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My hole is a private thing – see for yourself

The Register - 48 min 43 sec ago
I am guilty of too much clouded thinking

Something for the Weekend, Sir? My neighbours are staring at my hole and shaking their heads disapprovingly. They were a little surprised to receive my invitation to view my orifice, and it may not be as big as theirs, but I needed their advice on how to fill it.…

Unbreakable Locky ransomware is on the march again

The Register - 1 hour 8 min ago
Necrus botnet wakes up and starts fresh malware-cano

Cisco is warning of possible return of a massive ransomware spam campaign after researchers noticed traces of traffic from the hitherto dormant Necrus botnet.…

Apple, Amazon smash audiobook cabal after European pressure

The Register - 1 hour 23 min ago
EU antitrust bod nods in approval as another market opens up

Apple and Amazon have agreed to end the exclusivity deal that gave Audible sole access to the iBooks store.…

Minecraft link to net's biggest botnet

BBC Technology News - 1 hour 37 min ago
Minecraft, the game adored by millions of children, is allegedly at the heart of the web's biggest net attack.

The telepresence bot operated by the mind and other news

BBC Technology News - 1 hour 42 min ago
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.

Ain't no party like an 80-customer Cohesity party

The Register - 1 hour 50 min ago
Oh, bless

Analysis Secondary storage silo converging startup Cohesity has added entry-level hardware as it reaches 80+ customers and 100+ US resellers.…

Fired Ofcom Remainer bod sues UK gov for withholding his payoff

The Register - 2 hours 8 min ago
Board member claims he was sacked for slamming Trump and Brexit

A sacked board member of UK telco regulator Ofcom is suing the British government for refusing to give him a £75,000 ($92,500) payoff.…

Shocking crime surge – THE TRUTH: England, Wales stats now include hacking and fraud

The Register - 2 hours 30 min ago
'More realistic picture' we're told

Crime stats for England and Wales have shown a huge year-on-year increase. Don't panic, though: it's due to the inclusion of fraud and computer misuse offences for the first time.…

IT team sent dirt file to Police as they all bailed from abusive workplace

The Register - 2 hours 52 min ago
Saintly clients fled investment firm after workers revealed hellish smut mountain

ON-CALL Welcome again to On-Call, which returns for 2017 with more tales of your fellow readers' experiences of horrible jobs at horrible times.…

Facebook bans Russia's RT ahead of Trump's Inauguration Day (then changes its mind)

The Register - 3 hours 20 min ago
Breaking news, literally

Facebook apparently blocked Russia Today – the Kremlin-bankrolled broadcaster now known as RT – from posting anything other than text messages on the social network.…

Viral Chinese selfie app Meitu phones home with personal data

The Register - 3 hours 47 min ago
Reg man submits self to invasive sparkly-unicorn androgyny transformation

PIC The Meitu selfie horrorshow app going viral through Western audiences is a privacy nightmare, researchers say.…

Japan adds phone chargers to buses in new trial - CNET - General - 4 hours 15 min ago
Seeing that battery life drop when you're out in town can be horrifying, but hey, there's a bus for that.

What's SimpliVity CEO Doron Kempel and Arnie got in common? They'll both be back

The Register - 4 hours 19 min ago
From the special forces to, um, HPE

Profile SimpliVity CEO and cofounder Doron Kempel is a two-time storage startup winner. With HPE buying his firm for $650m, what will he do next?…

Neko Atsume's trailer proves we are all crazy cat ladies - CNET - General - 4 hours 29 min ago
The film becomes the second film to be based on a mobile app.

Avaya files for bankruptcy

The Register - 4 hours 47 min ago
Decade-old capital structure needs a refresh for cloudier times

Avaya has filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code, which allows organisations to re-organise their affairs in part by temporarily relieving them of obligations to creditors.…

On last day as president, Obama's CIO shrouds future .gov websites in secret code

The Register - 5 hours 18 min ago
New .gov domains will only ever offer HTTPS, says US CIO

On United States president Barack Obama's last day in office, the U.S. Chief Information Officer and the Federal CIO Council have announced a new rule that will see all future .gov websites shrouded in impenetrable secret codes.…

Remote Russian lake deepens old mystery and ruins 'The X-Files' - CNET - General - 5 hours 45 min ago
Many say it was a meteor blast that flattened a Siberian forest and left a large impact crater when the "Tunguska Event" happened over 100 years ago. New research debunks part of the story.

Mozillans call for new moz://a logo to actually work in browsers

The Register - 5 hours 49 min ago
Logo picked to represent internet roots just confuses the internet

LOGOWATCH Mozilla, sorry Moz://a's new logo is causing problems because it doesn't work when typed into browsers' address bars.…

Star Trek's Gorn turns 50, and it's not easy being green - CNET - General - 6 hours 6 min ago
The big alien lumbered after Captain Kirk a whole half-century ago, and he's since become a sci-fi icon.

Operator of DDoS protection service named as Mirai author

The Register - 6 hours 47 min ago
Krebs says he's fingered author of epic IoT web assault code

The author of the massive distributed denial-of-service attack malware Mirai, which ropes infected routers and internet of things devices into remotely controlled armies, is a New Jersey man, according to journo Brian Krebs.…

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