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26th > January > 2018 Archive

If you've ever wondered whether the FCC boss is a Big Cable stooge – well, wonder no more

AnalysisAjit Pai throws hissy fit at first sign of criticism

Matryoshki of news: Tech giants flash code to Russia, Dutch hack Kremlin spies, and more

RoundupIt's all kicking off

You had one job, Outlook! Security bug fix stops mail app from forwarding attachments

That's one way to stay secure

User stepped on mouse, complained pedal wasn’t making PC go faster

On-CallJust one hour of teaching grannies the internet left instructor a broken man

Google slaps mute button on stupid ads that nag you to buy stuff you just looked at

Chocolate Factory touts more ways to blast banners

We won't need to go outside if these haptic tricksters have their way

Simulating physical sensations is a growing frontier in VR tech

Acronis: Ransomware protection! Get yer free ransomware protection!

Windows-only but sure, thanks

Ever wondered why tech products fail so frequently? No, me neither

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Celestial choirs are coming to your screen soon

Virgin Media skulks in disused public toilets

Plus old churches – and even school playing fields

Hey UK.gov – cute tweaks to snoop regime. Your EU law reading needs work

Privacy bods rip into attempts to make Investigatory Powers Act legal

Ex-staffer sues UK's DWP, claims superior blabbed confidential medical info

Manchester man seeks £50k damages for alleged data leak

Dell board meeting: What've we got on the table? Sparkling, still, sarnies... and oh, IPO?

AnalysisWell... that was unexpected

Fancy coughing up for a £2,000 'nanodegree' in flying car design?

CommentYou can muck about with Python and flight sims at home. For free

Larry's steely grip on Oracle led to 'conflicts of interest' in NetSuite buy-out, court told

Big Red's lawyers say $9.3bn deal was 'playbook' acquisition

Driverless cars will lead to data-sharing – of the electrical kind

AEV BillTell the grid how much juice your auto autos are sucking, says UK transport sec

Julian Assange to UK court: Put an end to my unwarranted Ecuadorean couch-surf

Well, OK, there is a warrant. About that... – WikiLawyers

Western Dig revenues take $0.82bn spanking from US tax shake-up

But now lots of lovely cash abroad can be used more easily

Lenovo's craptastic fingerprint scanner has a hardcoded password

ThinkPad owners need to update their software – unless they're using Windows 10

FYI: Processor bugs are everywhere – just ask Intel and AMD

More chip flaws await

Newsflash: Car cyber-security still sucks

You wanna hijack an ECU? It doesn't even have to be turned on, bruh

Stop us if you've heard this one before: Tokyo crypto-cash exchange 'hacked' for half a billion bucks

Forgot to CoinCheck themselves, have now CoinWrecked themselves

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