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More UPNP woes: Crashable library bites routers and software

You know the drill: patch fast or cry slowly

Japanese researchers spin up toilet paper gyroscopes for science

The way you spin the loo paper roll exposes your business

Samsung was just Tizen – homegrown Linux again pitched at n00bs

Behold the deliberately-not-mighty Samsung Z4 and the Android ascendancy

VMware's user groups fuming again, consider deposing leaders

VMUGs placed under new Dell umbrella without consultation

QNAP users: It's your turn to patch in a hurry

Miscreants downgrading firmware to vulnerable QTS boxen

Behold, auto-completing Android bug reports – because you're not very thorough

People can't be bothered to recount crashes, so machines are here to help

NASA nixes Trump's moonshot plan

First flight of Orion capsule atop Space Launch System slips from 2018 to 2019

Never mind custody decisions, let's AI up our police cars

HPC blogGPU-flinger Nvidia offers cops artificial intelligence

Oh my Tosh: Western Digital takes Toshiba to arbitration

UpdatedBreach of contract bustup could block sale of Tosh's chip unit

Dell EMC's Azure Stack: Get thee behind me, Microsoft subscriptions

Redmond chucks a lifeline. Not to you, to Big Box Co

Infinidat benchmarking beatdown: Glugging slimfastq? Not us!

AnalysisBottles benchmark battle backlash

Ransomware scum have already unleashed kill-switch-free WannaCry‬pt‪ variant

Researchers warn over new Uiwix strain

HPC kid cluster-wrestle: Gene-sequencing app Falcon was wind beneath winner's wings

HPC BlogTsinghua's score analysed

Have a go with this WW2 German Lorenz cipher machine – in your browser

Fancy a crack at being Germany's secret signalman?

DeX Station: Samsung's Windows-killer is ready for prime time

ReviewA solid, thoughtful job

Lib Dems pledge to end 'Orwellian' snooping powers in manifesto

Only caveat is they need to actually get in power...

Google Cloud boss to speak at ... hang on, Nutanix conference?

Storage firm is going hybrid cloud

Sophos waters down 'NHS is totally protected' by us boast

UpdatedWatered down homeopathy for computers is more powerful, m'kay?

Giant spawn hammer on Antarctica map. Thanks, Google Waze

UpdatedCrowdsourcing is the future of (pubic) navigation

WTH? Veeam retires one CEO, two pop up in his place

+CommentThis co-CEO nonsense is spreading from Oracle

Volvo is letting Android 'take over underlying car software' – report

At least the human cargo will be safe as houses

WannaCrypt outbreak contained as hunt for masterminds kicks in

Kill switch ID'd in ransomware attempt to abuse MS17-010 patch

Beaten passenger, check. Dead giant rabbit, check. Now United loses cockpit door codes

Not a good month for the aviation giant

Uber red-faced from Waymo legal row judge's repeated slapping

Still allowed to continue self-driving research, however

Intel, Samsung join Apple, FTC firing squad against rival Qualcomm

Two more chip heavyweights enter the patent fray

China staggering under WannaCrypt outbreak

Middle Kingdom's CERT puts infection rate in the thousands

Nutanix, IBM hug each other in Power pity party

Big Blue gets cloud cred. Nutanix gets a chance to talk core apps

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