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open Judge Vulcan-nerve pinches JEDI deal after Amazon forks out $42m to pause Microsoft's military machinations 59
open Huawei to the danger zone: Now Uncle Sam slaps it with 16 charges of racketeering, fraud, money laundering, theft of robot arm and source code 64
open Git your coat – you've pulled: Standalone command-line interface for GitHub hits beta 15
open Internet's safe-keepers forced to postpone crucial DNSSEC root key signing ceremony – no, not a hacker attack, but because they can't open a safe 84
open Cisco: We warned months ago our sales would be a bit glum, we did not disappoint, and don't expect changes soon. PS: We axed Cisco Live Oz 1
open What's the German word for stalling technology rollouts over health fears? Cos that plus 5G equals Switzerland 38
open Microsoft and Oracle, sitting in a cloud... in-ter-ope-ra-bi-li-ty: Friends-with-benefits deal is working out nicely for both 4
open Deutsche Bank calls in AWS, Microsoft and Google to tout for cloud biz: Come in to tender, deal value unknown 13
open Uncle Sam: Secretly spying on networks around the world without telling anyone, Huawei? But that's OUR job 32
open You, FCC, tell us again why cities are only allowed to charge rich telcos $270 to attach 5G tech to utility poles? 42
open Coin of Vantage looks good to Etix Everywhere: US bit barn beast eats European rival in bid to crack the Continent 2
open Coronavirus to decimate server supply chain, analysts claim: Sales to fall 10% as factories stay shut 13
open Jeff Bezos: I will depose King Trump 134
By Franco
open Time to call off Mobile World Congress yet? Nvidia, Amazon and Sony all sidestep trade show over coronavirus fears 16
open Don't tell us to go Huawei, Chinese ambassadors tell UK and France 32
open Who needs the A-Team or MacGyver when there's a techie with an SCSI cable? 164
open There's got to be Huawei we can defeat Chinese tech giant, thinks US attorney-general. Aha, let's buy stake in Ericsson and Nokia 66
open BOFH: Darn Windows 7. It's totally why we need a £1k graphics card for a business computer 101
open Guess we have to do this the Huawei then: Verizon sued by Chinese giant for allegedly ripping off patented tech 22
open He’s a pain in the ASCII to everybody. Now please acquit my sysadmin client over these CIA Vault 7 leaking charges 76
open China-US tariff tiff, Brexit, and a crap economy: Why OEMs spent $56bn less on semiconductors last year 8
open Internet Society gets tetchy over .org sale delay, half-threatens ICANN over deadlines and jurisdiction 18
open 'Tens of millions' of Cisco devices vulnerable to CDPwn flaws: Network segmentation blown apart by security bugs 22
open Outlook more like 'look out!' as Microsoft email decides everything is spam today 32
open Vodafone CEO: We will elbow Chinese firm Huawei from our European core networks 11
open Infor is now a Koch company: Megacorp swallows cloud ERP outfit after investing billions in early-stage funding 5
open Colombia accused of rigging .co contract for dot-org provider Afilias – is this document a smoking gun? 11
open The winners and losers of infrastructure clouds revealed: AWS, Microsoft, Google and Alibaba get fatter 14
open Virtualization juggernaut VMware hits the CPU turbo button for licensing costs 36
open Cheap as chips? Not for much longer, analysts reckon, after rough year for memory makers 10
open Orange has an elegant solution to Huawei question in France: We'll stick with Nokia and Ericsson for 5G networks 24
open Things I learned from Y2K (pt 87): How to swap a mainframe for Microsoft Access 111
By Earwig
open Somewhere, Google's financial bods are playing on repeat... What do you want from me? It's not how it used to be... 12
By Wexford
open Ah, night shift in the 1970s. Ciggies, hipflasks, ADVENT... and fault-prone disk drives the size of washing machines 131
open Is everything OK over there, Britain? Have you tried turning the UK off and on again? ISPs, financial orgs fall over in Freaky Friday of outages 104
open ICANN't approve the sale of .org to private equity – because California's Attorney General has... concerns 44
open Quick, get the popcorn: Amazon Web Services says Microsoft's benchmarks for Azure are a load of stripe 33
By hplasm
open So you locked your backups away for years, huh? Allow me to introduce my colleagues, Brute, Force and Ignorance 246
By DiViDeD
open It’s not true no one wants .uk domains – just look at all these Bulgarians who signed up to nab expired addresses 69
open And if you turn to your left, you can see the walls of Amazon Web Services' vast server farm. And next to it, a gift shop and visitor center 26
open Gin and gone-ic: Rometty out as IBM CEO, cloud supremo Arvind Krishna takes over, Red Hat boss is president 66
open Pop quiz: Who's responsible for data protection compliance in the cloudy era? If you said 'dunno', you're not alone 13
open Not call, dude: UK govt says guaranteed surcharge-free EU roaming will end after Brexit transition period. Brits left at the mercy of networks 242
open BT: ruling on Huawei will cost us half a billion pounds over next 5 years 43
open There are already Chinese components in your pocket – so why fret about 5G gear? 126
open Caltech takes billion-dollar bite out of Apple, Broadcom for using its patented Wi-Fi tech without paying a penny 26
open What pockets $129m profit a day, starts with M, and rhymes with 'wow, so soft'? Hint: Its cloud is going gangbusters 7
open US govt 'told Germany that Chinese spies bug' Huawei 5G kit. It also told the world Iraq had WMDs ready to deploy... 33
By normal1
open It's been one day since Blighty OK'd Huawei for parts of 5G – and US politicians haven't overreacted at all. Wait, what? Surveillance state commies? 108
open EU outlines 5G rules: You don't have to keep 'risky' vendors completely Huawei 24



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