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Is this photo PROOF a Windows 7 Start Menu is coming back?

Build 2014Screenshot hints at yet another attempt to fix the desktop

GST on online purchases: still 'probably not'

States can't agree on anything

Greenpeace reveals WORLD'S FILTHIEST CLOUDS – and the cleanest may shock you

'False assumptions ... inaccurate data' thunders one accused tech giant

Nokia: ALL our Windows Phone 8 Lumias will get a cool 8.1 boost

Build 2014Finnish firm will be first to ship WinPhone 8.1 preinstalled, too

Indosat fat-thumbs route announcements (again)

Networks go dark on AS4761 'hijack'

iiNet to Senate committee: metadata retention an expensive joke

'An impractical idea'

Google exposes its Andromeda software-defined networking

Search giant plugs cloud customers into its thrumming network arteries

GCX targets small cloud players with new cable

Japan-California services bypasses telcos

Intel's Shenzhen cash-splash signals mobile push

Chipzilla to establish innovation centre and $100m fund

Lego is the TOOL OF SATAN, thunders Polish priest

New minifigs like Monster Fighters are turning kids to the dark side

ICANN boss: 'Russia and China will NOT take over interwebs'

Is he Putin us on?

Boffins make noise about D-Wave chip: it seems quantum

Thermal 'knob' turns up the heat

Driver drama delays deep desert XP upgrade

Windows silliness puts our man at risk of CAMEL COLLISION

Sun-seeking NASA boffins steer FLEETS of satellites... BY HAND

HPC blogWith a little help from some serious iron, naturally

Soz, BT: All EE's 4G goodies still won't give you 'seamless voice'

Has BT promised to deliver something it cannot?

Microsoft in 1-year Windows XP survival deal with UK govt

Don't just take it and then relax, warns Redmond, you still have to migrate

Fujitsu punts all-flash Eternus box... just before NetApp pulls a FASt one

Mid-range array flies... for now

PRIVATE: Expansys prez quits as Dragons' Den-izen Jones takes gizmotailer off market

'Can't talk, I'm doing TV stuff,' Mr Nasty tells us

Need a refresher on virtualisation?

HPC BlogThis one's smothered in GPU gravy

Hobbyist or hardcore? StarTech dual-bay Thunderbolt enclosure

ReviewBuild your own 760MB/s storage, anyone?

David Cameron defends BT's taxpayer-funded broadband 'monopoly': It's a 'success story'

PM says more detail from telco will allow other firms to 'fill gaps'

Home Office terminates order for 16,000 PCs from Dell

Civil servant admin cockup delays contract rollout

WD 'restoring connections' after week of MyCloud outages

Access denied

123-reg shrugs off customer complaints over stealth domain transfer charges

Web hosting provider quietly abandons free promise

Tesla cars can now 'do an ET' without hurting anyone's bottom line

'I can tell, you know how I can tell? 'Cos we’re connected'

'Good job, NSA! You turned Yahoo! into an encryption beast'

Web firm's crypto revamp praised by erstwhile critics

'Hello, is that the space station? NASA here. Can you put us through to Moscow?'

Not-so-comprehensive severance of space chumship

Italy has a clumsy new pirate-choker law. But can anyone do better?

+AnalysisVado a bordo, cazzo gratuitomane

Vodafone to spend £100m on 150 new Brit phone shops

Extra 1,400 people will be able to work in mobile phone shops

Steelie Neelie secures MEPs' support for 'net neutrality' – in principle

Politicos also vote to kill mobile roaming fees by end of 2015

'Bank couriers' who stole money from OAP cancer sufferer jailed

Two men sent down for fraud by false representation

Sod Bitcoin - solving graph problems is the new GPU-flogger

HPC blogWho needs x86 cores when this silicon'll crack it 100x faster?

Juniper Networks waves axe at 6% of workforce

Hundreds of employees to be laid off

Fujitsu on hunt for UK directors after re-jig

Blighty hot seat up for grabs, as is boss of biz app services

Signiant to SkyDrop files into Amazon and Azure clouds

For people with whopping great files, apparently

Crayon pleads with channel: Help us build our UK biz

Microsoft enterprise reseller sets up Euro-wide sales referral operation

Wanna attend Apple's June developers' shindig? Ask yourself, 'Do I feel lucky?'

Updated$1,599 WWDC tickets to be doled out by 'random selection'

In three hours, Microsoft gave the Windows-verse everything it needed

AnalysisExcept a Windows strategy. But we can wait for that

Your files held hostage by CryptoDefense? Don't pay up! The decryption key is on your hard drive

Blunder discovered in latest ransomware infecting PCs

I QUIT: Mozilla's anti-gay-marriage Brendan Eich leaps out of door

UpdatedFirefox maker says sorry

How much is a security bug report worth to Facebook? About $2,100

Team Zuck paid out $1.5m for 687 reports of vulnerabilities

What Microsoft means by mobile first, cloud first: Build Android, iOS apps with Azure cloud

Build 2014What's Windows?

HIDDEN OCEAN of LIVING SOUP found on Enceladus, moon of Saturn

PicsIt's a big 'un, and it may be home to living critters

Does my mass look big in this? Roly-poly galaxy El Gordo more porky than first feared

PicHubble gets an eyeful of fattest cluster on record

Microsoft vows to save devs from unspeakable cloud screw-ups

Build 2014'You appear to have just run with scissors, want to try that again?'

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