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Avanade getting into hardware to deliver an Azure Stack

UPDATEDHuawei's decided to get into Microsoft’s hybrid cloud too

Dell's losses widen in first post-EMC quarter, but nobody's worried

Servers soar, PCs pop, debt drops and all agree 'reasonable progress' has been made

Alphabet offloads bot businesses Boston Dynamics and SCHAFT

Who's the cat who won't cop out when there's danger all about? SoftBank. Damn right

Microsoft Azure adds OpenBSD support. Repeat. Azure adds OpenBSD support.

Version 6.1 awaits your pleasure. Redmond's also upgraded its FreeBSD to v. 11

Science megablast: Comets may have brought xenon to Earth

Noble gas found on 67P by Euro probe Rosetta

In detail: How we are all pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed, debriefed or numbered – by online biz all day

Cracked Labs shines light on surveillance capitalism

Yahoo! shareholders! sign! off! sale! to! Verizon!, which! sharpens! axe!

Purple Palace as we know it to close on June 13th

DeepMind takes a shot at teaching AI to reason with relational networks

AnalysisReasoning is one part of the puzzle to general intelligence

Please do not scare the pigeons – they'll crash the network

On-CallSysadmin outsmarts rats with wings, but they manage to have the final turd

My unpopular career in writing computer reviews? It's a gift

Something for the Weekend, Sir?The sun really does shine out of my behind

DUP site crashes after UK general election

Folk google tiny party that may play kingmaker to Tories

Microsoft officially hangs up on old Skype phones, users fuming

Then again it has been four years coming

Cabinet Office minister Gummer loses seat as Tory gamble backfires

So what does this mean for Verify? Oh wait...

Mcubed: More speakers join machine learning and AI extravaganza

Getting a grip on AI, and putting it to work

DDoS attack brings Qatar's Al Jazeera website to its knees

Hacking attempts come amid diplomatic crisis in the Gulf

Shoebox-sized satellites made by civs win trip on NASA's newest rocket

Three US teams clash in one far-out Robot Wars episode

ICO seizes phones and computers in nuisance call scam raids

Probe into theft of personal info from car repair centres

Watch out Facebook, Google – the EU wants easy access to your data

So much for the European data fortress?

Say hello to Dvmap: The first Android malware with code injection

Trojan deletes root access to dodge detection

Whisky snobs scotched by artificial tongue

Boffins claim fluorescent dyes could help detect fake booze

Windows 10 Creators Update preview: Lovin' for Edge and pen users, nowt much else

What about the rest of us?

Witcher dev CD Projekt Red says hackers stole game concepts and asked for ransom

Scum threaten to leak deets of upcoming Cyberpunk 2077

Record number of non-EU techies coming to Blighty

Volumes to swell further post Brexit, bean counters predict

Intel to Qualcomm and Microsoft: Nice x86 emulation you've got there, shame if it got sued into oblivion

Chipzilla sends not-so-subtle threat to ARM crew

Afrinic shuts down IP address shutdown over internet shutdowns

Coincidentally, a large number of government reps turn up to crackdown confab

I fought Ohm's Law and the law won: Drone crash takes out power to Silicon Valley homes

1,600 PG&E customers hit by gizmo prang

Boeing preps pilotless passenger flights – once it has solved the Sully problem, of course

Avoid blue screens of blazing death, please

You know this net neutrality thing? Well, people really love it

Paging Commissioner Pai: Your 'plan' is less popular than Trumpcare

DIY self-driving cars are closer than they appear (and we're not talking about in the mirror)

Comma.ai software adapted for the Chevy Volt

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