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Ride-share upstart 'Fasten' revealed as Hive of insecurity

Like Uber but for leaking personal data: a million customer records left on unsecured Hadoop

Teensy weensy space shuttle flies and lands

'Dream Chaser' is signed up for ISS re-supply six missions

ARM emulator in a VM? Yup, done. Ready to roll, no config required

Also does MIPS, PowerPC, Sparc, and AARCH64

Stop your moaning, says maker of buggy Bluetooth sex toy

Companion app recorded audio you while you - ahem - played, but it never left your phone

Los Alamos National Lab fires up 750-node RPi cluster

It's an exercise in learning to cluster, and could soon scale to 10,000 nodes

Qumulo goes all-flash and replicates to AWS

Scale-out on-premises filer can burst processing to Amazon

Openreach fibre plan for 10m premises coming 'before Christmas'

Chair says he needs to kill copper network, maybe build 5G backhaul too

Munich council: To hell with Linux, we're going full Windows in 2020

Never go full Windows

Back up bod Druva paddles even further up the Amazon

+CommentOffering cloud-to-cloud backup and data intelligence

Augmented reality: Like it or not, only Apple's ready for the data-vomit gush

It's all about AR... and iPhone has the X factor

Bristol AI chip designer bags $50m from Valley VC

GraphCore blimey

Shiver me timbers! 67cm Playmobil pirate ship sets sail for Caribbean

Scottish vessel gets a refit by team that restored Cutty Sark

Audio spy Alexa now has a little pal called Dox

UpdatedYou keep using that word, dox. It means more than you think it means...

Mm, sacrilicious: Greggs advent calendar features sausage roll in a manger

Pie love thee, Lord Jesus

Rackspace, HPE pitch pay-as-you-go private cloud

OpenStack to power first version of scalable clouds, Azure and VMware to follow

What will £450k buy you? A new CEO at Softcat

Tech distie veteran Graeme Watt set for April Fool's Day start

SciNet supercomputer's GPFS trick: We node what you did, burst buffer

Good news for Canadian HPC models

Silverlight extinguished while Angular wins fans among developers

What did ORM ever do to you that you just don't care anymore?

Qualcomm tells Broadcom: Pfffft! $103bn? You insult the very core of our cores

Biggest ever tech deal held up

Softbank gets Uber A-OK for $9bn investment cash splurge

And ex-CEO Kalanick will be praying it goes through

Brit cops slammed for failing to give answers on digital device data slurpage

How many devices? Wow, tricky question! Hard to say...

Productivity through tech, UK firms. More cyber, more cloud, more ERP!

Look at the Danish, chides biz body

It's 2017 and the UK's competition watchdog just got a data-tech team

Antitrust body tries to keep up with business in the digital age

Thousand-dollar iPhone X's Face ID wrecked by '$150 3D-printed mask'

Videol'd like to take his... his Face ID... off

You, Google. Get in here and explain all this personal data slurping – Missouri AG subpoena

'Someone has to stand up to these tech giants' declares VC Thiel-backed Hawley

Now, now, Qualcomm... Don't play hard to get, grins Broadcom

Once again, a rich powerful entity forgets that no means no

Dell EMC adds Skylake grunt to supercomputing workhorse server

New Tesla GPU sends single precision performance past 62 TFLOPS

AT&T, Verizon agree to hop into bed and thrust new erections over US

Duopoly guys do duopoly thing

Boffins on alert: Brace yourselves for huge gravitational wave coming within a decade

When supermassive black holes collide, we'll feel it

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