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Silicon Valley staffing agency boss charged with H‑1B visa fraud

CEO and pal faked letters from Cisco, Brocade, Stanford, prosecutors claim

Don't believe the hype: UK's £455m Government Digital Service lacks a clear role – fresh audit

Got nine-figure problems but a strategy ain't one

nbn™ to offer 100Mbps fixed wireless service

Rural businesses will be living the dream in 2018

Recruiters considered really harmful: Devs on GitHub hit with booby-trapped fake job emails

All the more reason to reject new_position_offer.docx

Russian mega-telco exec: 'No business case' for 5G

It's all just for attention at MWC. Buuuuuuurrrrrnnnnnn

Hey FCC, when you're not busy screwing our privacy, how about those SS7 cell network security flaws, huh?

No one else seems to care, sniff politicians

Kremlin-backed APT28 doesn't even bother hiding its attacks, says Finnish secret police

Supo: Espionage rising, attacks on infrastructure falling

Web-app devs note: Google wants to banish JavaScript dialogues

Do you really want to leave this malware-serving page? No/No

Samizdat no more: Old Unix source code opened for study

Nokia Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent pack away the sueball gun

How to leak data from an air-gapped PC – using, er, a humble scanner

Security researchers propose old-school gear as a covert command & control conduit

How about a nice game of ... Tetris? Oxford eggheads slow PTSD onset with classic game

Russian puzzler soothes brain after traumatic events

Europe to push new laws to access encrypted apps data

UpdateApp-makers get a choice: Open up voluntarily or we'll pass laws forcing you to

Is that a Veeam in HPE's eye? IT giant may gobble backup biz

Veeaming Megsco could be about to do a Data Domain and buy big

UKFast opens trapdoor under prices, thumbs nose at AWS

See that? That's cheaper exit bandwidth, that is

Brocade baits its switch: Entry level kit to ID abnormal VM activity

Pops out second Gen 6 FC switch a year after its first

Creators Update gives Windows 10 a bit of an Edge, but some old annoyances remain

Hands-onLooking at all the new features and highlighting the best of 'em

BIG open-source love Microsoft and Google? You still won't catch AWS

Code alone won't win the day

Is Jassy just jazzing on AWS database migration numbers? Smells fishy...

AnalysisWe're not saying Larry Ellison has a point, but...

Ten bidders sniffing around Toshiba's memory biz – reports

Tenuous but critical deal to save corporation takes its first steps

More fun in the sandbox: Experts praise security improvements to Edge

Time will tell if Microsoft's browser is less ez2pwn

Thank Souq for that! Jeff Bezos now world's second richest

Close, but no BIll Gates

Robo-AI jobs doomsday may, er... not actually happen, say boffins

Special ReportDamn. Can we have our technopanic back, please?

Extreme Networks to splash $55m on Brocade's data centre biz

Further beefs up to take on the might of Cisco

Time to make up: Realtime collaboration comes to Excel

Office 365 licence required

IT contractors behind IR35 calculator to leave HMRC... because of IR35

Sources say department is undergoing a major crackdown

Security co-operation unlikely to change post Brexit, despite threats

'Messy divorce' would help no one

Ford to build own data centre to store connected car data

Cost works out at about $1m per petabyte

UK cops arrest 20-year-old on suspicion of blackmail and hacking

Meanwhile, wannabe iTunes gift card moguls reportedly fire up their email

New plastic banknote plans now upsetting environmental campaigners

PollThis time it's palm oil instead of a single dead cow

Financial fraud losses in the UK last year topped £20m a day – report

That's £768.8m down the drain

Is this a solution to Trump signing away your digital privacy? We give Invizbox Go a go

Hands-onLet's go over the pros and cons

US cops, firefighters to get new emergency wireless network – AT&T to get $6.5bn

Telco lands mega-deal to host first responders' broadband

Uber wasn't to blame for robo-ride crash – or was it? Witness said car tried to 'beat the lights'

AnalysisJust what rules is this upstart putting in place?

Minnesota, Illinois rebel over America's ISP privacy massacre, mull fresh info protections

Yeah, not so fast, Comcast, Verizon et al, say US states

SpaceX wows world with a ho-hum launch of a reused rocket, landing it on a tiny boring barge

PicsAnd put a sat in orbit without any explosions. Yawn

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