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KILLER SPONGES menacing California coastline

Surfers are safe, crustaceans less so

Batten down the hatches, Ubuntu 14.04 LTS due in TWO DAYS

Admins dab straining server brows in advance of Trusty Tahr's long-term support landing

Oracle working on at least 13 Heartbleed fixes

Big Red's cloud is safe and Oracle Linux 6 has been patched, but Java has some issues

Wall St's DROOLING as Twitter GULPS DOWN analytics firm Gnip

Stock price boost on potential to earn big bucks from tweets

Eugene Kaspersky: Ukraine conflict hurts enterprise security

With governments occupied, criminals could capitalize

Red Hat to ship RHEL 7 release candidate with a taste of container tech

Grab 'near-final' version of next Enterprise Linux next week

Nvidia's new CUDA 6 has the 'most significant new functionality in the history of CUDA'

Goal: To make programming their finicky but muscular GPUs an easier task for mere mortals

This time it's 'Personal': new Office 365 sub covers just two devices

Redmond also brings Office into Google's back yard

Samsung Galaxy S5 fingerprint scanner hacked in just 4 DAYS

Sammy's newbie cooked slower than iPhone, also costs more to build

Parallels could whip VMware or Microsoft, happier as Robin Hood

Ingram deal puts junior virtualiser in box seat to broker SaaS and cloud

Feast your PUNY eyes on highest resolution phone display EVER

Too much pixel dust for your strained eyeballs to handle

Snowden-inspired crypto-email service Lavaboom launches

German service pays tribute to Lavabit

Sorry London, Europe's top tech city is Munich

New 'Atlas of ICT Activity' finds innovation isn't happening at Silicon Roundabout

Zebra grazes Motorola Solutions' enterprise business for $US3.45bn

Motorola to focus on government and public safety markets

Lost your credit card PIN? No worries! Get a new one - over SMS

Mobe firm gets PCI DSS green light for text-crypto service

NBN Co in 'broadband kit we tested worked' STUNNER

Announcement of VDSL trial is not proof of concept for fibre-to-the-node

Hic! Storage upstart DEY bought out by Australian wine merchant

Have another glass - this is a fruity one and no mistake

LOHAN's Punch and Judy show: The big fat round-up

Pics+VidAll the action from 'Baconur' - Blighty's renamed space flight centre

Fine print: Dell bod tells us the details of Fluid Cache for SAN

It's not just for Dell's own servers, says marketer

Kingston DataTraveler MicroDuo: Turn your phone into a 72GB beast

ReviewUSB-usiness in the front, micro-USB party in the back

Fusion-io: Ah, Microsoft. I see there's in-memory in SQL Server 2014... **GERONIMO!**

Server flasher leaps in to fulfil need for SQL speed

Nutanix tries to lure in biz whales with fresh storage NOS

Can it interest enormo firms in a bit of 'web-scale' plankton?

Did you know Twitter has a 'consumer product division'? Ex-Google Maps boss now runs it

Put down the puns, Graf – you've got a profit to turn

Amazon wires up email-to-Kindle to its gigantic online hard drive

Send attachments to your e-book reader, watch Bezos' cloud drive slurp it up

Don't let no-hire pact suit witnesses call Steve Jobs a bullyboy, plead Apple and Google

'Irrelevant' character evidence should be excluded – lawyers

AMD demos 'Berlin' Opteron, world's first heterogeneous system architecture server chip

Forget CPUs. Forget GPUs. It's all compute, all the time

Borked Bitcoin bunker MtGox in administration: Lawyer seizes control

$500m in BTC up in smoke

Red-faced LOHAN team 'fesses up in blown SPEARS fuse fiasco

VidStanding in the corner, big pointy 'D' hats

Reg gets sneak peek of Getac's chunky TOUGH AS NAILS 8.1-incher

PicsYou think you're hard? Er. Yes

Granite becomes Steel: Riverbed rebrands its ROBO gear

Lucky customers get to play with a BRA as well

Hackers attempt to BLACKMAIL plastic surgeons

Nip, tuck and pwn

Apple failsto ditch class action suit over ebook price-fix fiasco

Do not pass go, do cough (up to) $840m in damages

Speaking in Tech: Social media, big brands, smut. Never mix these three!

PodcastPlus: Why do we splatter the internet with plugs for our employers, anyway?

OpenSSL bug hunt: Find NEXT Heartbleed, earn $$$ – if enough people donate cash

Quarter of a million dollars could be up for grabs

French hard-drive maker LaCie cops to YEAR LONG card data leak

And it didn't find out until the FBI broke the news

Google shuts Glass store and nixes Video Call feature

Ad-giant says 'all spots claimed' in short sale to public

Ditch the sync, paddle in the Streem: Upstart offers syncless sharing

Upload, delete and carry on sharing afterwards?

Microsoft reissues Windows 8.1 Update for enterprise customers

Install it now, because August is the new cutoff for future fixes

Burnt out on patches this month? Oracle's got 104 MORE fixes for you

Mass patch for issues across its software catalog

What's a right pain in the ASCII for IBM? Its own leech-like hardware biz

Keep your eyes on our cloud while we remove this pesky thing, say execs

Mounties always get their man: Heartbleed 'hacker', 19, CUFFED

Canadian teen accused of raiding tax computers using OpenSSL bug

Google's latest mega-earnings fail to impress shareholders

What, just $15.4bn? You bore us, Google...

US mobile firms cave on kill switch, agree to install anti-theft code

Slow and kludgy rollout will protect corporate profits

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