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ITU aims to to keep the radio on with new satellite regulation fees

Keeping geostationary sats chatting is simple. Low-Earth sats need more brains

Oracle still silent on Meltdown, but lists patches for x86 servers among 233 new fixes

Sun ZFS Storage Appliance users: brace for super-critical fix

OK, Google: Why does Chromecast clobber Wi-Fi connections?

Router vendors sling firmware to protect users from packet floods

Hawaiian fake nukes alert caused by fat-fingered fumble of garbage GUI

You'll Pai for this, thunders FCC

Black hole munched galactic leftovers, spewed stars, burped

Galaxy can turn itself off, then on again

France may protect citizens' liberté with ban on foreigners buying local big data firms

AI and other tech could go on 'not to be acquired' list

Junk food meets junk money: KFC starts selling Bitcoin Bucket

Transaction costs more than chicken, which would go cold by the time BTC change hands

Mozilla offers sysadmins a Policy Engine for roll-your-own Firefox installs

And warms to a kind of speculative execution for Tabs, too. Really.

German Bar Association says Nein to patent court block effort

Good news for UPC advocates, bad news for EPO staff

Meltdown/Spectre fixes made AWS CPUs cry, says SolarWinds

CPU utilization up, throughput down, but a second fix may have restored normal service

Why did top Home Office civil servant lobby Ofcom for obscure kit ban?

CommentGSM gateway prohibition was way below Sir Philip Rutnam's paygrade

Third NAND dimension makes quad bit bucket cells feasible

AnalysisA view on quad-level cell flash error correction denies data processing framework is 'sinister' – but admits ICO has concerns

Minister says commish is 'free to disregard' framework if it is 'irrelevant'

Facebook, Twitter supremos ditch Disney as biz steps on their turf

Tech bigwigs won't seek re-election to Mickey Mouse board

Childcare is a pain in the bum and so is HMRC's buggy subsidies site

Thousands still experiencing issues since April launch

Users clutch refilled Box boxen after 'empty' folder panic

Customers couldn't see sync 'n' share files

Customers reporting credit card fraud after using OnePlus webstore

Chinese mobe-flinger probing the issue

Facebook settles landmark revenge porn case with UK teen for undisclosed sum

Anti-saucy snap programme makes more sense

220 heads to roll as Steria hacks away at back-office IT biz

Part of major shake-up at outsourcer

Storage slingers say: Don't sweat Spectre, Meltdown SANitation

AnalysisDebate rages on software, HCI slowdown though

Microsoft wants to patent mind control

Battling Zuck for the brain-computer interface

UK taxman has domain typo-squatter stripped of HMRC web addresses

Panama corporation owns nearly 54,000 dot-UK sites

Ford giving electric car investment a jolt to the tune of $11bn

Detroit giant plans 40 full and hybrid models by 2022

Supermicro crams 36 Samsung 'ruler' SSDs into dense superserver

AnalysisWatch out Intel, there's a new mini-ruler in town

Now Meltdown patches are making industrial control systems lurch

Automation and SCADA-flingers admit fix has affected products

IBM kills Global Technology and Global Business Services: It's all ‘IBM Services’ now

ExclusiveBecause you need to ‘capitalize on exponential intelligence fueled by pervasive tech’ and only IBM can do that

Lenovo inherited a switch authentication bypass – from Nortel

A long time ago, in a company far, far away …

Microsoft extends patent protection shield on-premises

Azure Stack users invited under ‘IP Advantage’ umbrella

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