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Apple tells GitHub to fork off: iGiant steps outside DMCA law in quest to halt iBoot leaks

Demands blanket rather than specific repo shutdowns

nbn™ scoreboard: our new way to look at Australia's national broadband network

The numbers, not the spin, from nbn™'s half-year presentation and corporate plan

From Amazon to Ama-gone: Bezos swings the axe on hundreds at HQ

Sleepless in Seattle after shakeup

Equifax hack worse than previously thought: Biz kissed goodbye to card expiry dates, tax IDs etc

Pwned credit-score biz quietly admits more info lost

IBM's chief diversity officer knows too much and must be stopped!

Microsoft hired her, but Big Blue sues to stop her exporting its succession planning secrets

Foxconn spins out a slice of itself to fund cloud, IoT and 5G push

Seeks $4bn to build glorious workers palaces and diversify beyond boring old iPhones

This Valentine's day Oracle's given you 12 big red data centres

Flowering fleet will still trail Azure and AWS

Apple's HomePod beams you up into new audio dimensions

Welcome to Planet Frustration, which sounds lovely but won't play nice with others

Facial recognition software easily IDs white men, but error rates soar for black women

UpdatedEven with a decent dataset to learn from, software gets worse the darker your skin

Creep learning: How to tamper with neural nets to turn them against us

Don't touch that AI – model fiddling can skew algorithm output, study shows

The strange case of the data breach that stayed online for a month

Your security is only as good as your partners' ability to fix messes and flush caches

What if I told you that flash drives could do their own processing?

Part 2ScaleFlux and NGD aim to wrangle data at drive-level

National Museum of Computing rattles the bucket: Help shift war-winning proto-puter

UpdatedCampaign to move a Bombe into historic Block H

Face, face, face! Apple, TrueDepth and a nose-driven iPhone X game

Selfie-satisfied to augment reality with their mugs

UK Home Sec Amber Rudd unveils extremism blocking tool

Brought to you by those who 'understand necessary hashtags'

World+dog ignores Rubin's Wonderdroid

(In)Essential device shipped just 88,000 units last year

Let's get to know each other first: Joe Public won't share their data with just anyone

NHS most trusted with our info, survey says, social media isn't

Data scientist wanted: Must have Python, spontaneity not required

Review of job ads pins average salary at £47k

Icahn't get right Xerox Fuji merger spoils, cries activist investor Carl

Me? Single biggest shareholder? Kneel before my portfolio

Three become one: Dell EMC's VxBlock range is now a seriously big iron

Composable infrastructure kit doubles down on Cisco servers

Not cool, dude: Brit web host Hotchilli Internet freezes itself for good

Advises punters to move to 123 Reg... no, you heard that right

Hyperoptic's overkill 10Gbps fibre trial 'more than a clever PR stunt'

Yes, I need an 8K livestream in every room

Yes, Assange, we'll still nick you for skipping bail, rules court

WikiLeaker 'considers himself above the normal rule of law' says Chief Magistrate

Ex-Skyera chaps' Tachyum startup grabs cloud chip cash

Claims stealthy tech will cut costs and power consumption

Lenovo says take this code and stick it where the SAN doesn't shine

Need faster storage? Box slinger claims updated software boosts SMB kit performance

Blackbird shot down, patent nuked by judge in Cloudflare legal battle

Victory for web biz after law troll claimed CDN ripped off designs

Shock horror! Telegram messaging app proves insecure yet again!

Unicode clumsiness allowed months of malware installations

FCC commish gobbles Verizon's phone-locking BS, says it tastes great

AnalysisUS telco reveals bright idea in response to robberies, ID theft

While Western Union wired customers' money, hackers transferred their personal deets

Outside storage outfit blamed for data leak blunder

Who wants dynamic dancing animations and code in their emails? Everyone! says Google

Y'all loved AMP for the web, now get it in your inboxes

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