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Facebook slurped phone numbers says Norton

The Social Network promises to behave

What's the difference between GEEKS and NERDS?

Does this 'data scientist' know? Depends which one you think he is

Myanmar picks for telecoms jackpot stoke controversy

License decision riles rights groups, parliament and people

Company which built O2's London 4G in administration

Cornerstone of Cornerstone was in on ground floor, now shown the door

Twisted photons get another spin

Inside fibre, this time

Jiggy Pennsylvania couple busted by 25 bike cops

'Imagine their surprise' says cycling plod

Microsoft 'in talks' to recruit UK partners for Surface Pro biz sales

Enterprise won't buy scribbleslabs from John Lewis or the webshop

Yorkshire plods LOSE 9,000 GUNS in rogue BOFH database blunder

'Update your details please' 'Um, yes, you licensed me to have these six AK-47s ...'

The five constants of IT asset management

Always listen to your data

Sony Xperia Tablet Z: Our new top Android ten-incher

Review'The most convincing 10-inch slate on the market'

Win 8 user? Thought that was a CAPTCHA? R is for ruh roh

Run executa... oh noes

MoD signs Microsoft mega licensing deal for 180,000 PCs

Big smiles at the Cabinet Office, if nowhere else

REVEALED: Google's GINORMOUS £650m London Choc Factory

First renders of massive King's Cross 'groundscraper'

At last: EU slashes mobile roaming fees

Just 12 months until things get crazy

Prince of Persia: Baggy trousers and curvy swords

Antique Code ShowJordan Mechner’s animation classic

Facebook restricts ads running next to dodgy posts

Don't want to be found 'adjacent to offensive material', do ya ... bitch!

Tethered and vulnerable: Hotspot password FAIL not just in iPhones

AnalysisThe LOT OF YOU might as well pick 'em from Scrabble dictionary

Feds charge man in $1m 'Dr Evil' scam to blackmail Mitt Romney

Scott, I want you to meet daddy's nemesis

BT workers cuffed over fake overtime and moonlighting claims

8 suspects bailed as 'bogus car-clamping biz' allegations fly

One-time Evesham chief pops up as Centerprise marketing honcho

Anyone who was anyone is someone again in Basingstoke

Judge nixes Microsoft SkyDrive name in BSkyB court ruling

'Sky', 'cloud'... it just confuses people, reckons beak

WD frees self from TYRANNY of TAPE

Arkeia backup beef-up

PRISM leaks: WTF, you don't spy on your friends, splutters EU

NSA: 'Meh, everybody does it...'

Buh-bye Siemens: Nokia to splash €1.7bn turning NSN into N

Co-owned infrastructure biz actually makes money

Sage stakes ERP cloud on Azure platform

Hedges bets by retaining offline version of Sage 200

What happens on G-Cloud stays on G-Cloud

How to use SharePoint online and keep IL3 information secure

Brit fantasy artist sues James Cameron over Avatar world

Accuses studio, director of nicking blue aliens' homeland

Apple dodged all UK corporation tax in 2012

Taxes minus deductions, add relief, carry the one...

Something's going on with Google Reader but nobody knows what

Can't read RSS feeds at the moment for some reason

American kids leave HPC smackdown hungry for Phi

HPC blogBut Europe, dude, what gives? Why can't we have any ice?

Sky News hack of Canoe Man's email in public interest, Ofcom says

Broadcaster's right to expression trumps privacy - this time

Firefox OS starts third-place race against Windows Phone

Spanish debut for Mozilla's freedom phone

Apple 'iWatch' trademark filing hints Cook's make-or-break moment looms

Japanese filing portent of product announcement, or mere protectionist play?

Rackspace, CERN partner on OpenStack projects

The womb of the web to scale up to 15,000 hypervisors someday

Icahn lines up prodigious Dell deal dough

Your move, Big Mike and Friends

Zynga zinger: Xbox chief bagged as new CEO

Microsoft's Mattrick: 'Zynga ... has yet to realize its full potential.' True, that

Microsoft's murder most foul: TechNet is dead

Sysadmin blogDo we 'low margin' dregs matter to you anymore, Redmond? Thought not

Chinese students put feet up after intensive rack-thrashing session

HPC blogTeam China confident on final day of student cluster romp

Firefox OS starting small but thinking big says Mozilla CTO

Expect aggressive moves into tablet market for open source OS

Samsung and Apple finally divorcing after years of court battles

TSMC slips comforting arm round Apple, slips memory chip into pocket

HP confirms it's back in the smartphone business

Palm's Jon Rubinstein weeps softly for what might have been

Atlassian plugs XML parsing vulnerability

Denies reports of a second vuln

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