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Beat Wall St estimates, share price falls 5%. Who else but... AMD?

Chipmaker grows revenues 34 per cent, investors are meh

Red Hat tries CoreOS on for size – and buys

Open-source firms hook up for $250m

Suspicion of villainy leads Facebook to ban cryptocoin ads

‘Many companies advertising ICOs and cryptocurrencies are not operating in good faith’

Azure Event Grid goes live, gives world cloudy publish-subscribe model

Think of it as CORBA brought screaming into the 21st century and you'll begin to understand

To hack Australia and learn its secrets, buy second-hand furniture

Secret cabinet documents found in filing cabinet sold because someone lost the key

Pour yourself a tall one, Juniper investors. It's lost money again

Gin Palace says cloud customers just aren't buying what it's selling

Cisco gives intent-based networking a third leg to stand on

Behold, the Assurance Engine to make sure networks are following the rules

In America, tech support conmen get a mild slap. In Blighty, scammers get the book thrown at them

Cough up fat wad of cash – or be tagged for six months with jail hanging over you?

On yer bike! Boffins teach AI drone to fly itself using cams on bicycles, self-driving car

VidAt head height... don't annoy this bot

1,900 rotten apps bounced out of Google Play every day in 2017

Developers, developers, developers – sigh – 100,000 of them were booted too!

Cisco throws everything it has at containers, hybrid cloud

Container Platform hooks Kubernetes to all the Borg's bits

Been bugging the boss for a raise? Now's the time to go into infosec

Security specialists to command 7% salary hikes, survey finds

Tensorflow Lite: Neat, but an ordeal to get running on your mobe

You better have both app dev and machine learning chops

Should ISPs pay to block pirate websites? Supreme Court to decide

BT and EE take it all the way to the top

Forget cyber crims, it's time to start worrying about GPS jammers – report

Critical infrastructure and emergency services need a satellite back-up

Just can't catch a break, can ya, Capita? Shares tumble 40% amid yet another profit warning

CEO says biz 'too complex' in self-flagellating statement

Oracle point-of-sale system vulnerabilities get Big Red cross

Patched, Oracle? Speedily

Are you taking the peacock? United Airlines deny flight to 'emotional support' bird

Angry bird: Artist's idea fails to take off

Govt 'comprehensively ignored' advice over NHS data-sharing deal

Health committee calls for immediate ban on use of 'unacceptable' agreement

Bring the people 'beautiful' electric car charging points, calls former transport minister

AEV BillMPs debate amendments, talk Schwarzenegger in bill's 3rd reading

Crowdfunding small print binned as Retro Computers Ltd loses court refund action

Contract of sale formed between company and backer, not Indiegogo, rules judge

DRAM, Samsung, these profits are on fire, NAND ain't that the truth

86 per cent leap attributed to memory chip biz

Heart Internet outage... three days and counting

Array with you! Biz still fixing failed drives

Johnny Hacker hauls out NSA-crafted Server Message Block exploits, revamps 'em

Yep, vulns of WannaCry infamy. Why haven't you patched yet?

Terror law expert to Why backdoors when there's so much other data to slurp?

We leave huge digital paper trails, but biz can still do more

New click-to-hack tool: One script to exploit them all and in the darkness TCP bind them

Auto-pwn code glues device search engine Shodan to Metasploit weapons cache

FBI slams secret Nunes memo alleging Feds spied on Team Trump for political reasons

AnalysisPartisan nonsense engulfs law enforcement

Windows Defender will strap pushy scareware to its ass-kicker machine

Doomed: Junkware claiming it can rid PCs of viruses, clean up the Registry, etc

So you accidentally told a million people they are going to die: What next? Your essential guide...

AnalysisHawaii's EMA – you’ve never seen crisis management quite like this

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