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'We hold the high ground' says Qualcomm boss as profits crater

Apple's royalties and licensing boycott taking a heavy toll

$30 million below Parity: Ethereum wallet bug fingered in mass heist

Crypto-cash leak made possible by software stuff-up

Dahua IP cameras stung by Web interface bug

Long password risks remote code execution

Mozilla hoping to open source voice samples for future AI devs

Prying open speech recognition

Deutsche Telekom demo pushes G.Fast faster, further

Interview: Sckipio explains what carriers will like about cDTA

Why can't you install Windows 10 Creators Update on your old Atom netbook? Because Intel stopped loving you

Meanwhile, Redmond extends security fixes to tired CPUs

Remember that Citadel bank-slurping malware? Its main man was just jailed for five years

Trojan was used to swipe $500m from victims' accounts

Europe's 'one patent court to rule them all' vision may be destroyed by EPO shenanigans

King Battistelli finally facing consequences for his actions

Crazy bug of the week: Gnome Files' .MSI parser runs evil VBScripts

Grab a fix now watchdog didn't red flag any IT projects. And that alone should be a red flag to everyone

AnalysisTransparency is welcome – but you gotta read between the lines

We're all saved. From the killer AI. We can live. Thanks to the IEEE

Rest assured, your personal software agent has been tested for loyalty

House of Lords to probe AI data slurping

Who owns all that valuable training info?

Breathless F-35 pilots to get oxygen boost via algorithm tweak

'OMG zillion-dollar jet is hackable' conspiracy theories in 3, 2, 1...

Yeah, WannaCry hit Windows, but what about the WannaCry of apps?

Patching done proper

Oracle's FS1 storage array fades into cloud like tears in rain

+CommentBig Red vapourises SAN tower, wants clients to do the same

HMS Frigatey Mcfrigateface given her official name

It's Glasgow, before you lot get too excited

No one still thinks iOS is invulnerable to malware, right? Well, knock it off

As platform's popularity rose, so did its allure to miscreants

UK mobile number porting creaks: Arcane system shows its age

CommentAny, sorry, many ports in a storm...

Feature snatcher Microsoft tweaks OneDrive

But Placeholders won't be replaced until autumn

'Coke dealer' called us after his stash was stolen – cops

Sir, what is your occupation? Um, what?

This is why old Windows Phones won't run PC apps

The Tale of the Left Behind

NHS trusts splashed £260m on PCs in last four years

Obviously not enough to stop Wannacry...

UK households hit by 1.8m computer misuse offences in a year

Stats show few report such crimes to cops

Uber, Twitter's legal eagles gather to wring claws about bro culture

Time to expand the brocabulary

The eyes have IT: TSB to roll out iris-scanning tech for mobile banking

Biometrics, certificates combo to shore up security

Just look at our cloud sales, beams profit-sapped SAP

Boost to 2017 cloud guidance as revenue rises 29%

Cops harpoon two dark net whales in megabust: AlphaBay and Hansa

Tor won't shield you, warn Feds

White boxer is a white racker: Supermicro touts Rack Scale Design

VBlock-like converged systems

Toshiba's spat with WDC over chip biz is now a song of strife and ire

Court orders only prolong bid process, and winter is coming

Huawei reckons it can strong ARM its way into AI world with new chips

We're assuming Chinese giant will use ARM in ML processors. It probably will, right?

UK uni warns students of phishers trying to nick their tuition fees

♪ You shall have a phishy on a little dishy when the hack comes in

Second one this month: Another code bootcamp decamps to graveyard

'Unable to find a sustainable model' complains crashed programming crash course

Death to strap-ons, says Intel, yet thrusts its little AI stick into us all

Behold, the neural network gizmo Chipzilla will quietly kill in two years, like its wearables

Alphabay shutdown: Bad boys, bad boys, what you gonna do? Not use your Hotmail...

Analysis...or the Feds will get you ♪

US Homeland Sec boss has snazzy new laptop bomb scanning tech – but admits he doesn't know what it's called

Fscking nerds, Secretary John Kelly sighs

So, FCC, how about that massive DDoS? Hello? Hello...? You still there?

UpdatedLike trying to get blood out of a stone

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