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E-tagged insects a buzz for research

The Internet of things bees

Hyper-fast Wi-Fi chip guru Wilocity: Cisco dalliance is our ticket to enterprise

CES 2014Own stock in a desktop-cable company? Sell it

Using Hadoop for data on Google's cloud? Google would rather you didn't

And it's got just the replacement for it: a shiny 'Google Cloud Storage Service'

Access row halts Megaport connections

TPG blocking new customers, says Slattery

Modern spying 101: How NSA bugs Chinese PCs with tiny USB radios - NYT

Project 'Quantum' pwns air-gapped computers with mysterious devices

Security holes in Word, the Windows kernel and Adobe Flash. Party like it's Patch Tuesday again

Don't open that document or web page until you've updated

Open source project gives cars the Ikea treatment

Download this flat-pack vehicle

Samsung targets South Korean army recruits

Pilot hire scheme offers hi-tech jobs for soldiers

Rap for KitKat in crap app wrap trap flap: Android 4.4 is 'meant to work like that'

Even Notepad can manage text reflow

Hong Kong’s mobile-mad cabbies told to ditch dashboard devices

What could you possibly want with TWELVE smartphones?

Mountain bike mishap man suffers SEVEN WEEK stiffie

Persistent tumescence proves hard for Irish docs

Boffins: Antarctic glacier in irreversible decline, will raise sea levels by 1cm

Pine Island Glacier signal of watery things to come

'You win, Kanye': Coinye creators throw in towel after rapper sues

This time, Kanye West is not gonna let them finish

Latest Chrome adds Chrome OS flavor to Windows 8 'Metro' mode

Noisy tab alerts, supervised users, and malware blocking, too

EMC: We've stomped out VNX2 reboot issue

Have you tried rebooting it?

EU pulls out antitrust probe, prods Euro pay-TV contracts

Exclusive deals of Hollywood studios, sat telly firms looked at

Plastic iPhone 5Cs? Nah, we'll flog India our OLD iPhone 4 models - report

Has canny Apple found a way to conquer developing market?

Explained: How LSI and Oracle cooked up magical flash-embiggening sauce

It’s all about compression, baby

Tales from an expert witness: Prior art and patent trolls

Where ideas, inventions and opportunists collide

Datatec: Oh no, EPS will be 20% lower than we expected

US distie arm Westcon fingered, profit to fall by $13m in fiscal '14

Even 'Your computer has a virus' cold-call gits are migrating off XP

Malware telescammers now target slab-fondlers+mobe-strokers

Valve gives Oculus Rift a whirl with SteamVR mode

Developer tool allows support for headsets

Pay-by-bonk on the blink: O2 loses Wallet

Let's dig down the back of sofa. Maybe we'll find a few customers too

Why Flash storage will be fast and furious in 2014

We look in the rear view mirror before racing down the road ahead

Google's Nest gobble: Soon ALL your HOME are BELONG to US

Analysis3.2 billion reasons why the Chocolate Factory will own the Internet of Things

Ex-2e2 staffers STILL waiting for wages owed

Judgment reserved to month end... a year after integrator crashed

Yet another pricey Olympics' exec drafted in by UK.gov - this time for broadband spending

Ministry of Fun reveals more on £10m fund for alt pilots in remote areas

Cyberspies blast Icefog into US targets' backdoors

You dirty RATs

Nokia Lumia update spreads Black death

Hands onWinPho fun fail frustration

HDS and Verizon pair up to take on Rackspace, Amazon in the clouds

Verizon, Jack and Larry walk into a bar...

EU gives Google JUST WEEKS to submit stronger search biz concessions

Table decent offer soon or face formal charges, says Almunia

HACKLASH! Syrian Electronic Army's website hacked by angry rivals

Turks pwn SEA, media targets savour the schadenfreude

Intel shutters BRAND NEW chip factory as PC market storm rages

The WORLD's not ready for our Fab 4(2)

Intel uncorks marketing syrup, pours over 16 cloud providers

First of many brandgasm 'waves' to come

Google appeals against French data watchdog over privacy policy fine

Shameful court-ordered 'we were naughty' homepage notice on hold - for now

EMC hires channel veteran as new EMEA COO

ExclusiveSimon Walsh closes up on McDonald's right shoulder

Five UK banks sign up to hook up customers' ACCOUNTS to their MOBILE DEVICES

+CommentZapp! Yes, that's the sound of your cash disappearing

DOOMSDAY still just MINUTES AWAY: As it has been since 1947

Fear climate change AND spread of civil nuclear power, say scientists

Speaking in Tech: Cloud storage FAIL (as airline loses suitcase)

PodcastPlus: The gang talk about whether or not they'll go to the RSA conference

Wells Fargo gathers bank 'n' gov bigwigs to discuss Bitcoin 'rules'

State needs to 'regulate' it before we start making er, coin, from transacting with it

Hosting outfit goes PERMANENTLY TITSUP after 'lifetime' plans kill biz

NodeKi set to become lifeless corpse

Apple CEO on China Mobile: 'World's best' mobe with world's, uh, 'largest network'

Tim Cook takes to telly, cozies up to China Mobile chief

You came for the free tools, stayed with your credit card – Amazon's new cloud brainwave

Lure them in with freebies, get 'em hooked on AWS

Apple coughs up 7 hours of profit to refund kids' $32.5m app spend spree

Don't charge for in-software purchases people did not authorize, huffs FTC

'Toothless' environment protections in secretive global trade pact TPP leaked all over the web

'No required penalties and no proposed criminal sanctions'

PGP wiz Phil Zimmermann and pals tout anti-snoop mobe – the Blackphone

VideoSilent Circle, Geeksphone team design and build encrypted smartphones

Licenses blocking third-party emergency warnings

Oz governments still lag on open data

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