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You don't call, you don't text: SIM-flinger Gemalto warns of 9% sales drop

And will write down €420m due to removeable SIM's 'prospects'

Nationwide’s online banking goes down again

Scheduled maintenance overran, says bank

Al Capone was done for taxes. Now Microsoft's killing domain-squatters with trademark law

Plausibly Redmond-related domains were used to phish

Silicon Valley IT biz boss cops to lying about Cisco H-1B jobs

Consulting firm fibbed about hirings to import more workers

Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook blow massive amounts lobbying Trump administration

You know what they say: Money makes the world go round

Legal boffins poke holes in EU lawmaker's ePrivacy proposals

Recommend amendments on privacy, tracking and encryption

Vodafone reports sliding revenues but customers don't hate them as much

And India still a mighty struggle

Dump X of your crew, DXC Technologies UK told. Hundreds face axe AGAIN

Exclusive 'Please stop leaking info to The Reg,' says UK boss

User filed fake trouble tickets to take helpful sysadmin to lunches

On-Call Reg reader was shouted at for a problem the customer created, but won his respect and apologies

ServiceNow stops over in Jakarta on its journey to AI-land

SaaS-y business process simplifier adds security chat rooms, cloud management and more to new release

Toshiba's spat with WDC over chip biz is now a song of strife and ire

Court orders only prolong bid process, and winter is coming

Just look at our cloud sales, beams profit-sapped SAP

Boost to 2017 cloud guidance as revenue rises 29%

Uber, Twitter's legal eagles gather to wring claws about bro culture

Time to expand the brocabulary

UK households hit by 1.8m computer misuse offences in a year

Stats show few report such crimes to cops

NHS trusts splashed £260m on PCs in last four years

Obviously not enough to stop Wannacry...

UK.gov watchdog didn't red flag any IT projects. And that alone should be a red flag to everyone

Analysis Transparency is welcome – but you gotta read between the lines

Europe's 'one patent court to rule them all' vision may be destroyed by EPO shenanigans

King Battistelli finally facing consequences for his actions

Amazon may still get .amazon despite govt opposition – thanks to a classic ICANN cockup

Special report DNS king breaks own bylaws yet again

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Hortonworks reshuffles C-suite, gets third COO in 12 months

Hadoop-flinger's CEO: We're making great progress, but...

Tapping the Bank of Mum and Dad: Why your Netflix subscription is poised to rise (again)

Analysis Valley's funding new companies that end up looking just like the old ones

Australia releases MH370 sea floor data but search is still off

Minister celebrates lovely pictures of the sea floor, says he hopes new info is found

Rapid7 slurps security orchestration biz Komand

When a problem comes along, you must whip it. Without having to get off your chair

Nutanix CEO smacks down VMware exec over claim it's a new Enron

Yeah, the one that went down in flames for enormous financial naughtiness

Don't let this snap-drag-on: Qualcomm waves white flag to Apple

CEO Mollenkopf opens door for settlement in licensing battle

One-quarter of UK.gov IT projects at high risk of failure

Digital borders, digital tax and raft of MoJ projects singled out

UK government's war on e-cigs is over

Comment Vape at work? Hey, why not?

UK regulator set to ban ads depicting bumbling manchildren

Vows crackdown on sexist commercials next year

Another Brexit cliff edge: UK.gov warned over data flows to EU

'No prospect of a clean break' on data protection laws – but UK may lose its influence

John McAfee plans to destroy Google. Details? Ummm...

He's got a box called Sentinel to do the job, but in April he said it was 'vulnerable'

Buzzword buzzkill: Cloud, AI, IoT and edge work in a real product

SAP teaches factory equipment to pre-analyse for costly faults, call cloud for help

US laptops-on-planes ban now applies to just one airport, ends soon

Meanwhile the TSA found 78 guns at US airports last week, 32 with a round chambered

Juicy fine for Bradford firm after it blurts one million spam texts

Brit biz told to pay £80k for messages advertising Satsuma Loans

Google must cough up contact info for 8,000 employees in gender discrimination case

But judge narrows scope of US Labor Dept request

Media mogul Murdoch's 'Sky dataset' swallow poses 'grave threat'

UK peers want ICO to ensure info cannot be misused

Nearly three-quarters of convicted TV Licence non-payers are women

Good old Capita keeps Auntie's purse overflowing

UK.gov snaps on rubber gloves, prepares for mandatory porn checks

Smut regulator also to be set up

SAP rips and replaces South African bosses amid corruption probe

Investigation launched into allegations of kickbacks-for-contracts

IETF moves meeting from USA to Canada to dodge Trump travel ban

15 per cent of potential attendees don't fancy trying to make it to San Francisco

Pastor la vista, baby! FCC enforcers shut down church pirate radio

Forget about the internet: FM is where the real action is

Rimini Street: Dispute with Oracle is contract law, not copyright

Ninth Circuit panel urged to throw out injunction on software support biz

Man facing $17.5m HPE fraud case has contempt sentence cut by Court of Appeal

Now-freed 'serial entrepreneur' has yet to face a full trial

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