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Apple vs. Samsung goes back to court, again, to re-assess the value of a rounded corner

It's time to debate damages. To Apple and to common sense

Just give up: 123456 is still the world's most popular password

Data diggers' dumpster dive demonstrates dumb and dumberer defences

Windows 10 memory management changes to give Hyper-V more headroom

New VMs will use over-provisioned RAM reserved by other apps

Samsung fans flames of burning Galaxy Note 7 mystery

Promises to reveal reasons for unfashionably phlammable phablet next week

Brilliant phishing attack probes sent mail, sends fake attachments

UPDATEStrategy_Doc.PDF from the next cubicle is actually a portal to p0wnage

Cloud hardware spend hits US$8.4bn/quarter, as traditional kit sinks

2017 forecast to see cloud kit clock $11bn every 90 days

McDonald's forget hash, browns off security experts

Golden Arches website's security doesn't pass the sensible surfing taste test

Google reveals its servers all contain custom security silicon

Even the servers it colocates (!) says new doc detailing Alphabet sub's security secrets

Windows 10 Anniversary Update crushed exploits without need of patches

Microsoft security boffins throw fresh CVEs at unpatched OS, emerge smiling

Calls for's tax digitisation plans to be put on the back burner

Timetable 'unachievable'. Now, where have we heard that one before?

Nielsen, eat your heart out: TiVo woos admen with prediction engine

AnalysisBringing more audience data to TV advertising

Market researchers big up NRAM

Silicon to carbon change could boost Nantero's business

Happy birthday: Jimbo Wales' sweet 16 Wikipedia fails

From aardvark to Bicholim, the encylopedia of things that never were

BT installs phone 'spam filter', says it'll strain out mass cold-callers

We know you've been in an accident. It says so in our *beeeeep*

Prepare for ReRAM speed! Crossbar samples SMIC chips

16nm? Lower. 10nm? Lower. You cannot be serious

SpaceX makes successful rocket launch

Musk's merry men manage it this time

Tech moguls dominate Oxfam's rich people Hateful 8

They've got as much money as half the world, scolds charity

Father of Android II: A Hardware Comeback

What will Andy Rubin do next?

French spies warn politicians of hack risk as election draws near

Authorities uneasy in wake of alleged Russian interference in US presidential race

Exascale HPC project pours Euro gravy into Mont-Blanc

SoCing it to the ARM-powered nodes

Amazon asks for spectrum to try out IoT networking gear

What else do you Tx at 20mW somewhere between 868MHz and 900MHz?

S Korea prosecutors seek arrest warrant for Samsung heir apparent

Mr Lee jnr ensnared in corruption scandal

London Ambulance IT system hit by three outages in last year

Patient is suspected to have died while system was down

Sage signs X3 trio to cloud 'big business' ERP combo

Salesforce SMB partner explores deeper waters

Nadella calls for AI sector to move beyond 'worshipping' a handful of companies

Wants every human computer interaction to be AI-powered

Sysadmin chatbots: We have the technology

Storage BlockheadHey Alexa, manage my system!

Jeremy Hunt pockets £14m through sale of course search website

Health Secretary makes a mint. Good for him, right?

DataGravity moves away from arrays to become a virtualised data guardian

AnalysisStartup orbits security VM around vSphere and VSAN unstructured data

Trump fan Peter Thiel 'considering' CA Terminator role*

*California State Governor

Smart guns are a neat idea on paper. They'll never survive reality

CommentNo amount of innovation will win over a suspicious public

Balancing miners borks blockchains, say boffins

Blockchain consortia are like the early internet: everyone knows and trusts each other. But when you try to scale ...

Laser beam sky mirage cannon can spy on enemies and generate Star Trek-style shields

Nice theory, BAE Systems, now where's the demonstrator?

RIP Eugene Cernan: Last man on the Moon dies aged 82

Apollo 10 and 17 astronaut, moonwalker, spacewalker, pioneer

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