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The cheap 3D craft pen that scribbles over 3D printing hype

$75 tool turns doodles into actual things

Turnbull says NBN Co could offer FTTN with optional fibre-for-cash

Coalition comms spokesman cites BT Openreach's FoD as decent model

Google misses privacy-policy deadline, incurs EU wrath

Regulators plan "coordinated repressive action" before summer

Intel pits QDR-80 InfiniBand against Mellanox FDR

And hints at integrated networking on future CPUs

Dell's Ubuntu dev laptop gets much-needed display boost

Cranked up to Full HD, with better viewing angles

LogMeIn uncloaks cloud storage bypass

'Cubby' offers peer-to-peer syncing through, but not always on, a cloud

Higgs data shows alternate reality will SWALLOW UNIVERSE


Indian government censors own web site after court order

ISPs given blacklist in wake of defamation case

Baby-boulder bowling burglar breaks Boulder Apple Store's $100k glass door

Nicked kit surprisingly worth LESS than knackered entrance

You can help fix patent laws … now!

International patent harmonisation effort wants your input

iPad? Pah. Behold the EYEPAD, patented by Sony for the 'PS4'

Totally different from Apple because it glows

Nursing watchdog fined £150k for confidential unencrypted DVD loss

'Highly sensitive' discs for 'fitness to practise' hearing vanish

Virtual Instruments plans probe 'n' sniff tools for Ethernet networks

But Arista bloodhounds are hot on its heels - analyst

Dutch MP must cough €750 for hacking into medical lab

'Public interest was served' but he didn't need to access so many files

GreenBytes rips code from virtual-desktop array's chest, serves to small biz

vIO is VDI for SMEs in 100-seat bundles

Wind-up bloke Baylis winds up broke, turns to UK gov for help

Africa radio man says Brit inventors need more patent protection

Burger King's tweets fried after hijackers pimp Big Macs

Who knew 'whopper123' wasn't a secure password?

Cameron to ink cyber deal with India, protect Brit outsourced data

UK will also share infosec expertise and threat intelligence

Tesco dials 999 after Clubcard vouchers are 'nicked' online

Detectives put on scent of alleged account breachers

Alibaba takes ANOTHER swing at Google with search engine launch

Round two of the Android - Aliyun ding dong

Review: The ultimate Chromebook challenge

Google laptops from Acer and Samsung go head to head

EE's revenues dip, but smartphones lure in 200k new contracts

4G not the promised goldmine, though

MIT boffin teases space-station probe's DARK MATTER DISCOVERY

Just double-checking the numbers, says Nobel-prize winner

TransLattice 3.0 dreams of multi-cloud nirvana

All these clouds are yours – except Azure, Oracle, Google...

Tilera etches '*ss-kicking' 72-core system-on-chip for network gear

Current Tile-Gx Plan B fits market needs better than Plan A

Microsoft: You want Office for Mac, fanboi? You'll pay Windows prices

Hikes up prices by 17% to push users towards Office 365

Python-lovers sling 'death threats' at UK ISP in trademark row

Cops called after venomous vigilantes 'DDoS site, scream down phone at staff'

Chinese PLA soldiers 'mastermind cyber-espionage Cold War'

NYT-hired security biz claims scores of US corps hacked by state-sponsored crew

Amazon ditches 'neo-Nazi' security firm over alleged harassment of workers

Etailer ends contract after documentary about guards at 'holiday camps'

HP cranks up bandwidth on BladeSystem sheaths, adds pretty platinum stripe

Three-rank memory and 40GE downlinks for blades to match

Software update knocks out Space Station communications

And you thought Patch Tuesday was bad

Amazon releases OpsWorks, muscles into cloud management

'Do not be alarmed, cherished partners'

HP brings wired and wireless nets under single SDN umbrella

Shiny stackable OpenFlow and hybrid wired/wireless switches

Canonical unveils fondleslab-friendly Ubuntu 'experience'

Claims single OS running across all client form factors

Apple and world HACKED by Facebook plunderers

Use a Mac? Have Java? You might have been pwned

Pirate Bay reports pirating anti-piracy group to police

'Bring it on,' say the accused

Telstra shed fried in fire

Oh, yes, it was an exchange

ACCC consulting on NBN POIs, again

Who is using what, where

Apple updates iOS, does not fix passcode-bypass hack

Version 6.1.2 should fix battery-draining Exchange bug, however

FlashRay shines out from Sunnyvale

NetApp's journey to Mars

Amazon preparing 'disruptive' big data AWS service?

ExclusiveSeattle hunts for folk comfortable with exabyte-scale analytics

Nature pulls ‘North Korean radioactivity’ story

Streisand Effect anyone?

Dell's PC biz craters as servers and networking chug along

Enterprise: More than a third of sales, more than half of margins

Microsoft to link Lync voice and IM to Skype by June

Mobile apps with voice and video over IP coming soon(ish)

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