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Android P will hear no evil, see no evil, support evil notches

PollMAC randomisation, indoor location, TLS-by-default and more coming to next 'Droid

Microsoft says 'majority' of Windows 10 use will be 'streamlined S mode'

Which is just-about an admission Win 10 is a mess

Mum? Dad? Can I have a 3D XPoint disk for my birthday?

Why, yes, junior, now that Intel's released new models for mainstream PCs

Your mouse can't reach that Excel cell? Buy a 'desk extender' said help desk bluffer

On-CallAnd the user believed him, too, for a while

Slack cuts ties to IRC and XMPP, cos they don't speak Emoji

Gateways to close on May 15th, leaving you almost ten whole weeks to rebuild integrations

The Java release train is moving faster, but will developers be derailed?

QconWhat's new and what to expect

Most IT contractors want employment benefits if clobbered with IR35

That'll go down well with full-time Sir Humphreys..

A ghoulish tale of pigs, devs and docs revived from the dead

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Dr Frankenstein had it all sewn up, you know

Microsoft throttles on-prem tech donation scheme for nonprofits

First it giveth then it taketh away

DVLA denies driving licence processing site is a security 'car crash'

PCI compliance? Yep, we've heard of it too

Brit spy wrangler details sign-off process for snooping warrants

Transparency doc on spooks data slurping released

A smartphone recession is coming and animated poo emojis can't stop it

Is the industry out of ideas?

NHS Digital to probe live-stream spillage of confidential patient info – after El Reg tipoff

ExclusiveRisk of app's vid demo falls under spotlight

Screw everything! French swingers campsite up for sale, owners 'tired'

Voulez-vous acheter le hotspot pour le shagging en plein air?

Unidentified hax0rs told not to blab shipping biz Clarksons' stolen data

Fat lot of good an injunction will do against unknown cybercrims

Department of Work and Pensions internal docs reveal troubled history of Universal Credit gives in, publishes after 2-year legal spat

Ofcom to networks: Want this delicious 5G spectrum? You'll have to improve 4G coverage

Better LTE for bumpkins wedged into mobe operators' bids

Server sales dead? No sir, not in Q4

Branded vendors made hay while sun shone

Europe is living in the past (by nearly six minutes) thanks to Serbia and Kosovo

Continental electric clocks go TITSUP*

EU lawmakers seek coordinated hand-wringing over AI ethics

Rules created in isolation will drive AI makers to operate in areas without restraint

The Ataribox lives, as a prototype, supposedly

Promised unveiling later this month could give form to vaporware console

Pharma bro Martin Shkreli to miss 2024 Paris Olympics

Finance troll gets seven years for securities fraud

Citizen Lab says Sandvine network gear aids government spyware

Sandvine insists report is inaccurate and misleading

Sneaky satellite launch raises risk of Gravity-style space collision

Federal regulator furious to discover untrackable mini-satellites in space

Slingshot malware uses cunning plan to find a route to sysadmins

Advanced router code has been in circulation for six years

Less than half of paying ransomware targets get their files back

Shock revelation: criminals prove to be untrustworthy

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