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Oh sh-itcoin! Crypto-dosh swap-shop Coinbase empties punters' bank accounts

Says sorry for 'poor experience', vows to pay back missing cash

Techno-senator tells Tinder to hook up its app with better security

Swipe-a-shag tool gets the dreaded sternly-worded-letter treatment from Wyden

Russians behind bars in US after nicking $300m+ in credit-card hacks

Pair partly responsible for largest bank-card theft ring in American history

Ubuntu wants to slurp PCs' vital statistics – even location – with new desktop installs

PollData harvest notice will be checked by default

If you don't like what IBM is pitching, blame Watson: It's generating sales 'solutions' now

Exclusive'Cognitive solutioning' kicks in when you ask Big Blue to solve tricky problems

Astro-boffinry world rocked to its very core: Shock as Andromeda found to be not much bigger than Milky Way

Everything we knew was a lie

If this laptop is so portable, where's the keyboard, huh? HUH?

On-CallUn-hinged user needed some basic education

Apple to devs: Code for the iPhone X or nothing from April onwards

It's therefore safe to assume the notch is not going away any time soon

Microsoft's System Center successor edges closer to Hawaii 1-0

Project Honolulu gets a second Tech Preview

Say HCI is an enhanced server. If you don't already sell 'em, it could be game over, man

AnalysisWhere enterprise servers go, hyperconverged systems follow

Should AI get to choose a topping in a two pizza team?

How DevOps could be about to collide with machine learning

HomePod, you say? Sex sex sex, that's all you think about

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Apple suggests wiping your ROD and oiling your ring

Chrome adblockalypse will 'accelerate Google-Facebook duopoly'

AnalysisAnd publishers – have you thought of trying something new?

BOFH: Turn your server rack hotspot to a server rack notspot

Episode 3Oh, Sales Guy! You're a riot

Transport for London to toughen up on taxi firms in the Uber age

Sort out your safety policies... oh, and share all your travel info with us

Judges dismisses majority of Cisco's 'insane' IP defence against Arista

Switch antitrust case rumbles on

UK mobile customers face inflation-busting price hike

Look guys, everyone's doing it

UK.gov: Psst. Belgium. Buy these Typhoon fighter jets from us, will you?

And have some cyber goodness too – just don't mention the Belgacom hack

Say goodbye to a chunk of that sweet Aruba payout, hedgies – judge

Complainants hoped to squeeze more from HP

Helicopter crashes after manoeuvres to 'avoid... DJI Phantom drone'

Incident reported to local cops and Federal Aviation Administration

PM urged to protect data flows post-Brexit ahead of Munich speech

Security services facing 'curtailed' EU info sharing if UK doesn't agree terms

Qualcomm rejects Valentine's Day takeover love-in with Broadcom

Cheapo merger terms wouldn't get past regulator, it says

Facebook told to stop stalking Belgians or face fines of €250k – a day

Second privacy ruling to go against Zuck and co in a week

Mueller bombshell: 13 Russian 'troll factory' staffers charged with allegedly meddling in US presidential election

Ruskies stole citizen IDs to spread discord – indictment

A computer file system shouldn't lose data, right? Tell that to Apple

Alarm raised over APFS sparse disk images tossing documents into the void

Kentucky gov: Violent video games, not guns, to blame for Florida school massacre

First Amendment bad, Second Amendment good?

Vermont becomes fifth US state to boot up its own net neutrality rules

Governor Phil Scott signs executive order as battle lines are drawn

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