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Azure Stack will need special sysadmins, says Microsoft

'Operator' to wrangle on-prem cloud, with paid course coming soon, natch

Russian malware scum post new rent-an-exploit

Unpatched browser, plug-in bugs targeted by and with 'Disdain' kit

When is a Barracuda not a Barracuda? When it's really AWS S3

Now you can replicate backups to Barracuda's actually-Amazonian cloud

Red Hat banishes Btrfs from RHEL

ZFS On Linux adds the proper crypto Google wants before considering Btfrs for Android

Strip club selfie bloke's accidental discharge gets him 6 years in clink

Club Lust bathroom shootup in, you guessed it, Florida

Love cloudy HPC? Microsoft does, slurps Cycle Computing

CPU-wrangler found fame on EC2, becomes Azure business

Batteries that don't burn at the drop of a Galaxy Note 7? We're listening

Zinc-air batteries are hard to charge: boffins think new catalysts can fix that

How to build your own DIY makeshift levitation machine at home

All you need is a 3D printer, ultrasonic transducers, an Arduino, patience...

Lenovo thought PC salesfolk could sell servers and was wrong by about $500m

'Over-integration' saw x86 business fail to launch

How are you feeling today? Don't tell us, save for it this handy emotion-detection code

Now computers can sense anger from more than furious button mashing

Xen fixes guest privilege escape and plenty more

Crashes, data leaks and foul corruption also fixed

Months after breach at the 'UnBank' Ffrees, customers complain: No one told us

Yet 'alternative' UK financial service has complied with law

Guess who's hiking their prices again? Come on, it's as easy as 123 Reg

Yeah, we used a variation of the headline before. And what?

Not another Linux desktop! Robots cross the Uncanny Valley

Machine Learning meets human response

Loss-making storage survivor Sphere 3D looking at 'strategic alternatives'

We think it probably doesn't involve listening to Sonic Youth

Och. Scottish Parliament under siege from brute-force cyber attack

Unidentified hackers attempt to bust open email accounts

She's arrived! HMS Queen Lizzie enters Portsmouth Naval Base

Pics65,000 tonnes and 4.5 acres of British sovereign territory – but is she worth it?

Web-enabled vibrator class action put to bed

The plaintiffs must be buzzing

Pssst, wanna know a secret? MongoDB has confidentially filed for IPO, reports suggest

Oracle-chaser expected to go public later this this year

Oh no, EE! More UK mobile customers face sluggish roaming abroad

How are we supposed to enjoy our holiday without streaming?

Toshiba must allow Western Digital access to joint-venture assets

Tear down the wall, Tosh, says Cali Court

HBO Game Of Thrones leak: Four 'techies' arrested in India

GoT suspects cuffed

Vaping ads flout EU rules, even if to promote healthier lifestyles

CommentWatchdog admits it's a legal minefield

Ubuntu sends trash to its desktop's desktop

Canonical takes transparent baby out of the corner

PayPal, accused of facilitating neo-Nazi rally, promises to deny hate groups service

Charlottesville events force biz to defend acceptable use policy

Samsung's bantam SSD makes WD's 'passport' drive look passé

Is that 2TB in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me?

The future of Python: Concurrency devoured, Node.js next on menu

AnalysisProgramming language keeps getting fatter amid awkward version 3 split

Nokia's comeback is on: The flagship 8 emerges

Hands OnHopes rest on stock, OZO Audio

Disgraced US Secret Service agent coughs to second Bitcoin heist

Fox, meet henhouse

Comp sci world shock: Bonn boffin proposes P≠NP proof, preps for prestige, plump prize

Potential math challenge solution greeted with skepticism

President Trump to his council of industry CEO buddies: You're fired!

UpdatedDon't worry, Donald – Dell-EMC-VMware-RSA still has your back

NotPetya ransomware attack cost us $300m – shipping giant Maersk

IT crippled so badly firm relied on WhatsApp

10 minutes of silence storms iTunes charts thanks to awful Apple UI

Blank audio a handy workaround to in-car annoyance

Cloudflare: We dumped Daily Stormer not because they're Nazis but because they said we love Nazis

Hey, hey, It's cool, Matt, 'they're Nazis' is reason enough

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