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SHA-1 crack just got real: System Center uses it to talk to Linux

No immediate danger, but Microsoft wants you to deprecate old certs

VMware bumps certification exam prices, one by $2700

UpdatedTop-level VCDX now costs $3,995 and vAdmins aren't impressed

Hey Eric, you Schrock! Delphix engineering veep bumped up to CTO

Ex-Sun bloke earns promotion at virty database biz

HPE spotted splashing its cash at Hedvig's $21.5m funding party

Just imagine what you could do with twenty-one million dollars

Nokia 3310 'Supremo Putin' edition goes on sale in Russia

If you like retro tech, dictator chic and paying far too much for stuff, this is for you!

Nutanix spanked as it predicts sales slowdown

Sales superheroes promoted into management and suddenly next quarter looks tricky

Wearables aren't dead but apps on wearables might be

The only data you want on your wrist describes your pulse

BONG! Lasers crack Big Ben frequency riddle BONG! No idea what to do with this info BONG!

Uni bods hit bell where it hertz

Azure Stack to offer never-ending updates, for a bit less than Azure

Tech Preview 3 lands, with offline mode and promises of Blockchain services to come

Li-ion king Goodenough creates battery he says really is... good enough

Batt inventor John is back – and says his latest design charges fast, holds more energy

Google, what the hell? Search giant wrongly said shop closed down, refused to list the truth

Poultry peddler pleads Page's peeps: Precision, please

UK govt's £17.3m AI-boffinry cash injection is just 'a token amount'

Blighty's machine learning and robotics strategy lags behind other countries, say experts

Docker looks big biz in the eye: It's not you, it's EE – Enterprise Edition

Straight out of the Red Hat playbook: Take your VM images and pay for support

User rats out IT team for playing games at work, gets them all fired

On-CallData loss caused by the team's frag-happy habits didn't help their cause

Feeling safer under Microsoft's cloud patent shield? Don't

CommentFine words, yes, but you're no better protected

Palmtop nostalgia is tinny music to my elephantine ears

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Pause, play, rewind, break… buy another pair

Java? Nah, I do JavaScript, man. Wise up, hipster, to the money

If you ‘ain’t coding Java EE, it’s telling you what to deliver

If we must have an IoT bog roll holder, can we at least make it secure?

MWCIt's the internet of sh*tty things, says Intel Security's Raj Samani

Fibre and 5G will get customers cracking open wallets, or so Cisco hopes

MWCCTO alludes to Brexit as a factor in sluggish UK sales

Has your spouse stayed on after Mobile World Congress? This sex doll brothel might be why

€80 a go. The anti-bacterial soap is free

Awkward. Investigatory Powers Act could prove hurdle to UK-EU Privacy Shield following Brexit

Whitehall can't even convince UK it's not watching everything we do

Uber loses court fight over London drivers' English language tests

Embattled app's owners to appeal verdict

Nintendo Switch orders delayed: Dun dun dun... dundundun dundundun dadada!

Thumb-twitchers will just have to go for a walk this weekend. Or read a book

Revamped IDC Storage Tracker anoints Dell as external storage top dog

More market share than HPE, IBM and NetApp combined

HMRC emits IR35 tax calculator onto the web for UK contractors

Intends to determine correct employment status

Symbolic IO CEO insists the IRIS i1 is more than a bunch of pretty lights

InterviewTechLive demo has raised a lot of questions

UK's first Investigatory Powers Commissioner: Lord Justice Fulford

Theresa May appoints former International Criminal Court judge

RAF pilot awaits sentence for digicam-induced airliner dive

Flt Lt Andrew Townshed pleaded guilty to letting Nikon wedge Airbus' control stick

Slack quick to whack account hijack crack

Hipster hangout devs praised, vuln never exploited

Cybersecurity rules toughened up for NY financial firms

Regulation in effect from this week, 180 days to comply

RAF pilot sacked for sending Airbus Voyager into sudden dive

Also handed four months' chokey, suspended for 12

BRB going for a storage dump. Ah, much better

Storage news saved for the end of the week

Euro Patent Office puts itself on Interpol's level, demands access to staff phones and laptops

Or maybe takes a cue from the White House's leak crackdown

Pence v Clinton: Both used private email for work, one hacked, one accused of hypocrisy

One used AOL. Yes, all of these apply to Vice President Mike

COP BLOCKED: Uber app thwarted arrests of its drivers by fooling police with 'ghost cars'

Ride-sharing tech bros accused of shady behavior shocker

Intel's dying Atom chips strike again: Netgear recalls four ReadyNAS, Wi-Fi management lines

Hardware maker offers to replace or repair at-risk kit

Did you know? Amazon does film production – and it treats those workers like dirt, too*

* Allegedly!

Did your in-flight entertainment widget suck? It's Panasonic's fault, claims software biz

Seat-back systems deliberately cripple non-Pana code – lawsuit

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