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Little fluffy clouds

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How much carrion can a carrier pigeon carry?

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E pluribus unum

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Where managers go to die

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open Finally, a technology angle on the coronavirus outbreak: Semiconductor biz stocks slip amid China supply chain fears 10
By ThatOne
open Low code? Low usage, more like: Add G Suite's App Maker to the Google graveyard, it's switching off next year 10
open FCC lines up $16 billion for broadband across entire US. Well, except New York because, screw them, right? 9
open Because Monday mornings just aren't annoying enough: Google Drive takes a dive and knocks out G Suite 12
By tin 2
open You're always a day Huawei: UK to decide whether to ban Chinese firm's kit from 5G networks tomorrow 41
open Protestors in Los Angeles force ICANN board out of hiding over .org sale – for a brief moment, at least 56
open Why so glum, VMware? It's Friday. Oh, is it this $235m patent infringement invoice from Densify? Too bad, so sad 11
open Curse of Boeing continues: Now a telly satellite it built may explode, will be pushed up to 500km from geo orbit 97
open BOFH: When was the last time someone said these exact words to you: You are the sunshine of my life? 101
By J P
open Protesters backing Huawei's CFO Meng Wanzhou during her US extradition hearings were 'duped paid actors' 34
open 10nm woes, CPU supply shortages, competition from AMD... What? Sorry? Intel can't hear you over the cash register going bonkers 18
By rav
open Call of Duty: Modern Warfare fragged our business VOIP: US ISP blames outage on smash-hit video game rush 18
By kjw
open Hapless AWS engineer spilled passwords, keys, confidential internal training info, customer messages on public GitHub 34
open Sorry to be blunt about this... Open AWS S3 storage bucket just made 30,000 potheads' privacy go up in smoke 23
open Chrome suddenly using Bing after installing Office 365 Pro Plus... Yeah, that might have been us, mumbles Microsoft 128
open Bank IT bod pocketed nearly $1m in kickbacks from tech contractor bosses for sending deals their way, Feds claim 10
open CityFibre relieves TalkTalk of its FTTP sister biz for £200m – after Boris win blows away Labour's nationalisation vow 15
By Bob H
open South American nations open fire on ICANN for 'illegal and unjust' sale of .amazon to zillionaire Jeff Bezos 94
open Looking for a great value broadband deal? War-torn Syria will do you proud 41
open Let’s check in on the .org sale fiasco: Senators say No, internet grandees say Yes – and ICANN pretends there's absolutely nothing to see here 42
By ThatOne
open Wave goodbye: DigitalOcean decimates workforce as co-founder reveals lack of profitability, leadership turmoil 17
open Photobox ditches Amazon's Redshift, cuddles up to Snowflake 8
By Korev
open Intel server chip shortages continue to bite: HPE warns of Xeon processor supply drought for the whole of 2020 43
open The time that Sales braved the white hot heat of the data centre to save the day 126
By ARGO
open Google Cloud rolls out of bed, slips on suit, draws up premium support, vows to take it SLO to lure enterprises 4
open Remember when Netscout got so upset at 'challenger' label in Gartner Magic Quadrant, it sued? Well, top court just ended all those shenanigans 14
open Load of Big Green for Microsoft: Lloyds Banking Group inks company-wide Managed Desktop deal 15
By ITMA
open China tells America, with a straight face, it will absolutely crack down on hacking and copyright, tech blueprint theft 48
open Totally Subcontracted Business: TSB to outsource entire IT estate to IBM for a cool $1bn after 2019 meltdown 99
open AppSheet. Gesundheit! Oh, we see – it's Google pulling no-code development into a cloudy embrace 30
open One company on the planet, US-based Afilias, meets the criteria to run Colombia's trendy .co registry – and the DNS world fears a stitch-up 8
By suriyun
open Problems at Oracle's DynDNS: Domain registration customers transferred at short notice, nameserver records changed 43
open Go on, eat your fibre, new build contractors. It's free! OpenReach lowers limit for free FTTP connections 27
open The data is in: Cloudera installs former Hortonworks CEO Rob Bearden as new chief 1
open Amazon to ask court to block DoD's $10bn early Valentine's date with a Microsoft JEDI 19
open ICANN finally reveals who’s behind purchase of .org: It’s ███████ and ██████ – you don't need to know any more 85
open MI5 gros fromage: Nah, US won't go Huawei from dear old Blighty over 5G, no matter what we do 53
open UK Home Office opens AWS cash firehose even wider with £100m public cloud services deal 21
open Private equity house Macquarie chucks some money in AirTrunk, grabs majority stake in Aussie hyperscaler 3
open BOFH: You brought nothing to the party but a six-pack of regret 109
open It's Becoming Messy: Judge says IBM's request to shut down age-discrimination lawsuit should be rejected 20
open 'No BS' web host Gandi lives up to half of its motto... Some customer data wiped out in storage server meltdown 70
open Archive storage comes to Google Cloud: Will it give AWS and Azure the cold shoulder? 3
open Back up a minute: Private equity outfit coughs $5bn for Veeam 27
open As internet pioneers fight to preserve .org’s non-profit status, those in charge are hiding behind dollar signs 28
By osxtra
open Cogent cut off from ARIN Whois after scraping net engineers' contact details and sliding them to sales staff 12
By Yes Me
open We won't CU later: New Ofcom broadband proposals mull killing off old copper network 92
open 5G signals won't make men infertile, sighs UK ad watchdog as it bans bonkers scary poster 124
open Thought 5G marketing was bad? Cable industry sticks with ridiculous 10G branding as another year rolls around 12
open ICANN extracts $20m signing fee for $1bn dot-com price increases – and guess who's going to pay for it? 23

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