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First Lavabit, now CryptoSeal pulls the plug: VPN service axed

More NSA fallout

Americans shift gaze to cheap(ish) iPhone 5c, rest of world slurps 5s bling

US can keep its colorful plastics mobes, sniffs planet

Bigger, fiddly to manage: The second coming of Windows Server 2012

ReviewMicrosoft's R2 unit automates but frustrates

Surface 2 MYSTERY: Haswell's here, so WHY the duff battery life?

Windows slabs still trailing the pack in running time

Comet ISON perhaps NOT GARBAGE after all - glows GREEN in latest snaps

Derided mere weeks ago as washout, looking good again

New leak claim: NSA saw hole in Mexican prez's email box - and hacked it

Operation Flatliquid sparks further fury down south

Fraudster bought names and address from Experian, says Krebs

Data broker duped

VMware's next network virtualisation targets: ELEPHANTS and MICE

Nicira guru Casado says SDN is Close Encounters, not Armageddon

Deploying Turing to see if we have free will

I'm sorry, Dave ...

Chinese hotel guests find data spaffed all over the internet

Probably better not register for Wi-Fi next time you're in the PRC

Go East! Rackspace expands public cloud to Asia

Doubles Hong Kong datacentre space to launch new offering

UK's tech capital named: Read it and weep, Tech City startup hipsters

NOT London, NOT Cambridge... a little market town east of Reading

APAC PC shipments plunge 12 PER CENT since 2012

Form factor innovation could help turn around fortunes, claims IDC

Baldness fix from foreskin follicles

Keep the tip

Hey coders – get a sense of hUMA: AMD to free GPU from CPU slavery

Peer-to-peer architecture for server, desktop and mobile processors

Coraid and CommVault team up, grab biz barons' backup from HP, Sepaton

CommentWe'll do the front end, you take the back end

Web-email king gulps $15k fine, fights govt demand to slurp data

Putin's bods wants users' records, internet site grows some balls

Feds charge Vietnamese suspect with slurp'n'flog of half-a-million Americans' ID data

'Fullz' sold included social security, bank account and bank routing numbers

Whoo-whoo. What's that sound? It's the DataCore Express passing '10k'

That's 10,000 customer sites, we're told

Unsupervised Brit kids are meeting STRANGERS from the INTERNET

Primary school children are taking risks online

SUPERSIZE ME: Nokia unveils Surface rival and 2 plumped-up phablets

Nokia WorldLumia, I hardly knew ya... SIM slot brings the RT tablet to the train... and the boardroom

Motorola parcels up enterprise Wi-Fi biz amid selloff rumours

Would you buy this sorta gear from Moto? That's the point...

Fast is the new Black: WD gives laptops' spinning rust a new whirl

Mystery speed boost for flash-caching consumer HDDs

LOHAN's vital statistics splashed across fruity display

New Raspberry Pi rig tracks mighty orbs

HUMANS all come FROM AFRICA: HERPES does not lie

Ex Africa semper frigida ulcus

Exagrid... heave: Storage troops push out range-topping dedupe box

Bigger and faster

D-Link hole-prober finds 'backdoor' in Chinese wireless routers

Tenda networking kit contains easily-cracked vuln, claims researcher

Don't lose control of those fast-breeding endpoints

Sysadmin blogProtect your data

Beak orders Yahoo! to get on with Microsoft Search rollout in Asia

Court tells Purple Palace to stop delaying firms' partnership agreement

Ryanair boss Mike O'Leary hits Twitter: 'Nice pic. Phwoaaarr!'

Not quite as mouthy about baggage charges, refunds

MoJ fined £140K for EMAILING privates of 1,000 inmates

Bewildered families of 3 lags mailed data by SAME clerk in 3 SEPARATE mistakes

Ingram exec reshuffle leads to exit of UK and Italy veeps

Vandebussche and Baggio depart to 'pursue other opportunities'

'Donkey-tugging' EU data protection law backed by MEPs

Politicos call for bigger fines, FORGET about 'right to be forgotten' plea

Google pulls all Android apps linked to adware badness THAT MUST NOT BE NAMED

'Vulna' library slurps text messages, phone call history, contact lists, warns researcher

Lumia 2520: Our Vulture gets his claws on Nokia's first Windows RT slab

ReviewThis RT slab means business

SAP cuts back on development of Business ByDesign software unit

'Salesforce competitor' - yeah, in name only

Nokia shows off camera gimmicks to PIMP YOUR PICCIES

Nokia WorldLet me just adjust your Facebook profile pic. There you go...

Seagate: Fibre Channel? RAID? SATA? File System? All RUBBISH

App to disk via ethernet, baby. The rest of you, clear out your desks

Brit PM raps Facebook for allowing GORY beheading vids

We're not the publishers, just a benign social network ... bitch

Debt hangs heavy on Stone: Yes we make PCs. For the public sector

Underlying biz on the up ... but loan notes are a worry

BBC to spaff £18 MILLION of licence fee cash... on BIG DATA

Auntie wants to get even more aggressive online - she needs analytics and insights

Netflix original TV shows gamble pays off... to the tune of 10m new viewers

Quadruples profits too

CommVault cooks up sueball-dodging data-sifting cloudy archive shifter

Users can access archived content without dipping into cloud

Federal squeeze hits EMC as revenues and profits nose downwards

US shows sluggiest growth in sequential slowdown

Microsoft boffins test rival 'Google Glass' geek goggles, say insiders

But how does it rank on the HUGE DORK scale, Steve?

Very handy: Nokia’s DC-50 wireless-charging power brick for your mobe

Nokia WorldIt's a spare battery, without the snakes' wedding of wires

IBM thrusts mighty cloud erection at US gov after Amazon beds CIA spies

If you can't win contracts, then you need a swanky showroom

Keyboard fatigue? Now you can SCRAWL in Gmail and Google Docs

Handwriting support for up to 50 languages

NSA-friendly cyber-slurp law CISPA back on the table with new Senate bill

Unsurprisingly with spooks' full support

SanDisk coughs to powering Kaminario's SPC-1 smackdown

See that? That's ours, that is. Well, the flashy bits are

You like iPads, you like things called 'Air'. You will LOVE this puppy

'Hmmm... that MacBook Air seems to have worked out well'

Top architect: The TRUTH about dead Steve Jobs' new spaceship Apple HQ

Vid'Norman, it's Steve. I need some help'

While world drools over Apple, Microsoft fixes Windows RT 8.1 update

Won't put your Surface RT into a boot loop this time, honest

DARPA slaps $2m on the bar for the ULTIMATE security bug SLAYER

Brown trousers time for some in antivirus industry

New iPad mini gobbles Retina display, 64-bit brain, puts on little weight

Previous model stays on store shelves, now starts at $299

How do you solve a problem like MariaDB? Give it $20m ... right, Intel?

SkySQL bags Chipzilla's gold, prepares to rip MySQL out of 'key Linux distros'

Telstra launches budget ISP

All your downloads are 'Belong' to us

Pop OS X Mavericks on your Mac for FREE while you have LUNCH

'While we're at it, let's make iLife and iWork free, as well'

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