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UK spookhaus GCHQ can crack end-to-end encryption, claims Australian A-G

Antipodean not-backdoors plan will mirror UK Investigatory Powers Act, ensure law of land trumps laws of mathematics

Microsoft adds nested virtualization to Azure

Inception fans can have fun with VMs-inside-VMs inside a cloud, all on Windows Server 2016

Alan Turing Institute bags a Cray Urika-GX to crunch numbers for next-gen tech boffinry

But can it run Crysis?

Fake Newspaper steals Reg design to spruik storage upstart

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery (but we haven't checked that with our lawyers)

Top tip for all you insider traders: Don't Google 'insider trading' from your work PC

Bloke accused of fraud may well be the Wolf of LOL Street

ESA trying to 'bake, rattle and roll' gravity wave space probe

LISA Pathfinder's watch is over, but busting it can teach us to handle future, nastier, missions

'Help! I'm stuck in this ATM,' writes poor bloke on a scribbled note

Cops rescue trapped technician

Pretty fly for an AI: Bioboffins use machine learning to decipher fruit flies' brains

Code cracks neuron riddle

Want to kill your IT security team? Put the top hacker in charge

BSides spills the beans on how to manage white hats at work

User left unable to type passwords after 'tropical island stress therapy'

On-callSo she used a pencil to work it out, then cut herself down to size to fix it

HPE gives execs a jiggle and merges subsidiaries in shrivelling Pointnext

Tech services division changes tack to be a light for customers in digital darkness

What can you do with adult VR, some bronze gears and a robotic thumb? On a Friday?

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Well, it gets a prosthetic thumbs-up from me

Let's go to work: How bots took over business

From HAL to Slackbot

Truck spills slimy load all over Oregon road – drivers slip in eel slick

Korean 'delicacy' cakes cars

Now here's a novel idea: Digitising Victorian-era stamp duty machines

UK Office of Tax Simplification wants to scrap 'anachronistic and cumbersome' process

Man facing $17.5m HPE fraud case has contempt sentence cut by Court of Appeal

Now-freed 'serial entrepreneur' has yet to face a full trial

Dark web souk AlphaBay shuts for good after police raids

Server update

Luxembourg passes first EU space mining law. One can possess the Spice

Paves way for thousands of sci-fi novel prologues to come true

Beware, sheep rustlers of the South West of England! Police drone spy unit gets to work

+CommentDevon and Cornwall plod start using RC quadcopters

Amazon supercharges GPU power, spits out Nvidia-backed G3

Get your office benchmarking Crysi- *cough* I mean, working

Rimini Street: Dispute with Oracle is contract law, not copyright

Ninth Circuit panel urged to throw out injunction on software support biz

Huawei servers hitch ride with Intel's Xeon SP

Blade server initiates server portfolio conversion

Juicero does to its staff what your hands can do to its overpriced juice sacks

Pulp-squeezing juicebags to drop a quarter of its workers

US border cops search cloud accounts? Ha ha, nope, negative, no way, siree – Homeland Sec

Uncle Sam says it won't trawl through travelers' phones

All hail AT&T! Champion of the open internet and users' privacy!

Also a bald-faced liar

Eggheads identify the last animal that will survive on Earth until the Sun dies

Amazingly, it's not Keith Richards

Pastor la vista, baby! FCC enforcers shut down church pirate radio

Forget about the internet: FM is where the real action is

Funnily enough, charging ££££s for trashy bling-phones wasn't a great idea

Et tu, Vertu? Then fall, geezers

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