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FBI's spyware-laden video claims another scalp: Alleged sextortionist charged

Fed's NIT punches through Tor anonymity shield

Windows Subsystem for Linux is coming to Windows Server

CMD, PowerShell and Bash. Three command line interfaces should be enough for anyone?

IBM CIO leaves for AWS – and Big Blue flings sueball to stop him

Filing reveals IBM knows its current cloud is weak, intends to match AWS on price next year

Big Switch, HPE, in 'You complete me. No, you complete me' tryst

Dell's still got more network OS options, but as anyone who remembers NetWare vs. NT can tell you, a NOS war is fun

If we're in a simulation, someone hit it with a hammer, please: Milky Way spews up to 100 MEELLLION black holes

Bug in the Matrix or boon for grav wave hunters – you decide

Your top five dreadful people the Google manifesto has pulled out of the woodwork

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70% of Windows 10 users are totally happy with our big telemetry slurp, beams Microsoft

Alternatively: 30% have found the option to switch it off

Intel Pumageddon: Broadband chip bug haunts Chipzilla's past, present and future

You can trivially DoS Puma 5 and 7-powered boxes, too

Major Oracle E-business suite upgrade coming in 2019. Or maybe 2020

If you can't wait, Big Red says its new SaaS apps will behave just like software modules

New Amiga to go on sale in late 2017

Apollo Accelerators to let FPGA-powered 'Vampire V4' see the light of day

Kaminario's K2 array flasher now comes with added .N

Which is to say support for NVMe over fabrics and virtual private arrays

Corporate criminal tax offences likely to further increase HMRC's use of dawn raids, says expert

Good morning

No, Apple. A 4G Watch is a really bad idea

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Jocks' USO block shock: BT's 10Mbps proposals risk 'rural monopoly'

Scottish ministers fear 'hugely negative outcome'

Samsung drops 128TB SSD and kinetic-type flash drive bombshells

Sammy goes large... very, very large

Microsoft's Surface Pro 2017, unhinged: Luxury fondleslab that's good...

Review... as in Veblen Good

Manchester firm shut down for pretending to be Google

Biz charged £250 a pop for free Google My Business service

Data viz biz Tableau forks out for natural language startup

Are you saying I have a big ask?

DXC Franken-firm 'on track' to slash $1bn with deeper 'synergies' ahead

Meaning redundancies, cutting travel budgets and shedding 1.2 million square feet

Brits look at Google and Facebook every 210 seconds, says survey

Go on, count them. Bet you can't resist now we've said that

UK mobe network Three launches legal challenge over spectrum auction

Here we go

Er, Ofcom, please tell us more about Murdoch's £11.7bn Sky bid

UK's Department of Fun seeks clarification due to heightened public interest

Mellanox SoCs it to NVMe over Fabrics with BlueField platform

The JBOF made easier

SAP cleans up more than a dozen troubling CRM security blunders

19 vulnerabilities squished this month – get patching

It's August 2017 and your Android gear can be pwned by, oh look, just patch the things

Google addresses dozens of security flaws in mobile platform

Favored Swift plans to settle down next year: ABI stability incoming

Version 5 due 2018, future proposed changes must come with working code attached

US border cops must get warrants to search phones, devices – EFF

Privacy warriors' legal battle to play out before appeals court

Uber bros kill car leasing program after losing nine grand per vehicle

Money-pit taxi app maker can't even rent out rides without burning bags of bucks

US court system bug opened hole for hackers to scoop up legal docs for free on victims' dime

It's 2017 and cross-site forgery vulnerabilities are still a thing

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