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Apple opens Dialog box of cash: $600m deal for a chunk of chip biz's power-management-fu

Staff snapped up and IP licensed by iPhone giant

Cloud data warehouser Snowflake has just trousered another $450m

Startup now valued at $3.5bn

You can hear a PIN drop... All quiet on the mobile broadband speed front, says network watcher OpenSignal

UK operators this summer look much like they did last year

Slow your roll: VMware urges admins to apply workarounds to DoS-inducing 3D render vuln

Take your foot off the accelerator, admins told

HPC botherer DDN breaks file system benchmark record

Runs SPEC SFS 2014 software builds 25% faster than E8 Optane system

Your pal in IT quits. Her last words: 'Converged infrastructure...' What does it all mean? We think we can explain

Backgrounder The tech that is, not this made-up mystery

I find your lack of faith disturbing, IBM: Big Blue fires photon torpedo at Pentagon JEDI cloud contract

But Oracle shot first

Compose yourselves: Western Digital chucks some bucks at Kaminario

Membership of WD's OpenFlex club has its perks

Google Cloud boss promises 'security built into every layer of the system' at UK shindig

Google Cloud Next Hopes to lure new cloud-sniffers with location lockdown feature

Commvault gets up its customers B&RaaS with in-cloud backup service

Signs up NetApp as a reseller

Why hyper-converged gear needs to go the extra file: Merging blocks and filers to break out of the niche

Backgrounder And how might this be done?

Pentagon's JEDI mind tricks at odds with our 'values' says Google: Ad giant evaporates from $10bn cloud contract bid

'Compliance' is a corporate value isn't it?

SUSE punts SES v5.5 out door, says storage is going software-defined and open source

Don't mind us, just having a Linux moment

Oracle? On my server? I must have been hacked! *Penny drops* Oh sh-

Who, Me? This is my server. That's your server. No, wait, that's your server...

Super Micro China super spy chip super scandal: US Homeland Security, UK spies back Amazon, Apple denials

UPDATED Officials: Not saying Bloomberg was wrong, we just believe biz saying Bloomberg was wrong

US Congresscritters discover Wi-Fi, updates on Oz's nbn broadband plan and much more

It's your week in the world of networks

Ex-Cisco chief John Chambers: Tech biz bods are 'too arrogant'

It's easy to be serene from a throne of cash

Convenient switch hides an inconvenient truth

On-Call Techie solves the mystery as traders go into meltdown

Former General Electric boss explains how he got the internet wrong

'You can't just give Washington the finger,' says Jeff Immelt at Cloudflare Internet Summit

Brit mobe operator O2 asks cut-off customers: Have you tried turning it on and off again?

Updated Classic. But in the meantime, folk can't make or receive calls

DDN steps out of HPC niche and into enterprise AI systems hurly-burly

Squares up to Pure, NetApp, Cisco and Dell EMC

Palo Alto Networks buys security startup Redlock for $173m

Threat detection outfit gets new owners

DB dev waggles GPU-dosed POWER9 server at data warehouse crowd, yells: SQream

NVLinking CPUs to GPUs chews through workloads

AI engines, Arm brains, DSP brawn... Versal is Xilinx's Kitchen Sink Edition FPGA

XDF Good news: It's 7nm. Sad news: It's shipping 2H 2019

Wi-Fi Alliance ditches 802.11 spec codes for consumer-friendly naming scheme

Meet Wi-Fi 6, the protocol previously known as 802.11ax

Clouds gather as Cloudera and Hortonworks settle on uneven merger

$5bn deal sends stock market Hadoop over heels

Linux, HCI and more, all from the new release of Windows Server 2019

Customers in it for the long term get parity with the flighty Semi-Annual Channel crowd

Cisco Webex meltdown caused by script that nuked its host VMs

Comms software flinger confesses to ultimate snafu, trigger still under investigation

UK's Openreach sends full fibre to Coventry

Slow your roll... only Radford's hooked up for now

What's in the container, Cisco? A nice, plump SAP Data Hub

One Kubernetes to rule them all

Cloud file services outfit CTERA rakes in $30m to boost SE Asia presence

Singaporean funding will result in Singaporean offices

UK comms watchdog Ofcom pokes probe into Vodafone and EE over network coverage numbers

One may have said too much, one may have said too little

Reanimated Violin returns to scene with flashy XVS 8 array, and, er, AR app

NVMe-FC, predictive analytics and roadmap away from VIMMs

Shrinking shipments, hidden money: IDC studies the martial art of EMEA server market

Sucks up $4bn in Q2 alone

HPE squirts cold data at on/off-prem object stores, adds capacity to StoreOnce for ever-increasing data firehose

Someone's gotta service that embiggening backup burden

A web where the user has complete control of their data? Sounds Solid, Tim Berners-Lee

WWW daddy punts decentralised internet project

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