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Biometric data stolen from corporate lunch rooms system

Avanti Markets 'fesses up to cafeteria heist

nbn™ hits the half-way mark – but has more than half of the job left

Signups remain at <50%, revenue isn't right and don't forget Turnbull promised we'd all be connected in 2016

Canberra reviewing online Medicare lookup after data breach

Insider with a login, rather than an outsider with a hack, seems culprit for darkweb privacy panic

Trump backs off idea for joint US/Russian 'impenetrable Cyber Security unit'

Goes from #MAGA to 'can't happen' in eight tweets

Roland McGrath steps down as glibc maintainer after 30 years

Open source is only for two-thirds of a life, says veteran

LHC finds a new and very charming particle: the Xicc++ baryon

Four times as massive as a proton, a way to check out the strong nuclear force

European Telecoms Standards Institute emits mobile edge APIs

Mobile base stations have compute. These APIs will let you tap it

Atlassian hikes prices for most cloudy JIRA and Confluence users

17 annual pricing tiers – that's not a typo – now on offer

Multics resurrected: Proto-Unix now runs on Raspberry Pi or x86

Seminal time-sharing OS needs emulator for ancient Honeywell DPS8M CPU

Microsoft's Azure chief: What's good for cloud is good for on-premises too

ExclusiveScott Guthrie talks to The Reg about Azure Stack and the changing developer platform

Good luck building a VR PC: Ethereum miners are buying all the GPUs

Once the tap turns on again, GPUs will restore PCs and edge computing to glory

Judge used personal email to send out details of sensitive case

Complaint lodged with Judicial Conduct Investigations Office

Is this a hotdog? What it takes for an AI to answer that might surprise you

Don't boil the ocean

Wikibon drops bomb, says Intel's Optane could be a flop...tane

Claims 3D XPoint headed for niche use as 3D NAND storms ahead

OMG, dad, you're so embarrassing! Are you P2P file sharing again?

Ripping teens leave the file sharing to Sad Old Dads

Court docs: WD has bid to buy Toshiba's memory business six times

Rejects SK Hynix partnership

GSM gateway ban U-turn casts doubt on 7.5-year prosecution in Blighty

Brit on bail for nearly a decade hopes crim case will be binned

Former GCHQ boss backs end-to-end encryption

Target the target's device, advises former spy chief

Twitter will no longer snaffle data allowances on Virgin Mobile

Please, for the love of god, keep your plans switched on!

His Muskiness wheels out the Tesla Model 3

'Cut-price' car could be yours, in a year or more, for 'just' $35k

The AA's copped to credit data blurt, but what about car-crash incident response?

When we said, 'Credit card details have not been compromised,' we meant…

Microsoft drops Office 365 for biz. Now it's just Microsoft 365. Word

All Redmond's major business offerings have become The One

'My dream job at Oracle left me homeless!' – A techie's relocation horror tale

Bloke's Amsterdam odyssey ends up in hardship

Azure stacks, Office packs – and VR flacks: Here's Microsoft's Inspire news dump

Your quick guide to today's Redmond info blurt

Google's Larry Page faces four-hour grilling in Waymo-Uber spat

Ad giant's head sucked into self-driving car trade secrets saga

Just in time for summer boozing: Boffins smash world record for the most perfect ice cubes

It's Pimms O' Clock somewhere in the world right now

DARPA cracks wallet to open heads: Brain interface projects get Uncle Sam's backing

It's hoped cutting-edge tech will bridge broken senses

Bloke takes over every .io domain by snapping up crucial name servers

IO, IO, it's off the 'net you go

Two-factor FAIL: Chap gets pwned after 'AT&T falls for hacker tricks'

This is getting stupid now – time to dump SMS and switch to code-generating apps or tokens

Oracle, Amazon, Google, and Salesforce finally agree on something

Heavies team up to form patent-reform lobbying supergroup

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