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We want Waymo money from you! Uber sued for 'stealing self-driving car' blueprints from Alphabet

How could app maker's week get any worse? Glad you asked

Cloudbleed: Big web brands 'leaked crypto keys, personal secrets' thanks to Cloudflare bug

UpdatedHeartbleed-style classic buffer overrun blunder

FCC lops off red tape around small US ISPs, y'know, things like having to own up about connection speeds

And hidden fees and pricing

South Korea targeted by cyberspies (again). Kim, got something to say?

Vulnerabilities in Hangul word processing program exploited

Motorola's modular Moto Z: A fine phone for a weekend away

Real World TestAnd grand for everyday use, but the modules just don't excite

Swedish politician wants weekly hour of paid sex. For exercise

Workers told to get on the job while on the job, to boost local population

For telcos and enterprise vendors, MWC 2017 will be an Edge/Fog/SDN/NFV-fest

Compute and storage is coming out of the core and into the light

The final 5G technical performance specs have been set

This ain't over yet by a long shot - ratification roadmap stretches to 2020

Google to annihilate online trolling with ... tra-la-la! Machine! Learning!

God, is there nothing artificial intelligence can't master? We all know you love it so much

Sysadmin's sole client was his wife – and she queried his bill

On-CallIt all ends in beers after marital bliss and commercial reality collide

Your future boss? An employee-interrogating bot – it's an open-source gift from Dropbox

Did you mean to type "rm -rf /" or should we be concerned?

Is your AI being handed to you by Google? Try Apache open source – Amazon's AWS did

Open Source Insider'Community' can buy what money can't

Omg, that is, like, sooo 2007... Retromania set to grip this year's MWC

AnalysisCan Nokia and BlackBerry save us from this 'turgid sea of sameness'?

I want it hot and wet – preferably with Wi-Fi

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Put the bamboo down and step back

BT, Ericsson square up to Arqiva, Samsung over 5G arms race

Let the hype wars commence

BOFH: Elf of Safety? Orc of Admin. Pleased to meet you

Episode 2Come right this way. The PFY doesn't bite... that hard

Visit More like International BANTS Machines, amirite?

Top bants, guys. Archbishop of Banterbury-tier stuff

Facebook scoffed at $500m damages. Now Oculus faces nerd goggles injunction

Nice one, Sheryl

Bring it BACK... with MODs! Psion 5 storms great tech revival poll

The AA-powered, pocket-sized touch daddy

New UK laws address driverless cars insurance and liability

'Automated' vehicles – who pays for damage?

Oh, irony of ironies: Gov.UK's transparency report reveals... nothing

Windows of volcanic glass

Alert! The dastardly Dutch are sailing a 90-ship fleet at Blighty

We'll have no repeat of 1667, ye lubberly scallywags!

Symbolic IO reveals tech bound to give server old guard the willies

AnalysisThe new Ferrari of the storage world

Microsoft offers Dynamics 365 data-sucking stoppage

Cloud ERP with cloud synchronisation turned OFF

Artificial intelligence 'will save wearables'!

Can you hearable me?

Mysterious Gmail account lockouts prompt hack fears

UpdatedSomething happening here, what it is ain't exactly clear

Brocade SAN sales butchered by hyper-converged upstarts

Fibre Channel revenues flag as Broadcom acquisition spooks IP network buyers

Finally proof that Apple copies Samsung: iPhone 7 Plus halts, catches fire like a Galaxy Note 7

VidTeen's shock as Jesus mobe turns into hottest tech

Surveillance software boss thrown in the clink for cooking the books

Comverse CEO Kobi sent down for a record 2.5 years after back-dating stock options

Pai, Pai, Mr American spy: FCC supremo rips up privacy protections for broadband punters

No need for ISPs to tell you what info they're slurping up

Toxic Uber sued after driver allegedly tried to rape passenger in car

Taxi app maker liable because its cabbies are interchangeable with robots, lawsuit claims

Don't worry about Privacy Shield, it's fine. Really. I promise, says US trade watchdog head

It's not fine

Engineer who blew lid on Uber's toxic sexist culture now menaced by creepy 'smear campaign'

Who could possibly have a grudge against Susan Fowler?

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