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Australian money cops gain powers to regulate cryptocurrency

Money laundering and terror finance laws will stretch to cover digi-dollars

New NIST draft embeds privacy into US govt security for the first time

Federal agency addresses the new world of Alexa, smart cameras and IoT

Where there's smoke there's a Galaxy Note: Refurbished Model 4 batteries recalled

Phablets sent to AT&T customers with batteries from FedEx are at risk

Lenovo expects data centre profits in two years, if it can fix China

For now the company is just happy with growth for the first time since buying IBM's servers

Who wants multiple virtual workstations on a GPU in a blade server?

NVIDIA reckons engineering types do, so it's cut a new GPU and software to carve it up

Linux-loving lecturer 'lost' email, was actually confused by Outlook

On-CallAnd had suits savage an utterly innocent sysadmin for his own ignorance

Infosys CEO quits, citing 'untenable atmosphere' created by critics

Former SAP man Vishal Sikka bails but will be interim CEO's boss

Software definer wants you to befriend the 'BFC', do a bit of 'reverse virtualization'

AnalysisWhat's that, TidalScale? The Big Friendly what?

UK.gov is hiring IT bods with skills in ... Windows Vista?!

And Server 2003. Yep, this is the year 2017 and we're not making this up

British Airways waves Bing dong: At least it's not a tech cockup

Wang wag's Croatian beach art highlighted... again

Why does the market care so much about Cisco's security biz?

AnalysisIn the land of decline, sustainable growth is king

Drive-thru drive-by at McDs after ice cream no-show, say cops

Man pulls out replica rifle after frosty treat disappointment

So, Nokia. What makes you think the world wants your phones?

InterviewHMD chiefs explain their cunning comeback plan

What weighs 800kg and runs Windows XP? How to buy an ATM for fun and profit

BSidesSecurity researchers pick up angle grinder, drop £2k-plus in B-sides chat

Last FalconStor CEO survived just six weeks before being replaced

+CommentNew CFO too as data protection firm refuses to give in

Atari shoots sueball at KitKat maker over use of 'Breakout' in ad

Gaming star strikes

Q: How many drones are we bombing ISIS with? A: That's secret, mmkay

But the MoD will happily tell you how many manned jets we're using to do that exact thing

So long and thanks for all the phish: Red teams need to be smarter now

BSidesPen-testers face new challenges as defences evolve

NetApp swallows Icelandic cloud management software biz

Greenqloud’s QStack becomes gets NetApp-ed

Oracle caves, promises to crack open Java EE as v8 crawls ever closer

Big Red seeks open-source foundation to host platform

Microsoft president exits US govt's digital advisory board as tech leaders quit over Trump

UpdatedPlus: Steve Bannon fired from White House

FTC wants AT&T to kick in $4bn to help balance US budget. Why? Some dodgy ads or something

Telco's TV biz accused of false advertising by trade watchdog

Berkeley boffins build better spear-phishing black-box bruiser

Machine learning and code to detect and alert attempts to extract passwords from staff

Sorry, but those huge walls of terms and conditions you never read are legally binding

And what finer company than Uber to make that clear

Wisconsin advances $3bn bribe incentives package for Foxconn

And only $230,000 a head out of the public purse!

No, the cops can't get a search warrant to just seize all devices in sight – US appeals court

Judges frown upon fishing for incriminating data on phones

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