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Facebook notifications to reveal who saw dodgy Russian election ads

This may explain why you've craved Vlad Putin's borscht recipe since mid-2016

Devs working to stop Go math error bugging crypto software

Programming language makes some fuzzy big numbers

Samba needs two patches, unless you're happy for SMB servers to dance for evildoers

Big Linux distros have pushed their fixes, but let's not assume everything auto-patches, OK?

To fix Intel's firmware fiasco, wait for Christmas Eve or 2018

And cross your fingers: 'TBD' is the scheduled date for hundreds of PC fixes

Sorry 'strange physics' fans, IceCube finds the Standard Model stands

VideoBoffins finds neutrinos sometimes collide with Earth instead of passing through

'Water on Mars' re-classified as just 'sand on Mars'

Maybe very slightly damp sand, but new look at Martian gullies finds they look like dunes

Stick to the script, kiddies: Some dos and don'ts for the workplace

Get your filthy, fallible hands out of filthy, fallible Github

StorONE 're-invents' storage stack to set hardware free

AnalysisAfter 6 years of work, 35 people in StorOne say storage industry's wrong

Mythical broadband speeds to plummet in crackdown on ISP ads

If I hear 'up to' one more time...

Wizarding World of Harry Potter awaits Microsoft Office exam winners

Excel Exumai!

Remember the 'budget' iPhone SE? Apple plans an update – reports

Midget gem

Ed Vaizey is right, Matt Hancock hasn't improved broadband

Comment'Hancock pinched all my ideas' jokes former digi minister

Abolish the Telly Tax? Fat chance, say MPs at non-binding debate

125,000 people tried – and failed

This is peak AI: Bot to guest edit Radio 4's Today programme

#F_AI_LHow will you tell the difference?

Someone told Google to nuke links to mean reviews of disgraced telco True Telecom

And Mountain View obliged

Sci-Hub domains inactive following court order

'Free science'/pirate site operator 'working on solving DNS issue'

'Data is the new oil': F-Secure man on cartels, disinformation and IoT

An unlikely trio? Not according to Mikko Hypponen

Royal Navy destroyer leaves Middle East due to propeller problems

For once it's not an engine breakdown

Clone poster girl Dolly the sheep's arthritis was 'normal for her age'

Boffins say health issues were not related to genetic wizardry

Summit for the readers who are hot for petaFLOPs: Server nodes flashed at SC17

AnalysisOak Ridge Top 500-leading system's innards

VMware refuses to support its wares running in Azure

Who is Microsoft's mystery partner? We think it's a hyperconverged player

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