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Intel AMT bug bit Siemens industrial PCs

Patches issued for 38 products, plus bonus Web portal bug-fix

China pollutes ocean with bloody big rocket

Long March, short flight

German e-gov protocol carries ancient vulns

Dies ist eine Chaos

Kaspersky repeats offer: America can see my source code

Fighting to head off Department of Defense blacklisting

Linux 4.12 kernel lands: 'Go forth and use it' quoth Linus Torvalds

'No reason to delay'

NASA: Bring on the asteroid, so we can chuck a fridge at it

Putting Bruce Willis out of work

UK.gov tips £400m into digital investment pot

'Now you can watch Game of Thrones in peace'

Students smash competitive clustering LINPACK world record

HPC BlogThe kids are all right

Nokia touts future of virtual reality ads... but who's the audience?

OpinionCan you pick up product, examine it from all sides? Not yet

One-third of Brit IT projects on track to fail

Not just the government that is crap at IT...

Exposed pipes – check. Giant pillows – check. French startup mega-campus opens

Station F: 2,600 tech entrepreneurs en Paris

Megacorp GSK inks AI drug development deal with Brit firm

Exscientia claims approach IDs candidates quicker

Male escort says he gave up IT to do something more meaningful

Unlike in tech, 'I get to make a small difference to people's lives'

Blighty's Department for Culture, Media & Sport gets 'digital' rebrand

Ministry of Fun gets even more fun...

Google DeepMind trial failed to comply with data protection – ICO

Royal Free Hospital asked to establish a 'proper legal basis' for project

File sharers Dropbox latest US tech startup to stick toe in IPO waters

Stock market launches can be hazardous to your value

So. A cross-Europe cyberwar simulation. Of ransomware

Are you thinking what we're thinking? (They even invited Hoodie-wearing Hacker™)

Cloud sales shift as enormo Microsoft reorg continues – sources

Enterprise, corporate sales become one

If 282-page doc on new NVMe drive spec is tl;dr, you're in luck

What are we getting? Endurance

What does an enterprise cloud look like?

Sysadmin blogWhat's here already, what's missing

America's net neutrality rage hits academia

Special reportCorporate shill allegations spark furious response

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