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Australia to float 'not backdoors' that behave just like backdoors to Five-Eyes meeting

Search warrants can crack crypto are reasonable, says PM's infosec advisor

NSA leaker bust gets weirder: Senator claims hacking is wider than leak revealed

Intelligence Committee member says Russian hacked lots of US States, some don't know it yet

Cumulus Networks adds validation with NetQ

Agents that don't wait for polling

Crank up the caffeine for ISC Student Cluster Competition 2017

HPC BlogWhat you need to know, HPC competitors

Cross? Us? Nah, we're just going hard on hybrids, says VMware

vRealize refresh sees Virtzilla play nice with Puppet, AWS and Azure

Obama's intel chief says Russia totally tried to swing it for Trump

Former director of National Intelligence James Clapper has no doubt who hacked the Dems and spread fake news

Microsoft SCOM crashed some web apps, but the fix didn't fix it

System Center app monitoring wouldn't play nice with .Net and still doesn't after 78 days

Meteor swarm spawns new and dangerous branch

Czech boffins say source of Tunguska event has new asteroid-sized bits to watch

Hyperloop One teases idea of 50-minute London-Edinburgh ride

Reveals candidate European routes, two tunnels under the Med, under under Baltic Sea

Europe to upgrade its continental GPS

EGNOS overlay service's HQ refresh will ensure GPS accuracy to three metres

To heck with the laws of physics... we will squeeze more juice from these processors

HPC BlogAn HPC boffin predicts system trends

Golden handshakes of almost half a million at Wikimedia Foundation

Donors' money funds outgoing managers' nest eggs

So despite all the cash ploughed into big data, no one knows how to make it profitable

Waiting for the next industrial revolution. Still waiting...

Hand in your notice – by 2022 there'll be 350,000 cybersecurity vacancies

Demand outstripping supply ahead of GDPR... and, hot damn, those salaries

Ex-MI5 boss: People ask, why didn't you follow all these people ... on your radar?

Former spymaster Stella Rimington on cyber espionage, terrorism and more

Did someone say server sales are crappy? Yes, nearly everyone

Only Dell EMC manages to expand its waistline in Q1

EU, China may demand concessions for Qualcomm's $39bn Dutch chip plant slurp

AnalysisNXP acquisition part of IoT push, say market-watchers

When can real-world laws invade augmented reality fantasies? A trial in Milwaukee will decide

AnalysisAR 'doesn't qualify' for free speech protection

Rustle up a privacy research project and ICO queen Liz will see you handsomely rewarded

Grants of up to £100k to figure out implications of big data, blockchain

Pop-up Android adware uses social engineering to resist deletion

Ks Clean: Run and install: OK, OK or, er, OK?

Would you let DJ E-to-the-Musk set the playlist for your roadtrip?

Tesla bigwig hints at music algorithms and other assorted nuggets at shareholder meeting

Apple appears to relax ban on apps fetching, running extra code – remains aloof as always

AnalysisArbitrary exes, no, but friendlier rules for dev tools

Gordon Ramsay's father-in-law gets six months for hacking sweary super-chef's computer

Two sons get suspended sentences, daughter cleared

Senator blows a fuse as US spies continue lying over spying program

Bullsh*t sandwiches all 'round

Axed from IBM for remote working? Don't go crying to HPE

HPE DiscoverMeg Whitman doesn't have time for work-at-home slackers

State senator sacked by broadband biz Frontier after voting in favor of broadband competition

Pro tip: Frontier is West Virginia's largest broadband ISP

H-1B visa applications from India plummet (and Trump can't claim credit)

Doubt it'll stop him, though

Receiver appointed to mop up Plutus Payroll

Out-of-pocket contractors, especially those owed Superannuation, are now formally in a queue

What a tit! Uber CEO hijacks his staff breast-pump room to meditate

Just close your eyes, be at peace, and visualize Waymo's lawyers kicking your ass

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