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Zuckerberg's absolutely mental: Brain sensors that read YOUR MIND at 100 words a minute

F8 2017Billionaire dreamer to see your thoughts 'by 2019'

Riverbed slurps Xirrus to take SD-WAN all the way to Wi-Fi

Because internet things should probably talk on secure virtual networks, not punter-grade WiFi

Computer games to become medal sport at Asian Games

Olympic Council of Asia will award gold medals for fragging in 2022, helped by Alibaba

Accept for a second that robot surgeons exist. Who will check they're up to the job – and how?

Let us level with you...

Opportunity rover gets bored of spot it's explored since 2014

NASA moving to 'Perseverance Valley' where we can see Martian erosion in action

SPY-tunes scandal: Bloke sues Bose after headphones app squeals on his playlist

Oh no, don't let data slurpers know we love Coldplay

Ambient light sensors can steal data, says security researcher

Not-so-bright API means web pages can use a W3C idea to pop your phone or laptop

AWS v Oracle: Mark Hurd schooled on how to run a public cloud that people actually use

Amazon VP takes Big Red's co-CEO to task over server boast

You just sent an on-prem app to the cloud and your data centre has empty racks. What now?

It's too warm to store booze. Renting it out is risky. Slowing things down can do the job

Can you make a warzone delivery drone? wants to give you cash

£40k or more for initial contracts up for grabs

Apple's zippy silicon leaves Android rivals choking on dust

It's all about how you spend that sweet R&D dollar

No middle ground, no compromise: VMware blocks Cisco's SDN play

Not cool, man

Have we got a new, hip compound IT phrase for you! Enter... UserDev

Yes, the pesky creatures that break your code are often worth listening to

Microsoft shrugs off report that Edge can expose user identities from JS Fetch requests

UpdatedLa la la nothing to patch here la la la

Infinidat puts array to the test, says it 'wrecks' Pure and EMC systems

Fielding most IOs from memory blasts 'em out of the park

Trump's lips sealed on surveillance, complains EU privacy chief

Concern as to whether new administration will abide by Obama's promises

HTC seeks salvation with squeezy design

OK... that's a new one

EU plans for blockchain 'observatory' raise concerns, says expert

€500,000 to improve expertise and regulatory capacity

Flaws found in Linksys routers that could be used to create a botnet

Engineers working on firmware updates

Mastercard launches card that replaces PIN with fingerprint sensor

Sweet MFA... but there's no documentation available for users

Tesla hit by class action sueball over autopilot software updates

Claimants say features not included, updates were dangerous

What a To-Do! Microsoft snuffs out Wunderlist

Another day. Another strategy...

The pain in your chest? That'll be Big Tech's AI arrow of love

Welcome to Lex: AWS's AI-as-a-platform-service

Online ad scam launders legions of pirates and pervs into 'legit' surfing

Traffic Alchemist turns base metal into gold

Google's 'adblocker' is all about taking back control

Watch out, whitelist mafia, you might be swimming with the fishes

Union elevates Fujitsu job cutting protest to Japanese embassy

Ambassador, with these 1,800 layoffs, Fuji really is spoiling us

Ofcom chisels away at BT Openreach's cold, dead hands

We WILL make you open up infrastructure access, vows regulator

For the first time ever, Verizon sheds subs: 300,000 punters walk out

Don't worry guys, Yahoo! is coming to the rescue

Trump's self-imposed cybersecurity deadline is up: What we got?

AnalysisQuick clue: President Snowflake is a compulsive liar

'We should have done better' – the feeble words of a CEO caught using real hospital IT in infosec product demos

Understatement of the month: 'Mistakes were made'

FYI – There's a legal storm brewing in Cali that threatens to destroy online free speech

AnalysisRow over Yelp review menaces web immunity

Nuh-uh, Google, you WILL hand over emails stored on foreign servers, says US judge

If you can access them in California, so can the Feds

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