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Judge bins sueball lobbed at Malwarebytes by rival antivirus maker for torpedoing its tool

Litigious security biz upset at blanket PC ban

The NAKED truth: Why flashing us your nude pics is a good idea – by Facebook's safety boss

PollWe can explain, insists multibillion-dollar social network

'Sticky runway' closes Canadian airport

Don't laugh: Goose Bay strip is where an A380 landed after its engine blew up in September

Samsung shows off Linux desktops on Galaxy smartmobes

VideoUbuntu – all of it – running Eclipse on a phone, and a DeX dock

Hey, Nvidia – who loves you, and who do you love? A. Cloud giants

Cryptocurrency mining is another story, though

Qualcomm touts deal with Chinese giants to really consider using $12bn of its chips

Non-binding 'memorandum of understanding' inked with four smartphone builders

Inmarsat aircraft Wi-Fi lift off set to fill coffers

Pre-tax profit dipped a few percentage points, though

Harry Potter to get the Pokémon GO treatment

Can expelliarmus get your kid to put down their phone? You'll need to know soon

User asked help desk to debug a Post-it Note that survived a reboot

On-CallIt had an error code on it and was on a monitor, which made it an IT problem

System Center's first semi-annual release debuts

Try Redmond's upgrade treadmill in Tech Preview to see if you can hack the pace

Metal 3D printing at 100 times the speed and a twentieth of the cost

CommentIf the Desktop Metal can pull this off, a revolution is coming

NASA shoots for 200Mbps networks on swarming satellites

Saturday launch will hoist super-manoeuvrable CubeSats that find each other in space

UK.gov: IT contracts should be no more than 7 years. (Not 18, Fujitsu)

Let's see how that works out

ZX Spectrum Vega firm's lawyers targeted by empty-handed backers

Where's the money coming from to fund these sueballs, angry folk ask watchdog

The day I almost pinned my tushie as a Google Maps landmark

Something for the Weekend, Sir?My blue jean contents are disruptive

History shows why geeks will never, ever, ever... get along

Register LectureSchismogenesis? Isn’t that a posh word for Flame War?

Android at 10: How Google won the smartphone wars

Part OneIt's like Windows at 20. But slurpier

BOFH: But soft, what light through yonder window breaks?

Episode 15It is the eeeeeeeeeeee-ARRRRRRRGGGGHHHH

Automatic for the people: Telcos forced to pay for giving you crap services

BT, TalkTalk engineer a no-show? ... £25 for you

Uber loses appeal against UK employment rights for workers

Tribunal upholds minimum wage, paid rest break luxury for minions

WikiLeaks drama alert: CIA forged digital certs imitating Kaspersky Lab

Vault 8 release says spooks used disguise to siphon off data

UK Home Sec thinks a Minority Report-style AI will prevent people posting bad things

CommentCalling all precogs!

Firefox 57: Good news? It's nippy. Bad news? It'll also trash your add-ons

Open Source InsiderUnless you're lucky and there's already a WebExtensions equivalent

Capita forced to pay out £66m to investors over Connaught fund farce

Watchdog finds outsourcer's oversight severely lacking

Whomp. Intel's promised fatter Optane drive arrives

Offers advice on getting better Optane benchmark boosts

Sean Parker: I helped destroy humanity with Facebook

Sorry isn't enough, Sean

Equifax Q3 results: Not as bad as you might have hoped – hack only cost biz about $87m

Sales up, profits not so much

Computing in schools improved, but still needs major patching – report

This programme is not fully supported, please contact your national administration

Greenhouse gas-sniffing satellite to be built and tested in Britain

By a multinational... But, er, RULE BRITANNIA!

HPE gets carried array with HPC: Partners up with DDN

+CommentHigh-performance servers get data-pumping storage arrays

Word on the Rimini Street: Software support firm smiles through Oracle pain

Q3 sales up, global footprint enlarged post NASDAQ listing

Quantum CEO exits as scale-out storage rescue fails

Tape, DXi and SOS all trend down as SW-defined cloud-native star rises

Microsoft president says the world needs a digital Geneva Convention

Mr Smith goes to Switzerland

How did someone hijack your Gmail? Phishing, keylogger or password reuse, we're guessing

If you run a website with user accounts, take a look at this research, ta

Brace yourselves, fanboys. Winter is coming. And the iPhone X can't handle the cold

Speaking of white scenes, Apple's diversity is still grim

You wanted robo-butlers. Instead, you're getting robo-BOFHs

InterviewMachine-learning tech tries to figure out when your servers are about to fail

Parity's $280m Ethereum wallet freeze was no accident: It was a hack, claims angry upstart

And we have evidence to prove it, says biz stiffed out of $1m

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