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Mozilla floats payment simplification balloon

Posts draft of Web payment spec, hopes world won't yawn

CoreData fends off attack

Red-tops get red faces

Windows XP support ends a year from … now!

Official support ends April 7th, 2014, zombie support available at huge price

Anonymous blitzes Israel in new attack

OpIsrael rocked, says Anon. Nothing to see here, says Israel

Spooky action at a distance is faster than light

Chinese boffins put the clock on information transfer between entangled particles

Canadian gov: Have half a million BlackBerrys now, pay later!

We're NOT desperate, we've been doing this since 2006

Oracle reveals strategy for internet of things

Java on the edge, middleware shakes hands with Exadata … and the lights go on

Hold on! Degrees for all doesn't mean great jobs for all, say profs

Maybe ... just maybe ... some degrees are a bit useless?

Japanese boffins READ YOUR DREAMS with MRI

Kyoto researchers claim 60 per cent success with dream mapping algorithm

Fujitsu looks to blast cloud silos with RunMyProcess buy

Silicon Valley to be site of new cloudy hub

Parking ticket firm 'exposed private info' - ICO making enquiries

ExclusiveKatie Price's throbbing ride apparently NOT revealed, though

Nokia Life touches down in Kenya, jingles pocketful of Microsoft money

But only rich westerners, and Nokia, get stuff for free

New rules to end cries of 'WTF... a £10 online booking fee?'

Excessive charges: Hopefully something to tell your grandchildren about

HDS CTO: Man, I could just throttle our array... er, in a good way

Fat NAS box does dedupe, when it's got a sec

Pyongyang to unleash NUKULAR horsemen of the Norkocalypse?

Just how real is North Korea's missile threat?

'1337 hacker' scrawls all over careless coders' SourceForge sites

'If others did this, they might not have been so nice'

Upstart $3bn forex trader dumps Oracle JVM for Azul's Zing

A bad case of the jitters

Facebook VOICE is what telco barons should fear - not a Zuckermobe

AnalysisJust killed a chicken, now your profits are next... bitch

Whatever happened to self-service computing?

The administrator lives on

Review: HP ElitePad 900 Atom tablet

'And finally, monsieur, a wafer-thin Win8 slab... sort of'

Everything faster than everything, boast soft flash wizards

Your boots may be made for walkin' – ours are faster

Capita slurps crashed 2e2's ex-flack-in-chief to bolster sales

Ex-BA Ian Thomas starts today

Website which 'could have prevented Rwandan genocide' goes live

Anyone ever called you a cockroach? Sperg? Swingbelly?

BT boss barks at TalkTalk for being 'copper Luddites'

Even though most of telecom giant's new fibre network is mainly FTTC

Kissinger and tell: WikiLeaks scrapes 1.7m US diplomatic reports from the '70s

Six-fingered* Assange republishes America's national archives

Tick-tock! 40% of PCs start Windows XP malware meltdown countdown

In 365 days, you'll be on your own against the hackers

Office for Mac 2008 support umbilical chopped off

But you can buy it again, and keep on buying it

What'll we do tonight, Kieran? Same thing we do every night, Tintri....

... try to take over the VM storage world

Channel firms, rejoice: You're not going out of business nearly so often

Anyone would think we are talking up recovery

German court says nein to Apple's slide-to-unlock patent

Appeal is on its way

London Boroughs join forces in mighty £1bn IT procurement framework

This enormous purchasing juggernaut will devour us all

Network Goliaths and upstart Davids join in on OpenDaylight SDN project

Trying to pull a Linux maneuver for malleable networks

Cloud disaster-recovery startup gets pre-IPO VC cash slurp

Need a catcher in the cloudy rye?

USPTO backs down on iPad mini trademark objections

'The examining attorney apologizes for any inconvenience caused'

Get lost, drivers: Google Maps is not for you – US judge

California clamps down on furtive fingering

HP's 'historic' Project Moonshot servers aim at hyperscale future

First Atom nodes, then ARM and others to 'change the server market'

Tax man to take a bite of tech employees' free meals?

Gratis grub should be counted as income, say experts

Microsoft hosts bar mitzvah for mature Azure

Little fellow is growing up, now ready to get a job

US judge: no class action against tech giants' 'wage-control pact'

Disgruntled unpoached bods can continue battle, however

Dell ready to pay Icahn $25m to behave himself during buyout deal

Flashing cash all around to get a deal done quickly

Australia's coalition reveals bits of broadband plan

Turnbull as fiscal conservatism beats Turnbull as philosopher prince

Climate change set to bumpify transatlantic flights, say researchers

Flights across the pond won't be pleasant mid-century

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