive Touch Bar will flop

CommentIt failed when we did it, Lenovo coughs

Will the roulette ball fall for WANdisco's spiel?

How the cloud data mover is faring after executing the executor

'Inventor of email' receives damages from Gawker's collapsed empire

Former publisher Nick Denton agrees to pay Shiva Ayyadurai $750,000

Ubuntu Core Snaps door shut on Linux's new Dirty COWs

When did Linux start becoming like Windows?

NetApp shrinks headcount yet again

Hundreds axed in another round of layoffs

Hello Operator, automate my Kubernetes

CoreOS is introducing software to simplify cluster configuration

Alleged 2010 flash crash trader loses latest appeal against extradition to US

Navinder Singh Sarao will be sent for trial in America

ARMed and dangerous, Mate: Huawei slips new Cortex cores into Samsung Note killer

PicsAnd there's a swanky Porsche version, too

Build your own IMSI slurping, phone-stalking Stingray-lite box – using bog-standard Wi-Fi

Black Hat EUUni eggheads discuss track-and-trace threat

Salesforce backup = Druva

DRAMA ON MARS: Curiosity bot fires laser at alien metal object

PicAs NASA warns rover's instruments are failing

Accessories to crime: Facial recog defeated by wacky paper glasses

AKA how to look like a supermodel on camera to an AI

Think GitHub and Git but for data – and you've got FlockerHub and fli

UpdatedClusterHQ debuts information time machine for better production testing

Nest turns off oven, vacuum

Musk: Got best battery ever

Standing out from the crowd with an Android phone? You and 90 per cent of the market

Meanwhile, analysts say Blackberry and Windows Phone aren't even worth measuring

Microsoft puts Windows Updates on a diet with 'differential downloads'

PCs and devices will only pull the changes you need, in theory

Six on capacitor charges

Google knifes Eclipse Android Developer Tools

Android Studio 2.2 beckons, because what choice is there?

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