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Can't pay Information Commissioner's fine? No problem! Just liquidate your firm
It's hip to be Square: Twitter founder Jack Dorsey's other firm targets White Van Man
Welcome to your sci-fi dystopia: Sonic firewalls to crumble inaudible ad-tracking phone cookies
Cisco admins: hold that IOS XR update while you get new firmware
Electron patched the patch after researcher broke the patch
Zimmerman and friends: 'Are you listening? PGP is not broken'
Waiting for 100 Mbps NBN on wireless? Errr, umm, sorry about that
Samsung loses (again) to Apple in patent battle (again). This time to the tune of a mere $539m
As Tesla hits speed bump after speed bump, Elon Musk loses his mind in anti-media rant
You know that silly fear about Alexa recording everything and putting it online? It just ha...
Mobile app devs have, oh, about 9 hours left to decide whether to stay on Google's ad platform
Microsoft patches problematic OS to deal with SSD woes
Dell EMC 'years behind' in everything from flash to cloud, hoots NetApp CEO
Church of England will commune with God for you via Amazon's Echo
TalkTalk plans to sell family B2B jewel to Daisy Group for £175m
Welcome to Ubuntu 18.04: Make yourself at GNOME. Cup of data-slurping dispute, anyone?
Microsoft gives users options for Office data slurpage – Basic or Full
Oracle nemesis MariaDB tries to lure enterprise folk with TX 3.0
Microsoft and boffins cook up hardware-secured database
Doc Searls' Cluetrain arrives at IEEE HQ, delivers privacy machine
OpenStack had a summit, so everyone's talking about it
Servers crashed and burned. So, Qualcomm's back to Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V'ing Arm cores into phones
Intel's first AI ASIC chips will arrive in 2019
Advanced VPNFilter malware menacing routers worldwide
Forward-slash flash: OG upstart Pure Storage shows off fresh models
Finally: Historic Eudora email code goes open source
AI servers will need much more memory. And you know who's going to be there? Yep, big daddy...
Machine learning for dummies: You needn't go back to uni to use it
DXC chopping MORE customer-facing service staff
HTC U12+: Like a Pixel without the pratfalls, or eye-watering price tag