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Look out, FCC: R.E.M., Aerosmith, Jello Biafra, 57 others join net neutrality crusade

The 'creative community' speaks: Don't let corporate honchos 'pick winners and losers online'

Vulture South's line-by-line Australian budget dissection

Games funding goes, NICTA told to stand alone and weird software savings

Space Station in CRISIS: Furious Russia threatens to BAN US from ISS

UpdatedHurry up, SpaceX – deputy PM to pull plug on cooperation

NBN CO told to pretty itself up for bankers by 2017

Budget says last government cheque will land in 2017/18, well before planned completion

Iranian hacktivists move into hardcore hacking against West, dissidents

Ajax wiping up with state support?

Canonical teams up with Tranquil PC to deliver Ubuntu cluster-in-a-box

OpenStack SummitInstant OpenStack that fits on a desk

IETF plans to NSA-proof all future internet protocols

Standards boffins promise bloody fight for those who seek to sniff private data

The future's so bright, Google Glass now comes with shades

Tech specs go on sale to all in four hot new summer looks ... if Google has stock

Cisco sprinkles more SDN goodness into the access network

Virtualising the last mile

Linux distros fix kernel terminal root-hole bug

Pseudo-term buffer blunder from 2009 discovered

VMware poaches Citrix man to further end user computing ambitions

Virtzilla has some catching up to do after Citrix cloudifies XenApp and XenDesktop

550 reasons to buy this book for your beloved: COCKROACHES of Oz

224 days 'til Xmas and we've saved you a trip to the offy. Thank us!

Google Maps adds all UK public transport timetables

Chocolate Factory not fooled by Bayswater-to-Queensway Tube jape connects Heroku and

One for workers and one for punters makes double the fun for devs

Dogevault praying backups work after confirming attack

So deleted. Very missing. Much backed up

LG: Smartwatch? Pah! We'll measure your heart rate through your EARS

'The other Korean chaebol' jumps onto wearable health tech bandwagon

IBM keeps it real with Storwize V7000

StoragebodYou might have something with this storage lark, Big Blue

How to catch a fraudster – using 'top cop' Benford and the power of maths

Big Data's Big 5Nothing attracts 'unnatural' numbers like this smooth curve

How to sail the stormy seas of international trade

Navigation for SMEs

Oracle tries to get $1.3bn verdict against SAP reinstated

$300m? TomorrowNow files were worth more, claims Ellison's firm

Database down! DBA ninjas to the rescue

WorkshopHandy 101 guide for Oracle administrators

Foxy investor ruffles feathers in Quantum’s hen house – fresh claim

Starboard wants stumbling storage biz to install new directors

Our Reg reader 'mutt's nuts' dictionary is le chien's biens

Or he3 hi-niikoo'owu'u-no, as the Arapaho would enthuse

Speaking in Tech: Battle of the OpenStack boffins – LIVE from the summit

PodcastStorage will never be JUST an API... Yes it will ... No it won't

GCHQ's 'NOSEY SMURF' spyware snoops dragged into secretive tribunal

Privacy International believes UK intelligence nerve-centre may have helped infect millions

Hunt's paperless future: NHS watches £60m vanish down plughole

Unique barcodes prescription plan suffers budget blow

Feature-phones aren't dead, Moto – oldsters still need them

Mobe maker Doro proves the point by launching frill-free 508 aimed at seniors

For-sale sign erected outside UK reseller titan Kelway's HQ

VC buyer expected to step in and snap up Core's tasty stake

Europe's shock Google privacy ruling: The end of history? Don't be daft

CommentCourts will decide whether a complaint has merit. As one did on Tuesday

Whoa! NUDE! SELFIES! for! Marissa! Mayer's! Blink-gobbling! Yahoo!

Trendy sexting tool is web giant's 40th slurped startup

Activist investors try forcing Google to pay more taxes

Shareholders' AGM motion would curb effect of Choc Factory’s 'tax strategies'

Datatec: turnover and profit went south in tough fiscal '14

Distie wing blamed for unpicking good work at integrator arm

Samsung issues 'deep apology' to cancer-hit semiconductor workers

Firm promises compensation after illnesses and deaths that have been blamed on its fabs

SAP tightlipped on job cuts in cloud rejig bid

Yet firm reckons it'll be bigger by the end of the year

Insight Enterprises grabs Trustwave EMEA marketing director

The name's Murray, Jill Murray

Charity: Ta for the free Win 8.1, Microsoft – we'll use it to install Win 7

ExclusiveIt's the thought that counts

HGST and Seagate go head-to-head with Ethernet disk drives

Seagate goes open-source; HGST gets flashy

Anonymous: Why we're PICKETING Glenn Greenwald's book tour

Because, because ... PayPal 14!

Mozilla agrees to add DRM support to Firefox – under protest

'We don’t like it, but we have to use it'

Microsoft issues update for buggy WinPhone 8.1 mega-update

Turns out even devs don't like having their batteries killed

Republicans turn up heat on FCC over net neutrality push

GOP leaders say free internet provisions would be "antiquated regulation"

Comcast exec says wired broadband customers should pay-as-they-go

'Usage-based billing' could arrive in next 5 years

Qld government in social media policy linkrot FAIL

Public service cuts meet cut and paste in terrible video and infosec practise

New South Wales' top cybercrime cop talks to Vulture South

AusCERTBeat cops with l33t skills will team with outsiders to bolster slim fraud squad

Splice Machine revs up Derby for SQL-on-Hadoop system

Are you sitting down? What if you could replace Oracle for Hadoop. WHAT THEN?

Deflation hits Tim Cook – date with him now costs only half as much

$330,001 for lunch with Apple boss, less for other tech execs

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