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KVM? Us? Amazon erases new hypervisor from AWS EC2 FAQ

We've fro-Xen page to preserve evidence of NVMe servers and Xen's stay of execution

Card shark Intel bets with discrete graphics chips, shuffles AMD's GPU boss into the deck

That's a busted flush of a headline

NASA reconfirms 2019 will see first launch of Space Launch System

VidIf nothing goes wrong with biggest rocket ever, which is only a little over budget

Quantum computers could crack Bitcoin, but fixes are available now

Shor, we need a new sig scheme

Intel's super-secret Management Engine firmware now glimpsed, fingered via USB

As creator of OS on the chips calls out Chipzilla

Brit moron tried buying a car bomb on dark web, posted it to his address. Now he's screwed

Wannabe terror teen found guilty, faces sentencing

Microsoft pals up with partners for threat-hunting

Bitdefender integration with Windows Defender ATP in preview; Lookout, Ziften soon

Evil pixels: Researcher demos data-theft over screen-share protocols

Users see white noise, attackers see whatever they just stole from you

Microsoft, Intel cook kit to secure firmware in servers and beyond

Because everything has firmware and it survives reboots. PLUS: Redmond details HPE-killing cloud servers

IBM's next turnaround tool is ... a new open-source font?

In with 'international and modern' typeface 'Plex', seeya later boring old Helvetica Neue

Google's software-defined network – and its significance – both just accelerated

The SDN industry – ahem – admires Google and will learn from this, to your benefit

Take Kubernetes, and bish bash bosh, you've got Container Runtime

Cloud Foundry project aims to make containers manageable

Openreach boss says he'd take a burning effigy on the chin

InterviewClive Selley admits BT could have done more to build a fibre network

New tech for Ops crew: Scanning containers for open-source vulns

Pushed out by newly acquired Black Duck

Who'd a thunk it? IBM has a hyperconverged play – feel the POWER

.NEXTBig Blue's mighty machine needs Nutanix software nuggets

OVH data centres go TITSUP: Power supply blunders blamed

UpdatedThanks, initial testing seems unduly problematic

Oh dear, DXC: Outsourcer loses two contracts

ExclusiveDepartment eXits Contracts: Biz falls prey to in-sourcing move

Vodafone signs deal with CityFibre to connect 5 million homes with full fibre

Project up to eight years with broadband minnow

Self-driving bus in crash just 2 hours after entering public service

Fear not, robots, it was a squishy meatsack to blame

Coinhive crypto-jacking increasingly pops up in top 3 million websites

Not even ordering pizza is safe from the browser crypto-mining scourge

NASA tells The Reg: For crying out loud. We're not building flying taxi software for Uber

One day, one news release and some coverage...

How do you like them Apples? Farewell sensible sized phones, forever

Plus outsells regular iPhone for the first time

Irish priests told to stop bashing bishops

Confidential helpline considered for distressed and lonely churchmen

Want to provision a new VM on Azure? Get in line

UK West and South regions suffering from capacity issues

Uni staffer's health info blabbed in email list snafu

University leaks personal data for 2nd time in 5 months

Jet packs are real – and inventor just broke world speed record in it

Easier than riding a bike, apparently

Dell EMC: Our mid-range arrays aren't dead. Now, join our loyalty scheme!

+CommentSC family goes flash, Unity gets dedupe

MongoDB update plugs security hole and sets sights on the enterprise

Co-founder Eliot Horowitz chats to El Reg about a decade in the NoSQL space

Activists launch legal challenge against NHS patient data-sharing deal

Handing over immigrants' info 'violates confidentiality'

It's splitsville for Panasas' blades: It's better for the metadata, kids

Analysis1 becomes 2: Director, storage blades must move apart... in order to grow

Squeezing in little Quake between builds? Not any more: Facebook Bucks up Java compile tool

Open-source offering faster, shorter bottlenecks

Alexa, please cause the cops to raid my home

Sour krauts after Amazon digital assistant throws wild midnight party – for itself

Boffins: We can identify you by your typing, and we're gonna sell the tech to biz, govt – yay!

Gee, thanks

US government seizes Texas gun mass murder to demand backdoors

Too early to talk gun control, not too early to bork iPhone security

Learn client-server C programming – with this free tutorial from the CIA

Available now via everyone's favorite publisher, WikiLeaks – Отличная работа, Джулиан!

Online outrage makes Logitech drop a brick: Now it will replace slain Harmony Link gizmos

And tries to explain 'class action lawsuit' forum censorship

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