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VMware reveals plan for pay-as-you-go hybrid cloud and hybrid NSX

Virtzilla's found another way to compete indirectly with AWS et al

Tech sector still loves its slaves: study

Fewer than half of kit-makers can trace their supply chain properly

Google is tech industry and world's most valuable brand as Apple rots

Sony drops from top 100 as Chinese web brands surge up the charts

Schneider Electric asks users to patch Heartbleed again

We'd have gotten away with it if it weren't for those meddling kids and their plug-ins

E-cigarettes help you quit – but may not keep you alive

Big smoking study shows vapes aren't just hot air

Son of ACTA pours fuel on IP trade fire

Leaked Transatlantic treaty text suggests USA wants in on Europe's energy supply

Chrome 35 made deaf to old speech API bug

23 flaws fixed in new version of Chocolate Factory's browser

Scoff ye not: Chap carves crunchy carrot-copter

VideoThe quadchopper drone you can eat before the cops arrive

Wacky 'baccy making a hash of FBI infosec recruitment efforts

Feds ponder lower inhalation thresholds for candidate

350 DBAs stare blankly when reminded super-users can pinch data

A password is for life, not just for Christmas

Panda-monium as Google updates key search algorithm

Panda 4.0 release will mean nervous days for Webmasters

Web firms, DON'T PANIC: The Euro Google 'right to be forgotten' isn't a problem

CommentNot for you, anyway ... but yes, it's a problem for Big Scrape

Speaking in Tech: About that rumour of Cisco BUYING Red Hat...

Podcast'Open source USED to be about replacing big, bad, commercial vendors'

JJ Abrams and Star Wars: I've got a bad feeling about this

No original ideas? Can't finish a story? Come right in, Mr Abrams

Sonos turns up volume, slips out new Wi-Fi speaker control app

Good news ... unless you're using it on an iPad ...

Amazon Prime hot air drone service goes a-recruiting

VideoWanted: Software bod and highly creative PR mounthpiece

Arrow steers boss of enterprise wing towards ops control room

Bryant takes hold of steering wheel, lets CEO drift into the clouds

Rival BT sics ad watchdog on EE: ASA growls at 'most reliable broadband' claim

Ads body says footnote qualifications don't cut it

Brits: Wanna know how late your train is? Now you can slurp straight from the source for free

National Rail Enquiries to open live database for all

Waterfront flats plan for IBM's UK HQ as housing market goes bananas

Big margins lurking near Big Blue as ever

EE boffin: 5G will be the LAST WORD in mobe tech – literally

Principal network architect says there'll never be a 6G, unless marketers get there first

Don't snap SELFIES at the polls – it may screw up voting, says official

Cameras, perfectly legal. Telling Twitter how someone voted, less so

TV body seeks attractive mobile operators for mutual action replays

+AnalysisMobile TV? Don't laugh - it might actually work

Rubber-glove time: Italy to probe TripAdvisor over 'fake reviews'

Second investigation opened into Expedia,'s deals with hotels

MacBook Air 13-inch: If you squint hard enough, you'll see a lesser-spotted Apple Price Cut

ReviewTiny speed bump, no Retina, £100 lighter

What's that crunching noise? Lenovo running over rivals' bones

'We can grow no matter the market conditions'

EBay, you keep using the word 'SECURITY'. I do not think it means what you think it means

Change your passwords – tat bazaar ransacked by hackers

PayPal Manager bug left web stores open to cyber-burglars

At least payment giant changed the locks within a day

DCC, parent of Micro P and Gem, posts 15% boost in yearly profits

Hey there US disties - what was that about local boys going out of business?

PC makers! You, between Microsoft and the tablet market! Get DOWN!

CommentBLAM BLAM. That's a Surface Pro 3 cap in yo ass

Fanbois Apple-gasm as iPhone giant finally reveals WWDC lineup

'Life will be different as a result' says oh-so-modest gadget maker

Google: The Internet of Things to become the Internet of ADVERTS ON YOUR THERMOSTAT

Giant intrusive ad company in shock intrusive ad plans

Oregon hit with federal subpoena over failed healthcare website launch

Feds want to know where $250m budget went following botched Oracle project

Google hit by class action lawsuit over claimed AdSense fraud

Serial suer takes on the Chocolate Factory again

Couchbase lashes Lite database to cloud with Sync service

Hold the phone - feel that, that's social, local, AND mobile.

Forget phones, BlackBerry's new Project Ion is all about THINGS

SolidCloudy backend promises to munch data from QNX devices

Senate decides patent reform is just too much work, waves white flag

Under pressure from lobbyists, Congresscritters throw up hands, table troll-tempering bill

Congress guts law to restrict NSA spying, civil liberty groups appalled

USA FREEDOM Act? Not so much ...

Robotics pioneer: Intelligent machines are 'scary for a lot of people'

SolidBut he has a plan to ease Luddites' fears, one that even a child can understand

California gives green light to test self-driving cars on public roads

New rules pave way for robo-car trials by multiple firms

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