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Cisco issues IronPort patch

Vuln exposed systems to remote crash, takeover

Google developing game console, smartwatch, new Q?

So say those motormouthed 'people familiar with the matter'

Facebook fix a bounty boon for researcher

SMS hijack bug worth $US20k

Idaho patriots tool up to battle Jihad with pork bullets

Straight to Shaitan for Islamic fundamentalists hit by piggy projectile

British computing pioneer James Martin found dead in Bermuda sea

ObitThe man who wrote the book(s) on modern computing

Two-faced about flash? Not us, say Google Janus researchers

Boffins discover storage cache workload-splitting technique

New Motorola Mobility badge: Too late for this pinball machine lover

Logo WatchEmbarrassing 1980s flashback for our man Bill Ray

ROBOs cop to installing VSAs, upstart rushes to cash in

Virtual storage appliances are a big hit... throw in a niche market and you're minted

How Alan Turing wanted to base EDSAC's memory on BOOZE

CentenaryFrom liquid memory to solid state - mercury moment was nearly gin dream

Microsoft partners seriously underwhelmed by Windows 8.1

Can we sell it? No, non, nein

Acer aims low, gets into BT's trousers

PicsCompeting with the smartphone elite 'pointless' apparently

Ex-Microsofties drop cloudy-apps-for-idiots box ElasticBox

This can't be as easy as it sounds, can it?

Ballmer: 'I call it all Windows, all the time'

QuotwPlus: 'The chase is on'

Live or let dial - phones ain’t what they used to be

Something for the Weekend, Sir?There’s nowt as Qwerty as folk...

Windows 8.1: Here at last, but is it good enough?

Live ChatReg readers and guests speak their brains

EMC's ViPR: It's genius, but not as we know it, Jim

Flexibility is great, but not if it lets your competitors in

Hey channel: EU data laws are coming, get YOUR arse in gear

Financial penalties, time in the slammer, all good reasons to bof up

UK treasury minister sticks up for HMRC in Google tax row

They do a good job of getting money out of multinationals, really


¡Bong!But info fugitive cannot live on piroshki alone, tovarish

30 years on: Remembering the Memotech MTX 500

ArchaeologicVery possibly the second-best British micro of the early 1980s

Windows 8.1: So it's, er, half-speed ahead for Microsoft's Plan A

ReviewA desktop failure gambling on slablet success

Voyager 1 'close' to breaking through to DEEP SPACE - boffins

Humanity's match-in-the-dark set to fall off the solar highway soon

Redstone's chief bean counter resigns as biz slowly dismantles itself

Former subsidiary slashes costs

Retired 4-star general probed over Stuxnet details leak - report

Marine Corps man under investigation over malware revelations

EU sets ball rolling on ominous telly spectrum review

If we're going to kill TV, let's all do it together!

BlackBerry BB10 devices refuse to leap off shelves

Any time now, just wait for it ... wait for it ...

Ofcom set to release interesting spectrum chunk for unlicenced use

Hobbyists, utilities and other radioheads prepare to charge the slot

Adobe marketing cloud now to rain spam following Neolane slurp

We're struggling to rid ourselves of that image too

Intel CTO Rattner steps down to attend to 'pressing family matter'

Mandatory 65 retirement age hits Chipzilla in the bits

HP Enterprise scores major win with $3.5bn Navy network contract

Channel to cash in as 35% of work gets outsourced

Ecuador denies granting asylum, safe passage to Snowden

NSA leaker's travel documents 'have no validity'

FCC orders wireless carriers to protect customers' call info

'Shield that precious data from prying eyes – but not the NSA'

Supercomputer efficiency jumps, but nowhere near exascale needs

Ceepie-geepies blow past BlueGene/Q in Green500 rankings

Google says it paid TOO MUCH tax, wants $83.5m refund

Claims it was wrongly denied deduction in AOL stock sale

Microsoft's MoodScope app predicts smartphones users' feelings

Windows Phone 8 and BlackBerry users default to 'lonely'?

NASA to flip ion engine's 'OFF' switch after brilliant 5.5 year burn

Follow-on systems could speed spacecraft over 200,000 mph

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