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Hot news! Combustible Galaxy Note 7 to return as 'Galaxy Note FE'

What could FE stand for? Fried Ears? Fearful Explosions? Flaming Emissions?

Mozilla dev and Curl inventor Daniel Stenberg denied travel to USA

Settle down: This looks like a SNAFU, not Trump teasing techies

A good time Woz had by all: We peeked our head into Primary Data and this is what we saw

AnalysisUpcoming early-access product details revealed

Everything you need to know about the Petya, er, NotPetya nasty trashing PCs worldwide

AnalysisThis isn't ransomware – it's merry chaos

Microsoft brings caregiver leave home to US, plans to finish global rollout soon

Four weeks, paid, to deal with family health crises

Amadeus airline booking system TITSUP and it's not ransomware

Australian airline QANTAS is partly offline, other carriers may be in trouble too

Ride-snare: Lyft ruse helps cops cuff suspect in tech CEO murder case

'How would you rate your ride?'

'Bio-hacker' embeds public transport ticket under his skin

But the transport authority says that invalidates the card

VMware prepping NSX-as-a-service running from the public cloud

VMworld content catalog lists live AWS services, Cross Cloud and OpenStack 4.0

Tanks for the memories: Building a post-Microsoft Office cloud suite

AnalysisRedmond owned it, Google invaded. Your options

Facebook hit two billion users today and SugarCRM reminded us you are Zuck's product

Sugar's 'Hint' scraping service populates sales profiles by scraping 70 data sources

Facebook's whitebox-all-the-network-things TIP project flexes tentacles

CommentPlus BT evaluates startups. Good luck, network kit giants

Looking for an Ubuntu Unity close cousin? Elementary, my dear...

Matching DNA and personality types

Met Police laggards still have 18,000 Windows XP machines in use

Never fear – they're moving to, er, Windows 8.1 instead

Dixons Carphone stirs PC Curry, reports 10% profit gravy

Record £500m full-year figure for borg

AWS Summit London queues caused by security, not snafu

Ultimate Britishness experience – wet, grey skies and a huge wait just to be disappointed

Intel launches 64-layer 3D flash client SSD

You can buy it at consumer electronics e-shop. We're not joking

A minister for GDS? Don't talk digital pony

CommentJunior appointment more telling than non-expert status

123-reg resolves secure database access snafu

Catches up with https everywhere memo

Toshiba sues WDC for a cool billion bucks

You could say the flash JV partners' relationship is at rock bottom

What is the enterprise cloud?

Sysadmin blogIntegrated IT infrastructure is a good place to start

Atlantis Computing in urgent refinancing talks

VDI and HCIA software supplier

Rackspace shoves Splunk in its data trunk

Managed cloud biz’s next move? Machine learning, obviously

Four Brits cuffed in multimillion-quid Windows tech support call scam probe

Malicious chats mostly came from India, say police

Toshiba, Western Digital put away lawyers long enough to play 96-layer 3D NAND game of Jenga

Tosh talks 4-level cell tech, too

Search results suddenly missing from Google? Well, BLAME CANADA!

It seems that everything's gone wrong since Canada came along

Virus (cough, cough, Petya) goes postal at FedEx, shares halted

TNT Express systems blown up by, er, yeah, you get the idea

Kaspersky Lab US staff grilled by Feds in nighttime swoop

Also, update your Kaspersky Anti-Virus File Server – before you get hacked

Modern Micron maestro Mehrotra marches merrily, maintains megahit masterplan

Senior execs hired and flagging retail business canned

US trade watchdog boss goes all Kendrick Lamar on self-driving cars

Sit down Kitt, be humble

America throws down gauntlet: Accept extra security checks or don't carry laptops on flights

Peeps flying into US face 'enhanced screening'

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