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Cisco sued by East Carolina University

Apparently tomorrow starts in Greenville, not San Jose

Unbelievably vast quasar cluster forces universe-sized rethink

Hiding in plain sight: discovery came from public data

Brit robojet ‘Taranis’ set for Oz test flight

Report says drone will finally fly in Spring

India's tough hacker crackdown: IT security leaflets with every device

Vendors cry foul over packaging problems

Sorry for the censorship says Chinese chat service

Tencent blames technical glitch for WeChat foreign censorship incident

With a few tweaks to 3PAR, HP might crash all-flash array party

Blocks and FilesStorFlashServery

Biz barons jumpy over EU draft data protection reforms

Might they be wanting their pre-ticked boxes back?

Hey, open sourcers: Who's your code's daddy?

Open... and shutVMware's dealings with Vert.x founder should serve as a warning

Xyratex bleeds money, flogs HPC and Big Data arrays to survive

But major OEM wants 'traditional' storage, insists hard-pressed firm

Apple raids Xerox YET AGAIN - for its chief beancounter

Cupertino's latest hotshot named

Microsoft flings out emergency patch for Iatest gaping IE hole

Monday 'fun' for sysadmins

You know flash is king when disk giant Seagate grows its SSD line

Plus: Might elbow its way into PCIe server flash card market

CIOs: Don't listen to tech vendors on ICT skills, listen to US

Computer Science should count as an actual science

Disney World slaps pay-by-bonk stalker cuffs on grown-ups

Cashless payments mean parents cough more cash

Review: Google Nexus 4

At last, we got one

YOUR Cisco VoIP phone is easily TAPPED, warns CompSci prof

Eavesdrop on calls using kernel security bug

Anonymous hacks MIT websites after Aaron Swartz's death

Calls for law reform after suicide of indicted net activist

Twitter's Tweetdeck must 'file accounts or be struck off'

Failure to file finances puts outfit in hot water - report

Now Microsoft 'actively investigates' Surface slab jailbreak tool

'Appropriate action taken as necessary' against Windows RT hack

FTC chief fends off critics over THAT Google decision

'A win for consumers', Jon Leibowitz insists

Apple 'slashes iPhone 5 screen orders', tight-fisted fanbois blamed

Shares dip after supply chain whispers of weak sales

Zuck on that! Instagram loses HALF its hipsters in a month

People do care about copyright - when it's their own

Bubble baron treats Space Station crew to blowup model

Bigelow to build $17.8m tent for SCIENCE

Adobe's Flex grabs top project slot at Apache

Shrinking future ahoy

How to build a perfect private cloud with Windows Server 2012

Microsoft's handy kit

Stroppy investor to Xyratex: Pah... research! Who spends money on THAT?

Insists storage firm's strategy is 'flawed', board changes needed

HP maintains seat atop wheezing, spavined PC market

Windows 8 whip fails to get weary donkey galloping

'Red October' has been spying on WORLD LEADERS for 5 years - researchers

New flavour of cyberespionage malware uncovered by security bods

Lenovo said to release Intel and ARM Android convertibles

Hmm... which will prove more popular?

Scientists spin carbon nanotube threads on industrial scale

Stronger than steel, conductive as copper, thinner than human hair

Rumors say Dell again thinking of going private

A merger with Samsung would probably be a lot less stupid

Computers are 'electronic cocaine' that make you MANIC

Curse you, reptile brain stem!

John McAfee goes Hollywood with Warner Bros. movie deal

Just one of many irons in the fire

DefenseCode turns up Linksys zero-day

World awaits patch

Dell PowerEdge boots up after Hurricane Sandy acid bath

Keep bags of rice handy – and dry – ahead of superstorms

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