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Internet Explorer 11 at it again, breaks Microsoft's own CRM software

Customers advised to use old version ... or another browser

Big Brother's software firm Palantir valued at $9 BEEELION

CIA-funded data slurper gets $60m in filthy valley lucre

Microsoft researchers build 'smart bra' to stop women's stress eating

Redmond denies wanting to GRASP cleavage

Five critical fixes on deck for Patch Tuesday

Updates will address Windows, IE and Office

FTC torches Android flashlight app for spying on users

Developer agrees to settle charges of harvesting data

Martians yet to retaliate after Curiosity's 100,000th laser strike

It looks like we've got them outgunned!

32 Gig Fibre Channel takes another step towards reality

The Black Knight of the network fights on

Boffins devise world's HARDEST tongue-twister

Get your mind out of the gutter. You'll never need to pick a pipe of pickled pepper again

Australian State to sue IBM over $AUD1bn project blowout

Queensland pulls out the big stick to whack Big Blue

Lantern lights the way to web freedom for Great Firewall prisoners

Washington-backed P2P project sets sight on government censorship

Bring us your baffled Backup Exec biz bods, beg Axcient, Zetta

Cloudy storage types rush in to cover Symantec's withdrawal

Apple: 'Court-appointed antitrust regulator is taking advantage of us'

QuotwPlus: 'Natwest, RBS, you are sh*t'

Decent chance of your team winning the World Cup? You'll probably want to watch it

Survey: Germans, Brazilians 'most active' in search for World Cup tickets

Blighty's winter storms are PUNY compared to Saturn's 200mph, 15,000 mile wide HEXACANE

PicsNASA's Cassini probe eyes six-sided monster storm

Inside Steve Ballmer’s fondleslab rear-guard action

Or, how I learned to stop worrying and love to touch

Bigger on the inside: WD’s Tardis-like Black² Dual Drive laptop disk

ReviewThe world’s first SSD-HDD combo... and possibly the last?

Fiendish CryptoLocker ransomware survives hacktivists' takedown

Proper post-op analysis would have killed it for good, says ex-rozzer

When the lights went out: My 'leccy-induced, bog floor crawling HORROR

Something for the Weekend, Sir?The day Dabbsy became tech training’s first ‘privy’ counsellor

Our Vulture strokes Dell's ROBUST 15 INCHER: Inspiron 15 Core i7

ReviewMiddle of the road desktop replacement - but beware looking for help

BlackBerry rejected Justin Bieber as brand ambassador

'He's not going to last' said BlackBerry's gros fromages

Microsoft teams up with Feds, Europol in ZeroAccess botnet zombie hunt

Just don't bork our crim-busting honeypots again

Creepy US spy agency flings WORLD SLURPING OCTOPUS into orbit

Proudly Orwellian spooks' logo may summon Cthulhu, warn alarmed Twitter folk

Concerning Microsoft's Azure pitch to cloud service providers

FeatureTrevor Pott on MS's Amazon-seeking torpedoes

World-leading IT expert? We'll fast-track you into Blighty, promises PM

Visa red carpet system could attract TENS or even HUNDREDS of bods

OM NOM MON NOM, address et D.O.B: Twitter lets admen chomp users' cookies

Loss-making microblabbery site tries new cash-making trick

Facebook offshores HUGE WAD OF CASH to Caymans - via Ireland

We don't want all this money we earn to be taxed ... bitch

Suppliers given sight of '£6bn' hardware framework at last

IT PASS more likely to be £300m, say sceptical sources - and as for year's end? Whatever

Salesforce CEO Benioff offers Obama 'free' web fix

A friend in need is a friend worth charging in the long term

Apple sends in the bulldozers as Fruit Loop construction begins

New HQ finally under way - will Apple keep its promise to pay more taxes?

Google: Tell the feds they have to get a warrant for us to hand over your stuff

Though that's no guarantee you'll ever find out

Industry group blames 'outdated' kit for stock-market tech disasters

Thirty year old gear is good for one-second trades, not millisecond trades

Mexican Cobalt-60 robbers are DEAD MEN, say authorities

Bungling bandits liable to have sustained fatal rad dose in truck snatch blunder

DARPA enlists hacker talent for $2m security bug-swatting challenge

Big money prizes for Capture the Flag code competition

Apple's legal bill for Samsung patent fight tops $60m

And that's after 'substantial discounts' from its BFF outside legal counsel

EC antitrust cops raid offices of Philips, Samsung, others

Suspected anticompetitive practices under investigation

Google-sponsored research helps ad-slingers find fanbois on social networks

'We noticed you were holding an iPhone at a friend's wedding, need any accessories?'

Bank of America: Bitcoin could become THE currency of e-commerce

Guestimates that $1,300 is a reasonable price per coin

Astroboffins spot HOT, YOUNG GIANT where she doesn't belong

PixNo one understands her, but she's far out, man

FCC delays spectrum auction to 2015

Procedures not yet set up to dole out television space for wireless use

Russia charges 'criminal organization' behind Blackhole malware kit

Banking fraud scheme funneled 70m rubles to crooks

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