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Zuckerberg thinks he's cyber-Jesus – and publishes a 6,000-word world-saving manifesto

CommentWe took one for the team and deciphered it for you

US visitors must hand over Twitter, Facebook handles by law – newbie Rep starts ball rolling

Rookie's bill targets visa applicants, may never happen

Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong cuffed in $40m corruption, perjury bust

Explosive news that, for once, doesn't involve a self-detonating battery

nbn™ to cut the charges ISPs pay for traffic

In theory this should mean ISPs offer faster plans for fewer dollars

Oracle's IoT play: Teach business apps and things to talk together

There's lots of things out there and Big Red wants to dig 'em out of silos and cloud 'em up

Knock knock. Who's there? A Lenovo server salesperson, because revenue dip's no joke

PCs are going great, but enterprise and mobile divisions are in turnaround mode

Dead cockroaches make excellent magnets – now what are we supposed to do with this info?

They'll stick notes to fridges in the aftermath of nuclear war?

FAKE BREWS: America rocked by 'craft beer' scandal allegations

Retail mega-giant accused in lawsuit of being lying IPA-holes

'I'm innocent!' says IT contractor on trial after Office 365 bill row spiraled out of control

Bloke cuffed, charged after customer's subscription axed

What does a complex AI model look like? Here's some Friday eye candy from UK biz Graphcore

PicsVivid images of machine learning graph processing

Déjà vu: Euro Patent Office prez ignores yet another formal rebuke

King Battistelli tries to reconstitute Appeals Committee – staff union refuses

Installing disks is basically LEGO, right? This admin failed LEGO

On-CallThis bit goes here, this bit goes there and - huh! - why aren't the lights blinking?

UK recruitment biz Coal Intelligent Technology ceases trading

Contractors and staff may be left out of pocket

Errors in Australia's Centrelink debt recovery system were inevitable

... as in all complex systems

A webcam is not so much a leering eye as the barrel of a gun

Something for the Weekend, Sir?It wants to see me stripped

Did Oracle just sign tape's death warrant? Depends what 'no comment' means

Big Red keeps schtum over the status of StreamLine

Brit watchdog spanks Microsoft, Amazon, Apple into promising fairer cloud contracts

Smackdown on random hikes and service tweaks

Hyperconverged market gets hyper-competitive as new riders enter field

AnalysisBut they'll be hard-pressed to catch Dell and Nutanix

New Royal Navy Wildcat helicopters can't transmit vital data

Crews have to land and move tactical info around via USB sticks. No, really

Nokia's 3310 revival – what's NEXT? Vote now

You loved it, they killed it: Now bring it back

Mystery deepens over Android spyware targeting Israeli soldiers

'Unlikely Hamas is responsible' – researchers

Yee-haw! It's the Friday storage round-up

Getting those pesky ponies into that there corral, yessiree

Microsoft makes cheeky bid for MongoDB devs on Azure security grounds

Come and use DocumentDB, we've fired up Photoshop

UK Snoopers' Charter gagging order drafted for London Internet Exchange directors

ExclusiveRushed proposal opens rift in internet giants' club

Round-filed 'paperless' projects: Barriers remain to Blighty's Digital NHS

Report: It's not going to save money or anything. Plus we'll still need paper

US account holders more likely to switch banks following fraud

More evidence that security = happy customers

Smash up your kid's Bluetooth-connected Cayla 'surveillance' doll, Germany urges parents

Or switch it off, bin it, bury it, whatever's necessary

Huge if true: iPhone 8 will feature 3D selfies, rodent defibrillator

Set aside rational thought, it's Apple click-click story time

Probe President Trump and his crappy Samsung Twitter-o-phone, demand angry congressfolk

The Galaxy S3 is real but is its security FAKE NEWS?

BlackBerry sued by hundreds of staffers 'fooled' into quitting

And it's suing Nokia for patent infringement on wireless comms

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