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Apache Struts 2 bug bites Canada, Cisco, VMware and others

Canuck tax and stats outages revealed as patch pauses

Google briefly broke 'Droid Pay with last week's Android update

Which is why lucky Nexus owners have had two OS updates in a week

NASA finds India's missing lunar orbiter with Earth-bound radar

Now that we can spot things the size of a fridge 380,000km away, dodging debris or asteroids should be easier

Tesla, Atlassian told to go through front door in effort to save Australian industrial civilisation

Recently-dimmed South Australia plans grid-scale batteries and gas, gas, gas

Naming computers endangers privacy, say 'Net standards boffins

'Richard's iPhone' could be anybody's, but it's easy to find out which Richard's it is

SAP is now hosting VMs in its cloud. Just don't call it HANA

The PaaS plot is thickening with big data, AI and the cross-application workflow creation

Time crystals really do exist, say physicists*

*If we change the definition of 'time crystal', so scratch that Doctor Who screenplay, okay?

In 2012 China vowed 'OpenStack will smash the monopoly of western cloud providers!'

And in 2017 Huawei replaced HPE as a Platinum Member of OpenStack Foundation

Blast from the past: Mass birth of early supermassive black holes explained at last

UV photons prevent gravitational collapse

Citrix shares soar on sale speculation

One slightly-soiled application packager, a steal at US$13bn

Today's WWW is built on pillars of sand: Buggy, exploitable JavaScript libs are everywhere

Your dependencies are not dependable

Google Cloud to offer support as a service: Is accidental IT provider the new Microsoft?

Won't use GCP? What about now? And now? And...

New strategy to curb officials' drone, phone and CCTV snoop jollies

That's the aim, at least, as surveillance cam commish stays on

Brit infosec's greatest threat? Thug malware holding nation's devices to ransom – report

And cheap IoT kit's not helping matters

US regulator looks at Internet of Things regulation, looks away

Federal Trade Commission says it won't step in... this time

Tech titan pals back up Google after 'foreign server data' FBI warrant ruling

Means providers'll be 'forced to violate foreign privacy law'

UK to block Kodi pirates in real-time: Saturday kick-off

AnalysisBut will it work? We're about to find out

Scott McNealy: Your data is safer with marketers than governments

Guess what the former Sun man runs now? Yup. A marketing company

Cybercriminals getting as good as nation state spies – report

... Euro firms getting better at detecting breaches more quickly

Manchester's Munee Hut, Eyebrow Cottage and fresh hot spam from Belize

Loans text outfit fined £20K

How the cloud can kickstart your business

Startups, PaaS and Blockchain

Oxford Uni boffins say internet filters probably won't protect teens

Probably better to, erm, talk to them and do some parenting

Google deploys flamethrower on Android ad-fraud apps

Stand by for 'targeted marketing'

Cloudera blows sawdust off new data science workbench

Still keeping schtum on IPO, though

White-box slingers, Chinese server makers now neck-and-neck with US tech giants

AnalysisJade kingdom has massive home advantage

Lenovo EMEA wakes up after five quarters of sliding sales, adds CEO

Le nom est Bornibus, Francois Bornibus

Intel's Clear Containers creep toward being useful: Now plays nicer with Docker, Kubernetes

Like virtual machines but, well, like virtual machines

Germany to Facebook, Twitter: We are *this* close to fining you €50m unless you delete fake news within 24 hours

And hate speech, too

DTA: gov.au isn't dead, it's resting. Or pivoting, as digi-hipsters say

Look over here! Federated identity! Secure cloud! User-centred design!

Oracle gives FCC a great big sloppy kiss: You're doing a great job axing net neutrality, privacy

But why?

Apple urged to legalize code injection: Let apps do JavaScript hot-fixes

Up your application policing, fruit-branded phone maker is told

US Marine Corps chiefs declare WAR on stolen sex snap sharing scum

Video'We have a problem and we intend to fix it'

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