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As a shock to absolutely no one, Uber is mostly pasty, male at the top

Rain is wet, sky is blue, Oracle is expensive, etc

Alabama joins anti-web-smut crusade with mandatory opt-out filters

Republican politico has something of an obsession with onanism

Pirate of the Caribbean to play Hacker of the Caribbean

POLLJohnny Depp to play John McAfee in biopic depicting A-V man as Colonel Kurtz

It's ESXi time for critical VMware patches

Three to do, pronto, unless you like guest-host escape mirth

Boffins give 'D.TRUMP' an AI injection

A statistical model for cluelessness named after the president. Because why not?

What a time to be alive: drone pooper-scoopers are a thing now

Who needs a plastic bag and civic pride when two drones can do the job?

ETSI widens scope of mobile edge standard

Mobile base stations to be treated as computers in their own right

FBI secures guilty plea from Russian bot-herder

Ebury infections for fun and profit, sentencing in August

'Trash-80' escapes the dustbin of history with new TRS-80 emulator

Antique Code ShowRun the classic Model III on Windows

ESA picks final two ExoMars landing site candidates

Welsh corner of Mars makes the final list, along with once-wet Oxia Planum

Microsoft wants screaming Windows fans, not just users

And it might be winning them: Windows Insiders program has cracked the ten million mark

Inside Intel's Optanical garden

AnalysisWhat you see and what you might actually get could differ

ZX Spectrum Vega Plus backers complain of months-long refund delays

But mouthpiece then denies he's a spokesman

UK's 'homebrew firmware' Chinooks set to be usable a mere 16 years late

After burning hundreds of millions into the bargain

Virgin Media suspends 4 staff over misreporting connections

Shakes up top brass after 142k misrepresented in £3bn Project Lightning

One in five mobile phones shipped abroad are phoney – report

Buy sh*t, get hit

Home Office accused of blocking UK public's scrutiny of Snoopers' Charter

Open letter to Amber Rudd: more time needed to read '413 pp of dense legal text'

Avaya's $3.7m bankruptcy bonus plan slammed by watchdog

US Trustee suspects rewards for 11 execs are more an employee retention scheme

Hertfordshire primary school girls prepare for World Robotics Champs

And they need some financial help getting there. Fancy chucking a few quid in?

Learn to use machine learning

PromoChatbots are boring. What’s next?

Strange Mirai botnet brew blamed for powerful application layer attack

Varmints cooked up variant after malware code went public

Windows 10 Creators Update: Clearing the mines with livestock (that's you by the way)

First look at this iteration's more grown-up aspects

IBM: Those 2 redundancy schemes? We need to 'improve margins' and right quick

ExclusiveThere’s nothing wrong with our forecasti.... Er, pardon us for a minute

VMware, Citrix to have a crack at desktops on docked smartphones

Samsung Galaxy S8 can do it natively. Desktop virtualization might make it even better

SimpliVity customers spurned by HPE welcomed into loving arms of Nutanix

Seductive twofer licence deal if you switch

Samsung Galaxy S8: Slimmer bezels, a desktop mode – and yet another me-too AI pal

PicsAnd it doesn't explode ... hopefully

BDSM sex rocks Drupal world: Top dev banished for sci-fi hanky-panky

Gor blimey, guvnor!

Florida Man can't pause cycle on Samsung 'exploding' washing machine lawsuit

Suds to be you, Kenny

Bloke is paid to scour hashtags for threats, spots civil rights boss's tweets, gets fired, sues

State investigator, Oregon DoJ attorney lash out in lawsuits

Chinese giant ZTE slips off US export sh*tlist – and it only cost $900m

Tech dragon cleared after admitting to sanction violations

Kiwi cable goes live, and it's nowhere near a volcano

Tasman Global Access sees the light

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