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Tor servers vanish as FBI swoops on kiddie-smut suspect

Reports say user IP addresses revealed, mail down, malware spreading

Microsoft cuts Surface Pro price by $100

The discounts keep coming at Crazy Steve's Bargain Tablet Barn

The Old Reader drops Google refugee eviction plan

'New corporate entity' takes over, begs users to stay

Davros liable to criticism for huge STRAW DALEK he never built

Giant Cheshire edifice actually intended to publicise 'Da Lick' ice cream. Argh!

Upgraded 3D printed rifle shoots 14 times before breaking

Version 2.0 'Grizzly' looks closer to lethal

Gov: Smart TV bods must protect users from smut-riddled badness

Who knows what lurks in the darkness of t'interwebs

Lumpy milk and exploding yoghurt? Your fridge could be riddled with MALWARE

Security bod predicts future where virus writers steal your lunch

Psst. Want to stop the data drip of leaky clouds but don't know how? Look here

StoragebodSync'n'share can be all wet. Here's some tools to help stem the flood

There's a tide of unstructured data coming - start swimming

Or you could just work out a plan...

Transdimensional rift appears above Australian bolt supplier

Possible chilling link to giant flying pliers above UK? Watch those skies

You CAN'T be a Silicon Roundabout hipster... you don't have Bluetooth socks

Quick, chuck us $80k so we can take care of that bulge

Multimillion-dollar sack of Microsoft cash soaks up Quantum's bloodbath

Spinning-down disk biz almost stained $148m sales in red ink

South Korea: We're 'concerned' that Obama saved Apple from ban

We're negotiating in good faith, but Apple won't take a licence, moans Samsung

Jimbo Wales: ISP smut blocking systems simply 'ridiculous'

Wikipedia man labels filters 'technologically incompetent'

Trouble closing the wallet, Joe? EMC boss Tucci's cloudy shares rain $10m

Cloudfather still sitting on shares worth $44m

Earn £8,000 a MONTH with bogus apps from Russian malware factories

DIY SMS-scam kits anyone can use - even your grandparents!

Microsoft loosens strings on Office 365, drops kimono on upgrade options

Family switch plan promised

Mobe networks hacked phones to fix SIM hijack flaw, says bug-finder

Bloke keeps schtum after JavaCard weakness exploited to squash it

World's FIRST TALKING SPACE ROBO-CHUM BLASTS OFF to the ISS

Domo arigato, Mr Roboto ... また会う日まで

Oi, trolls, BEHAVE! Twitter tweaks rules to tackle abusive twits

Media crapstorm forces microblogging site into action

Pernixdata: Psst, sysadmins – wanna virtualise that server-side flash?

VMware-boosting FVP set for general availability from tomorrow

Paid-for stuff likely to triumph over free – shock report

The future of TV might not be sneezing pandas

Bad timing: New HTML5 trickery lets hackers silently spy on browsers

Sub-millisecond precision in your rendering engine. What could possibly go wrong?

Sad shop-shelf-clinging BlackBerry Z10 AXED ... in price, contracts

Months-old £736 smartphone now absolutely free (ish)

IBM CEO doesn't forget Parris in Power and Mainframe top job lob

Rometty appoints GMs after swapping units' heads

Child porn hidden in legit hacked websites: 100s redirected to sick images

So warns the Internet Watch Foundation

ProfitBricks budget cloud in SECURITY FAIL

Security pro spanks upstart's floppy policies

IDC: Sluggish China to pinch global IT spending this year

Servers, storage in a worldwide 'cooling phase'

Posh potty owners flushed by dodgy Bluetooth password

Power behind the throne

Chinese Apple suppliers face toxic heavy metal water pollution charges

Foxconn denies allegations, Apple reiterates zero-tolerance stance

Sergey Brin's 'test-tube burger' cooked, eaten, declared meat-like

It helps if you ignore the odd color and funny taste

GenieDB uncorks database-as-a-service

Grants admins' wish for planet-spanning cloud-huffing MySQL

Lawyers seek $16m payday in Apple 'moist iDevice' settlement

Denied warranty service for your moistened kit? It's time to get in line for your pittance

Leaked docs: SOD squad feeds NSA intelligence to drug enforcement plods

It gets worse: DEA demands that enforcers lie about source of evidence

They don't recognise us as HUMAN: Disability groups want CAPTCHAs killed

Oz advocay group floats non-W3C-approved alternative

Ex-Cray supercomputer interconnect guru Scott leaves Nvidia for Google

Working on new systems at the Chocolate Factory

Amazon founder Bezos snaps up Washington Post

Citizen Kane 2.0 forks out $250 million for loss-making bauble

iiNet to buy Adam Internet

Swoops after Telstra's tilt tanks

Barbie paints Red Planet pink with NASA-approved Mars Explorer doll

Stylish take on classic space suit shuns gloves, oxygen

Upstart's 'FLASH KILLER' chips pack a terabyte per tiny layer

Resistive NVRAM provides a cornucopia of advantages over NAND, Crossbar claims

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