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Daily Stormer binned by yet another registrar, due to business risks

easyDNS, which bills itself as 'the free speech registrar' won't register white supremacists

Virginia scraps poke-to-vote machines hackers destroyed at DefCon

Three different machines fail tests, must be binned before November election

Apache Foundation rebuffs allegation it allowed Equifax attack

Timeline explains that either Equifax didn't patch old bugs, or was zero-dayed

Everybody without Android Oreo vulnerable to overlay attack

'Toast' micro-messages can burn just about every Android users

Scientists, free software bods still worried about EU copyright proposals

An upload filter would break GitHub builds, warn FSFE, OpenForum Europe

RIP wireless laptop docks as Intel bins WiGig parts

Chipzilla thinks fast short-range wireless is good for VR, where desks are always tidy

Sci-Fi titan Jerry Pournelle passes,
aged 84

New Wave giant, journalist, essayist and Byte columnist now a mote in God's eye

42: The answer to life, the universe and how many Cisco products have Struts bugs

Borg starts appraising its exposure to Apache problem

The bigger the drone, the bigger the impact

Fast book delivery is a first world problem, but cargo-carriers might just slow down the growth of cities

Google to kill its Drive file locker in two confusing ways

Businesses to get 'File Stream', great unwashed get 'Backup and Sync'

Lord Sugar phubbed in peers' debate on 'digital understanding'

We trawled through 32 Lords debating so you don't have to

Gov claws back £645m in BT broadband from subsidy

What councils spend it on is another matter

Kubernetes envy? That's (ahem) virtual insanity for VMware

Where did you get Red Hat, where did you get that tile?

What's a storage burrito, you ask? Why all the newsy tidbits chopped, cooked and wrapped up

+CommentThis is not foil-bagged street food... It's a knife-fork-and-plater

The new, new Psion is getting near production. Here's what it looks like

World ExclusiveClamshell QWERTY has a few unique tricks

Massive iPhone X leak trashes Apple's 10th anniversary circus

Any point turning up? Not now

Maintel blames Avaya bankruptcy protection for sales hit

'Nervousness from customers is understandable'

44m UK consumers on Equifax's books. How many pwned? Blighty eagerly awaits spex on the breach

Speculation mounts as Equifax stays mum

UK Home Office finds £20m to throw at Oracle cloudy ERP

30,000 users, 2-year contract. What could go wrong? Nail-biting time

BlackBerry admits: We could do better at patching

Still the most secure Android? It won't get last year's update

Google will appeal €2.9bn EU fine

But has less than three weeks to comply with Brussels

Users shop cold-calling telco to ICO: 'She said she was from Openreach'

Dartford-based True Telecom fined £85,000

Capita still hasn't found what its looking for: A CEO

Current boss leaves this weekend, no perm replacement yet found

Geepers, Huawei: New AI-tastic G series servers to hold up 'intelligent cloud'

GPU-accelerated for AI and video analytics, Atlas cloud

FireEye pulls Equifax boasts as it tries to handle hack fallout

Now credit freezes may not even be secure

Rackspace sucks up Datapipe, swallows 29 data centres

Financial details undisclosed, but it's big, ya hear, says Rackspace

Developer swings DMCA sueball at foul-mouthed streamer PewDiePie

FireWatch creator sees red

Hi Amazon, Google, Apple we might tax you on revenue rather than profit – love, Europe

Ministers fed up with multinational tax avoidance

Esoptra pimps pluglets for thin file contents provisioning

Object storage founders unveil virtualised filer front end

Facebook fined €1.2m by Spain for… you'll never guess what

Yes, yes, privacy failings

Achievement unlocked: Tesla boosts batteries for Irma refugees

Then by September 16 those a few extra miles will go

Crackas With Attitude troll gets five years in prison for harassment

Embarrassing law enforcement comes at a heavy price

Totally uncool California bureaucrats shoot down drone weed delivery

Regulators harshing the buzz

Container adoption still low, barks Cloud Foundation

UpdatedLots of benefits, but can be time-consuming

Pains of giving birth to stars gives heft to elliptical galaxies

So, does my stellar nursery look big in this?

Rubrik to hit enterprise with double whammy

AnalysisMetadata platform combined with data definition

Microsoft fixing Windows 10 'stuttering' bugs in Creators Update

Insider build aims to address glitch spotted by gamers

Boffins fear we might be running out of ideas

Research just isn't as effective as it used to be

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