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26th > January > 2017 Archive

'Celebgate' nudes thief gets just nine months of porridge

I was hooked on porno, says chap who nicked compromising selfies of 300 people

Disk-nuking malware takes out Saudi Arabian gear. Yeah, wipe that smirk off your face, Iran

Shamoon 2 software nasty is back and more evil than before

Northumbria Uni fined £400K after boffin's bad math gives students a near-killer caffeine high

Pair needed dialysis after downing equivalent of 300 cups of coffee

Infinidat slims down in UK: Storage upstart has just handful of Brit staff

One sales head left and no country manager in Blighty, industry sources say

Toss your day job. Start a backup company. Sorted

AnalysisBarracuda's BJ on cloud... and Reg man on that sweet, sweet data protection honey

Huawei could rescue Amazon's Alexa from the smart home

AnalysisMobile integration a lifeline out of domestic drudgery

Bloke launches twinkly range of BBC Micro:bit accessory boards

Picszbit:connect, as built by one-time Nexsan man

Sky fattens up broadband subs as it hovers above Fox's open mouth

Also set to launch broadband-based service TV service without satellite

In real life, Q is a woman! Head of MI6 calls for more female techies at SIS

Dispel your Bond stereotypes, says white, male, officer-class, privately educated chief

En garde! Touché! Sorry for the cliché! Pure Storage flashes its blade

Slashing away at Big Data access latency like Zorro

Chinese bloke cycles 500km to get home... in the wrong direction

Pipe down, London commuters on Southern Rail

Windows code-signing tweaks sure to irritate software developers

UpdatedCheers, Redmond

PS4 Pro woes: Random display blackouts caught on camera

VideoSpeculation builds over root cause of 'Connectiongate'

President Trump tweets from insecure Android, security boffins roll eyes

To be fair, you might too. But you're not the most powerful man in the world

H0LiCOW! Hubble's constant update paves way for 'new physics'

Standard model of cosmology may be incorrect, say experts

US Congress asks FCC to snuff out Google's TV landgrab

It's dead already, Congresscritters argue

Too early for champers? Quantum faces its first sales rise in a decade

If the next quarter goes their way, that is

I'm deadly serious about megatunnels, vows Elon Musk

Going underground

WD Corp picks teeth after SanDisk dinner, seems pleased with fuller figure

+CommentSpinners boosted by SSD sales

NetApp rehires former exec Thurlow to run UK biz

Five years in the wilds and away from storage is enough for any man

This goldfish and its steerable robot tank will destroy humanity

RotMMark our words. First this uni campus, then the world

Your Facebook account is now more secure than your bank's (probably)

Protect those baby pics and political rants with hardware two-factor auth keys

More mobe malware creeps into Google Play – this time, ransomware

Charger seeks to drain bank accounts of unlucky 'droids

Oracle sues its own star sales rep after she wins back $200k in pay fight

Database giant's contract slammed as 'draconian' and 'manifestly unfair'

Trump signs 'no privacy for non-Americans' order – what does that mean for rest of us?

AnalysisEurope's Privacy Shield shaken by US prez

Time to face the music, Violin Memory: Upstart's asset auction is over

Who won? Well, we're waiting – and waiting and waiting and ...

IBM's SoftLayer is having a meltdown – and customers aren't happy

UpdatedIt's been a mess ever since BlueMix took over, says user

Hitachi ponies up $3.5m for laptop battery rip-off

Joins Sony, LG and NEC, but Panasonic, Samsung, Sanyo and Toshiba still fighting

Doomsday Clock moves to 150 seconds before midnight. Thanks, Trump

Closest setting to doom since the heady days of 1953

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