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Google to kill Symantec certs in Chrome 66, due in early 2018

This is how trust ends, not with a bang but with a whimper

Confirmed: Oracle laid off 964 people from former Sun building

WARN notice lists 1,008 layoffs in total

Equifax backtracks arbitrate-don't-litigate plan for punters

It's also bought a random number generator for PINs

Atlassian kills God, rebrands as a mountain, a structurally unsound 'A' or a high five

LOGOWATCHSchlepping planets about is so old, teamwork is the new religion

Monkey selfie case settles for a quarter of future royalties

PETA and photog agree that 'Legal rights for nonhuman animals' remain unresolved

Another reason to hate Excel: its Macros can help pivot attacks

From Excel.Application to remote code execution. Lovely

VMware pushes NSX deeper into containers, security

Microsegmentation for microservices, plus automated key management for all those tiny, transient networks

Astroboffins map 845 galaxies in glorious 3D, maybe dark matter too

It's all gone potato-shaped for some galaxies already

Linus Torvalds' lifestyle tips for hackers: Be like me, work in a bathrobe, no showers before noon

Also be curious and constructive by working on Linux instead of breaking it

David Potter rejoins 'New New Psion' as Hon.Chairman

Invests in reborn PDA under the Gemini project

Bosch wants crowdsourced data for future connected cars

Veep tells us he wants 'very trustful relationship' with customers

Your boss asks you to run the 'cloud project': Ever-changing wish lists, packs of 'ideas'... and 1 deadline

Learn from 'Bob'. RUN! As fast as your £$% legs will take you

Western Digital and pals win Toshiba chip unit bid, claims report

CommentTosh and WDC still talking, say others... is the end in sight?

Five ways Apple can fix the iPhone, but won't

We've got a little listicle... of missing, must-have features

Goldman Sachs tips $38m into Nasuni's hat

+CommentWall St buys into startup's cloud storage gateway story

Vodafone's IoT boss packs bag, Sprints off to America

Ivo Rook heads to US telco, picks up Softbank advisory role

Oracle to shutter most Euro hardware support teams

ExclusiveBased in Romania? You are safe

ICO slaps cab app chaps for 10-day spam crap

Cambridge-based biz facing £45k fine for 700,000 marketing mailers

Servers sales are up. Nope, you read that right

But HPE, IBM, Cisco and Dell weren't the major beneficiaries... Chinese ODMs were

Mostly idle at work? Microsoft Azure has some bursty VMs it'd love to sell you

We're looking at you, accounting*

Uber v Waymo latest: Google spinoff refused access to Uber internal doc hunt details

Wall of silence remains, albeit with a couple of holes

Mobile industry begrudgingly accepts impacts of Apple, Google et al

Mobile World CongressBut holds out hope that self-driving cars, smart homes and VR can change that

D-Link router riddled with 0-day flaws

Updated'Basically, everything was pwned, from the Lan to the Wan'

Apple: Our stores are your 'town square' and a $1,000 iPhone is your 'future'

Steve Jobs Theater fittingly opens with cult-like showcasing of overpriced gear

Bluetooth bugs bedevil billions of devices

Baffling spec sinks security for short-range comms protocol

Chill out about net neutrality, says FCC head, because mobile phones are great

Mobile World CongressAll just part of a broader strategy

Bish, bosh, Bashware: Microsoft downplays research on WSL Win 10 'hack' threat

To be fair, it's a hard hack to pull off

It's September 2017, and .NET lets PDFs hijack your Windows PC

Look Microsoft, we'll stop these headlines when your stuff stops getting pwned

Apple's adoption of Qi signals the end of the wireless charging wars

Cupertino's choice just about wraps it up for the Airfuel Alliance

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