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20th > June > 2017 Archive

Intel: Joule's burned, Edison switched off, and Galileo – Galileo is no more

Chipzilla takes axe to IoT and embedded compute lines

NASA's Kepler space telescope finishes its original mission catalog

Fifty possible planets later, we're a step closer to a possible vacation Earth

Australian Dept Defence pulling kit out of China-owned Global Switch

Cites security concerns as justification for AU$200m migration

Stack Clash flaws blow local root holes in loads of top Linux programs

We knew about this in 2005. And 2010. And people are still building without -fstack-check

Juniper puts an Enforcer on the door and adds Cisco to the guest list

The gin palace's security management code has gone cross-platform

Linus Torvalds and Greg Kroah-Hartman both have new Linux in mind

4.12 might emerge next week, 4.14 dubbed next LTS release

South Korean hosting co. pays $1m ransom to end eight-day outage

Talked scum down from $4.4m after they waltzed through unpatched legacy mess

IBM appears to have excess cloud servers to shift at low, low, prices

Fancy a cheap cloud Xeon, guv'nor? Bargain price, but just these few

NSA had NFI about opsec: 2016 audit found laughably bad security

Unlocked racks. No 2FA. No access control lists. No wonder Snowden got away with it

Samsung's 'Magician' for SSDs can let crims run evil code

What is this: Storage insecurity day? Asking cos Acronis has the same problem

IBM's contractor crackdown continues: Survivors refusing pay cut have hours reduced

Managers told to hit budgets, even if customers bleed

Swiss super pushes USA off podium in new Top500 Supers list

China packs a one-two punch at the top, UK Met office scores 11th place, Australia 70th

Medicxi launches $300m European late-stage life sciences fund backed by Google company

Verily joins Novartis and the European Investment Fund

Software 'submarine' surfaces data protection for the Nutanix hypervisor crowd

They kept that quiet: Software for AHV app data protection

'OK, everyone. Stop typing, this software is DONE,' said no one ever

Open Source InsiderSome times it really is, though

Google may follow Apple, design mobile chips in-house

CommentHas anyone told Qualcomm, Intel and the gang?

Guess who's just locked up £1.5bn Australian prison mega-contract? Our very own Serco

UK prisoner escort scandal? They paid that money back!

The Internet of Flying Thing: Reg man returns with explicit shots

PicsA flight to nowhere, complete with streaming Netflix

Oxford profs tell Twitter, Facebook to take action against political bots

It's just the future of democracy at stake, no biggie

Tesco Online IT meltdown: Fails to deliver thousands of grocery orders

Shoppers across UK forced to leave the house

Another FalconStor CEO out as storage software firm hunts for growth

Outgoing Garry Quinn hands reins to Intermap's Todd Oseth

A private equity titan has just forked out £700m for IT training biz QA

Education provider has 'ambitious growth plans'

MongoDB tries to entice time-poor devs with new Backend as a Service

Document database company has Google’s Firebase in its sights

Microsoft throws its weight behind Parisian AI startup factory

Redmond to support fledgling firms at Station F initiative

Hacker exposed bank loophole to buy luxury cars and a face tattoo

♪ I'm gonna wait... til the midnight hour, when there's no one else around

Microsoft says Skype outages are over – a few hours too early

Global Skype outages spill over onto a second day

Cisco hops on machine learning bandwagon with new switches

Switchzilla wants to make 'intuitive' switches that charge you by the month

In the Epyc center: More Zen server CPU specs, prices sneak out of AMD

UpdatedAnd a quick look at the chips' encrypted RAM tech

Costa Rica complains of US govt harassment over Pirate Bay domain

Registry operator points finger at US embassy staffer

US is Number One! In sales register hacking attacks, at least

Fraudsters love America's easy-to-hack card slurpers

Ego stroking, effusive praise and promise of billions: White House tech meeting in full

Somewhere in there is the germ of a good idea

Tesla death smash probe: Neither driver nor autopilot saw the truck

Report shows driver took a hands-off approach to driving

Uber wants your top tips to mend its rotten image

Magnanimous gesture that won't cost the bros anything

Melbourne Uni hoping to hoist tiny telescope to look at BIG explosions

Dr Katie Mack explains the SkyHopper cubesat project to El Reg

Microsoft admits to disabling third-party antivirus code if Win 10 doesn't like it

Redmond readies the ground for Kaspersky's EU antitrust suit

Google switches on Sydney cloud region, with a subset of services

App Engine and Datastore coming real soon now, no word on when other services will land

No, really. You can see through walls using drones and Wi-Fi

VideoResearchers explore 3D imaging using drones

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