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Moto X specs leaked ahead of expected August 1 launch

Google's mobe hopes coming to fruition

Only 1 in 5 Americans believe in pure evolution – and that's an upswing

Double that number want creationism or intelligent design taught in public schools

Planetary paparazzi snap candid pics of Earth, Moon from space

Cassini, MESSENGER break out the long lenses

100-metre asteroid 2013 NE19 zipped past Earth today

VidFootball-field sized rock was only spotted last week, missed by about 4m km

Intel lifts veil on future 14nm Xeon, Atom server chips

Feeds and speeds on impending "Avoton" Atom

Troll loses 'we own the Web' patent appeal

Relax Interwebs, your pages aren't belong to Eolas

IBM gooses 'business class' mainframes with z12 engines

Something for the little guy with the big budget

Phantom apps appear in Chinese fanbois' iTunes accounts

Chinternet a-flutter with speculation and conspiracy theories

Burger-rage horse dumps on McDonald's: Rider saddled with fat fine

If you're having a bad day, think of the bod who had to clean it up

Square kilometre array data heading for AWS cloud

New Oz supers vaporising fast, in a good way

Ubuntuforums.org cracker promises no password release

'Don't worry about a DB leak. That isn't how I like to do things' says 'Sputn1K'

SkyDrive on par with C: Drive in Windows 8.1

Redmond bakes cloud storage into the desk-and-slab-top OS

Tango down! Chat app millions ransacked by pro-Assad hacktivists

And handed straight to the Syrian govt, we're told

Give them a cold trouser blast and data centre bosses WILL dial up the juice

Power limits in the server room

Boffins, Tunnel Tigers and Scotland's world-first power mountain

Geek's Guide to BritainThe hollowing heroes who reversed nature

UK gov 'still failing' at procurement, says Commons committee

Slower than everyone else, can't build supplier relations...

Leap Motion Controller: Hands up for PC air gestures. That's the spirit

ReviewGive that annoying app the finger with new USB widget

Laser-wielding boffins develop ETERNAL MEMORY from quartz

Crystal-based storage tech could kill the need for backups

Oi, Google, you ate all our Wi-Fi keys - don't let the spooks gobble them too

Privacy ninjas want anti-NSA encrypted Android backups

PHWOAR! Huh! What is it good for? Absolutely nothing, Prime Minister

CommentWhy I BACK Cameron's War on Porn, by Reg chap Bill Ray

Symantec snaps up PasswordBank, touts SSO logins to biz

Prepares to punt unwanted tech at sceptical industry

Microsoft hands Neath keys to OEM kingdom

Bedding down new boss as Windows 8.1 prepares to land

Micron: Our flashy girth leaves the competition cowering in impotence

Beast of a 16TB PCIe flash card on its way

Nokia flops out its 4G, 4.7-inch WHOPPER: The Lumia 625

Cheap'n'cheerful modern mobe for the masses - without pay-by-bonk

EMC Cloud Czar packs up and goes for a hike

Ex-Atmos boss leaves after product lines re-jigged

Boffins: Dolphins call each other NAMES. Not RUDE ones!

'Oy! Whistle-squeak-whistle! Get your ass over here'

Ubuntu boss: I want to make a Linux hybrid mobe SO GIVE ME $32m

Donate $830 today, Penguinistas, and maybe get an Um Bongo phone by 2014

Yes, UK fanbois, you can now use iPhones as bonking aids!

Bonkmania slips onto Apple gear thanks to EE and Moneto

E-shopkeepers stabbed with SQL needles 'twice' as much as other sites

US number-one source of injection attacks, says security biz

SanDisk starts beating path to 3D NAND flash

Reckons product ready for market by 2015

Dear diary, new twirling models, $630m from WD, v. good day - Seagate

And only a 'leaked' roadmap to spoil it

Cisco coughs $2.7bn for Sourcefire

Gorges on intrusion prevention tech player

Sammy had Sweet Fanny Adams to do with Swiss Fanny madam's blast

Teen's thigh-roasting phone EXPLOSION: THE TRUTH

Yahoooo! - Activist! investor! leaps! overboard! jingling! with! cash!

'Confident' Marissa has 'bright future' at helm, but frankly doesn't care any more

SAP CEOs are like Highlanders - there can be only one

"Our Bill's missing a Jim" says founder

OpenStack wranglers release Atmos-on-a-budget object store

SwiftStack touts object store for dollars per terabyte

DataStax bags $45 million to massage Cassandra

Funding foretells coming storm for trad database vendors

Divers nearly DEVOURED by HUNGRY SEA BEASTS

VideoCalifornia pair come thiiiis close to being humpback whale hors d'oeuvres

Texas man charged in multimillion-dollar Bitcoin Ponzi scheme

Risk-free investments carried some risk, it turns out

Apple earnings slip, but numbers beat Wall Street estimates

iPhone sales well above most predictions

Google adds storage buckets to plug cloud gap

Plonk your data where you like

Top server host OVH warns of 'multi-stage' hacking attack

'Higher level of paranoia' suggests EU and US users should change passwords

Verizon offers Motorola mobe with 48-HOUR battery life

Three new Droids debuted

Save spectrum for public safety: Oz parl't committee

Emergency services need 20 MHz of LTE band

VMware squeezes customers for stellar quarter

But where are the new punters, Pat?

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