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Google assisting the Pentagon in developing AI for its drones

TensorFlow APIs are being used for object detection

Women of Infosec call bullsh*t on RSA's claim it could only find one female speaker

Rival OURSA conf found 14 in five days after only Monica Lewinsky made RSA's agenda

nbn™ gives ISDN, Frame Relay and Ethernet Lite a stay of execution

Users will be permitted to run them in parallel with NBN connections, but they've been marked for extinction

Hackers create 'ghost' traffic jam to confound smart traffic systems

VideoFake messages from one car enough to clog a whole intersection

Nokia transceiver bakes years of demos into superfast optical chip

200 Gbps per wavelength on sub cables, 400 on metro networks, 600 in data centres

Half the world warned 'Chinese space station will fall on you'

Except you there in the UK: you've got no chance of catching Tiangong-1 debris

Hey Alexa, Siri and Cortana: Cisco says you’re bad at business

VIDBorg thinks own Spark voice assistant knows how to behave in the office, but we've seen it and … meh

ESA builds air-breathing engine that works in space

You’re right, there’s no air in space, but there’s enough to squirt about in very low orbits

UK.gov cooks up code of conduct to enforce a smidge of security on Internet of S**t kit

No legislation or fines, are you some kind of IdIoT?

Sacked saleswoman told to pay Intel £45k after losing discrim case

Judge dismisses complaints, Chipzilla wins big

MPs lay into UK.gov's planned immigration data exemptions

But press regulation risks derailing Data Protection Bill debate, warn observers

Two years and $19bn later: What happened to WD's SanDisk enterprise flash advantage?

AnalysisMarket position evaporating in front of our eyes

British military spends more on computers than weapons and ammo

Shows where wars of the 21st century will really be fought...

What took you so long, BlackBerry? Facebook BBM suit is way overdue

AnalysisLegal eagles knock heads for IP battle

Ofcom to probe Three and Vodafone over network throttling

Telcos may have breached EU net neutrality rules

Too many bricks in the wall? Lego slashes inventory

Sales slowdown in Europe and North America leads to write-down

Pasties in SPAAAAACE: Cornwall hopes for slice of £50m spaceport cash

To boldly go where a Scottish spaceport would really like to

UK.gov: Name a more iconic duo than 'culture' and 'digital'. We'll wait

Matt Hancock once again calls app Britain

Suspected drug dealer who refused to poo for 46 DAYS released... on bail

Still on bunger strike

BlackBerry hopes phone flinger Punkt is feeling lucky to be new licensee

Dolbyfication continues

VMware's cloud migration play beams down whole data centres

As Virtzilla-on-AWS lands in London and heads for the world

Ocado to stock cannabidiol-infused water

Are you high?

French competition watchdog aims probe at 'overwhelming' ad power of Google and Facebook

We'll take a very long lunch then decide what to do

Buffer overflow in Unix mailer Exim imperils 400,000 email servers

Bug already plugged, get updating

Fresh docs detail 10-year link between Geek Squad informers and Feds

Best Buy red-faced after earlier denials

Tintri finally opens wide, bites restructuring bullet

Chairman and CEO are out

Broadcom baits hook with promise of $1.5bn investment fund to catch Qualcomm

Telco promises to pump big bucks into 5G if US signs off on merger

Facebook Onavo Protect doesn't protect against Facebook

VPN app collects all sorts of details

Oculus Rift whiffed, VR fanbois miffed

Zuck's $2bn nerd visor goes dark after dev lets certs expire

Global race for 5G heats up with latest US Congress bill

AnalysisSpectrum freed up in law named after telco veteran

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