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You mean it's not perfect? Google to ship first Chromecast software fix

Invisible update to bring hardly noticeable changes

USB accelerates to 10 Gbps

Version 3.1 signed off, Intel doesn't see it as unwelcome thunderbolt

Hackers crack femtocells to pwn then clone phones

Black Hat 2013"You should be ditching femtocells altogether"

Snowden's XKeyscore revelations challenged

Job ads for latest NSA horror ran in 2010

Boffins use lasers to detect radio waves

Making light work of noise reduction

US and China make major bilateral anti-piracy bust

Officers nab fake Apple, Samsung and Blackberry kit

Chubby-chasing sex trolls ran me offline, says fashion blogger

'Fatshion' selfie-taker unwittingly became pervs' pinup

D-Link patches vid storage units

Remote access and attack vulns

China's army releases FPS trainer game

'Glorious Mission Online' offers chance to frag invaders, inhale propaganda

Boffins: We have FOOLED APPLE with malware app

Black Hat 2013Also raise iOS malware-over-power-jack claims

'Steve Jobs killed music biz', but Bon Jovi don't mind Google Glass

Ageing rockers become Glassholes for a gig, record footage of ... nothing, really

Syrian Electronic Army no longer just Twitter feed jackers... and that's bad news

Hackers now target VoIP apps, directories, spewing Trojans as they go - infosec bods

HALF of air passengers leave phones on ... yet STILL no DEATH PLUNGE

Hello? Hello? Damn, really bad signal here 10km above the Atlantic

Ministry of Fun launches news quiz - and the BBC is in its sights

Heyyyy... self-actualising media nodes: What do you think about your news-givers?


+CommentNet Neutrality campaigners shocked, shocked

The O2 4G Lottery: Are YOU in one of the three LUCKY cities?

But you'll need a new phone, SIM for network's breakneck mobe broadband

Speaking in Tech: Will Google's telly dongle dangle ding Apple?

PodcastPlus – StorageZilla channels Carl Sagan from beyond the grave-rave-rave

Apple kingpin springs to Beijing, pings telco kings: Flog our iPhone things

Cook puts millions of Chinese on the menu

First Austin, now live across the US: Watch Americans pay by bonk

ISIS ready for action later this year, but MCX stands ready to squish it

LOHAN serves up Raspberry Pi sensorgasmotry

Inside our spaceplane mission's fruity electronics

Police probe IDIOTIC Twitter bomb threats slung at journalists

Trolls standing on the platform edge. Easy now

You're doing WHAT with friends? Zynga sues Bang With Friends maker

Farmville biz lobs trademark sueball at secret bunk-up app

Gmail, and e-voting 'pwned' on stage in crypto-dodge hack

Black Hat 2013Once you enter, you can never leave logout

Highway from HELL: Volcano tears through 35km of crust in WEEKS

Costa Rica eruption proves it doesn't always take thousands of years

Zuck on this, Twitter! Now Facebook switches on embedded posts

Share and share alike so revenues can spike ... bitch

While rest of Britain partied, Probrand spent Olympic year recovering

Sales and profits rise after 2011 slump

Edward Snowden skips into Russia as Putin grants him asylum

NSA whistleblower gains 12-month approval to stay

Happy 20th birthday, Windows NT 3.1: Microsoft's server outrider

I remember when you were BSODing all over my shoulder

Wikipedians say no to Jimmy's 'buggy' WYSIWYG editor

Thanks, but it's quicker to hand-code our edits

Quizzed Quantum veep quashes hardware quit rumours

InterviewHenrik Rosendahl waxes lyrical about spinning rust

Asus staggers into summer heatwave thirsty for sales, sweating profit

Stacking those tabs high causes bottom line wobble

WHOMP: Mega UK services player Phoenix IT falls back into the ashes

We're not exactly on fire, are we boys?

Softcat smashes through £400m sales barrier

Reports of the death of reselling greatly exaggerated, it would seem

HP UK channel man Bourguet to be crowned consumer veep

Stepping into his shoes will mean sitting in the hot seat. Erm ...

'Mm, we do love tweeters' private info, we'll take 40% more,' say world's g-men

And that's not even counting the secret snoop requests

Nokia sidles up to Qualcomm, hands over bulging map package

IZat a bunch of floorplans in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?

Samsung snaps up Cisco enterprise director for B2B push

Senior salesman strolls sideways to Sammy

MPs get secret squirrel dossier of 'lawyers, megabiz hiring hackers'

Light may yet shine on list of firms allegedly using dodgy dicks

Steady as she goes at Three, no unseemly dash to be Four

It isn't JUST the name thing, insists airy data peddler

People really liked our Xperia. Throw in a weak yen and KERCHING - Sony

Japanese firm does better than expected in the June quarter

Cray posts modest loss, awaits Q4 revenue wave

Technical issue with 'Titan' super – now fixed – eats into profits

Micron buys Apple supplier Elpida for $2bn, becomes world's No 2 DRAM baker

One minute you're in Idaho, the next you're Taiwan's 2nd-biggest employer

Benchmark bods reckon NetApp storage has the edge over Isilon

Analysts rate FAS arrays as numero uno

Google scientists rebel over company's support for 'climate-hoax' Senator

Throws 'Don't be evil' back in Page and Brin's faces

Apple files patent for iPhone enabled auto-adjustable auto interior

CEO Cook: 'Apple can do this in a unique way and better than anyone else'

Imation posts FOURTEENTH loss-making quarter

On a good note, losses this time are a bit smaller

Facebook: 'Don't worry, your posts are SECURE with us'

Never mind PRISM, you've got HTTPS by default

Security breach at Opscode as attackers download databases

UpdatedAttack blocked in five minutes flat

Hackers induce 'CATASTROPHIC FAILURE' in mock oil well

Black Hat 2013'Trivially easy' SCADA exploit could mean liquid CYBERGEDDON is nigh

Oracle forging Exa server virtualization appliance

Taking on Dell, HP, and IBM for infrastructure clouds

HDS scores 6PB slice of Oz research cloud

Another RDSI node falls into place

Russian Zuckerberg to Snowden: 'Come work for книга лиц  VKontakte'

NSA leaker gets job offer from top Slavic social site

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