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open Apple might be 'collateral damage' in US and China trade dust-up 40
open Fujitsu: Closes director's gate to Tait, 9 execs abdicate, and for German workers – a crap Weihnachtszeit 17
open 'BMW, Airbus and Siemens' get the Brexit spending shakes 62
By jmch
open Amazon tried to entice Latin American officials with $5m in Kindles, AWS credits for .amazon 38
By Kimo
open DXC share price tumbles on El Reg bombshell of Americas boss ejection 9
open UK data watchdog fines Facebook 17 minutes of net profit for Cambridge Analytica brouhaha 30
open Tech world mulls threat as new round of US China trade tariffs looms 32
open Oz opposition backs the 'regulatory hallucinogen' of anti-piracy laws 16
open Congrats from 123-Reg! You can now pay us an extra £6 or £12 a year for basically nothing 110
open Australia's national broadband bet shirk: NBN write-down not on the cards – chairman 4
By VikiAi
open DXC axes Americas boss amid latest deck chair musical 38
open Euro eggheads call it: Facebook political ads do change voters' minds – and they worked rather well for Trump in 2016 83
open RIP Charles Wang: Computer Associates cofounder dies aged 74 16
open Two weeks before Chrimbo? When Dell V-Class shareholders get to vote on THAT deal 5
open F***=off, Google tells its staff: Any mention of nookie now banned from internal files, URLs 194
open 41% of Brit biz: Setting up a price-rigging cartel is all good... isn't it? 7
By Haefen
open Brit smart meter biz blamed Apple's iPhone 7 launch for its late taxes 24
open Oz intel committee: Crypto-busting is only bad if you're a commie, and we're not by the way 21
open Sounds like a massive, risky UK.gov scheme, but let's not keep too many tabs on it, OK? 7
open European Commission: We've called off the lawyers over Ireland's late collection of Apple back taxes 29
By phuzz
open Brace yourself, Britain: Health minister shares 'vision' for NHS 'tech revolution' 65
open SCISYS sidesteps Brexit: Proposes Irish listing to keep EU space work rolling in 29
open Ding ding! Round Two: Second annual review for transatlantic data flow deal Privacy Shield 10
open UK defence secretary ponders £50m hit to terminate Capita recruiting contract 70
open Softcat warns of Brexit cloud forming over UK tech, vows: If prices rise, we'll pass them on... 51
By streaky
open UK.gov to press ahead with online smut checks (but expects £10m in legals in year 1) 141
open Find these, er, appealing? UK.gov takes red pen to spy court rules, asks for Parliament's OK 17
open Dell Tech: We'll let shareholders vote on VMware deal in Q4 3
open Get your popcorn ready: IBM's Q3 financial scoreboard is out tonight 7
open As angels, rich dudebros suck: 1 in 5 Y Combinator women tech founders say they were sexually harassed 14
open Icahn to Dell investors: You can't touch this DVMT offer 7
open The march of Amazon Business has resellers quaking in their booties 50
open Cabinet Office: Forget about Verify – look at our 3,000 designers (and 56 meetups) 33
By Reaps
open That 'Surface will die in 2019' prediction is still a goer, says soothsayer 82
open UK.gov asks: Are sadistic AI price-bots ganging up on you? 18
open HP Ink CEO: That $550m Apogee buy was to stop rivals slurping it 6
By I3N
open Shortages, price rises, recession: Tech industry preps for hard Brexit 94
open The good news: PC sales went up a little worldwide, say Gartner crystal-ball-gazers 4
By Timmy B
open Phew! Digital ad revenues to save Amazon's business model – analyst 1
open UK.gov withdraws life support from flagship digital identity system 44
open PC makers: Intel CPU shortages are here to stay ... for six months 49
open More than a third of Euro IT pros worry about keeping server lights on 9
open Surprising no one, Google to appeal against European Commission's €4.34bn Android fine 25
open LinkedIn has a Glint in its eye and cash burning a hole in its pocket 21
open Oz comms minister muses that 'net might need more regulation 4
open UK High Court blocks iPhone Safari privacy suit against Google 18
open IBM won't grow, says analyst firm while eyeing flatlining share price 25
open HMRC rapped as Brexit looms and customs IT release slips again 66
open Dell Tech: We have a plan B for bog standard IPO 8
open The only way is up, baby: IBM UK sales down, profit down, headcount down 27
By Ken 16

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