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Another W3C API exposing users to browser snitching

Web Payments API bugs, or perhaps features, can be abused: Lukasz Olejnik

Mattel's Internet-of-kiddies'-Things Aristotle canned before release

Philosopher, stoned

In current affairs news: Teen boffin with lots of potential crafts electric honeycombs out of oil

He'd teach you about ions and mysterious structures but he'd have to charge

After seven-hour operation, the ISS has a new 'hand'

Get a grip, it's just another spacewalk

Google Assistant clears its throat, very weird 'machine IQ' tests, new AMD chip – plus more

AI RoundupDeepMind reminded neural net dev work is expensive

10 years on, Amazon CTO reflects on DynamoDB launch

Vogels recounts how Dynamo paper became AWS NoSQL giant

Avast urges devs to secure toolchains after hacked build box led to CCleaner disaster

VB2017Timeline of compromise goes back to April

Support team discovers 'official' vendor paper doesn't rob you blind

On-CallSticky tape refocused robotic tape library's lazy-eyed laser

Amazon, Azure, Google will eat all the IT. Google, let us be your cake fork, pleads Nutanix

Analysis3 IT giants - just 1 on-prem/hybrid stack partner opening...

Hipster disruptor? Never trust a well-groomed caveman with your clams

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Back to the primitive! F*** all your politics!

Blade Runner 2049: Back to the Future – the movies that showed us what's to come

Robocop? Star Trek? What's your favourite vision?

AMD comes out swinging, says: We're the Buster Douglas of the tech industry!

Canalys Channels ForumNo you are not. You've been lucky MORE than once

He's no good for you! Ofcom wants to give folk powers to dump subpar broadband contracts

It's not you, it's m- ... No, wait, it's totally you

Royal Bank of Scotland customers say digital services gone TITSUP

UpdatedTotal inability to support usual payments

Blade Runner 2049 review: Scott's vision versus Villeneuve's skill

No spoilersLet me tell you about my mother

Online criminal records checks to take a punt on troubled Verify system

You know that even HMRC ditched this, right?

How much for that Belkin cable? Margin of 1,992%?

Brexploitation: Buyers' horror stories that followed the vote

Woah, backup a mo. You mean Veeam now has 4,000 NetApp resellers flinging its software?

Boost for data protection bods

Fresh strike action ballot planned at Fujitsu over pay, pensions, job cuts

Brothers at Unite have seen little progress since last demos

Vexata's zippy storage array architecture poses vexatious questions

AnalysisStartup lugs $54m war chest on mission to switch up the industry

Leicestershire teen admits attempting to hack director of the CIA

Faces sentencing in December

BT fined £25,000 over second unsafe London roadworks this year

Pre-Openreach split badness lands biz with five-figure fine

Amazon beams: We're best cloud buds with General Electric

Hey, but aren't you forgetting *cough* Azure? *cough*

Russia, America dig into tug-of-war over Bitcoin laundering suspect

We want him! No, he's ours! Shut up!

FBI iPhone hack lost forever, White House mobe compromised, SSH – and plenty more

RoundupPlus: How SEC's IT staff begged for more cash

Is that a bulge in your pocket or... do you have an iPhone 8+? Apple's batteries look swell

I fear big batts and I cannot lie. Y'all better duck and dive...

Microsoft silently fixes security holes in Windows 10 – dumps Win 7, 8 out in the cold

Versions in use by millions lag behind latest OS, leaving systems vulnerable to attack

What shocked Verizon more: The Yahoo! mega-hack or that it runs AIM (for not much longer)?

AOL's instant chat app axed in time for Christmas

Let's go live now to Magic Leap and... Ah, still making millions from made-up tech

Comment'Augmented-reality' upstart is back with another vid

It's 4PM on Friday, almost time to log off and, oh look, Disqus says it's been hacked

Put down the pint, a top news commenting app just got pwned

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