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Eco-friendly fluid keeps SGI supercomputer cool and moist

3M fluid cuts costs 95%, space required reduced by 10X

Citrix, Google kick XP's still-twitching corpse

Cut-price deal to pipe Windows apps into Chromebooks as Citrix takes a swipe at VMware

Like Google, Comcast might roll its own mobile voice network

Says anything's possible if regulators approve merger with Time Warner

Melting permafrost switches to nasty, high-gear methane release

Result? 'Way more carbon being released into the atmosphere as methane'

New Fujitsu SoC designs shrink supers' power slurp

New kit will help Japanes space agency to build 3.4 petaflop beast

Web data BLEEDOUT: Users to feel the pain as Heartbleed bug revealed

Vendors and ISPs have work to do updating firmware - if it's possible to fix this

Mt Gox's 'transaction malleability' claim rubbished by researchers

The dog ate my Bitcoin

Chrome makes new password grab in version 34

Even with autocomplete off, Google will ask if it can 'help' by storing your passwords

Honeybee boffin stings own wedding tackle... for science

Not the worst place to be stung, says one man

Russia, India aim to dislodge China from No 1 on top of the 'flops

Mooted collaboration will aim to take down China's Tianhe-2

NORKS' own smartmobe pegged as Chinese landfill Android

Fake kit in the hermit kingdom? That's just Kim Jong-un-believable!

British Gas applies to wind up UK colo outfit Alphadex

This might be a good time to plan a web site migration

Jack the RIPA: Blighty cops ignore law, retain innocents' comms data

Prime minister: Nothing to see here, go about your business

EE dismisses DATA-BURNING glitch with Orange Mail app

ExclusiveBug quietly slurps PAYG credit - yet EE denies it exists

Napster cofounder's Jerk.com accused of acting like ... err ... jerks

Site charged with seeking payments to clear smear profiles

How Brit computer maker beat IBM's S/360 - and Soviet spies

'We are the biggest', crafty biz told Iron Curtain prospects

IT bods: How long does it take YOU to train up on new tech?

StoragebodI'll leave my arrays to do the hard work, if you don't mind

Broadband Secretary of SHEEP sensationally quits Cabinet

Maria Miller finally resigns over expenses row

Dell Wyse Cloud Connect: Pocket Android desktop

ReviewUltrathin client with a lot of baggage. The upside? It's a rogue sysadmin's delight

LOHAN's Punch and Judy show relaunches Thursday

Weather looking good for second pop at test flights

Cyber hostage-takers SCAMMED six times as many people last year

Your money or your file? Targeted attacks lasted longer too – report

Gov cheerleader Sajid Javid gets nod from PM to park in Miller's spot

*Innocent broadband face*

No, we're not in an IT 'stockapoclyse' – boom (and bust) is exactly what tech world needs

Love Google? Thank the first dot-com bubble

Space race auction: $130k raised for spacesuits, Apollo 11 kit

Memorabilia from Moon landings, Mercury missions under hammer

Which sweaty exec dreamt up Office for iOS? Ballmer, Ballmer, Ballmer

Supremo personally pushed through fondleable software

Windows 8.1 Update: Throws desktop drones a bone but still as TOUCHY as ever

Plus: Taskbars, right-click menus, apps set free

Tech Data shows off perky top and bottom line in fiscal '14....

... but ONLY 'cos it ate SDG, banked currency gains, paid less tax

Cray flogs 1PB of TASty storage to German übercomputing boffins, leaves them in tiers

Leibniz supercomputer gets SSD-to-archive storage gear

Revoke, reissue, invalidate: Stat! Security bods scramble to plug up Heartbleed

Paper is safe. Clay tablets too

IBM was wrong to force UK workers off final salary pensions – judge

UK High Court rules Big Blue breached contract with staff

TripAdvisor for the disabled: Euan's Guide quietly launches

Motor neurone disease sufferer cracks on, builds good thing

Anatomy of OpenSSL's Heartbleed: Just four bytes trigger horror bug

AnalysisThe code behind the C-bomb dropped on the world

Brit IBM prof gets life-changing 'Tech Nobel' for work in spintronics

Joins Linus £$%^ Torvalds, Tim Berner-Lee as gong recipient

VMware gets Wanova Citrix with new Horizon Suite

VDI and app streaming baked into one suite

Insight CEO: Everything that's cloudy is GOLD

ExclusiveBut my god we've got a hell of a job to get there, says boss at box-shifter

'Monstrous' Apple kicked us off iAd, claimed we are its RIVAL – Brit music upstart

Streaming firm can no longer advertise with Apple

Speaking in Tech: Red Hat, Cisco sitting in a tree, m-e-r-g-i-n-g?

PodcastIs SDN love-in leading to an acquisition? Plus: How do I hate thee, Google

Just what could be inside Dropbox's new 'Home For Life'?

Biz apps, messaging, photos, email, more storage – sorry, did you think there would be cake?

Solar-powered aircraft unveiled for round-the-world flight

It's going to be a slow and sleepy flight for the pilots

SEC slaps HP with $108 MEEELION fine over bribe scandal

Company accused of bribing officials for contracts

Uh oh! Here comes the first bug in the Windows 8.1 Update

Fortunately, it only affects Windows Server Update Services customers

USB reversible cables could become standard sooner than you think

First devices could be ready for CES debut next year

Microsoft's Azure cloud lashed by BT's private cables

ExpressRoute expansion gives you more ways to access Azure on the hush hush

Linode raises Hourly Billing flag against Digital Ocean pirates

VPS-vs-VPS fight brings billing parity to hosting market

Turnbull leaves Australia's broadband blackspots in the dark

New Statement of Expectations to NBN Co offers get-out clauses for blackspot builds

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