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Don't rely on fitness trackers to track number of calories burned

Study shows energy readings off over 90%

Init freedom declared as systemd-free Devuan hits stable 1.0.0 status

POLLDevuan 'Jessie' is done and will get long term support beyond the life of Debian Jessie

IBM asks contractors to take a pay cut

ExclusiveBig Blue is 'shifting service delivery model to dedicated employee workforce' but clients aren't happy

Battery-hungry cars roll over Lenovo's FY 16/17 bottom line

Data centre unit 'still under transformation' and losing money, as is mobile business

Windows 10 love to see PC market grow again. Future iPhone to be clear. Elvis to re-appear

Analyst firm IDC just made one of these three improbable predictions for the year 2019

Japanese lab's 'value-aware' SSDs last longer, recognise images faster

Special error correction techniques work around degrading drives' dying cells

Sysadmin finds insecure printer, remotely prints 'Fix Me!' notice

ON-CALLOnce you're through the web interface the email-to-printer address is easy to find

Life is... pushing all the right buttons on the wrong remote control

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Or I could press 'Play' via the evil internet

El Reg straps on the Huawei Watch 2

Real World TestSports ready, LTE ready, but still a solution looking for a problem?

The revolution will not be televised: How Lucas modernised audio in film

Star Wars New Hope @ 40Thank God for Jedi (and other words I thought I'd never use)

What happened when 300 DevOps experts took over the QE II?

EventsContinuous Lifecycle: Fill-up with speaker videos, slides

'Major incident' at Capita data centre: Multiple services still knackered

Still on knees some 36 hours later

Ouch! Latest Qualcomm sueball comes from ... its own shareholders

Legal flingball fingers Snapdragon 810 debacle

Apple fights off iTunes patent spat appeal

That bit where you said we didn't have to give them $500m – stick with that

‪WannaCry‬pt ransomware note likely written by Google Translate-using Chinese speakers

Signs of machine translation spotted by analysts

Scientists are counting atoms to figure out when Mars last had volcanoes

Astroboffin-in-training makes dating breakthrough

Hyper-converged trashes all-flash: Nutanix out-grows Pure Storage

$100m+ quarterly loss fuels relentless drive for growth

'President Zuck' fundraiser opens for business

'I'm Commander-in-Chief, bitch!'

'Do not tell Elon': Ex-SpaceX man claims firm cut corners on NASA part tests

Firm: Not what he was saying before we sacked him

Brocade goes bye-bye: Out on a high note ahead of Broadcom slurp

+CommentRevenues increase as it faces dismemberment

Sainsbury's IT glitch spoils bank holiday food orders

Hoping to stock up for a barbecue? Tough

Pirates hack was a hoax, says Disney boss

'You are without a doubt the worst pirate I’ve ever heard of'

The hold is filled with storage news! Grab a bucket and BAIL

Keelhauling through the week's movers and shakers

It was bound to happen: Amazon launches first grocery store

Buy your bread n' butter from the Bezos Bunch

Tech firms send Congress checklist of surveillance reforms

Google, Facebook et al take on Section 702, Apple quiet

Done and done: BlackBerry ties up $940m settlement with Qualcomm

Patent case wraps up as sides agree on final tally

Bitcoin exchange Coinbase crashes after Asian buying frenzy

Japanese investors rush in after cryptocurrency was made legal

TRUMP SCANDAL! No, not that one. Or that one. Or that one. Or that one.

Hackers target The Donald's businesses

Your job might be automated within 120 years, AI experts reckon

Even AI researcher jobs at risk by the year 2105

Chipotle: Hackers did to our registers what our burritos did to your colon

Fast food chain cops to POS malware breach

Andy Rubin teases next week's launch of Essential phone

Is it a Tango? Is it a 360-camera? Or is it a let-down?

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