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China's corruption crackdown killing off Unix

EMC chaps say big projects look suspicious in current political climate

Hack Yahoo gave up to China is released from prison

Shi Tao gets out of jail 15 months early

Put down the (cod)piece and step away: Artist cuffed after sculpture cockup

'I just wanted to show off my art' laments todger-toting Swede

Indian spooks snooping without ISP knowledge

'Lawful Intercept and Monitoring' systems don't sound very lawful

Microsoft's VDI deals make Windows Server cheapest desktop OS

Licences say hosts must tie virty desktops to dedicated SANs and servers

BAN THIS SICK FILCH: Which? demands end to £1.50-per-min 'help' lines

Consumer group reckons it should be cheaper to call banks and public bodies

IRON MAN MUSK: Elon reveals Tony Stark-style 3D design smarts

VideoVid of hand-gesture controlled hologram debuts on web vid hit

Don't tell the D-G! BBC-funded study says Beeb is 'too right wing'

Too many businessmen and not enough 'organised labour', reckons Marxist bookworm

Deutsche Telekom: We don't need no steenkin' set tops

IFA 2013Appears to back CloudTV in its searched for virtualised solution

Peugeot 208 GTi: The original hot hatch makes a comeback

ReviewAt last, a second, small GTi Pug worthy of the badge

Ofcom set to fatten up London's White Space TV spectrum

Gogglebox enthusiasts rejoice - unless you're near Wembley

BING! Microsoft plants Xbox Music flagpoles in Android and iOS

Gets the jump on Apple's iTunes Radio

Google Nexus 7 2013: Fondledroids, THE 7-inch slab has arrived

ReviewProbably the best tablet in the world

Enterprise storage: A history of paper, rust and flash silicon

Has anything really changed since the punch card era?

Google submits YET ANOTHER offer to fix 'search dominance' in EU

Antitrust commish speaking softly for now - while fingering his big regulatory stick

Smartwatch news: Sleek-but-vaporous timepiece promised by... NISSAN?

Concept timepiece for folk who fear aquaplaning off the social networking motorway

Vulture 2 autopilot reports for duty

Sexy open source kit to control LOHAN spaceplane

Amazon DENIES launch of iPhone-killing freebie smartphone

What you talkin' 'bout Willis 'people familiar with the matter'?

Apple prepares to unleash iPhone 5S, 5C for the GREAT BRAWL OF CHINA

Not one, but two new Jesus phones on way

Brit online property bazaar Zoopla ponders BILLION-pound flotation

Could net founder Alex Chesterman £100m, allow him to buy SEVERAL houses in London

Ofcom's head Ed may yet run the Beeb: UK gov 'mulls axing BBC Trust'

If at first you don't succeed at becoming the director-general, try, try again wait it out

Ultralight party balloons in WEEK-LONG marathon flight

Brits' payloads travel suggestively all over Europe

NSA slides reveal: iPhone users are all ZOMBIES

OK, not literally. Plus: Our favourite spooks show us how to hack an iPhone – report

Sophos pulls out spade, fills in holes in Web Appliance

Uproots root privilege route, covers it over

Reelin' in the years: Tracking the history of magnetic tape

Anniversary featurePart One: From wheels of steel to ribbons of rust

Verizon finally drags FCC into court fisticuffs to end one-speed internet for all

ISP, watchdog to duke it out over control of web download rates

The bank that likes to say... crash: TSB's online banking goes titsup on launch day

Gremlins hit as bank splits from Lloyds

ICAHN'T with this guy: Activist investor gives up battle with Big Mike

Icahn throws in towel on trying to stop founder taking Dell private

'Beat the lie detectors' trainer sentenced to 8 months in jail

Clients included sex offenders and undercover cops, say cops

Can't get enough of flashy upstarts, can you, WD? Firm pays $685m for Virident

New CEO inks deal, hands it off to HGST

Microsoft does a U-turn, releases Windows 8.1 to developers early after all

Visual Studio 2013 release candidate also available

Kamikaze Moon mission on track as NASA grips its tumbling LADEE

VideoSPACE LASER broadband system safe for testing

Telstra's Thodey is NBN kingmaker after Oz election

The shape of yesterday things to come is about to be revealed

Malware culprit fingered in mysterious Tor traffic spike

Spammy botnet got sneaky

Gartner complains no public cloud is good enough for business

Amazon, Microsoft, Rackspace all fail to deliver key features

Microsoft to unveil new Surface slabs at September 23 event

Hush-hush invites tease Windows tablets to come

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