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Kiwi ISP offers geo-block workaround

No more “second-grade-third-world-digital-boat-people people”


Or: viral vid success, critical thinking fail

Telstra brings configurable QoS to IP networks

Automated, elastic, policy-driven network controls coming real soon now

Amazon Web Services gets into the events business

We’re going to Vegas, baby!

Anonymous takes the Kremlin offline in Putin protest

Hacktivist group reacts as former president sweeps back to power

NSW unveils “foundations” for integrated ticketing

New displays on train ticket gates will become part of “Opal” system

Optus to appeal TV Now decision

Give us cloud PVRs or give us freedom … from innovation and choice, pleads telco

Asian mobile web traffic TRIPLED in past two years

Region leads the world into a mobile future

Ape Apps help Orangutans talk to people

Fondleslabs fold under simian swipes

Best and the Rest: ARM Mini PCs

Product round-upNew shoots from an old acorn

Nimbus boots EVA out of Mitsubishi

SAP flies on flash

HMRC's real-time PAYE pilot trousers 310 more employers

Taxman still ironing out bugs

LOHAN Playmonaut jets off to Blighty

Joins Southampton Uni Vulture 2 team

Orange launches TV app to snag wandering eyes

Don't watch that, watch this

BT's cost-slashing plumps up earnings but full-year sales drop 4%

Carrying rivals' traffic hits revenue due to regulatory price cuts

At last! A use for Blighty's phone-boxes: Free Wi-Fi hotspots

Street-clutter clutters streets with punters

Samsung says 55in OLED über TV 'ready'

Factories on stand-by

Horde of customers storms Dixons – too late to save 2012 sales

5% Q4 surge after months-long struggle to shift product

Microsoft digs Doppler to effect gesture detection

Sound thinking

VMware whips out whopping rebate in pursuit of virty virgins

Resellers told to penetrate small biz

Norwegian teens arrested over SOCA DDoS attack

Also accused of pwning online newspaper, financial services group

Boffins crack on with ultimate roboass


Keep out of the Olympics' way, earn a haircut from TfL app

Coupons to make Londoners ditch the train for trainers

Facebook launches App Store Center

It's just a gallery of mobile applications ... for now

€165bn in e-commerce every year - and not a plastic card in sight

Gambling and smut pop the virtual money floodgates

Microsoft SkyDrive

iOS App of the WeekSync'n'store more

Supersize shifting sand dunes stalk surface of Mars

PicNew photos are key clue to cracking Red Planet's past

OLED to take 0.02% of TV sales through 2014

Liquid Crystal Domination

China admits plot to conquer the world ... with its own 4G

People's Republic ordered to invade mobiles

Wi-Fi warping wallpaper hardens homes to hackers

No protection from Thargoid brain-probe beams, mind

Quantum shrinks, hopes to swell up after Big Data booster shot

New object technology supplier

Mozilla and Google blast IE-only Windows on ARM

Microsoft throws browsers back to 'Dark Ages'

Sony blames record $5.7bn loss on everything but Sony

Quake, floods, strong yen, Moon's alignment with Jupiter

Did dicky power supply silence climate-change probe Envisat?

PicOr had the silent craft seen enough of our planet?

EMC chugs down flash freshman XtremIO for $430m

We're taking you to Vegas, baby....

'Fake Carla Bruni' Twitter account spreads Thatcher death rumour

Newswire covered in shame after hasty retweet

Ten... crowd-funded games from veteran devs

Project round-upKickstart my career revamp?

Root canal surgery officially more desirable than cloud migration

Unicorn spotting more likely than app transfer in poll

Enormous British PC mountain finally shovelled out onto markets

Stinky old kit no longer cramming distie warehouses

Cameron's F-35 U-turn: BAE Systems still calls the shots at No 10

CommentThreat of cheap, powerful kit for UK forces warded off

Pirate stomping by Google et Cie won't work, says expert

Search guys not making it easy for rights holders? No!

British 4G mobile data rollout 'will mean NO TELLY for 2m homes'

Have YOU got a Freeview booster?

Carriers, prepare to bleed: EU pops a cap on data roaming

56 pence a megabyte from July

Apple OS X update puts elderly Flash out of its misery

Security fixes include new Safari that executes old plugins

IBM taps new execs to run Power Systems, mainframes

Potential future CEO moves on up the corporate ladder

New SGI CEO builds firewall around unprofitable sales

Inks $27.8m, 1.5 petaflops DoD deal with Uncle Sam

Intel CEO predicts DOOM for fab industry and competitors

We'll be top dog for years, Otellini tells investors

HP opens up public cloud to public beta

Partners line up to peddle wares

Optus CEO: Our ads pay for TV, so let TV Now live

Veiled threat or novel argument?

Redmond revamp: Bing gets social bling

All your friends are belong to us

Intel plans massive push around touchy-feely Ultrabooks

Biggest launch in nearly a decade

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