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Returning Acronis CEO plans Parallels universe

Serguei Beloussov has backup-as-a-service on the brain, but for how long?

Vietnam crimps online freedom of speech with 'Decree 72'

New law insists foreign companies use local servers, prevents sharing news on blogs

Microsoft buys Nokia's mobile business

Updated€5.44bn deal covers devices, patents, manufacturing and services

South Carolina couple cop cuffing for shed shag

Plenty of wood on display in DIY store copulation outrage, claim plods

Microsoft's Nokia plan: WHACK APPLE AND GOOGLE

Redmond 'cannot risk having Apple or Google foreclose app innovation'

ICANN destroys Google's dotless domain dream

Internet names overlord finishes new global top level domain checking process

Fukushima sends Japanese IT to the cloud

Disaster recovery planning has had a shakeup since 3/11

£250k fine for dumping council workers' files in Tesco bins, er, binned

CommentBut does this mean a change to ICO enforcement policy? Legal bod investigates

Beat the UK's incoming smut filter: Pre-censor your grumble flicks

SFWOh NO, we don't have money to pay you! Bow-chicka- EDIT *bzzzzt*

TiVo dives into pile of cash, steely eyed investors don't blink

AnalysisPatent cash from Cisco 'n' pals, loadsa subscribers – what do we have to do, guys?

Hitachi Data Systems says UK boss Ball dropped it

Transformed organisation but missed targets, whisper partners

Myst: 20 years of point-and-click adventuring

Antique Code ShowThe genre-defining game that made us all buy CD-ROM drives

Vodafone, can you get a signal at the top of your $130bn Verizon cash pile?

Verizon Wireless stake mega-deal sealed - now what to do with all that dosh

Torched £30 server switch costs phone firm millions in lost sales

Where is configuration management when you need it?

Syrian Electronic Army hacks US Marines, asks 'bros' to fight on its side

While US patriot hackers face off with pro-Assad hacktivists

10,000 app devs SLEEP together in four-day code-chat-drink tech orgy camp

PicHey, geeks: Hate the great outdoors? Now you can stay in a tent in a big tent

Techie Crotty will put £1m in Bletchley museum's kitty ... if you do the same

Donate to Blighty's computing history collection to unlock entrepreneur's dosh

WikiLeaks' Cablegate server touted on eBay for $3k-plus by Swedes

Assange™ memorabilia 'erased to NSA specs'

ICO probes clients of private investigators who broke the law on their behalf

Who knew what and when?

You must be croaking! Boffins reveal sound-gobbling frog's secret

PicWhy earless creature has to gulp down fellow amphibians' jibber-jabber

Microsoft - do you really think you can take on Google with Nokia?

Blocks and FilesYou're a bit tardy to phone catch-up party

Verizon, Experian and pals bag £25m to inspect Brits' identities for UK gov

And yet, no sign of PayPal

Tory think tank: Hey, civil servants! Work with startups to save £70bn

AnalysisRip up paper transactions, shove everything online by 2020

'WTF! MORONS!' Yahoo! Groups! redesign! traumatises! users!

'Vile, unfriendly interface' attacked by world+dog. But format stays

Intermedia's Exchange hive goes titsup ... and no one's answering calls

UpdatedPunters lose their cool as Microsoft email host goes down

Microsoft's $7.1bn Nokia gobble: Why you should expect the unexpected

AnalysisLumias, Elop, Windows Phone 8, yes... but patently, it's about patents

WD outs 'Mini Me' Red label NAS drives

2.5-inch HDDs for when 3.5-inchers are just too darn big

It's official: Apple sends out invitations for September 10 event

Tim Cook upstages Intel's Krzanich and James

TDK calls it quits on tape media thanks to 'difficult environment'

Will press the stop button in early 2014

Rackspace cracks wallet on cloud 'developer discount'

If you pay them, they will come

Researcher bags $12,500 after showing how to hack Zuck's pics

Critical flaw once again dismissed by security team

Intel readies server-grade Atom for microserver ARM wrestling

Avoton is what happens when you give Chipzilla time

Give us a break: Next Android version to be called 'KitKat'

Updated'Key Lime Pie' dropped for familiar chocolate wafers

iPhone rises, Android slips in US, UK

The big surprise: Windows Phone bagging smartphone newbies

Kindle Matchbook offers cheap digital copies of Amazon print purchases

Ebook add-ons to arrive in time for new Kindle Paperwhite in October

Canadian comet impact fingered for triggering prehistoric climate shift

Massive impact killed megafauna and pushed humans into agriculture

Intel's new top-dog desktop 'Extreme' CPU fails to excite geekerati

A decent enough chip, to be sure, but worth a thousand bucks to upgrade?

Microsoft soars above Amazon with cloud cache

Farms cash with cache that smacks down AWS ElasticCache

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