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Techies CAN sue Google, Apple, Intel et al accused of wage-strangling pact

Dead Apple tyrant Steve Jobs named as prime mover in shafting his workers

Rarin' to buy an Ubuntu phone? Maybe not until 2015, Canonical man says

'Long road' ahead before they'll be sold in carriers' stores

Oracle spoils your day with NEARLY 150 patches

And BlackBerry fixes year-old Flash vuln

Boeing bent over for new probe as 787 batteries vent fluid, start to MELT

Smoke without fire

Amazon's public cloud fingered as US's biggest MALWARE LAIR

Cyber-crooks lurve Bezos & Co's servers and their whitelisted IP addresses

Garantia lassoos IBM data-center for Microsoft-beating Redis tech

Fires up bargain basement Redis Cloud from Big Blue's Dallas bit barn

Huawei dismisses NSA backdoor claims as profits soar

"For the last time, we're NOT a security risk"...

Optical filters head to Germany for Solar Orbiter build

High-precision optics from CSIRO

Yahoo! chief operating officer de Castro exits web biz after just one year

Departure revealed in homework fed to US watchdog

Pint-glass-flashing FISHNAPPERS strike at Firefox daddy Mozilla

Are you taking the pis(cine), pal?

Fine! We'll keep updating WinXP's malware sniffer after April, says Microsoft

Venerable, vulnerable version given security software reprieve

Microsoft confirms: Staff inboxes hijacked amid 'Syrian army' cyber-blitz

'Small number' of Redmondites had emails compromised

Boffins hampered by the ampere hanker for a quantum answer

What's new in current affairs – a better unit for the flow of electricity

Let Google's tentacles fondle your mobile's web downloads and Chrome will put the data on a diet

Compression-by-proxy tech can be switched on in browser

Apple fanbois make it 'official', hook up with Internet of Fridges Things

Far cooler than those boring old fandroids, eh?

All-flash array flogger Nimbus Data: We coined it in 2013

Upstart claims revenue doubled

Microsoft buries Sinofsky Era... then jumps on the coffin lid

+Comment'Windows 9' will wipe the slate clean

Time-rich hacking crew scrawls web graffiti all over poor old .ME

MaDLeeTs create 5-minute nuisance for Montenegro domain registrar

Ian Williamson: The engineer who gave Sinclair his first micro

ArchaeologicThe remarkable story of the MK14... and its never-shipped predecessor

Two new C-suite bods kiss the Scality ring as IPO rumours gather

Taking on a CFO usually means something big's around the corner

Yahooligans! cower! as! COO! was! reportedly! SACKED! by! Mayer!

Purple Palace Queen made 'difficult decision', apparently

UK enterprises are SPENDING again, bellows Computacenter

CEO all smiles after double-digit kit sales hike in Q4

Amazon workers in Delaware reject trade union membership

Minority's 'no' vote blocks union question for another year

Clink! Terrorist jailed for refusing to tell police his encryption password

Sudden 'oh wait, I remember now' doesn't save him from extra stripey suntan time

High Court derails Google defence in Safari browser stalker cookie brouhaha

Ad giant vows to appeal after privacy warriors score legal win

Quantum expects to see Q3 revenue hike, sheds 60 extra bodies

Shift to 'fully outsourced' manufacturing still underway

Boffins find ALIEN WORLD orbiting the Sun's LONG LOST TWIN

Could there be LIFE as well? Maybe, maybe not...

Boxing Day sales bubble boosts Dixons - but don't hit the champers just yet

CEO: We slurped £100k a minute back then - but we're lukewarm about recovery

Cocky Spotify drops time limits on free listening, skint music-lovers cheer

Even non-paying users are worth something to the admen

We wuz right: Big Blue ARE stuffing System x boxen with ULLtraDIMMs

Cheap and fast - just don't mention the IP lawsuit

I'm in: Peter 'Dragons' Den' Jones launches bid to buy out Expansys

Goes on share-buying frenzy at etailer

Switch VMs from NetApp to us and we'll give you extra storage, says Tintri

Not in every case, granted - only if you find their latest ad campaign untrue

Westcoast Group shuffles management deck

Industry vet Alex Tatham given keys to MD's office after Viglen/QC buys

SAY MY NAME, ALIEN SCUM. NASA to send 'you' into SPAAACE...

How to visit an asteroid without leaving your sofa

9,000 heads to roll at Dell? Tosh. It'll all go down in Feb and it's THOUSANDS more - insiders

ExclusiveFirm denies it ... but won't give us numbers

NSA: It's TRUE, we grab 200 MILLION of your text messages A DAY globally

Small fraction of global traffic stored in spies' servers

Intel treads water despite drowning PC biz clinging to Chipzilla's legs

Good thing there's plenty of margin in mobile kit. Oh, wait

Someone stole your phone? Now they'll have your STARBUCKS password – the horror!

Plaintext logins spark, wait for it, a storm in a C cup

Canada says Google broke law by snooping health info to serve ads

Targeting users based on their ailments violates privacy – who knew?

Facebook gets a 'trending topics' box (just what its cluttered pages need)

Retweets Twitter's playbook literally

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