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Icahn doubles down on Dell offer with $14 per share buyback scheme

Confirms he's now Dell's largest private investor – short of Big Mike, that is

Foreign keys, JavaScript support on deck for MySQL Cluster update

All this and faster performance, too

House bill: 'Hey NASA, that asteroid retrieval plan? Fuggedaboutit'

Republican-led committee also swings budget axe at climate science

Huawei muses on Nokia's future

'Open minded' about acquisition

Six nations ask Google for answers on Glass privacy

Canada, Oz, NZ, Mexico, Switzerland and Israel send 'Dear Larry' letter

Spear phish your boss to win more security cash

Websense CSO recommends fake attacks on suits to open their wallets

Chinese hackers launch PRISM scare campaign

Supposed 'CIA list' with you on it actually contains malware

Google erases G8 venue from Earth: Microsoft doesn't

Cameron and chums to hold confab in empty field, apparently

COLD BALLS OF FLAME light up International Space Station

Keep Calm: Bright sparks, not aliens, set this fire

Nuke plants to rely on PDP-11 code UNTIL 2050!

Programmers and their walking sticks converge in Canada

EU Justice Department stalls India's security clearance

Without a 'data secure destination' cert India's locked out of $30bn euro-sourcing market

Out with a bang: The Last of Us lets PS3 exit with head held high

Game TheoryThe current generation of consoles can still thrill

Exagrid hires former IBM exec, Hitachi bod to help flog disk grid tech

CEO: Public cloud OK for archiving data but not for backup

Norks taunt, yank Yanks' crank over PRISM: US is 'rights abuse kingpin'

NSA web snooping 'against mankind' sneers tubby boy-king's pravda

PC makers REALLY need Windows 8.1 to walk on water - but guess what?

Upgrade is no 'miracle', sniffs IT analyst

Hey mobile firms: About that Android thing... Did Google add a lockout clause?

EC probes for details of deals

Sneaky Seagate slips 'world's fastest' enterprise disk mutant into the wild

Flash-packed Savvio found lurking in Big Blue iron

Supercomputer sage Cray musters Lustre cluster storage hustler

Bold move - HPC legend starts standalone storage biz

Julian Assange: I'm quite happy to sleep on Ecuador's sofa FOREVER

Wikileaker won't leave London embassy even if Sweden no longer wants him

Wi-Fi Alliance takes grid place, revs engine in race to 802.11ac

Those little labels on the boxes? Pretty important, actually

IT mercenaries and buy-to-let landlords are my HEROES - here's why

CommentRent more because high home ownership means high unemployment

Ex-Systemax veep cuffed, charged with $230m fraud

Carl Fiorentino bailed for $1m over wire, mail and laundering scams

NASA probe will ease through Saturn's ring to grab Earth snapshot

See that tiny blue dot? That's our corner of ZZ9 Plural Z Alpha, that is

BT boss QUITS telecoms giant for front-bench gov job

Prime Minister poaches CEO - Gavin Patterson to take his place

Thousands of fingered crims, informants spaffed in web security COCK-UP

ExclusiveUK privacy watchdog pokes server config gaffe

AXE-WAVING BIKER GANG SMASHES into swanky Apple UK store

PicPair cuffed after helicopter chase sparked by Cupertino idiot-tax-avoiding raid

Facebook: We now have one million real admen stalking you. Huzzah..?

That's right, people are still using us ... bitch

Dynamo-spawn Riak spreads to other clouds

Amazon cloud casts long shadow

Oracle: We WON grey market software and Solaris support case

Um, HOW much did they pay you in the settlement?

Stay away from the light, Kodak! Look, here's $406m to keep you alive

Photo finish for fallen camera giant's race against death

Nutanix trims down and fattens up server-storage halfbloods

Going for branch offices and big data in two fell swoops

You're still hired: Viglen bosses get to keep jobs for another year

No need for Lord Sugar to get his finger out

Dish abandons Sprint sprint, now in mad dash for Clearwire

Satellite telly firm refuses to make a new offer before Sprint's deadline

Speaking in Tech: We find someone who hasn't heard of Prof Brian Cox

PodcastBrit physics heartthrob yet to conquer US - plus actual tech views

John McAfee releases NSFW video on how to uninstall security code

Naturally this requires sex, drugs, and firearms

Adobe CEO admits need to 'tweak' Creative Suite's cloud-only policy

But way forward for cloud sceptics 'not identified'

Google joins Amazon, HP, Rackspace in easing HDD data importing

'Give us your disks!' bellows Chocolate Factory.

Google's JavaScript challenger gains better tools, performance

Dart enters beta with beefed up editor, compiler

Microsoft breaks bug-bounty virginity in $100,000 contest

Black Hat sets phasers to stun on Windows 8.1 and Internet Explorer 11

Google preps wave of machine learning apps

Chocolate Factory engineers automate own jobs out of existence

Kim Dotcom victim of 'largest data MASSACRE in history'

Megaupload servers wiped – were Feds to blame?

Microsoft caves on Xbox One DRM and used-game controls

Consumer power might still mean something

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