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Cisco and pals reveal backup bundles for Borg's slow-moving converged rigs

CommVault and Veeam both sign up in a week, which Cisco says is a total co-incidence

Linus Torvalds explains how to Pull without jerking his chain

Linux 4.11 rc 2 is out, but not until after a little terse instruction on how to contribute

Canadians can file online tax returns again after emergency outage

Tax office tight-lipped about what it's just patched

'Jarvis' brings AI to the Linux command line, without Iron Man

Repo RoundupMicrosoft's also advancing code cleanup tool DevSkim

Hold 'em, don't fold 'em: How to bite Bitcoin pools

Boffins demo withholding attack that could work on one ASIC and make an Evil Genius™ rich

Signature Trump policy - H-1B visa reform - looks to be on the back burner

Visa paperwork is due April 1, but Sean Spicer says visa needs 'comprehensive look'

Is that a phone in your hand – or a gun? This neural network reckons it has it all figured out

Real-time video search for weapons looking possible

Can you ethically suggest a woman pursue a career in tech?

Efforts to engage women with STEM are useless if 'Bro culture' means they face years of harassment and frustration

Thank heavens the wrangling over BT's Openreach separation has ended

AnalysisMight not be everyone's best option, but at least we're not going to Brussels

This is where UK's Navy will park its 65,000-tonne aircraft carriers

It was supposed to be a 40,000-ton US supply ship on the day, though

BBC hooks up with ITV, launches long awaited US subscription VoD

AnalysisWe're coming to America

Monday muster point for storage news. Get in here now if juggling terabytes is your trade

Weekend's over, here's some info to impress colleagues

May is the cruellest month - especially for these California storage techies

Sixty-eight DSSDers getting permanently laid off in May

Cloudera set for $4.1bn IPO this year – reports

'We don't need to raise more money for… ever'

UK Home Office warns tech staff not to tweet negative Donald Trump posts

Exclusive'We need to be careful here'

Smart sex toys firm coughs up $3.75m in privacy lawsuit

Yup, it's the Internet of Dildos again

Lloyds to outsource 2,000 staff in IBM deal

Deal worth £1.3bn over seven years, says union

Thousands of NHS staff details nicked amid IT contractor server hack

Radiation dose-measuring firm took months to let Welsh trust know

Vodafone to bring 2,100 customer service jobs in-house

See, we do want to stay in Blighty really

Sweet AFA: Pure sees flash of Big Blue as it drops to fifth behind IBM

+CommentNimble-enriched HPE nears NetApp in all-flash frog jump

Most of 2016's holes had fixes the day we knew about 'em. Did we patch? Did we @£$%

Code red on code-fix rates

Japan fires shot warning off risky bidders for Toshiba's memory biz – report

+Comment'National security' apparently an issue

Microsoft nicks one more Apple idea: An ad-supported OS

Windows as an adspam service?

Marissa! Mayer! out! as! CEO! of! Yahoo! corpse! post-Verizon! gobble!

She won't lead Altaba, she may pop up at the US telco, she will pocket $23m, though

Telepresence robot 'hackable' – security researchers

Firm's boss says customer data was not exposed

Intel swallows Tesla-hating self-driving car biz Mobileye for $15bn

Sensor maker gets a massive payday as Chipzilla gobbles up more non-x86 tech

Facebook, Instagram: No, you can't auto-slurp our profiles (cough, cough, border officials)

Mining social media accounts is our job, Uncle Sam

Primary Data's metadata engine 'speeds up' NAS, saves 'millions'. Leaps burning buildings, too?

AnalysisDataSphere's claims – make believe or real?

CA forks out $45m to make claims it screwed over US govt go away

Ex-employee turned whistleblower is $10m richer

Sad fact of the day: Most people still don't know how to protect themselves online

Greater transparency about snooping, tracking needed

Do you use .home and .mail on your network? ICANN mulls .corp, .mail, .home dot-word domains

'High risk' gTLDs pondered by money-loving DNS overseer

Hailing frequencies open! WikiLeaks pings Microsoft after promise to share CIA tools

Windows giant approached, Google, Apple next, we hope

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