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Canonical aligns Ubuntu Server with quick-change OpenStack

Updates Landscape control freak for Linux machines

Key evidence in Assange case dissolves

Intimate single-use garment doesn't contain white-haired one's DNA

Smack your phones up, says Microsoft

Patent says mobes need a firm whack to shut them up

Opportunity finds new patch of 'berries' on Mars

Microbe-made Mars rocks mystery re-opens as Curiosity keeps trundling

Office to propel Windows tablets past Android in 2015

Apple to stay on top of fondleslab fight says Taiwanese analyst

Boffins receive quantum key from moving plane

Alice and Bob play catch

French firm snatches Italian set-top contract from Blighty's Amino


Dropbox drops JavaScript, brews CoffeeScript

23,000 lines of code converted, but why?

G-Cloud: Please excuse our 'overlapping' frameworks

We've moved beyond 'traditional' contracts, mmm'kay?

Experts: What ICO should know BEFORE your private info ends up in a skip

Businesses do need 'explicit consent' before outsourcing data protection – legal eagles

Why lock your digits to a phone? Telefonica to flog cloudy numbers

Voice-minute cash cow is slowly dying

Memo to openSUSE 12.2: More polish, less angst

ReviewConsumer transition a work in progress

Space Station 'nauts touch down on Kazakh steppe

Sparky spacemen trio return after power-supply job done

Apple admits iCloud 'unacceptable', vows to not go titsup again

iYawn 5 maker in 10-hour email outage outrage

Google defends drowning Acer's newborn Alibaba Linux mobe

Android biz fears den of 40,000 thieves

iPhone 5 tops benchmark chart

Seemingly beats phones, tablets

Oi, don't leave Cymru in broadband slow lane, MPs warn

Welsh demand alternatives to BT fibre

Sony snoozes over substandard PS Plus service

No fix after months

Malwarebytes branches out into enterprise security market

Two AV software products are better than one

Manchester is 'PIRATE CAPITAL of the UK'

Brits snap up Ed Sheeran, Rihanna from '43m BitTorrent' downloads

Got a BMW? Thicko thieves can EASILY NICK IT with $30 box

Your flash motor - gone in 180 seconds

Redstone throws £9.9m at sickly managed services firm in all-share deal

Buyer finally found for Maxima's core bits

Apple 'hasn't really run out of iPhone 5s AT ALL'

'They're in there playing Jenga with them', whispers mole

Fears mount over future of Voyager Networks

Loss-making Cisco UC specialist has credit issues and is paying disties late

Google to axe IE 8 support, cuts off Windows XP lifeline

Waves goodbye to old Microsoft browser on 15 November

Microsoft bod dreams up 'Star Trek holodeck' games console

Downloads complete, hit Enter when ready

Fanboys order 2m iPhone 5s in 24 hours

Record obsession

BT to win Norfolk broadband contract - if Europe gives the nod

Hopes to ink fibre rollout deal over next few weeks

PC share of DRAM biz falls below 50%

First time since the early 80s

IT biz bosses are 'BIGGEST job cutters' in the US

And these are just the redundancies we know about

Job-hunting honeybees rely on 'meth' to find work

PicWorkers nurse or forage by brain chemistry

Game to lure customers with free Wi-Fi

Easier than ever to find cheaper prices on the web?

Winklevoss twins stuff $1m into social network for the FILTHY RICH

Zuck on that, Mark

Flame espionage weapon linked to MORE mystery malware

Command systems weren't just directing data-raiding worm

Ballmer: Win8 'certainly surpasses' Win95 in importance

And that rumour of a $199 Surface? Fuggedaboutit

Yahoo! ditches! BlackBerry! for! 'smart! fun!' phones!

UpdatedRIM's platform not smart enough to give away

CFO Seifert finds AMD's executive exit door, walks through it

Yet another leadership transition for Intel's only ARMless competitor

HP's Whitman promises 'more beautiful' PCs

This Apple company might be onto something

Huawei previews Cisco-killin' E9000 modular system

Pulling the telecom-to-datacenter California alley-oop

Users told: Get rid of Internet Explorer (again)

It’s more like an exploit than a browser

Monster camera preps for dark energy search

Fermi’s 570 megapixel giant gets snappy

Vague data retention proposal draws IIA ire and friendly fire

Meanwhile, government also mulls better privacy protection for Australians

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