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Crumbs! Crunchyroll distributed malware for a couple of hours

Anime-streamer is fine again, and disinfection is easy

Facebook suggests mm-wave spectrum should be free in Australia

Hints at multi-gig wireless, which should get nbn™ - and government - feeling nervous

Jeff Bezos sells one million Amazon shares, makes one billion dollars

He'll probably burn it all up at high altitude ... in a rocket

Sprint, T-Mobile US's on-again off-again merger talks are now off

UpdatedNeither could figure out how to pull it off, but that hasn't stopped SoftBank from buying more of Sprint

Your future data-centre: servers immersed in box full of oil, in a field

OPENSTACK SYDNEYFrying a motherboard will stop being a bad thing if two European companies have their way

How we fooled Google's AI into thinking a 3D-printed turtle was a gun: MIT bods talk to El Reg

VideoAnd mistook a baseball for a Monday morning coffee

'Lambda and serverless is one of the worst forms of proprietary lock-in we've ever seen in the history of humanity'

InterviewCoreOS on AWS, Kubernetes, and more

Europe's one-patent-court-to-rule-them-all rocked by 'Brexit, EPO reforms, German laws'

May have to wait to 2019 or 2020 following court claims

Off-brand tablets look done, but big players are growing

And heeeere comes Amazon with its crazy low prices

Low latency in AFAs

SPONSOREDConsistent, stable and low

Boffins: Sun's red dwarf neighbour is looking a little thick around the middle

Proxima Centauri... more like Pulverea Centauri, amirite?*

ViaSat hops into bed with European Space Agency in €68m deal

Cash stuffed into ground network for nippy broadband

No humans allowed: How would a machine-centric data centre look?

This isn't a sci-fi premise, it'll influence how we segment our kit a few years down the line

Firefox bookmark saving add-on gives users that sync-ing feeling

XMarks the ... where are my bookmarks?

Guy Glitchy: Villagers torch Openreach effigy

Huh! More like 'won't reach'

Look out, Pepe: Martha Lane Fox has a plan

CompetitionWebsites, please wear our Badge of Virtue

ATM fees shake-up may push Britain towards cashless society

Cash machine use dwindling in face of contactless and mobile

Frowns all round as Smile and Co-op online banking goes down

'No branches, no phone lines... soon they'll have no customers'

Mellanox NICs Xilinx FPGA to save backplane slots and CPU cycles

And it's not just about bonkers Bitcoin mining rigs

Pixel-style display woes on your shiny new X? Perfectly normal, says Apple

Burn in. Weird colours. Welcome to Super Retina

Post-Brexit economy SAVED: Posh-nosh truffle thrives in Wales

Climate apocalypse, you say? Meh, at least we have truffles

Red Hatters intro Ceph 3: OpenStacked, object-stored, containertastic filer blockhead

So rested they by the iSCI tree... And filed awhile in thought

Broadcom confirms $103bn slurp offer for rival Qualcomm

They're super keen to get it done ASAP

Paradise Papers were not an inside job, says leaky offshore law firm

Appleby condemns 'criminal act' and 'politically driven' reporting

No, Samsung, you really do owe Apple $120m for patent infringement

US Supreme Court sends another appeal packing

Londoners: Ready to swap your GP for an NHS vid doc app?

Hello, hello? No I said a pain in my... Hello?

Superdome X gets pumped on Skylake to become Superdome Flex

HPE's big honking server and memory box

AMD, Intel hate Nvidia so much they're building a laptop chip to spite it

AnalysisJust months after Chipzilla trashed its new best friend as an 'unreliable supplier'

Google, Twitter gleefully spew Texas shooter fake news into netizens' eyes

Stop whining, says ad giant, we only promoted harmful nonsense for a short time

Seldom used 'i' mangled by baffling autocorrect bug in Apple's iOS 11

UpdatedYou're typing it wrong, duh

Silicon Valley giants tap escape on fight against web sex trafficking law

Google, Facebook and chums quietly signal they're OK with tweaked US proposals

Fat-fingered Level 3 techie reduces internet to level zero: Glitch knocks out connections

Celebrates CenturyLink gobble by blacking out

Official US govt Twitter accounts caught tweeting in Russian, now mysteriously axed

Uncle Sam loses control of social media accounts

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