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Apple stuns world with rare SEVEN-way split: What does that mean?

The price of a single share will drop by almost 86%

Apple stabs Heartbleed bug in AirPort Extreme, Time Capsule gear

Don't worry, everything else is still safe ... we think

Cross-border kids used as Easter iPhone MULES in China

HK schoolkids loaded up with handsets, sent back to Shenzhen

RIP net neutrality? FCC mulls FAST LANES for info superhighway

Financial fast track to replace level playing field, report claims

Cisco: Hey, IT depts. You're all malware hosts

Security report also notes skills shortage

Boffins claim machines now beat humans at face-matching

On the Internet, GaussianFace knows you're a dog

Oz Ombudsman calls for wiretap oversight

Sniffs at poison chalice

Researchers slurp unencrypted Viber messaging data with ease

Images, videos, location and other data easily exposed, they claim

Pirate Bay's 10 millionth upload: Colour us shocked, a SMUT FLICK

NSFWP2P badboys show online piracy is alive and humping

APAC PC sales plummet 11 per cent after political upheaval

Election time forces EIGHTH consecutive quarterly decline

AuDA starts final round of DNSSEC tests

August go-live

Japan plans SEVEN satellite launches to supercharge GPS

Quasi-Zenith Satellite System aims accuracy to within centimetres

No longer Square: Pear-shaped payments biz seeks buyer - report

Jack Dorsey's firm went cap-in-hand to three big tech giants, claim sources

Sixteen hot students, 3 kilowatts, $29k in CASH: It's cluster combat, China style

HPC BlogBiggest student cluster clash yet

Look behind you, 'declining' sub-$5bn iPod. The iWatch has come... to EAT YOU

Apple's baby set to kill its big brother, says analyst

DeSENSORtised: Why the 'Internet of Things' will FAIL without IPv6

AnalysisWhat's stopping a tinyputer invasion? An IP address shortage, says Cisco

Bank of England seeks 'HACKERS' to defend vaults against e-thieves

Report: 20 major cash-holders to be probed by white hats

Flashy Fusion-io pleads the fifth – the fifth loss-making quarter, that is

Low-hanging fruit of NAND PCIe cards picked and pressed long ago

Dell charges £5 to switch on power-saving for new PCs (it takes 5 clicks)

That's £273 an hour to flick a Windows control panel setting. Nice work, chaps

Computacenter's UK biz up by a fifth. XPocalypse bounce? Well, sort of...

UK enterprises falling over themselves to buy tech in Q1

Shocking new low for SanDisk – 15nm flash chips rolling out its fabs

Shrinking NAND storage for SD cards, PCIe monsters and enterprise drives

Euro recession over as sales rebound for mega distie Ingram Micro

But huge IT biz suckerpunched in the profits by restructuring

Reg probe bombshell: How we HACKED mobile voicemail without a PIN

Special reportMonths after Leveson inquiry, your messages are still not secure

Shut up, Siri, I'm watching telly! iOS 7.1 code reveals new role for Apple's PA

SDK uncloaks mysterious new device family

List prices mean zilch. Remember that when buying from upstarts

StoragebodBe nice to vendors – even if they're the new kids on the block

Top dog EMC’s dilemma: Seasonal dip or long-term problem?

CommentNo fleas on VMAX, right...

Teen girl arrested with 70-year-old man's four inch weapon inside her

Charged with introducing .22 snubbie to penile facility. It wasn't firing blanks

LulzSec's Sabu hacked foreign gov sites while under FBI control – NYT

'Bank records to login information' dumped on feds' server, it's claimed

Bevy of tech behemoths aim to plug the next Heartbleed with DOLLARS

Web, IT goliaths to pour gold into more open-source code

Juniper Networks UK bigwig hotfoots it to Alternative Networks

Mark Quartermaine made COO at one of network firm's largest channel biz

Bankrupt Bitcoin bunker blender begins: MtGox admin starts liquefaction

But where's the missing 650k-ish BTC?

Facebook: Need help click-farming? Check out our NEWSWIRE

FB Newswire shows what's trending on social network, creates Ouroboros of news

FCC: We're GUTTED people think we'd gut net neutrality

But pay-for-play is on the way

Apple patent pokes at holographic iPhone screen

Filing would allow for "interactive three dimensional" display

Westcon Group consumes sister biz Intact Integrated Services

Tech giant Datatec aims to give distie sub much needed shot in the arm

So long, 'invincible dreamers': Google+ daddy Gundotra resigns

Former Microsoftie leaving Mountain View after nearly eight years

Amazon earnings narrowly beat bean counter expectations

Mega e-retailer approaches 20 BEEELION in revenue per quarter

Minecraft players can now download Denmark – all of it – in 1:1 scale

Government recreates homeland in 1TB motherlode

Vladimir Putin says internet is a 'CIA project'

In Soviet Яussia, politician trolls internet!

Microsoft beats cloud drum as revenues remain solid but flat

Office 365, Azure, and yes, even Bing to lead the way, Nadella assures us

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