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Oracle 'systematically denies' its sales reps their commissions, forces them to work to pay off 'debts', court told

Wage rows in limbo as IT giant drags heels over arbitration

Dude who claimed he invented email is told by judge: It's safe to say you didn't invent email

Libel lawsuit bounces

Google puts the last coat of polish on Chrome 61

WebUSB, WebShare, JavaScript Modules and more due any day now

Microsoft won't patch Edge browser content security bypass

Tells Cisco's Talos it's a feature, not a bug. Apple and Google disagree and fixed it

You are the one per cent if you read Firefox's privacy spiels

So Mozilla's going to give them their very own Tab, perhaps ahead of opt-out slurping

EC puts Qualcomm-NXP investigation on hold, slowing merger approval

Please pass the paperwork

Dolphins inspire ultrasonic attacks that pwn smartphones, cars and digital assistants

Flipper heck!

Facebook ran $100k of deliberately divisive Russian ads ahead of 2016 US election

Fake accounts bought nasty spots about guns and race

Close Encounters of the Kuiper Belt kind: New Horizons to come within just 3,500km of MU69

Probe skipped past Pluto by 12,500km, so this rock needs to prepare for its close-up

Secure microkernel in a KVM switch offers spy-grade app virtualization

CSIRO and Data61 have a way to get a few air-gapped apps on one screen

Smart cities? Tell it like it is, they're surveillance cities

OpinionLots of lovely data, less of lovely privacy

.UK domains left at risk of theft in Enom blunder

UpdatedRegistrar finally plugs web address hijacking vulnerability

Intel's €1bn EU antitrust appeal: What the heck is the AEC test?

AnalysisAnd what does this mean for competition case law?

We don't need another hero: Huawei overtakes Apple – even without a big-hitter

All we want is life beyond the iPhoneDome… launches 'co-ordination hub' for driverless car industry

But experts reckon Blighty's still in the slow lane

HPE waves bye-bye to 36 years of executive experience

ExclusiveSays hi to the Next global sales chief in radical biz overhaul

Heard the one about the two landmark EU data rights' rulings? These countries haven't

Their data slurp laws don’t comply with human rights – watchdog

Scottish pensioners rage at Virgin cabinet blocking their view

Who needs sunlight when you've got Netflix?

Achtung! German election tabulation software 'insecure'

White-hats warn voteware kaput weeks ahead of Bundestag poll

Pack up, go home to your family: Google Drive is flipping out

UpdatedThousands unable to load app or access and sync files

Microsoft slings bulked-up Windows Defender preview at world+dog

Security tool slated for Creators Update promises to rat on misbehaving apps, bad staff

Top tip, hacker newbs: Don't use the same Skype ID for IoT bot herding and job ads

UpdatedOpsec, not just for Christmas

Amazon crowd-sources new HQ location, Bezos tells mayors to woo him

Hey Jeff, do you know the way to San Jose? Or, er, Austin?

Wonder why Congress doesn't clamp down on its gung-ho spies? Well, wonder no more

AnalysisNo, it's not because they have Trump-pee-tapes

SpaceX sneaks in X-37B space plane launch ahead of Hurricane Irma

VideoAir Force picks Florida as new center for mini-shuttle

Google rushes to curb Oreo's massive appetite for your 4G mobile data

Android 8.0 bug runs internet traffic over LTE rather than Wi-Fi

Stand up who HASN'T been hit in the Equifax mega-hack – whoa, whoa, sit down everyone

Vid143m in US, unknown number in UK, Canada – gulp!

Oracle throws weight behind draft US law to curtail web sexploitation

Grow up, dweebs – this won't break the internet, says Big Red

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