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Oracle promises ‘highly automated’ security in self-driving database

OpenWorld 2017Larry Ellison is keen on ‘Anything we can possibly do to reduce human intervention’

BYOD might be a hipster honeypot but it's rarely worth the extra hassle

Security, compatibility, control... we enter another world of pain

There's a way to dodge Fasthosts' up-to-160% domain renewal hike but you're not gonna like it

Buy now! Buy now! Buy now! Or commit to the firm for a decade

We went to Nadella's launch of Hit Refresh so you didn't have to

File under management bullsh$t, for now*

Brit prosecutors fling almost a million quid at anti-drone'n'phone ideas

Kill or capture, and get £50k for trying

UK lotto players quids in: Website knocked offline by DDoS attack

It could be you*

Linode cloud users in Europe hit as Frankfurt DC falls to its knees

Back up now, but packet loss ongoing

Grab a sweetie shovel and prep your insulin for our storage pick 'n mix

Storage roundupThe bonbon of backup, cola bottle of containers, foam teeth of flash

China cools on Apple's high-priced iBling

What now?

Ofcom head Sharon White slams 5G hold-up in spectrum auction

But sources say critique is 'politically expedient'

Pumpkin bumpkins battle, 800kg monstrosity wins

Orange you glad that growers beat showers?

Man with 74 convictions refused permission to fling sueball at Google

Injunction application nixed by Northern Irish High Court

Nobel Prize for boffins who figured out why you feel like crap after long-haul flights

It's the same for fruit flies

Six weeks later, drone biz DJI deploys control app 'flight mode'

Perhaps this will calm the American military?

Mainframes are hip now! Compuware fires its dev environment into cloud

But analysts say good luck convincing newcomers

Open World? More like closed world: Women sue Oracle for 'paying them less' than blokes

OpenWorldClass-action sueball alleges discrimination

Cost of Africa's internet shutdowns? $1m a day – quarter of a billion total

New report digs into economic damage caused by over-zealous governments

Dnsmasq and the seven flaws: Patch these nasty remote-control holes

Linux, Android, IoT, you name it, they'll need updates if you use this open-source tool

Java EE 8 takes final bow under Oracle's wing: Here's what's new

OpenWorldLong-delayed update adds support for modern web tech

Tech VCs sue Uncle Sam over President Trump's immigration chill

We can't throw money at nerds if they can't get here, wail Silicon Valley's sugar daddies

HPE coughed up source code for Pentagon's IT defenses to ... Russia

UpdatedFSB buddies pinky-swore to let ArcSight know of any flaws discovered

Smart burglar alarms: Look who just tossed their hat into the ring ... It's, er, Ring

Launch comes a week after Nest does the same

Roku tweaks Apple's nose with telly-friendly vid-streaming boxes

Broadcast TV gets a big bear hug in upgraded operating system and gizmo line

NetApp scraps first day of Insight conf talks at Mandalay Bay after terrorist guns down 58

Monday's events cancelled after music festival massacre

Thomas the Tank Engine lobotomised by fat (remote) controller

Australian mine train capable of hauling 236 carriages and 29,500 tonnes goes 100km without anyone aboard

Equifax couldn't find or patch vulnerable Struts implementations

Ex-CEO says company stayed silent about hack to stop crims piling on with more attacks

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