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US Air Force networks F-15 and F-22 fighters – in flight!

Talon HATE pod squirts data over three protocols between previously-incompatible aircraft

'Crazy bad' bug in Microsoft's Windows malware scanner can be used to install malware

Critical update for security engine rushed out the door

VAST stuff-up leaves new satellite TVs TITSUP

Oz Department of Comms, call the DTA to renew your domain

Opposable thumbs make tablets more useful says Microsoft Research

You're already gripping your fondleslab, so why not give the thumb something useful to do?

Chinese supercomputer newbs smash student cluster-building record

HPC BlogNew top speed set by Weifang proto-boffins

Email client lib blown apart by CC: list of death

LibEtPan user? Upgrade to 1.8

Call the fuzz, says Google, get the reward

Chocolate Factory bearing gifts to improve open source projects

Phew! We had to order a new array to hold all of this week's Dell EMC announcements

Dell EMC WorldA roundup for file geeks, blockhead nerds

Michael Dell? More like Michael in-Dell-nial: No public cloud, no future

OpinionHe's got it all – and it's all to lose... even Oracle has woken up to it

European Investment Bank tosses €25m to MariaDB

Finland, Finland, Finland, the place to build open DBs!

Months after it ordered a review into allegations of mismanagement, how's that ICANN accountability drive?

You'll never believe this, but…

Comet 67P's oxygen could be a breath of fresh air

Maybe the comet's surprise molecules aren't billions of years old after all

London app dev wants to 'reinvent the bus'

Why? Because, errr, data. And, ummm, apps

IBM: Customer visit costing £75 in travel? Kill it with extreme prejudice

And I would walk 400 miles – because my employer wouldn't pay for a train...

Agile consultant behind UK's disastrous Common Platform Programme steps down

Departure follows Register exposé

NetApp seals up object storage garden wall with gap-filling products

Pimping up the range

Take a sneak peek at Google's Android replacement, Fuchsia

Early days yet but check out that silky-smooth UI

Majority of contractors distrust HMRC's IR35 calculator, survey finds

Turkeys voting against Christmas?

FCC blames DDoS for weekend web lockout

VidNot down to people trying to file comments on issues rhyming with wetsuit balloty, it insists

French drone bods Parrot wheel out 'prosumer' division

If you can afford to spend $5k on a camera drone, they want to be your go-to folk

$6,000 for tours of apocalyptic post-Brexit London? WTF, NYT?

Bless the Cousins, they're trying really hard with this one

HPE dumps Grandpa Software in Micro Focus care home, hightails it

Shares slip 5.2 per cent

Rich professionals could be replaced by AI, shrieks Gartner

Rise of the MachinesDoctors, lawyers, IT folk ... all lost in time, like tears in rain...

NetApp and Cisco are pumping mad dollar into data protection startup

*ahem* No, it's data management services now

Amazon announces new Echo just as Microsoft's first Cortana-powered clone breaks cover

It's a fat iPad with no battery

Toshiba tears WDC a new one for meddling in memory business sale

You threaten us with contract lawyers? We'll give you lawyers

Microsoft distie Entatech goes TITSUP

KPMG appointed to pick over bones of Midlands-based biz

Microsoft's .NET-mare for developers: ASP.NET Core 2.0 won't work on Windows-only .NET

BuildProgrammers left with not-quite-as-good .NET Core

Cisco patches switch hijacking hole – the one exploited by the CIA

Telnet security flaw fix finally lands – or just use SSH, yeah?

Just so we're all clear on this: Russia hacked the French elections, US Republicans and Dems

And only released Macron, Clinton campaign files – hmm

On today's a-gender: Axing net neutrality will harm America's women, say women senators

Dems demand U-turn on FCC decision to kill rules

It's 2017 and Windows PCs are being owned by EPS files, webpages

Get patching ASAP as exploits are being used in the wild – and fix Adobe stuff, too

ServiceNow's new CEO thinks IT can spare us from corporate re-orgs

He also feels cloud is yet to make a dent in the enterprise – but AI might fix that

Infosec, e-health, Vets' Affairs scoop up cash in Oz federal budget

Australia's needy IT sector gets its annual dose of validation

FBI boss James Comey was probing Trump's team for Russia links. You're fired, says Donald

President treats America like an episode of The Apprentice

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