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One HUNDRED FAMOUS LADIES exposed NUDE online

Celebrity women victimised as Apple iCloud accounts reportedly popped

Apple skirts blame in skirtless photo heist, claims NO iCloud breach

Says celebs should have used strong passwords, two-factor authentication

AMD claims record with latest overclock-happy FX Series chips, again

How's 8.7GHz at 125 watts sound? Plus, eight cores at 95 watts

Twitter: La la la, we have not heard of any NUDE JLaw, Upton SELFIES

If there are any on our site it is not our fault as we are not a PUBLISHER

Hacker baseball cap

Claimed Home Depot credit card hack could be biggest retail breach yet

DIY megastore may be latest to fall to point-of-sale penetration

TSMC touts IoT as semiconductor growth engine

When the lower reaches of the supply chain get excited we might be onto something

NEC tilts at webscale servers with 46 Atom boards in 2U chassis

Phwoar! 3,000-plus cores in a rack will be a snack

Car makers, space craft manufacturers infected with targeted recon tool

Watering hole attacks set the stage for nastier breaches

Internet of Things: Major players agree on goals, but little else

Analysis Everyone loves those Things, just not on each others' terms

Drone captures shots of budding APPLE SPACESHIP HQ

Quadcopter flies over Cupertino construction site

NASA clears zero-G 3D printer for mission to SPAAAAACE

Houston, we have a bit of plastic

Cisco US Invicta off the shelves, for now

Not-so-flash arrays

Parallels to line up with Linux containers

Virtuozzo's best bits brought to bear on unruly containers

Google: let's build our OWN quantum computer

UCSB research team falls into the chocolate machine

Apple skirts blame in skirtless photo heist, claims NO iCloud breach

Says celebs should have used strong passwords, two-factor authentication

Claimed Home Depot credit card hack could be biggest retail breach yet

DIY megastore may be latest to fall to point-of-sale penetration

Sony backs AllSeen Alliance in Internet of Stuff standards slap-fight

Joins Microsoft, Qualcomm against Intel and Samsung so everyone can get along

AMD claims record with latest overclock-happy FX Series chips, again

How's 8.7GHz at 125 watts sound? Plus, eight cores at 95 watts

'Enterprise' ends ten-year mission: Choc Factory's biz services now Google for Work

We never wanted to be a stuffy enterprise seller, sniffs Schmidt

'Sony and Twitch' hacking crew Lizard Squad: 'We quit'

OMG, the Feds *Cough* We did what we set out to do

Good luck with Project Wing, Google. This drone moonshot is NEVER going to happen

Comment Let's game this thing out

NHS supplier Trustmarque seeks backers after accounting change

Rev recognition blamed for 'funding gap' by private equity backer

Sonos burns its Bridges: Our home-grown Wi-Fi mesh will do

Audio streaming now Bridge-free

Facebook, WhatsApp wait on cold steel table as Euro Commish ponders painful probe

Your hospital gowns are gaping, chaps

Is that a 64-bit ARM Warrior in your pocket? No, it's MIPS64

Use your Imagination: When two tribes go to war

Multi-billion pound UK.gov tech framework awarded to 33 suppliers

Agree to make a mini-margin? You're on board

Gang behind '1.2 billion' megahack ransack is pwning our customers – hosting firm

CyberVor, huh, yeah. What is it good for?

Uber alles... nein! Deutschland imposes NATIONWIDE BAN on taxi app

German court outlaws Uber with a temporary injunction

Vodafone pay-by-bonk launch may signal iPhone 6 NFC plans

That's it, big boy, come bonk on our tube

Apple 'fesses up: Rejected from the App Store, dev? THIS is why

How do we hate thee? Let us count the ways

It's official: Brit parents want their kids to be just like Steve Bong

Career as a banker? No, no. Our sprogs should be TECH ENTREPRENEURS, sez survey

Cave scrawls show that Neanderthals were AT LEAST as talented as modern artists

Gibraltar scribble matches up well to early Hirst or Emin

Flurry of solar flare-ups sets off COSMIC PLASMA EXPLOSION

Vid Mass ejections flung into space as the Sun does its thing

Govt waves stick at pirate-friendly Google search

Feeling lucky?

Not even CRIMINALS want your tablets, Blighty - but if that's an iPhone you're waving...

German thieves prefer Android, ja?

Pimp my lounge and pierce my ceiling: Home theatre goes OTT

Breaking Fad Soundbars to Dolby Atmos: surround on Freeview, Netflix, Blu-ray et al

IT Infrastructure Challenges? IBM has an event just for you

Promo See you in London on 10 Sept

Ericssson-LG jumps on South Korean cloud to make 5G rain

Software to control software

American HPC cluster kids feed data-nomming beast with fat nodes

HPC Blog US teams fight ISC'14 student cluster schlacht

iOS phone phlaw can UNMASK anonymous social media users

Facebook, Google ... nobody read TFM, says security chap

Security rEsrchRs find nu way 2 spot TXT spam

Symantec boffins analyse 400,000 TXTs to develop new spam-spotting approach

SHARE 'N' SINK: OneDrive corrupting Office 2013 files

No reports of data loss as MS 'fesses up to mess, but US long weekend delays fix

Singapore slings £18k fine at text-spam-spaffing biz owner

First prosecution under new ‘do not call’ rules

Apple, FBI: YES we're looking into the NAKED CELEBRITY PICS. Aren't you?

But we will shut our eyes if we happen to see any

South Korea's top wireless carrier builds Internet of Eels

Sensors to keep farm tanks comfy to stop the eels shrieking

Microsoft changes cert test providers, hints at fun new exams

If you really love taking tests with Prometric, do 'em before Christmas

Epiphany hits Raspberry Pi founders, users

Epiphany, the new Pi-specific browser, that is, not some mystical revelation

Russia: SEXY LIZARDS which landed FROM SPACE are all DEAD

Copulating cosmo geckos rue re-entry heater cockup

Cisco climbs aboard containerisation cloudwagon, with security reservations

Teams with Red Hat to add SDN so containerised apps can get to work faster

Tesla to add charging network in China

400 stations in deal with China Unicom

Windows 7 settles as Windows XP use finally starts to slip … a bit

And at the back of the field, Windows 8.1 is sprinting away from Windows 8

BBC: We're going to slip CODING into kids' TV

Comment Pureed-carrot-in-ice cream C++ surprise

Twitter: La la la, we have not heard of any NUDE JLaw, Upton SELFIES

If there are any on our site it is not our fault as we are not a PUBLISHER

Steelie Neelie: Enjoy your EXCLUSIVE UHF spectrum in 2020, mobile operators

But you'd better play nicely with broadcasters until then

Tech kingpins: Your kit would be tastier with a spot of open source

Storagebod Come on EMC, open-source ViPR

Europol picks Brit to lead new international cybercrime taskforce

Six-month pilot project