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Microsoft: Can't wait for ARM to power MOST of our cloud data centers! Take that, Intel! Ha! Ha!

PicRedmond fires bullet into WinTel beast's belly

Apple empties gas can, strikes match, burns bridge to hot-patch apps

Injecting arbitrary parameters into dynamic methods violates dev rules

Apache Struts 2 needs patching, without delay. It's under attack now

Black hats testing remote code execution zero-day vulnerability

Uber blackballs 'Greyball' tool it used to deny rides to regulators

'Caught, sorry, will stop' looks like it's just the way Uber rolls

Arista-cats curl up in cloudy containers

Painting the boxes white

Look! Up in the sky! Is it a drone? Is it a car? It's both, crossed with Uber

Airbus imagines podules that mate with rolling or flying engines, directed by AI

Oops! 185,000-plus Wi-Fi cameras on the web with insecure admin panels

Just unplug them now before someone writes a botnet, okay?

NASA's atom-chiller ready to fly to the ISS

Cold Atom Laboratory slated for August SpaceX supply mission

HPE unscrambles its services eggs, calls the results 'Pointnext'

Who're you calling a Pointnext-er? Technology Services brand murdered

Western Digital CTO Martin Fink refused El Reg's questions, but did write this sweet essay

InterviewOn storage-class memory and leaving HP Labs

Anti-TV Licensing petition gets May date for Parliament debate

Passes 100k mark and the MPs' sanity filter, unusually

Seagate plays disk cricket with a 12TB Enterprise Capacity drive spinner

Aims to hit WD for six with new product for hyperscalers 5G strategy 'mostly sensible', says engineering brainbox

Author of The 5G Myth and former Ofcom boss says his piece

Police Scotland and Accenture were at odds over ill-fated IT project i6

Audit uncovers rows over what was required, deliverable

Royal Navy's newest ship formally named in Glasgow yard

HMS Forth, like the bridge

This easy one cloud trick is in DANGER. Why?

Port problem, captain: Microservices to the event horizon

ZTE blow as suspends Chinese telco's visa scheme

ExclusiveHome Office stepping up inspections of Tier 2 visa sponsors

Devs bashing out crappy code is making banks insecure – report

Code in 40% of financial apps subpar

Kaspersky launches a range of perfumes to, er, defend your odour

Eau de Humanity, amirite?

Brit ISP TalkTalk blocks control tool TeamViewer

UpdatedTo stop scammers fooling people into using the software and handing over their PCs

The future of storage is ATOMIC: IBM boffins stash 1 bit on 1 atom

Almaden researchers make breakthrough with Holmium

Road accident nuisance callers fined £270,000 for being absolute sh*tbags


Instagram phishing apps pulled from Google Play

But not before they were downloaded 1.5 million times

Zero-days? Sexy, sure, but crap passwords and phishing are probably more pressing

Security experts poke holes in RAND vulnerability study

Oh my God, 911 is down. Quick, call… aaargh!

AT&T's network last night was a fiasco – don't worry though, the FCC is on the case

What went up, Musk come down again: SpaceX to blast sat into orbit with used rocket

Make-or-break launch this month for Elon's upstart

Oh, 3PAR. One moment you're gliding along. The next, you're in the rain as HPE woos Nimble

CommentIt's been a good 20 years. Time to move on?

Google employs super clever rich people to basically rip off Slack

Google Next '17Discovers IRC, puts a suit on Hangouts, touts $5k whiteboard and more

What a Flake: Congress mulls trashing privacy rules, letting ISPs go to town on your data

US Senator touts legal tweak to give broadband giants free rein

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