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GoDaddy to try to GoPublic – again – with $100 million IPO

Domain broker will look to enter the market after 17 years private

Bitcoin ransomware racket makes bank

Thousands paid, but Durham says it won't be bowed

New Apple iOS to help fanbois thwart Wi-Fi network spies

Address-hiding trick makes fruity kit harder to track

HP targets supercomputers with Project Apollo

Box shipper explains why it's plunging hot servers into water-cooled cages

Facial recognition tech convicts man in Chicago robbery case

Handed 22 year sentence after being spotted in surveillance footage

VMware to offer converged compute and storage hardware

Update'MARVIN' is going to get lots of folks paranoid

Five eyes spies good for us: Tony Abbott

We can abuse your privacy without compromising our values says Oz PM

Cisco pitches small cells into BYOD-heavy enterprises

Seeks partners for nanocell biz

Remember Control Data? The Living Computer Museum wants YOU

Vintage coders required break out the oscilloscopes and revive ancient kit

Crypto-boffins propose safer buddy list protocol

Presence services with less privacy risk

Four years in chokey for Haxxor behind George W Bush NUDE SELFIES

My email was hacked but you don't hear me bleat says 'Guccifer'

Massive news in the micro-world: a hexaquark particle

'Didn't you hear, I come in six-packs?'*

Cunning Reg reader cracks LOHAN hot coupling condundrum

Lightbulb moment in quest for spaceplane motor heater connect

Boob Tube BOFFINS finger Red Button, trigger TELLY MAYHEM

Nothing safe as drones target credit cards, Facebook, Twitter, printers, warn security brains

Torvalds hits 'Go' button for Linux 3.15

Future 72-core Atom chippery now supported in Penguin-land

Russian Interior Ministry cuffs iPhone ransomware suspects

'Oleg Pliss', nemesis of Australian iThing owners, may be in bracelets

Dell Australia managing director steps down

Joe Kremer steps aside for Angela Fox as Adobe also shuffles the APAC C-suite

Semiconductor boffin: 3D NAND don't need NO STEENKIN' TSVs

Blocks and FilesCut out 'n' keeper for your storage primer

One EURO PATENT COURT ruling for all from 'early 2015'

Soz, inventors – delays remain likely

Silent, spacious and... well, insipid: Citroën's electric C-Zero car

ReviewNice concept but still impractical - despite its Japanese heritage

Texan parks quadcopter atop Dallas Cowboys stadium

Self-confessed 'dumbass' loses sight of chopper

HP Simplivity buyout rumours: Could it be worth HALF a BILLION?

Converged systems' corporate convergence could continue

Facebook's new self-destructing pic app SELF-DESTRUCTS

How ... ironic

HP unveils federated backup that won't get your back up ... it hopes

HP DiscoverWhat happens in Vegas, stays... oh please tell everyone

Stephen Fry MADNESS: 'New domain names GENERATE NEW IP NUMBERS'

Not surprising there are 'no signs of IP numbers giving out'

UK govt preps World War 2 energy rationing to keep the lights on

PUT THAT FACTORY LIGHT OUT!

Zuckerberg and other directors sued over gigantic packages

Shareholder claims board can award themselves as much money as they like

Chrome OS leaks data to Google before switching on a VPN, says GCHQ

UK spy-base wing in new advice for BlackBerry, and Google OSes

Apple seeks 'friendly' mouthpiece after losing tight-lipped Cotton spinner – report

Tim Cook himself reportedly leading search

Apple is KILLING OFF BONKING, cries mobe research dude

Final hope for NFC payments now rests with ... bankers

Bank of England plans to shove cyber-microscope up nation's bankers

BoE and pals will use govt intelligence to stage pen-tests at financial powerhouses

Mobe-orists, beware: Stroking while driving could land you a £4k fine

How govt works: 1. Cut legal aid, forcing guilty pleas 2. Quadruple penalties 3. ???

Pictures of elite 'Chinese military hacker' published

'Putter Panda' hack crew part of PLA SIGINT apparat, allege security bodsPeople's Republic mouthpiece: So what, the US does this too

Egghead dragged over coals for mining Bitcoin on uni supercomputer

$150k of compute power to trouser $10k in BTC

'CAPTAIN CYBORG': The wild-eyed prof behind 'machines have become human' claims

Man who pretended to be a robot fooled by robot pretending to be a man

Container-friendly Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 hits general availability

Could be fastest-adopted release ever, completely objective company claims

Oracle rewrites 'the brain' of its database to take on SAP

DRAM guzzling add-on brings Oracle's crown jewel up to date

Google to acquire satellite eye-in-sky Skybox for $500m

Another tool to be added to Google's all-seeing arsenal

Redmond patches 66 flaws on Patch Tuesday

June update also brings Flash and Surface firmware fixes

Google, Red Hat, Ubuntu, Parallels bet on virtualization's surprising successor

DockerConLibcontainer caught in open source Linux Containerization love-in

Alienware says it WILL ship a Steam Machine in 2014 – running Windows

Don't expect a fancy controller, either

Salesforce slings software for … sigh … wearables

My gum, it's THE THINGIFICATION OF SALES

Cheap, backwards-compatible PCIe 4.0 on track for 2015 2016

PCI-SIG16GT/sec interconnect dependent on the kindness of strangers

HP plots Amazon assault with bellicose Helion channel army

We few, we happy few, we band of... CLOUDS?

Kiwis get cracking with gigabit residential broadband

Copper not 'good enough' says UF CEO

Put down that sandblaster: Google adds street art to online gallery

Art Project will put 5,000 images into collection

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