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Russian RATs bite Handbrake OSX download mirror

Check your hash, delete the app, change your passwords

Debianistas get Jessie mass package update

Not a new version, but a bunch of bug-fixes

The radio environment is noisy – so use the noise as a carrier for signals

Disney Research reckons TV, phone, and FM can carry Internet of Things comms

Foxtel emits new sueballs, this time targeting TV streamers

Australia's site blocking legislation gets another outing

Servers as pets or cattle was 2012. Now it's McMansions or Hotels

VMware and Pivotal are going to bring microsegmentation to Cloud Foundry

IBM: Remote working is great! ... For everyone except us

Big Blue thinks companies should do the thing it absolutely refuses to do

Facebook is abusive. It's time to divorce it

And lament that early browsers gave up on web site authoring tools and created monsters

Partners? With them? No way, says HPE of Nutanix

Nutanix sure is good at getting under rivals' skin

Of mice and migrations: How a rodent's DNA maps to architectural complexity

Don't cloudify your IT infrastructure lightly

Sorry, Dave, I can't code that: AI's prejudice problem

The life-changing effects of algorithmic bias

You are not a beautiful and unique Snowflake which just picked up another hundred mill

But the cloud data warehouse startup is bracing itself for IPO

Plutus Payroll says deal with Australian Taxation Office may be close

First ray of light for ~1,000 contractors who've gone without pay for weeks

Taste the Redmond: Fujitsu offers Storage Spaces-based hyper-converged boxes

Microsoft virty server, storage software + Fujitsu hardware

Final day of world's biggest student cluster-wrestling compo

HPC BlogASC17: I say Paddle Paddle, you say MUSH....

Virgin Media scales back Project Lightning target in first quarter results

Also posts lacklustre profits

Oracle fires Java warning at IBM and Red Hat

Consensus not in the DNA, giant claims

There be dragons? Why net neutrality groups won't go to Congress

Special reportCampaign risks total annihilation for its fear of politics

Italian F-35 facility rolls out its first STOVL stealth fighter

Same place that Blighty's dented jets will get their T-Cut

Facebook fake news: Sort it out yourself, readers

CommentIs the story a joke? Well, is it?

Pure opens XtremIO, VMAX swap shop as Dell EMC party kicks off

Aiming to dampen Vegas festivities

ITC upholds finding that Arista infringed on two Cisco patents

Cisco 'preserving market position at expense of competition,' says Arista

Always late to the party, IBM reveals itself to be NVMe fanboy

+CommentBig Blue wants to lead NVMe transition in the industry. Really?

Why student cluster compos? A supercomputer kids' taskmaster explains

HPC BlogASC17 coach on which tests and why

Realistic Brits want at least 3 security steps on bank accounts

Which breach were your details revealed in, then?

Team Macron praised for feeding phishing spies duff info

Campaign planted bogus details on bogus websites but ultimately still got hacked

Guardian Soulmates users spammed with smut following breach

UpdatedEmails and IDs exposed, trolls have a field day

Dell sneaks speeds-and-feeds-free peek at 14th-gen PowerEdge servers

Dell EMC WorldOoooo! Hemmed edges!

America's mystery X-37B space drone lands after two years in orbit

PicMysterious craft likely to be surveillance testbed

A 'Transformational License Agreement' – what merry Dell is this?

Dell EMC WorldPC maker wins buzzword bingo while emitting new sales deals

What's your worst nightmare? A Comcast, Charter cellphone network? Oh, it's coming

Gruesome twosome sign pact to share backends, tech

You may now kiss the server-side: Dell EMC marries storage software to PowerEdge 14Gs

Dell EMC WorldCode updated and new boxes coming

Fake ruse: USA Today calls the FBI after half of its 15m Facebook Likes turn out to be bogus

No one real likes us, whines hotel doorstop provider

It's been a few days, so what fresh trouble has Uber got into now?

In West Philadelphia the DoJ raised, an objection to how they kept the cops in a haze

Productivity Commish changes mind on control over personal info

UpdatedDatanistas fend off privacy threat, citizens get a chance to be part of a new market

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