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Dumpsters begone! App matches diners with leftovers to broke, hungry

What could possibly go wrong? Swarming gendarmes, for one

Google's second-gen Nexus 7 fondleslab STRIPPED BARE

TeardownHidden fiddly bits exposed to world+dog

Sony and Panasonic plan 300GB Blu-Ray replacement for 2015

Will anyone bother with a standards war?

The Old Reader evicts Google Reader refugees

Tired, overworked operators reject the startup life

Nvidia buys Portland Group for compiler smarts

C++ and Fortran to span ARM and GPU ceepie geepies

Foxtel farewells 3D TV, citing lack of content

The content never got beyond two dimensions, now the images stay that way

MS brandishes 'Katana' HTTP/2.0 server

Redmond brings its next-generation web server out to play

Japanese boffins build 'robotic skin'

Bendy circuits thinner than cling film

Robot cop called in after MAD BONGER blown up in LIQUID MARIJUANA EXPLOSION

Dopey Colorado man gets baked

Bank of Thailand bans Bitcoin

Buying and selling Bitcoin banned, mining them still okay

Microsoft to Google: Please remove us from internet

Automated sueball generator mistakenly requests takedown of pages

Russia's post-Snowden spooks have not reverted to type

Typewriter tender reveals FSO wants ribbons for old machines, not just new kit

QLogic's save-the-biz pitch: Ditch the switch glitch - get rich

Server adapter firm to focus on, er, server adapters...

Crumbs, we're going to lose that public sector bid - Jeeves, send for the lawyers

Hyper-competitive businesses file ever more complaints

Selfridges dreaming of a snot-themed Christmas

Smock'n'frock shop in pop-up mock stock shock

Irish watchdog won't probe Apple, Facebook over PRISM... but COULD IT?

AnalysisYes, and it SHOULD, says information law specialist

Typical! Google's wonder-dongle is a solution looking for a problem

AnalysisWhere's the CONTENT?

Emulex rustles up a Mulligan for its hungry network gumble floggers

New ops bigwig worked for arch-rival QLogic

Syrian Electronic Army hijack Reuters' Twitter feed

Pro-Assad hacktivists fail to crack White House website

Data analytics nears adulthood but has it grown up yet?

Here's how things work in the real world...

PEAK APPLE: iPad market share hits the skids

Ghost of Jobs weeps as titan's legacy crumbles

China Labor Watch gumshoes uncover TOP SECRET PLASTIC IPHONE

How long did you wor- OHMYHEAVENS new iPhone!

Exposed: RSPCA drills into cops' databases, harvests private info

ExclusiveAnimal charity gets its paws on police data - and nobody appears to be watching

AMD's newest chip: Another step toward 'transformation'

Server chips aren't all the AMD-ARM partnership will bring to the data center

Jurors start stretch in the cooler for Facebooking, Googling the accused

'Always wanted to f**k up a paedo, now I’m within the law!' Guess again, sonny

Plods probe death threat tweets to MP - but who will rid us of terrible trolls?

+CommentHave a word with their mothers

Oracle deploys lawyers against Solaris fix-it duo

More allegations of third parties pinching Ellison & Co's code

BT's new broom turns out to be carving knife: Retail wing sliced in half

Two-headed beast sent into 'four-way tussle with Sky, Virgin and TalkTalk'

Dragons' Den Jones' etail biz Expansys back in the red

Reports £18.8m loss as retail sales dive, one-off costs soar

Wikileaker Bradley Manning's court martial verdict expected today

Army private faces life in prison for 'aiding the enemy'

UK economy to lose £198m if BBC and pals lose EPG slots - Ministry of Fun

Wants laws protecting Brit media makers' special place

Lingering fingerprint fingering fingered in iOS 7 for NEW iPHONE

Biometric clue stashed in latest Cupertino beta

All-flash Hitachi array grabs silver in benchmark race - by a whisker

Still utterly outpaced by all-RAM monster in pole position

Cisco and NetApp engage in light consensual FlexPoddery

Channel laps up new storage design templates

UK the 'number 1 target' of online gangsters in 25 countries - e-crime report

+CommentCyber crime: It's like 'NUCLEAR WAR'...

Alcatel-Lucent takes Qualcomm coin for personal 4G network tech

Chips lined up for future Small Cells

Cyber jihad as Indonesia and Bangladesh hack each other off the web

Hackers bring down hundreds of websites

WikiLeaker Bradley Manning found not guilty of 'aiding the enemy'

Still facing over a century in military prison

IBM expands Penguin-loving Power server lineup

Pre-emptive four-socket Power7+ Linux strike ahead of Intel Xeon E7 assault

Microsoft lobs second Windows 8.1 preview at enterprise IT admins

Lock down those Start screens!

IT pricing inquiry sparks Game of Thrones for rights-holders

It's time to revisit Australia's siphoning laws

Dutch banks get nod to inhale Amazon cloud

All of a country's fortune floating in the aether – what could possibly go wrong?

CSIRO, Macquarie University, on helium-saving crusade

Voice-altering fun soon to be available with recycled gas

MIT clears itself of responsibility for Aaron Swartz's prosecution

Father says the university failed its 'moral obligation' to his son

OpenStack 'will be derailed' if it mimics AWS, bellows Scoble

Rackspace mouthpiece demands OpenStack become 'innovation competitor'

Big Blue beats path to Australia's north-west

Plus: new cable mooted to land near Pilbara

Red ink not as deep as expected for Fujitsu in Q1

Systems integration, networking, and weakened yen save the day

Microsoft Surface sales numbers revealed as SHOCKINGLY HIDEOUS

Wrote down more inventory charges than it took in revenue

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