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Instagram: You'll LOVE our 'enjoyable' new feature. Yes, it's adverts

Time to start earning back Facebook's $715m

Ballmer intends to remain on Microsoft board after end of CEO gig

Yes, you WILL have him to kick around anymore

It's official: Steelie Neelie is a triple-triple-TRIPLE win digital woman

Says more WIMMIN in IT will boost annual GDP by one-and-a-bit Maltas

Apple pulls VPN app, helps censors' job in China

US developer bemused by sudden iTunes takedown

Block, censor, ban: India the biggest loser in online freedom stakes

Freedom House report has bad news for world's largest demoracy

BOFH: Welcome to Helldesk, ma'am, may I take your bags?

Episode 8The soul-dead CV sort-through

Sun-seeking Cambridge boffins chase Solar Challenge car crown

World Solar ChallengeBrit race hopes hinge on radical tilting panel design

Violin Memory is winning flash-supply race – Quadragon™ rivals

... Just don't mention how few vendors are actually shifting flash gear

A14 to become UK's first internet-connected ROAD

White Space trials: A-road joins internet of Things... and Glasgow gets city-wide Wi-Fi

Down with Unicode! Why 16 bits per character is a right pain in the ASCII

StobWe were sold a lie. It's time to go back to 8-bit

Blundering Tech Data faces NASDAQ boot over Computer 2000 accounts

Vast distributor blows through deadline, begs for more time

The Vulture 2: What paintjob should we put on our soaraway spaceplane?

British racing green? SPB livery? You input is solicited

Acer UK seeks new overlord for Blighty tentacle

Current chief off to gaze at the Northern Lights

Prolong the working life of your cloud applications

Plan for the future

'ALL information leaks', Samsung exec told us – Nokia splutters in filing

QuotWPlus: Reg hack just 'wants to sell out the species to the Satanists'

O2, Tesco Mobile go titsup for 220,000+ Brits in 13-HOUR 3G cockup

GiffGaff also falls down, sky still above sea, water still wet, etc

Scottish NHS bosses say soz after 2-day IT ballsup scrubs 700 appointments

Health chief blames 'corruption' in Active Directory

Oh, shoppin’ HELL: I’m in the supermarket of the DAMNED

Something for the Weekend, Sir?I’ve got them ‘unexpected item in bagging area’ blues

Lenovo on the hunt for UK server and storage techies, sales bods

Canalys Channel Forum 2013Blighty's buying servers again... and we're building them

Hang in there, Internet Explorer peeps: Gaping zero-day fix coming Tues

What a way to celebrate a DECADE of Patch Tuesday rollouts

Basically RUBBISH 'COMET of the Century' ISON snapped by HiRISE in Mars orbit

'Not visually pleasing', admit NASA boffins

Bees baffled by belching car exhausts = GLOBAL HUNGER

Diesel fumes mask the smell of the tastiest flowers, say experts

Chip, Chip hooray at Samsung outweighs slack gadget numbers

Helps to be a company that actually makes difficult stuff

You're either mighty brave or mighty stupid. So which is it, Twitter?

AnalysisYouTube took YEARS to find out what profit looks like - with Google's $bns

The DARK HEART of the Twitter IPO: FAKE USERS

Millions of robots demand fake shares

Microsoft: Oh PLEASE, HTC. Who says Windows Phone can't go on an Android mobe? – report

Bill Ray is not convinced by hide-us-in-ROM claims

Poor miserable Ballmer's pay SLASHED to a measly $1.26m

How will he ever survive?

GitHub wipes hand across bloodied face, stumbles from brutal DDoS beating

Wouldn't have happened if you'd just used SVN, eh!

Thirteen alleged Anons named and charged by FBI in antipiracy web war

Operation Payback's a bitch - indeed

Blighty's SFO 'not conflicted' on Autonomy numbers probe

Anti-fraud bods not biased ... even though they may be using the firm's software

Larry Ellison hands back $575m from Oracle's Pillar slurp

CEO settles case over alleged conflict of interest

Speaking in Tech: That EMC hypegasm? Ed and Greg grill a senior veep

PodcastFrom RIM shots to IT in the movies, the SiT chaps have it covered this week

Micro P consumes security minnow Cohort Technology

Size matters in tech distribution

Apple's new non-feline Mac operating system, OS X Mavericks, ready to go

Golden Master released to developers, along with Xcode 5.0.1

SEC review clears Apple of dodgy tax dealings

When Irish eyes are smiling

MongoDB slurps $150m in mammoth funding round

$1.2bn valuation makes NoSQL database worth more than MySQL

Microsoft: We're nearly OUT OF STOCK of Surface 2 and Pro 2

'No way they're gathering dust this time, honest!'

Valve uncloaks prototype Steam Machine console specs

Homegrown hardware to ship with a mix of Intel, Nvidia parts

NSA using Firefox flaw to snoop on Tor users

Good news/bad news in latest Snowden leak

NSA justifies hacking world's digital communications

It's not spying, it's an attempt to 'understand online communication tools'

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