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Oz consumer watchdog: 'up to' speeds shouldn't be in broadband ads

ISPs told to get real by advertising speeds punters will get at busy times

That guy using a Surface you keep seeing around town could be a spy

Surface devices and Windows 10 are now NSA-approved for use by US government workers

NORKS fires missile that India reckons it could shoot down in flight

The Cold War called, wants its arms race back

Cisco sacrifices iron, pushes gateway protection into cloud

Umbrella takes the edge of enterprise network defence

Munich may dump Linux for Windows

Vote due next week on move that's driven by cost concerns

High tides: Boffins spy on dolphins baked on poisonous piscines

Dude, quit bogarting the blowfish

Kids these days will never understand the value of money

Nor should they, because the folding stuff is disappearing into phones and cards

New PayPal T&Cs prevents sellers trash-talking PayPal

Better not run our logo smaller than MasterCard's, pal

Third time lucky: ICANN beats off .africa ban

Promises to create new top-level domain despite ongoing court case

Ford fills up ex-Google, Uber engineers' tank: $1bn pours into Argo AI

Sizable bet on an autonomous car by 2021

Sales 'smasher' Simon Niesler lands role as SAP UK cloud supremo

Corporate rising star in charge as targets raised

The Mail vs Wikipedia: They're more alike than they'd ever admit

AnalysisTwo peas from the same pod o' clickbait?

Despite the spiel, we're still some decades from true anti-malware AI

OpinionVendors stuff jargon into antivirus marketing mix

Say a stealthy 'hi' to Gluent, Tachyum and VAST Data

AnalysisGesundheit! Ahem, can we take your cloaks, storage startups?

2009 IBM: Teleworking will save the WORLD! 2017 IBM: Get back to the office or else

Big Blue has changed its tune, past corporate strategy docs reveal

Deafening silence as Smart Hosting support tickets keep piling up

UpdatedIt's probably a good thing that their address isn't listed

Worldwide bank attack blitz linked to Sony Pictures hacking crew

Symantec securobods: Lazarus could be back from the dead

Unlucky WD Ultrastar drives are knackered, need replacing ASAP

Bad batch of disks puts data at risk

Co-op Bank up for sale while customers still feel effects of its creaking IT

Three words businesses dread: IT system transformation

UK prof claims to have first practical blueprint of a quantum computer

Simultaneously is and isn't bollocks

Google to cough up $20m after Chrome rips off anti-malware patents

Actual residents of Texas Eastern District prevail

Russia and China bombard Blighty with 188 cyberattacks in 3 months

Security secrets and private businesses are all fair game

Brave VMs to destroy themselves, any malware they find on HP's new laptop

1 like = 1 prayer for pre-baked Bromium virtualization tech

Bloke, 27, arrested, tech gear seized by cops over UK Sports Direct hack

ExclusiveChap in Shirebrook, England, on bail as probe continues

HPE brags its latest 3PAR OS shrinkwrapper better protects data

And more automation helps admin staff

If you need an in-mem analytics cruncher – and, hey, who doesn't? – Microsoft Graph Engine is now open source

Data wrangler with MIT license

Totally not-crazy billionaire Elon Musk: All of us – yes, even you – must become cyborgs

SpaceX kingpin says slow-moving human brains will be obsolete shortly

Australia finally passes mandatory data breach reporting legislation

Self-assessment and self-reporting, with exceptions for things like fat-fingered emails

IT bosses: Get budgets for better security by rating threats on a scale of zero to Yahoo!

BSides SFTips for running a compliant but safe network

WTF is up with the W3C, DRM and security bods threatened – we explain

AnalysisFive years on, attempts at compromise on web standards still fueling fights

University DDoS'd by its own seafood-curious malware-infected vending machines

2017's security headlines are starting to read like MadLibs

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