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Cisco to acquire services management firm SolveDirect

First partially funds, then gobbles up management toolmaker

Curiosity out of safe mode, doing science again

Next challenge: stop the Sun corrupting packets

Transfield scores Sydney NBN build contract

$AU170 million for first two years

Sony joins iWear face-off

LG also puts hand up in world+dog post-smartphone melee

Mobile location data identifies individuals

You are where you go

Bill Gates offers big bucks for better condoms

Blue screen of family planning

CERN re-opens 'Animal Shelter for Computer Mice'

Is the large hadron collector warping time?

US democracy activists lose case against Baidu and China

Manhattan court is not the place to sue a country, says judge

Security damn well IS a dirty word, actually

Sysadmin blogWash your mouth out with TLS 1.2

Wireless charging on the Galaxy S4: Samsung goes VHS not Betamax

'A harmless fling', sniffs jilted Qualcomm

Join us now for all the storage whispers: Heard about the XtremIO buy?

Silicon Valley ConfidentialCEO cheeks positively aflame, they do say

No Skype traffic released to cops or spooks, insists Microsoft

AnalysisThe numbers on Redmond's plod-spy squealing dealings

Brocade's fat pipes a-singin' the Fibre Channel song

And FCoE? Yes, what about it? Exactly

Voda: Brit kids will drown in TIDAL WAVE of FILTH - it's all Ofcom's fault

Make networks admit price changes? Noooo!

Whoops! Tiny bug in NetBSD 6.0 code ruins SSH crypto keys

'Random numbers are too important to be left to chance'

iPads in education: Not actually evil, but pretty close

AnalysisWhy are we giving these playthings of the Devil to kids?

Inside Adastral: BT's Belgium-sized broadband boffinry base

Geek's Guide to BritainDrive-by bragging rights

Roomba dust-bust bot bods one step closer to ROBOBUTLERS

GTC 2013Crisp packets, used tissues no problem for 10-GFLOPS brain

The battle for control at the firm that brought SSD to the enterprise

AnalysisWhat have you done for us lately, moan hedgies

Fortinet nabs wily Coyote and its slice of security appliance cake

Or perhaps we mean pie. Made of meaty customers, anyway

Google turns South African schools into White Spaces

Trying to get the government on-side

Experts doubt Anonymous Mossad spy outing claims are kosher

Tinker, tailor, soldier, cobblers

BT scores £146 meellion more UK.gov cash to fibre up Balamory

BDUK? BTUK, more like. And no, it won't be here in 2015

Are you in charge of a lot of biz computers? Got Java on them?

Your ass is 94% hanging in the breeze, my friend

'End the commercial-in-confidence CROOKS' CHARTER', gov told

Rip the cloak off the ripoff deals, advise Cabinet Office

Angry commentard mobs to feel Facebook jackboot in site tweak

So much for free speech, eh?

Rivals may form alliance against Michael D in struggle for Dell

Does beefy investor doubleteam spell a quell for el Dell?

Dragon capsule makes fiery entrance, safe splashdown

Second SpaceX mission ends well

Oracle's new T5 Sparcs boost scalability in chip and chassis

Also aims brawny M4 – scratch that – M5 CPU at big-iron workloads

Business intelligence startup tarts up Hadoop for managers

Platfora puts lipstick on the elephant

Foundry Networks CIO charged in $29m insider trading scam

Loose lips sink careers

T-Mobile US announces 'no BS' rate plans, iPhones, LTE

New BlackBerry, HTC, Samsung mobes coming, too

Slime mould mashup models fiendish computing problem

A travelling salesman walks into a blob...

Ellison aims his first Oracle 'mainframe' at Big Blue

T5 takes the lead from Power and x86, Big Larry claims

Swedish linguists nix new word after row with Google

Online ad giant said 'nej!' to 'ogooglebar'

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