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WikiLeaks Party meets Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad

Assange-aligned party 'Shining a light on injustice' by taking tea with dictator

'New' nova starts to BLUSH

Nova Centauri 2013 is in the pink

Skype's Twitter account, blog hacked to spread anti-Microsoft messages

Hi! Microsoft here. We p0wn you, so don't use our products

IBM spends holiday season wrangling e-tail FAIL

UpdateWebSphere-powered site at Oz department store chain takes the week off

Haswell micro: Intel’s Next Unit of Computing desktop PC

ReviewIt's a NUC-ing beauty.....

BEAM ME UP... twice: No local storage on Transporter Sync

Connected: Never fear, we plan to add local library soon

Seoul-blackening disappointment for Samsung backers as stock droops

Analysts predict an end to record growth as Korean currency strengthens

Data rescue lifeguard Zerto surfs in on single pane of glass

It's what the cloudy customers want from their recovery-ware

Snapchat: In 'theory' you could hack... Oh CRAP is that 4.6 MILLION users' details?

Hey Mr Bull, meet my friend Red Rag

Private space truck ready for ISS trip as soon as NEXT WEEK

Cygnus capsule good to go

Microsoft tries to trademark 'Mod' in the US

50 shades of Metro No-tro

Parting the clouds for IT admins: We chat to CloudPhysics

Part 1: Kabuki theatre with sales and pre-sales

Alien SUPER-EARTH: If there is LIFE up there, it'll be moaning about the weather

'The first ten million years were the worst,' said Marvin

CryptoLocker creeps lure victims with fake Adobe, Microsoft activation codes

Can also worm its way in through removable drives, spam attacks


Small lander, rover from Middle Kingdom spied by orbiting US craft

You're spending WHAT on iPhone 6? Wells Fargo downgrades Apple stock

Spending on new phone components and slowing market could hit profit margins

Only iPhone fondling rose at Xmas: Were non-Apple fans in a turkey coma?

Admen report: Biggest loser was Samsung – but tablets are another story

Curiosity rover: While you humans were busy being hungover, this bot hit its 500th Martian day

The not-so-little NASA nuke tank that could

Thanks for the memories, but I'm off: Violin COO Dixon Doll hits eject

Third bigwig out the door in a month

If you're still waiting for Firefox on Windows 8, don't hold your breath

No fondleslab-friendly browser until March at the earliest

Now THAT'S a sunroof: Solar-powered family car emerges from Ford labs

CES 2014Sun-juiced motors no longer limited to experimental outback oddities

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