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Alphabet takes Euro antitrust fine in stride, spooks investors with rising Google ad costs

Meanwhile, 'Other Bets' group hemorrhages less than before

Fat-fingered G Suite admins spill internal biz beans onto public 'net

Another day, another cloudy data leak, as admins fail to get one setting right

Ubiquiti firmware patch stomps nasty redirect bug from login screen

If you skipped the fix, fair enough - it landed before the vulnerability report

Symbolic IO CEO cuffed by cops, vanishes from his storage startup

Tech boss denies any wrongdoing

Kid found a way to travel for free in Budapest. He filed a bug report. And was promptly arrested

Protests sparked after web security hole reported

Python autocomplete-in-the-cloud tool Kite pushes into projects, gets stabbed with a fork

Cloud dev biz tries rainmaking, stirs up storm of complaints

Cassini captures pieces of Saturn’s rings

We can’t bring ‘em home, but we should be able to figure out what they’re made of

In the Pearl River Delta's electronics souks, AI lets the haggling happen

With three different forms of Chinese spoken across one mega-city, smartphone translation is essential asks for bailout amid dispute over who runs the site and collects ad dollars

Google and Facebook both have fact-check site on their fake-news-fighting teams

The Reg chats to Ordnance Survey's chief data wrangler

InterviewOn 20,000 changes a day, its public task and beautiful, beautiful maps

Firefox doesn't need to be No 1 – and that's OK, 'cos it's falling off a cliff

Open Source InsiderMozilla runs counter to Valley narrative

Maps to the storage stars: Who'll make it big in next 10 years?

OpinionThe newbies, the comeback kids and the maturing players

Microsoft ctrl-Zs 'killing' Paint, by which we mean offering naff app through Windows Store

It was El Reg wot won it?

Science sugar daddy extends data-sharing policy to software

Wellcome Trust wants boffins to share

House fire, walk with me: Kodipocalypse now includes conflagration

Streaming hardware fails UK safety standards

Quad goals: Western Digital clambers aboard the 4bits/cell wagon

The bit number explosion gets bigger still

IBM's X-Force to slip digits into IoT networks and connected cars

Pen-testing service delivered alongside Watson IoT platform

Devs shun smartwatch work, gaze longingly at web-only apps again

According to this 'ere poll, anyway

Southern awarded yet another 'most moaned about rail firm' gong

If you want good trains, go to Hull

Bone-up on machine learning and AI and enjoy your hols

Waste money in the airport, or save money with us...your choice

Data analytics startup Iguazio reaps $33m in second funding round

Israeli newcomer has so far raised $48m

Creepy tech tycoons Zuck and Musk clash over AI doomsday

Stop saying it’s scary, Elon, pleads Zuck. You’re an idiot, replies Musk

Crappy hacker crew fingered for Bundestag snooping operation

CopyKittens persistent but easy to find, monitor and counter

Taxi app investor SoftBank said to be driving at multibillion-dollar stake in Uber

Japanese firm wants to tighten grip on Asian ride-share market

ALIS in Blunderland: Lockheed says F-35 Block 3F software to be done by year's end

... which is absolutely not what US gov audit-type folk expect

Commvault shifts slowly uphill as it gears into hyperconverged drive

Takes small loss as it vows to deliver the goods later this fiscal year

Hey, hipsters. Amazon has 'space' for 450 new R&D roles in Shoreditch

Mass recruitment

Adobe will kill Flash by 2020: No more updates, support, tears, pain...

Buggy multimedia nightmare won't see President Zuckerberg's inauguration

Intel loves the maker community so much it just axed its Arduino, Curie hardware. Ouch

Translation: It's all yours, ARM. Take it away

Luczo's so-so luck: Seagate switches CEOs, sales fall, 600 jobs cut

'Technology shifts present demand variations for the storage industry'

Want to visit your loved one in jail? How about Skype instead?

Massachusetts jail to kill off in-person meetings for more profitable solution

HP Inc, HPE both slapped with racism, ageism lawsuit

IT titans hit by class-action sueballs, dragged toward court

Las Vegas locks down ahead of DEF CON hacking conference

DEF CONTrust the hookers, don’t trust the Wi-Fi

Amazing new algorithm makes fusion power slightly less incredibly inefficient

AnalysisCool, er, hot stuff but no breakthrough (yet)

For one night only: Net neutrality punch-up between Big Cable, Big Web this September

Move over, Mayweather and McGregor

Retailers would love an NBN backhaul tariff restructure

But it might be hard to persuade the government

AMD shocks the world by only losing $16m

Ryzen gets desktops back in the black

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