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Revealed: The naughty tricks used by web ads to bypass blockers

AnalysisA behind-the-scenes look at the cat and mouse game played by publishers and devs

QEMU qontemplates qleanup of old qode

Open source hypervisor's devs say qoding around legacy features qomplicates quality

'Adversarial DNA' breeds buffer overflow bugs in PCs

Boffins had to break gene-reading software but were able to remotely exploit a computer

Official: Windows for Workstations returns in Fall Creators Update

Microsoft scales Windows 10 to support four CPUs, 6TB of RAM, ReFS and RDMA

StarCraft. Intel's 100 robo-rides. Nvidia's license to print money. Your Friday AI roundup

Like a boozy fry-up. Or maybe not. Maybe we have too much booze on the brain

Alien 'lava lamp' with dying magnetic field orbited Earth a billion years ago – science

Ancient Moon rocks vital clue in space dynamo study

Hell desk to user: 'I know you're wrong. I wrote the software. And the protocol it runs on'

On-CallGopher user dug themselves a deep, deep hole

On the interactive web conference, nobody will hear you are a dog

Cisco's WebEx to gain sound-screening powers so you clam up at noisy moments

Array-pusher Infinidat boasts of sales hike, says it has petabyte-pushin pay pals

+CommentMarketing trumpets sounding off cloud fave Amazon comes under fire for tax bill

AnalysisMargaret Hodge calls for boycott. So where does that leave Whitehall?

South London: Rats! The rodents have killed the internet

Murine mouths mangle broadband - outage hits Gnaw-wood...

Just kiss and make up already! Toshiba CEO strikes conciliatory note with chip partners WDC

Translated spiel reveals less spiky relationship

Data archiver striver Mimecast reports revenues rise of 40%

Tackling cloud and ransomware takes firm to a happy place

Ukrainian man, 51, cuffed on suspicion of distributing NotPetya

Sergey Neverov accused of posting Petya-A tutorial + ransomware links

What's your point, caller? Oracle fiddles with major database release cycle numbers

AnalysisSay goodbye to, and hello to 18

Good Lord: Former UK spy boss backs crypto

'Counter-terrorism not the only national security threat we face'

At last! Vivaldi lets you kill looping GIFs


World's largest private submarine in mystery sink accident

Captain rescued but questions remain over passenger's whereabouts

HMS Queen Lizzie impugned by cheeky Scot's drone landing

Local photographer took pics of 'ghost ship' deck, then flew off unchallenged

Where's the bloody flare gun? Cast adrift on a swirling gyre of storage

I'm sending out an SAS

Tech billionaire Khosla loses battle over public beach again – and still grants no access

Law slowly shutting down Sun cofounder's legal campaign

Alibaba: We're no haven for pirates – we'll yank fake goods from our web bazaars within 24 hours

China's Amazon steps up efforts after stinging criticism

Real talk: Machine learning is not there yet. Some assembly required

So you wanna get into AI? Get ready for a lot of handholding and coddling

Infosec eggheads rig USB desk lamp to leak passwords via Bluetooth

Malicious gadgets can snoop on keypresses, other data, through ports, it is claimed

Google and its terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week in full

CommentDiscriminatory highlights from hell

Firmware update blunder bricks hundreds of home 'smart' locks

Automatic over-the-air upgrade will knacker front-door gear for at least five days

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