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British Second World War codebreaker Alan Turing receives Royal pardon

Gay computing pioneer killed himself in 1954 after 'gross indecency' conviction

Party's over in Waterloo as BlackBerry pulls plug on 2014 Live conference

Ailing firm cancels annual BlackBerry Live event

Ubuntu unleashes dual boot tool for Android mobes'n'slabs

Is that a Grub in your pocket or are you booting up?

F-Secure won't speak at imperialist lackey RSA's 2014 conference

Research head Mikko Hypponen picks up his bat and ball and goes home

Acer names Jason Chen as its white knight

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company man steps into the CEO hot seat

Snowden: 'I am still working for the NSA ... to improve it'

'Mission accomplished', leaker tells Washington Post

Ho, ho, HOLY CR*P, ebuyer! Etailer rates staff on returns REJECTED

PicNot-so-happy snap: Jolly jumper joy ruined by Grinch-like leader board

Torvalds: Linux devs may 'cry into our lonely beers' at Christmas

Kernel 3.13 rc5 lands in time for festive footling

Want access to mobe users' location, camera, phone ID? EXPLAIN YOURSELVES - ICO

Watchdog warns app developers about data protection obligations

HP mounts channel attack on EMC: We're a Bugatti, they're a VW bug

Revealed: HP's sales bods' VaNquish(X) campaign

Let... the SAN shine: 2013 – the year of virtual storage area networks

Sysadmin blogA look at the players who will fight the storage battles of 2014

Note-jotting and mapapp firms VANISH into Apple's MAW

'We do not discuss our purpose or plans'. Burp

Ross Ulbricht: 'Oi! Give me back my $34m in Silk Road Bitcoin booty'

Claims asset seizure was illegal

Snowden to warn Brits on Xmas telly: Your children will NEVER have privacy

Ex-NSA man tries political pressure in Channel 4's Christmas Day speech

Android, Chromebooks storm channel as Windows PC sales go flat

Google gave Microsoft a drubbing in 2013 – analyst

Just what they've always wanted! ISS 'naut duo unwrap new space fridge

Cooling system's replacement pump fitted to orbiting station in second spacewalk

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