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Microsoft rolls out red carpet to hybrid Azure SQL databases

Redmond pitches tools for cloud byte-silo moves

Hyperconverged infrastructure gets a Hyperbenchmark

VMware, Nutanix and even Oracle played nice to cook up TPCx-HCI

VMware open sources VR overlay for vSphere

VIDEOSvMotion becomes vThrowing in scenes resembling 1997's Unicenter TNG from CA

Woeful NBN services attract ACCC's attention

Mulls rewrite to wholesale service standards to give punters some leverage

Subscription disappointments keep FireEye in the red

At least the company found and cuffed an internal hacker

Tesla hits Model 3 production speed bumps, slides to loss

Manufacturing system software needed a re-write after integrator 'dropped the ball'

39 episodes of 'CSI' used to build AI's natural language model

The show's predictability makes it the ideal robo-cop training tool

IBM kills Bluemix, a year after killing SoftLayer

LogowatchIt's all just 'IBM cloud' now. But IBM's actual new cloud is still months off

Atto, boy! Eggheads fire laser for 43 attoseconds, fastest Man-made spurt

Not as fast as your first time, though, let's be honest

Osama Bin Laden had copy of Resident Evil, smut, in compound

CIA server goes down after release of docs from Abbottabad, reveals Osama liked BBC wildlife docos

Cupboard of matrices looking a little... sparse? Have this delicious Taco

Compsci boffins' open-source tool could massively speed up AI development

SCO vs. IBM case over who owns Linux comes back to life. Again

SCO wins a round: Court of Appeal sends one aspect of case back to lower court

Hardware has never been better, but it isn't a licence for code bloat

Have as many lines as you want, just make it efficient

Lenovo buys majority stake in Fujitsu's sickly PC biz

Not so super-committed to computers now then...

Flagging outsourcing biz and sports rights weigh down BT profits by 4%

Consumer-facing bit good, enterprise... not so much

Wheels are literally falling off the MoD thanks to lack of cash

Safety regulator gives head office the whole nine yards

HTC U11: U-hoo. Look over here! Two new phones! We're Not Actually Dead

Hands OnGoogle's new best buddy will revive Android One

Black Horse Down: Lloyds Banking Group goes TITSUP*

Lloyds lost, Halif*xed, and Bank of Scotland scotched

Fitbit health alert: You appear to be bleeding

Sales fall, losses grow, but watch looks OK

Virgin's Project Lightning's very, very frightening: ISP will not hit connection target

That's 376,000 down, 424,000 to go before the year is out

TalkTalk glitch causing mobiles and landlines to go off at the same time

Yet more problems for the firm's long-suffering customers

Landlubber northern council shores up against boat-tipping

Ahoy there, m'ducky. Chart a course t'Doncaster

Hackers tiptoe out, launch Silence trojan, quietly raid banks of meeelllions

They're exploiting already infected bodies, say researchers

KFC turns Japanese bath tubs into party buckets

Now we can all toss in the Colonel's secret herbs and spices

Mangstor drapes itself in NVMe fabric and 'presto, change-o', brand new name-o

Arrays in a manger? Mmm. Who knows what EXTEN Tech'll get up to...

Data dealer slapped with £80k fine after flogging info for nuisance calls

First casualty in ICO's data-broking investigation

IBM FlashSystem chief architect Andy Walls is a two-pools kind of guy

AnalysisInfiniBand, NVMe or Fibre Channel access? All three actually

US says it's identified six Russian officials as DNC hack suspects

Prosecutors 'could bring a case next year'

Picture this if you will: Facebook trousers $77,794. Every. Minute.

So sorry <kerching> about the Russians <kerching> and ISIS

Oh, Google. You really are spoiling us: Docs block cockup chalks up yet another apology

No humans were reading your stuff, just to be clear

Tesla share crash amid Republican bid to kill off electric car tax break

Didn't help that the automaker's financial results also sucked

Giza geezers' muon-geyser visor reveals Great Pyramid's hidden void surpriser

Pharaoh-nominal science breakthrough

ICANN gives domain souks permission to tell it the answer to Whois privacy law debacle

Also known as the We Haven't Got a Clue defense

Qualcomm sues Apple for allegedly blabbing smartphone chip secrets in emails CC'd to Intel

Plus: iGiant announces bumper quarter of sales

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