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Amazon extends IP configurability across virtual private cloud

Greater choice for IP allocation in premier cloud tech

HP hammered in servers, storage, and PCs in fiscal Q3

Not much fun in services, either, but software showed life

Corruption cops warn on old-school project management

NSW's Independent Commission Against Corruption issues procurement guidance

Bulgarian bloke blabs LG's smart watch plan

Flexible displays on the way from Korea's other colossal electronics-maker

ASIO seeks new hires for telecoms interception teams

Job ads at suggest Australia's main spook house will do lots more hanging on the telephone

New use for old iPhones: Watch your house get robbed in REAL-TIME

Now you can yell: 'Oi, my mum gave me that' at your rapidly disappearing iThing

NSC Group slurped by Telstra

UC integrator brings extra Avaya and MSFT muscle to Big T's network apps business

India's subidised student tablet lands in US schools

Tablet for impoverished Indian kids now helping disadvantaged American kids

UK mulls ban on tiny mobiles to block prison smugglers

Asks retailers to stop sales

APNIC boffins may enlist TCP to defend DNS

Just changing protocols could silence amplification attacks

Flash! Ah-ahh! Saviour of the universe? It'll save every one of us?

Ball-gazers see future for flash-disk mutants, unsure about purebreds

Battery-free e-ink screen grabs screenshots from smartphones

NFC-powered tech useful for those who know they'll forget

Gambling addict IT boss gets 7 years' porridge for £19m swindle

Systems chief at power firm

Tech quango coughs £800k to hook your child up to Internet of Things

Sensors, servers and storage split between eight English high schools

Reg hack battles Margaret Thatcher's ghost to bring broadband to the Highlands

Swat the Not Spot

Google hits the Translate button on Google+

Not your mother tongue? We'll turn it into a mangled approximation. Please use us

Ubuntu Edge crowdsauce cash stash comes up short

Community-backed smartphone still breaks record for dosh-slosh

Samsung's amazeballs 3D V-NAND SSD not THAT much better than predecessor

It's a real power-sipper, though

Small biz isn't finding it any easier to bag govt IT contracts

Survey: Tiny number of firms say it's a bit better, despite Whitehall push

Hacktivists boast of English Defence League KO after website downed

Anonymous-affiliated bods claim fresh scalp of far-right group

No signal in Seascale? Countryside Alliance wants to hook you up

No really, hunting and fishing chaps want to help not-spot spotters

Four ways the Guardian could have protected Snowden – by THE NSA

AnalysisSpooks' own advice lays out exactly how this crypto wypto hypto thing works

World's ONLY virtualised snapshot firm refreshes product: Here, take a sniff

Rival-free Actifio hopes latest version can tempt cloudy bods

Nokia's PHAB-ULOUS comeback attempt: Huge WinPho 8 mobe rumoured

And whisperings of a Windows RT tablet, too

EXPLICIT VID: Man filmed trying to bang brand new 'budget iPhone'

Poor man's Jesus mobe reportedly smothered in indestructible LiquidMetal

Total cost of that axed NHS IT FIASCO to taxpayers: £10.1bn

Patient records system contract still grinding to a halt

Config management: Enemy of agile approach or the reason it WORKS?

Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes (turn and face the strain)

iCloud outage outrage: Look, iPhoto friends, kitty just learned to... NOOO

Millions affected by outage in Apple's online services

EMC, you big tease! At last, the specs for million-IOPS VNX2

Small biz, or got petabytes to crunch? There's something for everyone

Need the loo AND need to build a website? There's an app for that

Dammit, Roger, I can't wait for Windows 98 to boot

Yahoo! web! traffic! BIGGER! THAN! GOOGLE! in! July!

Purple Palace reigns supreme. And it's not even thanks to porn

Snowden journo's partner wins partial injunction on seized data

Government can't 'inspect, copy or share' – except to protect 'national security'

Microsoft 'cooperates' with wide US cash-for-contracts bribery probe

DoJ, SEC poke into claims of kickbacks in Russia, Pakistan

Google cursed its own phones with wacked Wi-Fi, say Nexus users

Android 4.3 a backward step for some

Kim Kardashian's bosom pal in bling snatch Instagram unpleasantness

Pic'Punk' swooped after posh nosh wristy app snap - NYP

Amazon tightens grip on cloud market, report shows

Data reveals cloud inferiority complex in other vendors

NASDAQ halts stock trading, citing data-feed glitch

UpdatedApple, Microsoft shares affected by trading suspension

Bradley Manning is no more. 'Call me Chelsea,' she says

WikiLeaker makes statement after the trial is done

HotLink rolls VMware virty servers out to the Amazon cloud

Disaster recovery for the cost of backup

CipherCloud lands in Oz

Cunning key caper laughs in the face of spooks, sovereignty

Lenovo to ship all new PCs with Start Menu replacement

Old-school launcher included because YOU DEMANDED IT

Piston links with Cloud Foundry, forges CYBORG CLOUD

Pivotal's PaaS wired into OpenStack IaaS

NASA restarts WISE telescope to spot potential Earth-killers

WISEly getting the most bang for its space buck

Xerox begins rolling out patches for jumbled-numbers copier glitch

Innumerate devices enlighted by downloadable fix

'Congressional watchdog' reports patent trolling rising fast

129% more defendants in recent years, 89% of those in software-patent lawsuits

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