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Deloitte research says NBN a winner for households

Productivity, telework the big pluses, says government-commissioned study

Cisco pours cash into log management startup

Loggly gets multi-million dollar dosh infusion

Bionym bracelet promises to replace passwords with ECG biometrics

Until the battery dies or heart gives out, that is

AT&T helping US drug cops in 'vast, troubling' phone snoop scheme

Telco keeps records for 26 years and provides them at will

Canon climbs atop Facebook with over-the-top pic wrangler

TechEd AustraliaOnline service takes your face out of Facebook if trolls strike

VMware plans courseware on smartmobes for Asian sysadmins

Take note Microsoft: when PCs and bandwidth are scarce, services on mobes win

Cube computers come back with $US50 Android-or-Linux box

Eight cubic inch device is no Mac but could take bite from RPi sales

NASA releases first NuStar X-ray data burst

Calls for Astroboffins to sift data, come up with bright ideas for future missions

Furious Frenchies tell Apple to bubble off: Bling iPhone isn't 'champagne'

Oenophiles: Nous cracher sur votre téléphone horrible, ha ha

Citadel botnet resurges to storm Japanese PCs

Banking Trojan infects 20,000 IP addresses

Microsoft gives TechNet a one-off reprieve

Subscribers sneer at 'token effort' 90 day grace period

China, India the key to Micr-okia's fate says IDC

Low-budget Lumia, Asha overhaul needed but lack of apps still a problem

'Peeping while you're sleeping' NSA parody T-shirt ban BACKFIRES

Spoof garment pulled over lawsuit fears, triggers Streisand Effect instead

Anatomy of a killer bug: How just 5 characters can murder iPhone, Mac apps

AnalysisWhat evil lurks in the Unicode of Death ... oh, a buffer overrun

But it's only wafer thin: Skinniest keyboard EVER is designed by Camby biz

Brit biz in world first, sparks memories of crappy ZX81s

Doctors face tribunal over claims of plagiarism in iPhone app

Could lose their licences to practise if they control-V'ed from textbook

Decks and plugs and rock and roll: Tascam CD-A750 cassette and CD combo

Anniversary reviewI'll give you my tapes when you pry them from my cold, dead hands

Microsoft to extend D-day for incentive reforms, say partners

Channel: October launch date binned, January 'more likely'

Shareholders' advisors back Big Mike's deal to take Dell private

Companies reckon the price is right and it takes PC pressures off the firm

HDMI 2.0 spec arrives ... 1.0 years late

New released supports high frame-rate 4K TV goodness, and much, much more

Three used cheap deal to lure me into buying expensive slab, chap tells ASA

Toothless advertising watchdog shows mobe network its best frowny face

Twitter just got sh**tier: Natter emitter hit by code critter, fritters web glitter

Party like it's 2006 - because the site's gone back in time

MPs blocked from ogling 'web smut' 300,000 times – while in Parliament

Stiff, in-depth research thwarted by zealous electronic Mary Whitehouses

Barnes & Noble knock Nook slate down to £79

Readily rootable seven-inch Android slate, anyone?

The only thing holding Dell back is ... er, Mickey D himself

Blocks and FilesNamesake CEO might need to shift off box-shift to avoid revenue dip

LOHAN slowly strips lens caps off hi-def imaging arsenal

Lights, lots of cameras, plenty of action

UK fraud office hauls Olympus into court over accounting scandal

Japanese firm faces rap for beancounting coverup

Universal Credit CRUNCHED: Dole handouts IT system to be rebuilt

New boss says only good chunks will be rescued from £500m project

Ministry of Sound sues Spotify over user playlists

Streamers are 'copying' our curated compilations, claim music moguls

Xbox One launch date REVEALED - and it's on the 360's birthday

With Sony's cheaper PlayStation 4 hot on its little heels

LinkedIn looks at bank account, thinks: We'll raise one Instagram*

* That's $1bn, in freshly sold shares, ploughed straight into the biz

Snide hashtags, F1 cars, death by PowerPoint: I'm sick of EMC hypegasms

StoragebodGreat, the new kit. Where's the beef, chief?

Ofcom launches idiot's guide to traffic-shaping

'Streaming video is like driving a heavy lorry. But you're a car'

NAO: UK border bods not up to scratch, despite billion-pound facial recog tech

Agency slammed for cutting back on searches to deal with passport queues

Rotten routers caused Intermedia service crash, says CEO

Wanna qualify for SLA credits, got 72 hours

Intel's Avoton Atoms give microservers muscle – and Xeon-class features

Now we see if there is a real business here

Forget Mars: Let's get someone on the Moon – NASA veteran

Former Apollo chief wants to stick solar panels there to power up half of Earth

DON'T PANIC says Hynix, China fab explosion is no big deal

PicsFears of memory price spike misplaced says company

Kim Dotcom quits Mega to head new political party, fight extradition

'Mega is in excellent hands'

Australia votes and Vulture South picks the flesh off tech policy

The juiciest piece of all is the heart and whoever wins, Australia's will be broken

Amazon hits back at Microsoft with Redis ElastiCache

Bezos & Co enlist Memcached's younger, smarter brother in cloud war

Intel chases network gear and cold storage with Avoton Atoms

Chipzilla implies profits from peddling puny processors?

Second-gen Surface and Surface Pro rumored to be minor upgrades

But NO, Redmond hasn't given up on Windows RT

Intel shows off 'disaggregated' rack of servers, storage, and networking

Breaking up is no longer hard to do

Arbor slurps Packetloop

Plans expansion of Sydney operation

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