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Pressure mounts on FCC to cough up answers over fake net neutrality comments

AnalysisHouse Dems send snotagram to watchdog boss

Roses are red, Windows error screens are blue. It's 2018, and an email can still pwn you

Patch TuesdayHere's a bumper crop of security fixes you do not want to miss

Rogue IT admin goes off the rails, shuts down Canadian train switches

Grouchy Grupe gets a year and a day behind bars after going loco on network hardware

Roses are red, violets are blue, VMware's made a new vSphere for you

Version 6.7 should land in Q2, may end support for older CPUs

Citrix swallows Cedexis to give NetScaler more multi-cloud cred

Nobody wants slow SaaS or cross-cloud comms, but Citrix wants you to cough up to stop it

Meltdown-and-Spectre-detector comes to Windows Analytics

After flubbing its early responses, Microsoft's thrown sysadmins a bone

Mars is red, Earth is blue. Here's a space laser story for you

NASA to take Mars meteor from London and use it for target practise ahead of 2020 mission

OpenSSL alpha adds TLS 1.3 support

Shambling corpse of ancient, shoddy, buggy, crypto shoved towards the grave

Microsoft working to scale Blockchain for grand distributed ID scheme

Someone's got to get it scaling!

Roses are red, are you single, we wonder? 'Cos this moth-brain AI can read your phone number

Y'think we're stretching this Valentine's date thing too far?

IBM declares it's the 'backbone of the world's economy'

It's slipped a disk, though, because services supremo admits new services plan is very much a work in progress

Roses are red, revenge is so sweet. Microsoft extracts a few quid from Corel Office Suite

Jury awards Redmond some pocket change in patent dustup

Winter Olympics 5G isn't real 5G, says Qualcomm, that won't land until 2019

Chipmaker names 18 carriers who'll get real with 5G real soon now, promise

We already give up our privacy to use phones, why not with cars too?

The future of transport looks like a sensor-riddled computer

Six things I learned from using the iPad Pro for Real Work™

Real world testThink of it as a Version 1.0...

Roses are red, Three's feeling blue, spectrum appeal rejected, they'll have to make do

5G auction to go ahead in April

Despite the headlines, Rudd's online terror takedown tool is only part of the solution

AnalysisUK.gov schtum on false positives, appeals process and long-term impact

Arsenal are red, pundits have 'insights', BT and Sky splurge £4.5bn on footie rights

It's all about the content, guys

South China waters are red, Brit warships are blue, HMS Sutherland's sailing there

And Queen Lizzie will too

From tomorrow, Google Chrome will block crud ads. Here's how it'll work

Consider it a wakeup call for websites – it's time to end the scourge of awful banners

You won't believe this: Nokia soars back into phone-flinger top 3

Brand recognition and stock Android. Is the gamble paying off?

Roses are red, Facebook is blue. Think private means private? More fool you

NY court rules pics can be accessed if relevant to litigation

Big Blue levels up server sextet with POWER9 for IBM i, AIX, HANA, Linux

Fighting the Xeon SP tide

Roses are red, Kaspersky is blue: 'That ban's unconstitutional!' Boo hoo hoo

New front opens in Russian firm's legal fight with US gov

HTC phone supremo leaves months after Google guts firm for best and brightest

Handset division headless

Stop calling, stop calling... ICO goes gaga after home improvement biz ignores warnings

Swansea firm carries on direct marketing, lands extra fine

Violets are violet, roses are... rosy, Dell just got $145.8m for selling Mozy

Online backup biz slurped by Carbonite

Aching bad: 'Kingpin Granny' nicked in huge prescription drugs bust

Raid on 75-year-old's home yields over a thousand pills

Three in hospital after NSA cops open fire on campus ram-raid SUV

Roses are red, spy agencies are black, US g-men don't fsck around when under attack

Crypto-gurus: Which idiots told the FBI that Feds-only backdoors in encryption are possible?

Brilliant boffins back bullsh*tting bureau bollocking

You're decorating it wrong: Apple HomePod gives wood ring of death

'Please don’t tell me to oil my wood,' journo begs

Hua-no-wei! NSA, FBI, CIA bosses put Chinese mobe makers on blast

No probs, says Huawei: It's a big world, we don't need America

US govt staffers use personal gear on work networks, handle biz docs on the reg – study

As in on the regular, not... oh never mind

Hate to ruin your day, but... Boffins cook up fresh Meltdown, Spectre CPU design flaw exploits

And upcoming hardware changes may not be enough to kill off these security bugs

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