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MongoDB speaks elephantese with Hadoop Connector upgrades

10Gen proves square JSON pegs can be inserted into round HDFS holes

West Australia guarantees SKA funding to 2019

$AU26 million for ICRAR

Sony sets dates for US and Euro PS4 unleashment amid Xbox heckles

'It's about the gaming, stupid'

US highway agency awards Tesla Model S record safety score

'Sure, 5 is the highest possible NHTSA rating, but we deserve a 5.4'

US government nabbed $2.9m in May Bitcoin seizure

Mt. Gox's Dwolla account yielded a pretty purse

Intel adds Lustre support to Hadoop

Chipzilla hopes HPC owners get busy with map reduce in their spare time

Kodak's new life to begin in September

Smile and say 'B2B' as judge okays bankruptcy exit

Vietnamese city drinks the smart city kool aid

Da Nang switches on free metro Wifi and charges towards e-government

Oz sawbones extract fork from old boy's todger: Gents, start your wincing

NSFLDown Under cutlery mishap ends with 'forceps traction and copious lubrication'

Chinese firm applies for 'Edward Snowden' trademark

'Top secret' e-car tech puts whistleblower on wheels

Intel bakes super-snooper to stop industrial espionage

Hadoop-based tool sniffs 4bn network events a day, may end up as McAfee product

Space-walker nearly OPENED HELMET to avoid DROWNING

Luca Parmitano blogs his horror sortie

Japan's unwanted IT workers dumped in 'forcing-out rooms'

Firms bore unwanted workers into bailing

Wait, don't ditch that IT career just yet: UK vacancies hit 5-year high

Dust off those SQL, C# and C skills, consider not living in the north east

Brazilians tear strip off NSA in wake of Snowden, mull anti-US-spook law

South Americans demand web privacy as PRISM journalist's Brazilian boyfriend held

Wow, the future is HERE: Charge your phone (wirelessly) in your CAR

Cigarette lighter adapter not good enough? Rarely brake? You're in luck

Forget hackers - storms and snafus are bigger threat, say infosec bods

More downtime caused by snow than black hats, EU study finds

UK micro pioneer Chris Shelton: The mind behind the Nascom 1

Archaeologic...and Clive Sinclair's PgC Intel-beating wonder chip

3D printers stroke LOHAN's shapely midriff

Vulture 2 fuselage begins to take shape

'Hacked' estate agency Foxtons breaks glass, pulls password reset cord

10,000 account logins feared leaked all over the web

Mystery of Guardian mobos and graphics cards which 'held Snowden files'

Non-volatile storage apparently volatilised in angle-grinder orgy

Barnes & Noble booked for running out of £29 Nooks

ASA raps retailer for deep discount that only lasted a few days

Assange's WikiLeaks Party running-mate departs in blaze of glory

Oz politician's angry resignation letter says 6-fingered one was never at meetings

Whoosh, whiff, swiffle.. CLINK: Cleversafe chucks $50m in vault

Investors not shy about investing in object storage, are they?

Zuckerberg: I want the WHOLE WORLD in my hands

CommentLet me get you online and show you some ads ... bitch

Pinch to Xoom: Motorola settles trademark suit in confidential deal

Fondleslab name-change likely to have no effect whatsoever

'Symbolic' Grauniad drive-smash was not just a storage fail

Blocks and FilesThe whole thing was embarrassing, says Reg man Chris Mellor

Fame-hating planets don't need to hang around STARS – boffins

Born-free worlds were formed from humble dust clouds

Bradley Manning* sentenced to 35 years in prison

Wikileaking private could be freed in ten years

Dell spits up storage revenues after gobbling promising upstarts

How do you settle its parts when the whole is in upheaval?

Ubuntu devs to get 15-min code review, full SDK love – Canonical

Faster, smoother, sandboxier

Bank man: System's down, let's have coffee. Oh SNAP, where's all the CASH?

Hackers use DDoSes to distract staffers... while nicking MILLIONS

Salesforce rival SugarCRM scores $40m from Goldman Sachs

Will SaaSy player actually float this time?

Oh noes! New 'CRISIS DISASTER' at Fukushima! Oh wait, it's nothing. Again

But hey, let's soil ourselves repeatedly anyway

Microsoft fights Google for kids' attention with ad-free Bing for Schools

Finds a use for its RT stockpile, too

Yahoo! Japan drops UPS systems, crams batteries into servers

Fujitsu 'prefab data centers' cost less, burn less juice

A single company is responsible for 1 out of 4 BlackBerry apps

Hong Kong imports line virtual shelves at BlackBerry World

NSA admits slurping thousands of domestic emails with no terror connection

Turns out, the innocent have everything to fear

HP taps software hot-shot to run enterprise hardware

Donatelli gets a 'special assignment' to find new tech

Manning's lawyer plans presidential pardon campaign, says client will appeal

Assange declares 'tactical victory' from his Ecuadorian broom closet

Cisco goes public with major vulns

Unified comms, hosted collaboration need fixes

Jolla's first Sailfish phone preorders 'fully booked'

'Tens of thousands' of Linux-based mobes to arrive by Christmas

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