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Judge goes easy on bloke on web brothel rap, citing work with LGBTQ community

Another slice of Brocade carved off: Mavenir buys packet core business

Only the smile remained

Trump-backed RAISE Act decoded: Points-based immigration, green cards slashed

Proposals shake up visas, rules for families seeking a better life

Developing world hits 98.7 per cent mobile phone adoption

200 million more to come online in 2017 as 30 million ditch the landline

Microsoft: We beat Google, AWS to cloudy GPU VMs in Blighty

Now you can shave a few milliseconds from real-time apps and, er, batch processing

Sun's core in a real spin, but you wouldn't know just by looking at it

Gravity waves reveal our star rotates four times faster on the inside than the outside

Are you a clean freak? Are you a keen geek? Do you think space is neat?

If you said yes, you may be in luck: NASA needs a Planetary Protection Officer

Wait. What? The IBM cloud's APIs use insecure TLS1 crypto?

It's got an end-of-life date, though – next Tuesday

Canadian ISPs do not Canuck around: Bloke accused of piracy grilled in his home for hours

And not by the cops – but by pushy company reps

Citrix's new CEO says no new vision needed, just new spreadsheets

Q2 numbers beat the street, but the transition to SaaS-y cash flows will be tricky

Why do you cry when chopping onions? No, it's not crippling anxiety, it's this weird chemical

Boffins crack ultimate riddle of stinging agent formation

Symantec offloads its certs and web security biz to DigiCert

Reports solid Q1 and makes spats with Google and Mozilla someone else's problem

Ofcom: Blighty has devolved into a nation of unwashed binge-streaming mole people

Folk neglecting work, chores, family to catch up on Thrones

Coming soon to a Parliament near you – UK's Data Protection Bill

First reading to be squeezed into short September term

Flash fryers have burger problems: You can't keep adding layers

Backgrounder... and shrinking cells. So, how about a double string-stacked 64-layer 3D with cheese?

Off-messenger: Chinese chatbot ain't no commie

IM app QQ 'adjusting' bots that revealed unpatriotic sentiments

Gartner mystics name Rubrik Miss Data Centre Backup 2017

That's gotta sting, huh, HPE?

Network and IT investment spanks Three's bottom line

No decision yet on challenging Ofcom's spectrum cap

Microsoft breaks Office 365 sign-in pages ahead of surprise update

Opt-in at your own risk

WannaCrypt victims paid out over $140k in Bitcoin to get files unscrambled

Cash thought to have 'gone through a mixer'

Capita's smart meter monopoly is owed £42m by industry

Deferred revenues up sharply at the Data Communications Company

Trump as US president (in Sharknado 3)? Oh Hell No!

The Donald missed out on cameo in crap film franchise to run for White House – reports

3D Robotics open-sources its Solo drone control software

Let your children run wild and free

Data viz biz Tableau's revenues up, plans to boost sales headcount

Subscription licensing, yay! 'Inertia' displacing legacy deployments, boo!

Largest ever losses fail to dent Tesla's bulging order book

450k folk want a Model 3 – and record revenues won't hurt

Delphix dishes out Dynamic Data Platform with masking

AnalysisVirtualises structured data for copies and cloud migration

Toshiba invests $1.76bn in flash fab production line, WD kinda peeved

Star-crossed lovers secretly kicking each other to death

WannaCry kill-switch hero Marcus Hutchins collared by FBI on way home from DEF CON

UpdatedChap who stopped malware spread cuffed in Vegas

Programmer's < fumble jeopardizes thousands of medical reports

Oh Danny boy, the typos, the typos are galling

Linux kernel hardeners Grsecurity sue open source's Bruce Perens

UpdatedOur customer contract doesn't violate GPLv2, biz insists in defamation lawsuit

WannaCry-slayer Marcus Hutchins 'built Kronos banking trojan' – FBI

Shock as Brit cuffed in Vegas – now he's accused of developing account-draining nasty

Internet's backroom boffins' big brainwave: Put people first in future

IETF draft hopes to balance netizens' needs and corporate interests in future standards

She's back! Jessica Rosenworcel returns to FCC as America's net neutrality row heats up

Comms watchdog back up to full strength

Hacked Chrome web dev plugin maker: How those phishers tricked me

I'm a bloody idiot, says programmer after failing to turn on two-factor authentication

Russian admits being Ebury botnet herder, now jailed for 46 months

Malware used to take down Linux Foundation and make millions

VCs to Trump: Don't lock out our meal tickets! Save startup visas!

Tech's rich aunts and uncles beg the President not to ditch Entrepreneur Rule

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