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Boffins tag Android app privacy fails

Your pocket is leaking data

Yosemite National Park bans drones

Modern day Ansel Adams must still schlep up mountains to make art

NBN Co hoses down 'user pays' story

'Connection will remain free'

SAP reshapes boards as innovation leader steps down

Software boss Vishal Sikka's departure won't stop rapid trip to in-memory cloud-land

Acer founder Shih to step down for second time next month

President Stan will bid farewell, again, on June 18

Trans Pacific Partnership still stalled

Japan, Congress could find themselves at odds with White House

'Covert Redirect' OAuth flaw more chest-beat than Heartbleed

Giving a bug a logo doesn't make it more important

Global cop co-operation treaties need cloudy reboot

Australian Federal Police say cross-border ops are getting harder

What's that PARASITE wriggling inside my browser?

Nematode sim fanciers open their worm to a Kickstarter

You'll hate Google's experimental Chrome UI, but so will phishers

What do you want: Better security or long URLs?

Your legacy app sniffs the cloud cauldron and retches ... time to try another recipe

DiData touts MS-based hybrid away from public rat race

Speedy storage server sales stumps sysadmin scribe: Who buys this?

Sysadmin blogOur man Trevor is left with more questions than answers

EMC ships '17PB' of biz flash, brags it's NAND numero uno ... That's cute, grins HDS

But Hitachi gang claims it has shipped more flash than EMC

HALF of London has outdated Wi-Fi security, says roving World of War, er, BIKER

And a third simply don't bother with secured networks at all

EMC embarks on all-singing, all-dancing VNX jamboree

EMC World 2014Software VNX, entry-level VNX, encryption and VSPEX

EMC gobbles up top-secret flash startup DSSD

EMC World 2014Bechtolsheim's new baby snapped up by data giant

Target topples CEO in latest data breach domino

Steinhafel falls on own sword

Mozilla asks FCC to unleash the nuclear option on net neutrality

Wants internet services placed under Title II to ensure equality of access for all

McAfee chap is back in crypto-wrap chat app back flap

Claims airtight messaging security for tap-happy youth

AMD beds ARM in 'Project SkyBridge' and home-grown 'K12' ARM architecture chips

Pin-compatible x86 and ARM SoCs can share same motherboard

Bill Gates: Sell off Bing? Nah. Xbox? Maybe...

Microsoft founder says he can't see selling money-losing online division 'making sense'

Truck-sized asteroid slips silently between Moon and Earth

Zips past the planet less than one light second distant

Oculus rips ZeniMax over claims of Carmack foul play

Firm categorically denies accusations of IP theft

Turnbull says internet governance can ignore privacy

Meanwhile at home, A-G Brandis floats three-strikes laws

NBN Co puts October date on first FTTB connections

Almost fast. Might be affordable. Arriving soonish.

Amazon, Twitter, launch #AmazonCart tweet-to-shop service

#impulsebuying #buyersremorse #mycreditcardismaxedout

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