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Tesla's latest car crash: Its 'meritless' lawsuit against ex-Autopilot bod

Musketeers bag $100,000 after hitting the brakes on allegations

China successfully launches its first robot space truck

Tianzhou-1 will now refuel the Tiangong-2 orbital lab as China prepares a proper space station

Microsoft promises twice-yearly Windows 10, O365 updates – with just 18 months' support

UpdatedSysadmin holidays cancelled in March and September, starting in 2020

New MH370 analysis again says we looked in the wrong places

Drift tests on actual 777 part show plane probably hit ocean north of search area

Hard-pressed Juicero boss defends $400 IoT juicer after squeezing $120m from investors

Crushed CEO says critics are comparing apples with oranges

Cuffing Assange a 'priority' for the USA says attorney-general

Charges against white-haired-one have reportedly been drafted

Web celeb product whores told to put on the red light – or else

And would you believe it? The Kardashians are front and center

Wait – we can explain, says Moby, er, Docker amid rebrand meltdown

Now, now, don't be mean about Moby, dicks

Script kiddies pwn 1000s of Windows boxes using leaked NSA hack tools

Vulnerable unpatched systems expose exploitable SMB networking to world+dog

Q. Why is Baidu sharing its secret self-driving sauce? A. To help China corner the market

AnalysisWeb giant wants to accelerate collaboration amid Western competition

Drunk user blow-dried laptop after dog lifted its leg over the keyboard

On-CallUrine a wee spot of dribble, sysadmin says when offered stinking fused mess

(You can't) buy one now! The flying car makes its perennial return

Something for the Weekend, Sir?There's a steering wheel in my pants. It's driving me nuts

Not the droids you're looking for – worst handsets to resell

Six months later and you've lost 70 per cent of the RRP

Farewell Unity, you challenged desktop Linux. Oh well, here's Ubuntu 17.04

ReviewGNOME all the way, baby

Ministry of Justice scraps 'conviction by computer' law

Election nixes online court plans – for now

Cloud students, pay attention! Exam plans promise fresh skills

Going native

WDC flirting with Japan funds to bolster bid for Toshiba's memory biz

Pursuing extra financial firepower to see off rivals

A quiet market? Nah, Oracle's to pay $850m for ad-tracking Moat

Do you know where your advertisements are going? Big Red does

Exploding femtocells: No need for a full recall, says Vodafone

Change yours if you're worried, but operator insists issue is limited to earlier models

Peer pressure, not money, lures youngsters into cybercrime – report

Are teenage dreams so hard to beat?

US surveillance court declined less than 2 per cent of applications

2016 figures show only 35 of 1,752 applications were turned down in part or full

Shooting org demands answers from Met Police over gun owner blab

What data did marketing agency subcontractor have access to?

Microsoft offers preview to eye AI IoT analytics for edgelords of new net

Azure Stream Analytics to connect your fridge to the cloud for chilled machinations

LinkedIn U-turns on Bluetooth-enabled 'Tinder for marketers'

Pop-up requested permission to share data with nearby devices even when app not in use

Dell backs out of in-cloud backup business by selling Spanning

Another EMC acquisition let go

IBM SoftLayer plays hardball in object storage price cuts

+CommentCloud object storage pricing tumbling downhill

Canada says yes to net neutrality – and no to Trump advisor, eh?

Important legal ruling divides North America

Base specs leak for Windows 10 Cloud – Microsoft's wannabe ChromeOS assassin

And ahead of mystery launch event in May

Doctor Who-inspired proxy transmogrifies politically sensitive web to avoid gov censorship

Slitheen tool smuggles browsers into cyber-Tardis

Alaska dentist 'pulled out patient's tooth while riding a hoverboard'

When this thing gets up to 88 miles per hour, you're going to see some serious sh*t

FCC greenlights small cell free-for-all in the US

New rules wil lower requirements to build wireless cells

China 'hacked' South Korea to wreck Star Wars missile shield

FireEye fingers Middle Kingdom infiltration teams

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