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What hardware? Oracle is on cloud nine, er, twelve right now – $200,000,000,000

IT giant's market cap soars after (mostly) strong financials

Homeland Security: Putin’s hackers tried to crack electoral networks in 21 US states

Senate Intelligence Committee frustrated by lack of details

Arista-cats nearly out of the bag as redesigned products okayed

International Trade Commission says its kit should be fine to import again

Researcher calls the fuzz on OpenVPN, uncovers crashy vulns

Patches for servers and clients already out there – get updating just in case

Cisco to reveal 'Starship' ride to cloudy server automation heaven

Borg plans 'AI-assisted operations in IT', but first we get new HCI boxen for ROBO

ITU thinks Blockchain and pals need interoperability

Calls for standards-setting conference to consider security, privacy, whatever other regs distributed ledger types want

Cisco's 'encrypted traffic fingerprinting' turned into a product

Borg's boxen can now figure out if there's malware lurking in encrypted traffic

In the week Uber blew up, Netflix restates 'No brilliant jerks' policy

Forget free sushi, gyms or Steve Jobs clones. Netflix values fearless sharing

PLATO mission to find alien life is given the thumbs up

ESA to start the construction of space telescope network

Yes, this is our third Cisco story of the day. It's about 23 bugs you need to fix, stat

Troll your WebEx-loving execs with a crafted recording file

Humanity uploaded an AI to Mars and lets it shoot rocks with lasers

Curiosity Rover's autonomous operation experiments have been a great success, say astro-boffins

Cluster kids: Meet the students giving all for science and HPC glory

HPC BlogIf LINPACK would pack wood... and other computer sports posers

Cheeky IT rival parks 'we're hiring' van outside 'vote Tory' firm Storm Technologies

PicStrapline on van: 'Where your vote is your choice'. Meow!

Numbers war: How Bayesian vs frequentist statistics influence AI

Not all figures are equal

Flash array startup E8 whips out benchmarks, everyone will complain

NVMe over Fabrics box bashes Dell EMC, Pure and Infinidat

Expansys shutters online mobile gadget souk to consumers

'Dragon'-owned biz shifts focus to B2B market

Ailing Brit chip designer Imagination Technologies up for sale

Clash with tech titan continues

'No decision' on Raytheon GPS landing system aboard Brit aircraft carriers

We've already got one tried and tested system, huffs MoD

Fujitsu loses Dimes amid plans to save dollars

ExclusiveUK and Ireland boss nowhere to be seen

Research suggests UK consumers find 'fibre' advertising misleading

Alt-net providers call for ads to be reviewed

UCL ransomware attack traced to malvertising campaign

Researchers finger trojan-slinging AdGholas group

Flash-based and Dell-free: NetApp trots out SolidFire FlexPod

Flash? It's all flash, mate

Gov.UK pops open tin of AI and robotics research cash

Government opens Industrial Strategy linked funding call

Hybrid storage newbie: It's storage Jim, but not as you know it

Data on flash or disk? Er, it's complicated, says Reduxio

Two Brits nabbed amid probe into global plot to hack Microsoft network

UpdatedOrganised crime coppers cuff young men

Canadian sniper makes kill shot at distance of 3.5 KILOMETRES

He'd have been aiming higher than the top of London's Shard to hit his mark

Microsoft PatchGuard flaw could let hackers plant rootkits on x64 Windows 10 boxen

Redmond shrugs, says PC would already need to be thoroughly pwned

Genoans flout terror ban with bumper basil hand baggage policy

Sauce on a plane

Lordy! Trump admits there are no tapes of his chats with Comey

Strangely lucid and lawyerly statement from Tweeter-in-Chief

Waymo: We've got a hot smoking gun in Uber 'tech theft' brouhaha

As taxi app maker staff demand T-Bone Kalanick is restored to the throne

Breaking news, literally: Newspaper's quakebot rumbled for fake story

Software glitch led to algorithm emitting 90-year-old info

Let's go live to the 3rd circle of Hell – and see what Comcast and Charter are screwing up

Allegations of digging up rivals' cables, breaking promises

WikiLeaks doc dump reveals CIA tools for infecting air-gapped PCs

Brutal Kangaroo jumps network breaks, according to leaked classified info

Latest Windows 10 Insider build pulls the trigger on crappy SMB1

Redmond adds UI tweaks, more emojis and Edge enticements

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