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Citrix suddenly changes CEO: Tatarinov out, COO David Henshall in

'Mutual separation decision' after just 18 months in the job

Seagate SNAFU sees Cisco servers primed for data loss

Disks shipped with the wrong write cache settings and found their way into UCS boxen

Intel bolts bonus gubbins onto Skylake cores, bungs dozens into Purley Xeon chips

Deep diveInside Chipzilla's new security measures

Dell gives world its first wireless-charging laptop if you buy $580 extra kit

Or you could buy two of the cheaper battery-pack keyboards for less than the wireless kit

New Azure servers to pack Intel FPGAs as Microsoft ARM-lessly embraces Xeon

'Intel Xeon Scalable Processor' hailed as 'cornerstone for new platform' with servers customised for different roles

JavaScript spec gets strung out on padding

ECMAScript 2017 addresses left-pad gate, alongside various improvements

NASA flies plane through Earthly shadow of Kuiper Belt object

2014 MU69 is New Horizons' next stop and this is a way to get an early look

Nokia inks wide-ranging deal with Xiaomi: Not just IP and handsets

Oh Mi goodness

European Parliament keen to throw news publishers a bone

But will Google and Facebook be good neighbours?

The life and times of Surface, Microsoft's odds-defying fondleslab

A hard-won hit at five

Brit military scolded for being too selfish with sexy high-end tech

Armed forces must do more to attract innovators and put an end to demanding blueprints

Blighty's prosecutors slammed for failing to deliver savings on electronic tagging

£60m spent so far and five years late

Apple building data centre in China to comply with tough cybersecurity laws

Citizen data can only be stored within the country

Virgin Trains dodges smack from ICO: CCTV pics of Corbyn were OK

Showing Labour boss wasn't on 'ram-packed' train didn’t break law

BlackBerry taking action to fix 'pop-out' screen – namely more glue

KEYone flagship crumbles under pressure

AI vans are real – but they'll make us suck at driving, warn boffins

Transport brainboxes urge to keep eye on tech

Adult toy retailer slapped down for 'RES-ERECTI*N' ad over Easter

Didn't manage to pull it off

AI cybersecurity startup Darktrace scores $75m, now valued at $850m

Mike Lynch-backed firm pushes unicorn status as demand soars

Micro Focus posts pre-HPE Software borg numbers

Look here, we're doing OK now, aren't we?

WD gets court order: Toshiba can't block access to shared database

Of double negatives, TSVs, TROs, BiCS and JVs

Server vendors board the Xeon SP party bus

Who'll get all the hotties? Who'll mope in the corner thinking about EPYC?

Slower US F-35A purchases piles $27bn onto total fighter jet bill

Economies of scale, in reverse

When 'Saving The Internet' means 'Saving Crony Capitalism'

CommentThe curious case of the dog that didn’t bark

WannaCry prompts promise of extra cash towards NHS security pledges transparency in long-awaited response to data and consent reviews

Dial S for SQLi: Now skiddies can order web attacks via text message

Katyusha scanner targets web servers with instant chat

14 million Verizon subscribers' details leak from crappily configured AWS S3 data store

UpdatedUS telco giant insists only infosec bods saw the info

Brickbat unwraps in lap of crap Snapchat yap app technocrat brats after stock splat mishap

Have we just reached Peak Register?

Hey, remember that monkey selfie copyright drama a few years ago? Get this – It's just hit the US appeals courts

AnalysisAnd, surprise, surprise, everyone's still baffled

Good news: Samsung's Tizen no longer worst code ever. Bad news: It's still pretty awful

TVs, phones, watches, you all get Sammy's bugs

Guess who doesn't have to pay $1.3bn in back taxes? Of course it's fscking Google

Dieu merci, nous n'avons pas mis en place un bureau à Paris, le grand fromage of ads sighed

Ready, aim... Ignition! Valley VC bigwig ejects after conduct complaints

Firm needs a new anti-harassment trainer after blowup

Blue Cross? Blue crass: Health insurer thought it would be a great idea to mail plans on USB sticks

Sure, teach people it's OK to plug in random drives

An AI can replace what a world leader said in his video-taped speech. This will end well. Not

VideoFinal stepping stone to irrefutable fake news?

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