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Chicago Mercantile Exchange floats Wall Street cloud

Trade IaaS resources just like hogs, sugar, and anything else

Microsoft Surface 2 fondleslabs finally get off ground with airline order

Scribblets to replace paper files for pilot flight aids at Delta

NASA finds use for 3D printers: Launch them into SPAAACE

Aims to fab spare parts for space station out of squirty plastic

BitTorrent trialling P2P secure messaging

Going where Lavabit and Silent Circle fear to tread

Google adds Large Hadron Collider tunnel to Street View

Images show atom-smashing is a surprisingly dirty business

Quantum computing gets recursive

Quis custodiet ipsos quanta?

Yahoo! Pays! Paltry! $12.50! Bug! Bounty! For! Nasty! Email! Vuln!

And even that had to be spent on Yahoo! tat

Barmy Army to get Wi-Fi to the seat for cricket's Ashes

Sydney Test Match will offer replays to the smartmobe

The LSD guru, the 1980s pop-star and video games to reprogram your brain

Code from psychedelics legend Timothy Leary unearthed

Multipath TCP: Siri's new toy isn't a game-changer

This experiment is an alpha and carriers could swat it like a bug

HP promises software-defined networking 'ecosystem' and app store

Networks that cater to software's every whim, without upsetting Virtzilla

GCHQ's CESG CCP 4 UK GOV IT BFFs? LOL RTFA INFOSEC VIPs ASAP

Yet another security certificate fiddled with by Brit spooks

Samsung: Sod off Apple, we've made gold mobes for way longer than you

'Go back to queuing for a pink iPhone from your favorite frivolous-lawsuits company'

Missing Brit SPACE HEDGEHOG RISES from the GRAVE

PicsBattered CASSiE miraculously found in Nottinghamshire field

Flash fettlers Fusion-io scoop IBM as reseller partner

So that's why Big Blue dumped TMS' server flash cards

Ubuntu 13.10: Meet the Linux distro with a bizarre Britney Spears fixation

ReviewSearch me, baby, one more time

Facebook allows full personal data ransack with Graph Search

Posts, updates, the lot. Our ad sales will boom. Mwu-ha-haaaa ... bitch

Big data: You've got to spend a dollar ... to make fifty-two cents – report

Maybe it's not the gold mine the hype-sters thought it was

TUPPERWARE FOUND ON MOON of Saturn

Plastic food boxes boldly go where no plastic food boxes have gone before (Titan)

LIVE, my beauty, LIVE! Nokia revives dead phone with LIGHTNING powered Frankencharger

VidYes, Igor! The Third Switch!

AT&T takes on Google fiber, fixin' to give Texans GIGABIT GUNS

1Gbps, to a few people, some of the time

Google gets closer to EU antitrust deal over search dominance 'abuse'

Likelier than ever to avoid fines, having to admit wrongdoing

NASA's search for habitable planets maps ALIEN CLOUD-WORLD

First step to finding breathable atmosphere

Ex-Sun journalist charged with handling a stolen mobile phone

Operation Tuleta investigation lands suspect in court

Seagate to storage bods: You CAN touch this (at last). Stop, HAMR time

We've talked about it for a while... next month, you'll actually *see* it

Profit healthy, sales up, 4,000 staff face axe. Cisco CEO, here's your pay doubled to $21m

Switch giant routes huge packet to biz supremo

500 MEELLION PCs still run Windows XP. How did we get here?

Just six months to go: what to do if you don't have $200 per PC

McAfee the man launches 'NSA-thwarting' $100 privacy gizmo

Pretending to be Guatemalan trinket peddler not disguise ENOUGH*

'Quarter' of TWO-MILLION-strong zombie PC army lured to their deaths

Pied piper Symantec says it led infected computers into sinkhole

Ad giant Google makes new 'abuse' case offer to EU antitrust cops

But revised fix yet to be made public

Hackers just POURING through unpatched Internet Explorer zero-day hole

Oh, sysadmins. It's so much worse than we feared – report

Amazon to hire over 85,000 temporary elves for Christmas

Mega etailer to take on 15,000 in UK and 70,000 in US for seasonal rush

US.gov - including NASA et al - quits internet. Is the UN running it now?

'Due to a lapse in funding, the US federal government has shut down'

Icahn to Cook: 'Buy back $150bn of Apple's stock, or tell me why you won't'

'I'm certainly not threatening anything,' says activist investor – yet

Splunk plunks seductive AaaS on Amazon cloud

Data analysis firm gins up free cloud offer

'I don't trust Microsoft' after NSA disclosures says former privacy chief

Open source is the way to go warns Bowden

Half-Life 3: CONFIRMED?

Valve files for trademark in Europe

'The NSA set me up,' ex-con Qwest exec claims

Former CEO says refusal to help spies cost him his freedom

GTA V Online hits speed bumps: Short wait before you can rough up that hooker

Word. Let's bounce

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