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Sexploitation gang thrown in clink for 171 years after 'hunting' kids online and luring them in front of webcams

Youngsters tricked into performing sex acts for pervs

AWS can now bill us if you read this far. This bit will cost us, too

Servers-by-the-second is now a thing, but you pay for the whole first minute!

What do you call an all-in-one PC that isn't? 'Upgradeable', says HP

Screens-on-a-stalk and replaceable HDD and RAM may not a revolution make

Oracle softly increments SPARC M7 to M8, then whispers: We'll still love you, Solaris, to 2034

And possibly beyond

Google India launches payment service that sends money as sound

'Tez' targets India, where cash is now a dirty word, will soon hit other emerging economies

Pirate Bay digs itself a new hole: Mining alt-coin in slurper browsers

Would you trade your CPU time and electricity bill for pirated content?

IBM packs 120TB into a carry-on bag, for snow-balling cloud uploads

Whither the rapid file transfer app Aspera that Big Blue acquired in 2014?

Google, Bing, Yahoo! data hoarding is like homeopathy. It doesn't work – new study claims

Boffins find search quality unaffected

Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 is hot, but not much more than the S8+

First fondleIt's stylish, but the stylus doesn't add a lot

European Commission proposes more powers for EU's infosec agency

Cross-border cybersecurity certification scheme planned

Why being 'boring' is a university AI spinout's route to success

DeepMind doesn't stoop, you still conquer

Programming in the Middle Ages: Docker makes a lovely pair of trousers

StobLest we forget

What's that, Equifax? Most people expect to be notified of a breach within hours?

Go on, you're the breach expert

Black screen of death after Win10 update? Microsoft blames HP

OEM factory images create 'incorrect registry keys'

BoJo, don't misuse stats then blurt disclaimers when you get rumbled

Norgrove was right: post-Brexit gross £350m a week? Nope

Ethereum will have transaction chops of Visa in 'a couple of years', founder claims

Starcraft on the blockchain? What a time to be alive

Google parks old pay-to-play auction in front of European Commission – reports

You want a remedy? Here's our remedy

Now EE's challenging UK regulator's mobile spectrum proposals

Joins Three in telling Ofcom: See you in court

Stack Overflow + Salary Calculator = your worth

In case you were wondering what Git, SQL and JS skills will get you, new online tool measures your value

DXC squeezes suppliers for extra margin, issues ultimatum

That is IT, stationery, toilet rolls, etc 'give us discounts' says outsourcing biz

Ofcom to crack down on telcos' handling of nuisance callers

Also wants to extend consumer protection to cover more broadband services

Sprint, T-Mobile US reignite mega-merger talks (again)

You want more competition, America? Here's another all-powerful telco monolith

Itching to stuff iOS 11 on your iPhone? You may want to hold off for a bit

Apps are gonna break. Plus of course, Apple always screws up the first iteration

Viacom exposes crown jewels to world+dog in AWS S3 bucket blunder

UpdatedPasswords, server schematics and encryption keys up for grabs in open file store

Uber Cali goes ballistic, calls online ads bogus: These million-dollar banners are something quite atrocious

UpdatedAdvertising firm sued by taxi app maker

Congress battles Silicon Valley over upcoming US sex trafficking law

Crunch hearing reveals wide gulf in views, evildoer is Backpage

Inept bloke who tried to sell military sat secrets to Russia gets 5 years

Bumbling fool not so much Jason Bourne as Johnny English

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