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Apple celebrates soaring iPad sales: Put it on my tab, says CEO Tim Cook

Get it? Put the drinks on my tab? Haha, ah. What a wild ride life is

'Would you like fries with that?' The cloud wants to know

If you fancy something more profitable, Oracle's cloudy cross-seller predicts your tastes

Apple, Google pull options trading apps after Australian regulator shows scams

'Earn up to 90% in less than an hour' apps binned, Apple vows they won't return

IBM adds Optane to its cloud, only as storage and without GPUs

UPDATEDOptane's $415/month and great as memory, says Big Blue, but we can't do that yet

'Invisible Man' malware runs keylogger on your Android banking apps

Top tip: Don't fetch and install dodgy Flash updates from random websites

Don't make Aug 21 a blind date: Beware crap solar eclipse specs

You'll be blinded by science, literally, if you put on fake glasses, boffins warn

Cancel your summer trip to nearby Proxima b. No chance of life, room service, say boffins

It's cold outside, there's no kind of atmosphere ... I'm all alone

Sorry, psycho bosses, it's not OK to keylog your employees

In Germany, at least, you're gonna have to get your jollies some other way

Browser trust test: Would you let Chrome block ads? Or Firefox share and encrypt files?

Mozilla spins share 'n' synch as Google spins its own virtues

Brit voucher biz's signup page blabbed families' details via URL tweak

Kids Pass tries to explain why it gave folks reporting the security hole the virtual middle finger

Sputtering bit-blasters! IBM's just claimed densest tape ever record

Yes, again. Sony – thank you for the tape you gave to me

Grab a fork! Unravelling the Internet of Things' standards spaghetti

'Just switch it on and watch it connect.' Yeah, right

Another day, another British Airways systems screwup causes chaos

Flying from London? Add a few hours on for good measure

In the red corner: Malware-breeding AI. And in the blue corner: The AI trying to stop it

FeatureBehind the scenes of infosec's cat-and-mouse game

NetApp channel chief Bill Lipsin leaves firm

No word where he's headed yet

The Telegraph has killed Prince Philip

Online anyway

Apple chief on Chinese VPN app ban: We always toe the line with other nations' laws

Situation is 'very different' to San Bernadino case

If you love your email standards, SMTP your feet: 35 years later

Granddaddy celebrates one score and 15 years of inbox-filling antics

PayPal splashes cash on biz that persuades folks to splash cash online

🎶 It's the circle of life 🎶

Speaking in Tech: The net neutrality hearing? I'm, uh, washing my hair

PodcastPlus, Black Hat, Meg quitting, Uber damage control, tech TV shows

Did eye just do that? Microsoft brings gaze tracking to Windows 10

Beta tech on Insider builds now

Post Office puts stamp on ISP minnow Fuel

Acquisition marks move away from snail mail to broadband

Primary Data gets fresh funding. Reg storage man expects a wave of acquisitions

+CommentData management. It's so hot right now. Data management

FCC: We could tell you our cybersecurity plan… but we'd have to kill you

Despite Pai on face, US federal regulator keeps digging DDoS BS hole

Cardiff did Nazi that coming: Hackers slap Trump, swastikas, Sharia law on e-sign

Wait, Wales has digital billboards now?

Chrome web dev plugin with 1m+ users hijacked, crams ads into browsers

Toolmaker phished, Google account pwned, malicious code pushed out – and now fixed

Thought your divorce was ugly? Bloke sues wife for wiretapping – 'cos she read his email

Suit seeks damages for alleged snooping during split-up

Uber drivers game Uber's system like Uber games the entire planet

App cabbies push back against controlling black-box computers

Big Internet balks at fresh effort to crack down on sex trafficking

Proposed US law to shore up key piece of online protection hits web opposition

Oracle's systems boss bails amid deafening silence over Solaris fate

No reason given for Fowler's exit, no new exec named and no sign of continuous delivery

Brisbane and TechnologyOne swap demands for AU$50 mn

Lawyers on both sides choosing their next luxury cars

This typosquatting attack on npm went undetected for 2 weeks

Lookalike npm packages grabbed stored credentials

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