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Qubes kicks Xen while it's down after finding 'fatal, reliably exploitable' bug

You left the stable door open? AGAIN? C'mon guys, keep those guests locked up

How would you pronounce 'Cyxtera'?

We're asking because that's what CenturyLink's former data centres are called now

135 million Indian government payment card details leaked

Legislation coming to beef up Aadhaar card privacy, security

Oracle links to LinkedIn so its salesware can sniff you out

Big Red wants One Profile To Rule Them All so marketers know what to sell you

Apple blocks comms-snooping malware

Leaked developer certificate revoked, protection updated

Mozilla takes a turn slapping Symantec's certification SNAFU

Take Google's advice and get out of CA infrastructure'

Windows 10 S: Good, bad, and how this could get ugly for PC makers

AnalysisSurface team roped in for not-for-students laptop

Big Blue to buy Verizon's cloud

Just last year Verizon said it was investing for the long haul, now it will share with IBM

Microsoft, Oracle sued: Tech duo accused of trampling DB patents

The University of Tennessee's royalty collection arm wants its pound of flesh

Unpaid tech contractor: 'I have to support my family. I have no money for medicines'

Who'd be a contractor when a payroll company 'suspends' payments with no explanation?

Desperate VCs are pretty much just throwing cash at Rubrik now

AnalysisBoss man sees unprecedented 'opportunity to double down'

Gang-briefed by IBM bosses in Hawaii? Nah, I'll take redundancy

Sun, sea and solutions on the Pacific island for the Best of Big Bluers

Another AI assistant... It's getting crowded in here, isn't it, Siri?

AnalysisAmazon pushes Alexa into host of devices as teeming throng of AIs fills room

Cabinet Office losing grip on UK government departments – report

The centre cannot hold...

High-end backup kid Datos IO embraces relational, Hadoop data

Big data, big funding?

Massive Oracle sales re-org to accelerate cloud cash drive

On-prem product sales canned for Cloud Architects

Former RCL director: It was me who cancelled their domain names

Sued sales agent then admits he bought and redirected them

Biggest security threat to US healthcare? Loose lips and lost hardware

Breaches down from last year, though

IP Freely? Mr IP Freely? VoIP-for-suits firm battens down hatches after PBX data breach

Credentials reset and reissued to head off toll fraud concerns

324 typo-squat domains found impersonating Natwest, HSBC and co

Only the sausage-fingered among us need fear

S is for Sandbox: The logic behind Microsoft's new lockdown Windows gambit

AnalysisSurface Laptop – like seeing a Tesla advertised on late-night teleshopping

US Navy developers test aircraft carrier drone control software

Turning a flying robot petrol station into a sort of maritime NSA

ATM security devs rush out patch after boffins deliver knockout blow

UpdatedResearchers had full control and were able to make unauthorised withdrawals

Micron moves up stack to Excelero-powered flash array product

+CommentFlash fabber fabricates NVMe over fabrics flash array

Can you spout digital bollocks? London is hiring a Chief Digital Officer

Interest-free bicycle bundled with £100k+ salary

Jeez, we'll do something about Facebook murder vids, moans Zuckerberg

OK, OK, we'll hire 3,000 people to police our site, sighs CEO

Intel's data center boss Diane Bryant logs off

Server silicon head unplugs after 30+ years at Chipzilla

After years of warnings, mobile network hackers exploit SS7 flaws to drain bank accounts

O2 confirms online thefts using stolen 2FA SMS codes

Don't click that Google Docs link! Gmail hijack mail spreads like wildfire

Final updateRogue app grabs contacts, peeks at inbox, spams everyone

Best be Nimble, best be quick. You're out of a job at HPE – and that's sh*t

IT titan sheds 100 or so staff after gobbling storage biz

Let's go live to the Uber-Waymo legal war – and see what's happening

Piles and piles of crazy and that's not even mentioning the shooting shutdown

Don't panic, Florida Man, but a judge just said you have to give phone passcodes to the cops

No 5th Amendment protections against unlock demands

WhatsApp is more like WhatsDown: Messenger collapsed for millions

UpdatedTITSUP: Total Inability To Support Usual Prattle

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