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Samsung rolls out first mass-produced 3D NAND flash memory chip

The reports of NAND's death, Sammy says, are greatly exaggerated

CSC enslaves Infochimps to create army of big data monkeymen

Integrator announces acquisition alongside income boost from cost-cutting

US feds: 'Let's make streaming copyrighted content a FELONY'

SOPA zombie may creep, undead, out of its deservéd grave

Twitter hardens two-factor authentication with app-based secure logins

SMS, phone number no longer needed

Smashing your phone? There's an app stupid game for that

Send Me to Heaven gamifies wanton destruction of landfill phones

Actifio plans wider data management portfolio

CEO Ashutosh says copy data is just the beginning

Bloke straps shed to Ford Zephyr and chases it on bike

Next challenge: 100mph cycle dash behind Ford Capri

End of an era as Firefox bins 'blink' tag

Blink and you'll miss it or good riddance to bad tag?

Queensland bans IBM from future work

You probably can be fired for buying IBM in the Sunshine State

See a young Brit's mobe? 55% chance it has nekkid selfies on it, claims poll

And 66% chance it doesn't have a PIN or password - jackpot!

Top Brit biz giants love to outsource IT so much, they're gonna do it more

The only way is up ... and out of the business

Penguins, I give you: The SOLAR-POWERED Ubuntu laptop

'All-terrain, off-road, sport-utility' thing takes 'just 2 hours' to charge

Google patents swish, swosh, swoosh pattern unlock app swipe

Here you are, Angry Birds. Yes, we patented that

Tax dodging? It's harder to do - and rarer - than you think

VideoWhat are Amazon and Apple really getting away with?

The terrifying tech behind this summer's zombie assault

FeatureAnd how 1GB should get you a poke in the eye from Winslet

UK plods cuff another bloke in Twitter violence threat probe

Man quizzed at Bristol cop shop following bomb and rape tweets

Brit Skylon spaceplane moves closer to lift-off

Single stage to orbit launches by 2020?

Facebook turns tables on profile stalkers with News Feed tweak

We know you LIKE that ... bitch

Yahoo! announces! plan! to! change! logo! 30! times! this! month!

Do! not! fret! – exclamation! is! staying! Really?! It! irritates! you?!

'Look, give us Snowden' - this Friday's top US-Russia talks revealed

Obama's highest lieutenants to meet Putin's top brass in military co-op confab

Steelie Neelie finds phone calls are cheaper in Latvia than in Luxembourg

+CommentStone the Kroes! Are they really?

NO, ELEPHANTS, it's we DOLPHINS who NEVER FORGET our best pals

Brainy sea minxes clock their chums even after 20 or more years apart

Hacktivists torch C4's Jon Snow's web diary, reveal 'nuke strike' on Syria

Breaking news, literally

Seagate's shingle bathers stalked by HGST's helium HAMR-head sharks

Next-gen drives strip off, paraded in the sun, but what lurks in the depths?

Rival French mobe firms sue Orange and Vivendi's SFR for €1.4bn

Bouygues et amis demand payout after free call fracas

Tough luck, bumpkins! Blighty broadband speed gap misery worsens

Cities hit 26.4Mbit/s average, countryside stuck in 9.9Mbps gear

Systemax turnaround plan off the rails as losses widen

Sales down, US and UK blamed

Vodafone flashes bulging package at Brits: New 4G service to rival EE, O2

Forget the speed, this is about football

Patent tank VirnetX fires 'secure domain name' design claim at Apple

New claim follows $368m victory just a month ago

Acer shakes fist at rising DRAM and R&D costs

Swings to net loss AGAIN in Q2

Annus Horribilis for Avnet Inc

Spent $268m on acquisitions in fiscal '13, sales still declined

Apple can't dump Samsung, it needs those iPad displays – report

Never mind that patent war thing, we're still BFFs

Nokia Siemens Networks to 'axe 8,500 jobs' amid biz gobble

Siemens sells NSN share to Nokia, sales slide sparks staff cuts fears

Manning's max sentence cut, may only spend up to 90 years in the cooler

Well, better than 1,632 months the Wikileaking private was facing

Citrix weaves together XenClient hypervisor and XenDesktop VDI stack

Adds personal disk for semi-custom virty PCs

Suspected brains behind bank-account-draining Gozi extradited to US

Latvian gov votes to ship alleged Trojan co-conspirator to New York

Google adds crowd control tech to infrastructure cloud

Load balancing closes gaps with Amazon and Microsoft

Internet giant you may still remember (AOL) gobbles vid ad biz Adap.tv

Blows $322m to become 'number two' to Google's YouTube

Obama cancels meeting Putin in Russia, says Snowden 'a factor'

But he's still just a hacker, right Mr. President?

Malicious snoopware targeting India found at tiny Midwest ISP

'Official' decoys hide potential espionage campaign

E-reader barons file FCC plea to opt out of disabled-friendly regs

'Is this an electronic book or an IPTV service' asks regulator

Chip makers shine up wafers and foils for 25th Hot Chips jamboree

One Power, two Sparcs, lots of X86s, but no ARMs to speak of

Doom guy teleports into VR startup Oculus Rift

Longtime supporter John Carmack takes CTO helm

US federal judge: Yes, Bitcoin IS MONEY

Texas Bitcoin trader must stand trial for securities fraud

SGI backs away from public clouds, chases HPC and big data

Shrinks losses and boosts sales a bit in fiscal 2013

VCs toss gold into DigitalOcean

Funding lets scrappy hoster expand server fleet

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