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Twitter’s deathless spoofing bug gets the heart-stake again

Facebook, Venmo also plug SMS vuln

Microsoft’s network now open to all

Sign up now, once you update Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Tumblr, Foursquare, MySpace …

Red Hat pushes out RHEL 6.4 beta

Looking ahead to Fedora 18 hardened as RHEL 7 in 2013

Facebook takes aim at SMS with new Messenger app

Mobile-to-mobile chat, no Facebook account required

NASA planning Curiosity v2.0 for Mars touchdown in 2020

It's going to be a busy decade for Red Planet

Einstein almost tagged dark energy in the early 1920s

Letter to Schrödinger was oh-so-close

AWS to ISVs: Let us vaporise your Windows apps

Will Azure get the blues?

Nokia Siemens slim-down continues

Optical sold, German services unit to close

ZTE gets $5bn Chinese government cash injection

State handout won't play well abroad as SEC clamps down on Chinese firms

China wants mobile app approval, tracking powers

Smartphone makers may need to have apps pre-approved before release

First pic of Ashton Kutcher as the great Steve 'jOBS'

Good beard but ... where is his TURTLENECK?

AI boffins take on Angry Birds

Sydney competition pits programmers against pigs

McAfee seeks asylum in Guatemala

EXIF data was right

2013: No sign of flying cars, but Orange mobes will get black ice

Sci-fi got a lot less interesting really, didn't it

China plans astro-farms on Mars

Researches sustainable ecosystem to provide air, water and food

Elon Musk jumps overboard from Paul Allen's GIANT MOTHERSHIP

Titanic plane will now fire Orbital Sciences rocket

NAND then something new came along: Nanotube men get $10m

But can they stand out among the New Flash contenders?

Start the clock! Public sector web MUST be disabled-friendly by 2015

Latest proposal from European Commission to benefit '100 million' people

Google puts Nexus 4 back on sale, sells out pronto

Hot cake impersonation continues

Google's ethics, cosy chats under Westminster scrutiny

Music industry honchos speak out in copyright inquiry

EU, US launch biggest ever global fight against online child sex abuse

Worldwide teamwork to tackle 1m vile images

Use a Mac? For actual work? Evernote Business has arrived

Windows, iOS and Android still on the to-do list

Storage veteran Murphy returns to HDS after HP fling

Sniffed Hewlett-Packard, didn't like what he smelled

Yahoo! slurps! teeny! video! chat! upstart!

Second gobble in Mayer's march to mobile domination

Copying Wikipedia's lies is not just for hacks, right Lord Leveson?

Prankster nobbles judge's report on press ethics

2012: an epoch-defining year for home entertainment

Analogue telly out, 4K Ultra HD in... and more besides

BT to rent cheaper FTTP lines to ISPs - if they stump up £1k a go

Hefty one-off fees demanded for 330Mbps broadband

Netflix wins first-show TV rights to Disney flicks

IPTV deal puts future Star Wars movies on Xboxes, PS3s, TVs, tablets

Fred Flintstone may not have been real but his pet Dino WAS - boffins

'Labrador sized' oldest 'saur ever discovered

Slash A THIRD off Surface RT price or it's toast, Microsoft told

And actually sell it through the shops - who are you? Apple?

Samsung anoints chairman's son and heir as vice-chairman

Set to be third generation of family to run giant chaebol

Nokia uncloaks Lumia 620: A 'budget' $249 Windows 8 mobe

Smaller screen, less RAM, smaller battery - you get the picture (which is smaller too)

Dozen more cities to get ultrafast broadband cash in gloomy UK budget

Autumn Statement 2012Osbo dreams of £1bn savings once goes fully online

Apple share dive scuppers trader's alleged get-rich-quick fraud scam

Fruity FAIL leaves accused with $1bn of duff stock

Record €1.47 BEELLION EC fine for price-fixing display cartels

CRT monitors - more evil than we knew

MySQL founders launch MariaDB Foundation at Oracle

Too important to let Larry have control of it

Schmidt: Microsoft will never be as cool as the Gang of Four

Fondle your tool as much as you like, it'll never get big

Cloudy storage new-kid Nirvanix loses CEO Genereux to Oracle

To lose one CEO may be regarded as misfortune. Two ...

Instagram starts filtering out hipster pics on Twitter

Wasn't that into tweeting anyway

Red Hat marries RHEV 3.1 hypervisor to Gluster storage

New CloudForms control freak and virty bundles for cloud builders

Microsoft's anti-Android Twitter campaign draws ire, irony

Wags take Redmond to task on malware issue

HP's public cloud open for compute business

Discover 2012, UpdatedAdds KVM hypervisor to CloudSystem box-o-private-cloud

Entire US Congress votes against ITU control of internet

Unanimously against thing nobody has proposed

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