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Shamoon malware returns to again wipe Saudi-owned computers

Iran suspected as likely source of re-vamped nastyware

'AWS is fast, punches above its weight, stings Oracle, but no knockout'

AWS re:InventPundits note growth in Lambda, database efforts as highlights of conf

Google turns on free public NTP servers that SMEAR TIME

With a leap second coming up, smearing's quite a good idea

Hackers waste Xbox One, PS4, MacBook, Pixel, with USB zapper

VIDSWhat would happen if someone sticks this USBBQ into an airplane seat socket?

Server market slumps as everyone stops buying

Clouds, boffins, businesses all keep hands in pockets. And ARMs are nowhere

Windows 10 market share growth just barely has a pulse

Thanksgiving turkey: Free turns out to be what you were willing to pay

Sysadmin figures out dating agency worker lied in his profile

On-CallI'm tall, handsome, ready to commit and don't know how to operate the ENTER key

LeEco Le Pro 3: Low-cost, high-spec Droid takes on the big boys with a big fat batt

ReviewStonkingly good grunt, battery life, some rough edges

Microsoft's 'Samaritan' refuses help to hackers doing Win 10 recon

'SAMRi10' script hides the creds hackers crave, making box-to-box jumps harder

It’s Brexploitation! Microsoft punishes UK for Brexit with cloud price-gouging

Redmond blames currency for UK-hosted Azure hike

EU court to determine how Uber's business should be defined

Transport provider... Information purveyor... Both?

HyperGrid's ex-ice hockey player evangelist wants to slot the puck

AnalysisMurphy’s Marrakech Express leads to metaphorical storage goal

Brexit means Brexit: What the heck does that mean...

... for your data?

Pure Storage is betting its FlashArray farm on NVMe

+CommentAdoption starts in 2017 and will be leading flash interface protocol by 2019

Plastic fiver: 28 years' work, saves acres of cotton... may have killed less than ONE cow*

Inventor of polymer banknote: Veggie £5 refuseniks are being 'absolutely stupid'

Sh... IoT just got real: Mirai botnet attacks targeting multiple ISPs

AnalysisNow ZyXEL and D-Link routers from Post Office and TalkTalk under siege

Microsoft refuses to join the Zero Outage brigade, Google and AWS keep mum

Heads in sand time. If service providers don't admit a problem exists, does it?

HPE UK preps the redundancy ride as Chrimbo looms

Not compulsory... yet! On track to shift 60% of service staff to 'low-cost countries'

Internet of Things alliance LoRa: Licence to WAN? Yes please

Coughing up for spectrum might be worth it for quality of service

Axel Springer boss defends Facebook in fake news controversy

Zuck finds a friend

Dell EMC kills off VxRack Neutrino

EOL for hyper-converged, rack-scale, turnkey turkey

Exclusive: Team Trump's net neutrality guru talks to El Reg

InterviewBursting the filter bubble with Dr Layton

Russia accuses hostile foreign powers of plot to undermine its banks

Let's get ready to rouble

HMS Queen Lizzie to carry American jets and sail in support of US foreign policy

She might as well wear the Stars and Stripes at this rate

King's College London staggers from outage, replaces infrastructure services head


Reimagine with us, the FT's printed virtual reality guide to Dublin

Printed VR, you say?

Apple blames air for iPhone 6S's narcolepsy

Battery woes blamed on indecent exposure during manufacturing

Violin Memory axes staff just before Christmas, gives CFO $150k bonus

Cash gift-wrapped to keep beancounter sweet for next couple of months

Amazon tries again with AppStream because customers didn't like it

Tired of desktop apps that respond instantly? Banish them to the browser

Microsoft, IBM, Intel refuse to hand over family jewels to China

US giants balk at demands to reveal source code, schematics

VCs to Trump: You know what would really make America great? Tax breaks for VCs

Silicon Valley sugar daddies want more cash to throw at startups

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