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Nvidia's profits so far this year are GPU-ge

The anti-AMD racks up 48 per cent revenue jump

IBM freezes contractor hires to keep full-time workers fully occupied

UpdatedBig Blue isn't renewing contractors or hiring new ones, even on projects with deadlines

DSL inventor's latest science project: terabit speeds over copper

Spare your hypegasm, this is a research roadmap

OpenWRT and LEDE agree on Linux-for-routers peace plan

There can be only one and it looks like the vote is bad news for the LEDE brand

CERN ready to test an even bigger gun

Linac 4 will pump more energy into LHC's proton smasher

Android O-mg. Google won't kill screen hijack nasties on Android 6, 7 until the summer

Try not to download anything nasty from the Play Store

European Patent Office dragged to human rights court – by its own staff

Union steps up survival efforts as Dutch parliament debates King Battistelli

Veritas plugs a bunch of NetBackup vulns

Paranormal bugs in bprd

Crooks can nick Brits' identities just by picking up the phone and lying

No 133t hax0ring needed to hijack accounts, warns fraud watchdog's report

UK General Election 2017: How EU law will hit British politicians' Facebook fight

Narrow swings, big data

People are talking about a BT Global Services sell-off again

AnalysisWell, outsourcing division sale would raise much-needed capital

The rise of AI marks an end to CPU dominated computing

HPC blogSo what's up next then?

Secure email service builds newsletter bomb defences after attack pummels their inbox

500,000 junk messages in a week paralysed Tutanota

TalkTalk full-year profits rise but shares slump after raid on dividends

Chase for growth leaves investors cold

Paranoid Android: Antivirus app-makers resolve MitM vulnerability

Attack loophole in Panda app sealed

Plutus Payroll pledges to pay IT contractors' wages within 72 hours

But superannuation isn't flowing, dispute with Aus taxman unresolved

RBS is to lay off 92 UK techies and outsource jobs to India – reports

Bad times for the state-owned bank

FCC: Take your spam and shove it, slacktivists!

CommentCalling time on astroturf petitions

Dell EMC World: 14G servers are going to be great and... that's about all we can say

AnalysisAt least while Intel glowers at us from the corner

Fancy a relaxed boozy holiday? Keep well away from Great Britain

Nanny State Index reveals just how hectored we are by modern-day Puritans

Microsoft's Cosmos DB adds Graph support to cloud database manager

BUILDDocumentDB evolves to add Apache Tinkerpop support

Another IoT botnet has been found feasting on vulnerable IP cameras

Children, please welcome Persirai to the class

Memory biz Nantero is a right Dell raiser: IT giant flushes cash down RAM carbon nanotubes

Anything to give Optane some much-needed competition

Microsoft is on the edge: Windows, Office? Naah. Let's talk about cloud, AI

BuildAt its dev conference, Redmond is all about Azure, bots, Azure and also Azure

Could US appeals court save us all from 10 years of net neutrality yelling?

California judges agree to rehear critical data privacy case – with huge implications

Well this is awkward. As Microsoft was bragging about Office at Build, Office 365 went down

BuildTITSUP: Total Inability To Stand Up Products

Chinese stock traders hacked lawyers, profited from Intel's Altera gobble, now fined $9m

S'wot the SEC told a court

Go, GoDaddy! Domain-slinger decapitates email patent troll in court

UpdatedAppeals judge confirms: RPost will get nothing and like it

Senate committee wants all drones registered

Quadcopter hoons on notice

America 'will ban carry-on laptops on flights from UK, Europe to US'

Crackdown coming this week over mid-air bomb blast scares, apparently

Your 90-second guide to new stuff Nvidia teased today: Volta V100 chips, a GPU cloud, and more

GTCVarious bits and bobs to break Intel's heart this year

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