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Ubuntu splats TITSUP bug spread in update

Fat-thumbed DNS patch unpatched, time to re-patch

TRAPPIST-1's planets are quiet. Quiet as the grave, in fact

Sorry, ET fans: these aren't the exoplanets you're looking for

Huawei picks SUSE for assault on UNIX big iron

Kit and code for those days when you need to hot-swap CPU or memory

Fake mobile base stations spreading malware in China

'Swearing Trojan' pushes phishing texts around carriers' controls

NASA to fire 1Gbps laser 'Wi-Fi' ... into spaaaaace

You may be struggling with crappy broadband – but future astronauts will be able to easily Netflix and chill in orbit

LinkedIn starts piping sales data to Salesforce and Dynamics

Remember when Marc Benioff said Microsoft buying LinkedIn was dangerous?

Microsoft loves Linux so much, its OneDrive web app runs like a dog on Windows OS rivals

Aw, your Office 365 storage is crippled? How convenient

eBay dumps users into insecure authentication mechanism

Dump dongles and move to SMS, says tat bazaar, oblivious to deprecation advice

Carnegie-Mellon Uni emits 'don't be stupid' list for C++ developers

Your hefty guide to avoiding the mistakes everyone makes

Always wanted to build an imaginary hyperscale network? Now, you can

MIT's Flexplane: design on the fly without breaking the network

Yahoo!'s big, fat clustered Google Machine Learning wedding

AnalysisYahoo! open-source code fling builds a better Google, again

Defence in Depth: A 'layered' strategy can repel cold attackers

Yes, a vest, cardigan and an overcoat

'Clearance sale' shows Apple's iPad is over. It's done

CommentCheaper or more sophisticated? Cupertino does neither

Good news, everyone! Two pints a day keep heart problems at bay

And yes, total abstinence isn't good for you

Cambridge wheels out latest smart city platform, ready for devs

Got a good Internet of Things problem-solving idea? Try it out with us, says city

Three to lawyer up unless Ofcom intervenes in spectrum market

If we can't buy O2, they must give us MOAR SPECTRUM

Vodafone's NB-IoT launch dates for Ireland and Netherlands slip

Delay may indicate Internet of Things market is less frantic than thought

Lloyds Banking Group to hang up on call centre staffers

95 people at risk so far

As ad boycott picks up pace, Google knows it doesn't have to worry

AnalysisWhy the agencies will come crawling back

Android Forums resets passwords after hack

Only 2.5 per cent of userbase affected

CoreOS Tectonic shift: Now you can run it on Azure and OpenStack

Biz-friendly Kubernetes tool gets a little easier to automate

US Senate votes to let broadband ISPs sell your browser histories

Hear that? That's the sound of ringing tills, sorry, freedom

If you were cuffed during Trump's inauguration, cops are trying to crack your smartphone

VidMore than 100 mobes will only take a week to access

Blinking cursor devours CPU cycles in Visual Studio Code editor

Crappy Chromium code is the culprit, we're told

We're 90 per cent sure the FCC's robocall kill plan won't have the slightest impact

Dumb and dumber, or the lightest of light touches?

Amazing new WikiLeaks CIA bombshell: Agents can install software on Apple Macs, iPhones right in front of them

And in 2009 – just 8 years ago

Spotted: Bizarre SpaceX rocket-snatching machine that looks like it belongs on Robot Wars

PicMawhrin-Skel to ride again?

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