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DTA gets its new CEO, opposition tells gummint to get some 'nous'

New captain piped aboard the Good Ship Failboat

Facebook's going to block revenge porn with AI. Or humans. Or both

+CommentLefthand dating ad: 'Righthand, let's get together soon'

Oz regulator hauls Apple to court over iBricks

Third party repair doesn't void consumer warranty rights

Pivotal imbues Cloud Foundry with Windows-wrangling powers

Also adds app tracing to stop code troubleshooting being a 'murder mystery'

Stop us if you've heard this: Cisco Aironet has hard-coded passwords

Get patching, friends

We know what you're thinking: Where the hell is all the antimatter?

Discovery could be key to cracking universe's baffling particle drought puzzle

Lenovo's 2017 X1 Carbon is a mixed bag

Hands-onThis year's flagship ThinkPad for business feels a little underwhelming

Put down your coffee and admire the sheer amount of data Windows 10 Creators Update will slurp from your PC

Official list of phoned-home info revealed by Microsoft

Revealed: Blueprints to Google's AI FPU aka the Tensor Processing Unit

AnalysisPCIe-connected super-calculator trounces outdated competition

Riddle of cannibal black hole pairs solved ... nearly: Astroboffins explain all to El Reg

Stargazers perform grav wave 'paleontology' in simulations

Device spend will rise 2% to $600bn in 2017, say techno-seers

Chinese vendors' upgrades driving costs

Ah, breathe that fresh alpine air. And look over there, a majestic HPC Advisory Council

HPC BlogBeastmode crew hosts three-day conference in Lugano, Switzerland

The beast is back: Reborn ekranoplan heads for the Arctic

Not quite the Caspian Sea Monster, but the ground effect vehicle has returned

Highly available? Of course you are. But did you download DRBD?

LINBIT marks a million clicks by offering saucy T-shirt – if you write them a press release

Huawei mystery memo (and phone strategy) confirmed

InterviewBehind the staffers ‘counting money in bed’ missive…

F-Secure gobbles up Zdziarski's Little Flocker, spits it into antivirus kit

UpdatedIs this the end of the road for the file system firewall app?

Your machine used to crunch numbers. Now it can chew over what they mean, too

PromoMoving beyond analytics

Reg lecture exposes the radicals intent on remaking your society

Transhumanists, hallucinogens, the far right... and blockchain

Elastifile delivers stretchy file software

No spin: malleable scale-out storage software built for flash

Aviation regulator flies in face of ban, says electronics should be stowed in cabin. Duh

If lithium batteries go boom in the hold, you're all screwed

Staff, projects shed as Ubuntu maker Canonical tries to lure investors

ExclusiveShuttleworth: 'No part of the business had sacred cows'

Crafty Fokker: Norfolk surgeon builds Red Baron triplane replica

But can he do it on a cold rainy night in Amiens?

Outsourcers blamed for cocking up programmes at one in three big firms

Deloitte survey says third parties to blame for major disruption

'Evidence of Chinese spying' uncovered on eve of Trump-Xi summit

Gosh, this is awkward...

Boeing-backed US upstart reckons it'll be building electric airliners

Let's hope they walk the walk better than they talk the talk

Twitter's motto: If at first you screwed developers over, try, try again, eh?

Post-profit social network offers to rebuild repeatedly burned bridge with app makers

Roll up, sysadmins, now you can join Windows Insider for businesses

Preview builds aimed at IT dept guinea pigs

Democrats draft laws in futile attempt to protect US internet privacy

In non-snowball-in-Hell's-chance news: New York joins states' revolt on ISP rules

Twitter sues US govt to protect 'Department of Immigration employee' who doesn't like Trump

Because it's 2017 and nothing really makes sense any more

Twitter cofounder to sell chunk of his stock for personal reasons

Better do it quickly before the price falls further

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