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Elon to dump Trump over climate bump

Tesla boss says he won't work with The Donald if global warming deal snubbed

Silk Road boss Ross Ulbricht denied bid for new trial

Appeals court sees no problem with life sentence

No H-1B visas? No problem, we'll offshore says Tech Mahindra

Indian services firm says it will hire more Americans too, but MAGA plan isn't a setback

Extreme Networks confirms it's buying Avaya's network biz

'Approximately US$100m' to change hands for assets hoped to generate $200m a year

Google cloud switches on Intel's Skylake Xeons and cloud CPU picker

Another thing cloud's changed: it used to be be server-makers that trumpeted CPU exclusives

Oracle asks for more time to finish Java 9

Eight weeks needed to sort out missing pieces of Jigsaw platform module system

Spacecraft spots possible signs of frozen water on the Moon

Evidence could uncover how oceans formed on Earth

Security company finds unsecured bucket of US military images on AWS

You're only as secure as your suppliers and some military contractors look to be well leaky

Microsoft founder Paul Allen reveals world's biggest-ever plane

Twin-fuselage, six-engined satellite-slinger has wider wings than the Spruce Goose

Identity management outfit OneLogin sugar coats impact of attack

Blog reveals breach. Email warns of data compromise. Support page says crypto at risk

Bank of Canada finds flaws with current blockchain solutions

Not an option for underpinning payment systems at present

Performance anxiety: A different take on 'hybrid infrastructure'

Who're you calling remote?

The Linux cloud swap that spells trouble for Microsoft and VMware

Containers just wanna be hypervisors

Giffgaff 'roam like at home' package means £1/min calls in Jersey

More like Giffgaffe... but good news if you're going to Spain

China cyber-security law will keep citizens' data within the Great Firewall

Foreign firms may suddenly find doing business there difficult

Edinburgh Uni email snafu tells students they won't be graduating

Er, sorry, ignore that, say red-faced admins

Healthcare tops UK data breach chart – but it's not what you're thinking

WannaCrypt? Actually human error is the biggest problem

Toshiba asset-swap shock: Western Digital is not impressed

Saucy Japanese chip-fryer tries to swallow its JV stake

Trident nuke subs are hackable, thunders Wikipedia-based report

Look, here's some stuff I read on the internet about infosec and it's terribly worrying isn't it?

UK trigger-happy over fines for data breaches compared with Europe

Penalties double, but it's nothing next to GDPR

Crapness of WannaCrypt coding offers hope for ransomware victims

Still struggling? Your files might be recoverable after all

HPE sales slide, profits evaporate... but think of the future, CEO urges

Component shortages, forex and 'stiff competition' blamed for Q2 crappiness

Microsoft's cunning plan to make Bing the leading search engine: Bribery

Binging for pennies

After reusing a rocket, SpaceX tries reusing Dragon capsule for ISS resupply

UpdatedRecycling kit to lower costs is key to Musk's goals

Qualcomm names its Windows 10 ARM PC partners

HP, Asus, Lenovo ring in brown trouser time for Intel

LIGO physicists eyeball a new gravitational wave

The third time's the charm

Apple Swift Playgrounds admit robots

Gated community sees life beyond its borders

Samsung's Bixby assistant fails English, gets held back a month

The worst thing to happen to Samsung Mobile in at least a few months

ViaSat lofts world's most powerful communications satellite into orbit

Hitches ride with Ariane after SpaceX drops the ball

Social media vetting for US visas go live

Selected travelers will have to provide usernames, detailed travel histories and more

Microsoft boosts its AI framework with Cognitive Toolkit 2.0

New version pushes Python language

Healthcare dev fined $155m for lying about compliance

eCW body-slammed by Uncle Sam

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