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Vint Cerf endorses software-defined networks

Is this the fall of the stupid switch?

Applicants sought for one-way trip to Martian Big Brother house

Must be willing to die off-planet and on-air

Study: Most projects on GitHub not open source licensed

Kids these days, they just don't care

Apple branded porno-peddling perverts by Chinese Pravda

State rag claims it found Cupertino's XXX stash

Project Savanna tames Hadoop big data muncher with OpenStack control freak

Mirantis, Hortonworks, and Red Hat pull out the whips and peanuts

'Fastest storage in the WORLD' plugged into mighty boffinry Cray

Phwoar, get a load of these figures

Black hats attack popular Russian stock-trading software

Also used in Cyprus, as it happens ...

Londoners in mass test of telly tech savvy as 4G filters mailed out

Come on granny, you must know where your booster is?

Hardware hacker unifies 15 retro consoles in format frenzy

One box to play them all, etc

UK's first copyright swap-shop for cat pics (etc) still yonks away

You know you need to buy the rights for that, yes?

T-Mobile UK ordered into humiliating Full Monty strip

Cap mobe speeds all you like BUT DON'T TOUCH BITTORRENT

TREELLION DOLLAR mobe bonk-bank alliance goes for barcodes

Stripey bonanza - if everyone can get into bed together

Manual override: Raspberry Pi beginners' books

FeatureDo the 'getting started' guides make your first slice of Pi more tasty?

Software designers: Lose your inhibitions, embrace complexity

OpinionAnd mind the gap...between business and IT

Dell shuts down channel biz Cheriton over unpaid debt

Texan PC baron 'pulled rug from under us' says boss

TomTom brandishes new strap-on in Amsterdam: The wristnav

PicsA satnav smartwatch for sporty types

Review: Asus PadFone 2 phone-tablet combo

Can't decide on a tablet or a phone? Have BOTH IN ONE!

Ofcom fines TalkTalk AGAIN - a whopping £750k over 'abandoned calls' gaffe

Budget ISP's call centre teams were SilentSilent

Google Glass will SELF-DESTRUCT if flogged on eBay

Techno-specs are for life, not just for Christmas

PEAK APPLE: Fondleslab giant no longer world's biggest biz

Share price shenanigans nudges ExxonMobil ahead

Boffins build ant-sized battery, claim it's tough enough to start a car

High power, high energy microbatteries, anyone?

Cyberthugs put YOUR PC to work as Bitcoin-mining SLAVE

E-currency just went mainstream

Magic mystery malware menaces many UK machines - new claim

Who exactly is spying on thousands of Brit biz PCs?

Shuttleworth: Canonical is fast and easy with OpenStack clouds

You don't just build a cloud, you have to maintain it

EMC jazzes up its archive offerings

Is your data attic crammed to bursting yet?

Zycko shown door after Meraki Euro distie review

Parent Cisco turns to old pal Ingram Micro

Nokia: OK, Q1 has been weak, but there's 'underlying' profit

Budget phone lines might yet save the day

Gridstore does classic founder-to-CTO jive

New boss has $12.5m to splurge on growth

'Leccy-stealing, grid-crippling hackers could take down EV-juicing systems

Hack in the BoxA computer on the street. What could possibly go wrong?

Facebook launches data center ticker tape

Bit barn efficiency metrics on a minute-by-minute basis

South Korean gov splashes $22m on memory R&D project

Samsung et al gaze at HUGE MOUNDS of cash

Feds urged to probe four US cell big boys over Android holes

UpdatedSecurity threat means 'unfair and deceptive business practices'

US House of Representatives passes CISPA by 288-127

Co-sponsor dismisses opponents as '14 year-olds tweeting'

Amazon: S3 cloud contains two trillion objects

'We've doubled our big number in a year'

Java 8 release date slips again, now planned for 2014

Oracle engineers too busy battling vulns to add features

Microsoft CFO quits as quarterly results fail to sparkle

Klein steps down, Ballmer's future looking uncertain

AMD posts mediocre numbers, cites 'difficult market environment'

UpdatedNot so bad, not so good, restructuring 'largely completed'

Kepler continues exoplanet bonanza

Three “habitable zone” discoveries keeping the boffins happy

Another quarter, another $14bn in revenue for Google

Profits up despite sagging ad rates

Big Blue misses Q1 targets big-time thanks to systems shortfall

$1bn in charges for "workload rebalancing" – aka layoffs – coming in Q2

Microsoft betting on smaller Windows 8 devices and subscriptions

Plans for double-digit decline in traditional PCs

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