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Mozilla dev dangles Chromecast clone dongle

Firefox OS clone would bring video from phones and browsers to your telly

Information Technology Supplier Advocate job abolished

Malcolm Turnbull's liking for government procurement from SMEs looks forlorn

Rejoice, Australia! SBS trials soccer and sex in one screen tech

Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV beta kicks off during World Cup

POTUS promises Trans Pacific Partnership text

Obama says currently-secret text should be ready for release come November

'Most sophisticated DDoS' ever strikes Hong Kong democracy poll

Cloudflare claims tip-off allowed it to tip traffic into sinkholes

Russian gov to dump x86, bake own 64-bit ARM chips - reports

ARM advocates and NSA back-door paranoids rejoice!

Zombie patents raid TI's wallet for $US3 million

The ghost of 3Com still stirs

Appeal to again seek code for Australia's secret election software

Curious citizen seeks crowdfunded $AUD1k to fund quest for code

Hackers steal trade secrets from major US hedge firm

Trades delayed as multi-million dollar secret sauce snaffled

Barack Obama was almost eaten by a robot giraffe

POTUS comes within snacking distance of techno-creature

Titan sprouts 'Magic Island', say astroboffins

Cassini spots something new in the Ligeia Mare as moon's weather turns

VMware seeks patent for IM chats between servers and sysadmins

M8? HLP PLS! My disks R full & d database iz dwn :-(

Wi-Fi WarKitteh and DDoS Dog to stalk Defcon 22

Pets make purrrfect pawns for surreptitious signal slurping

Jihadist fears spark new spook powers

Syrian conflict drives push to bolster ASIO

YouTube in shock indie music nuke: We all feel a little less worthy today

CommentDepressing message for small producers

For one night only – Ibsen classic gets the Dolby Atmos treatment

Immersive surround sound tech has its theatrical debut

If Google remembers whom it has forgotten, has it complied with the ECJ judgment?

CommentRiddle me this, Batman

Vulturization: 'Privacy' is fightin' words to cloud touters – they get angry

PodcastPlus: Canadians have figured out OpenStack ... surely the end is nigh?

Shift over, TV firms: LTE Broadcast will nuke current mobile telly tech

Operators love the idea - the reality's a whole new ballgame

Google's Nest flings HALF an INSTAGRAM at Dropcam buyout

Dropcam? They're the boys who build Wi-Fi webcams

Traffic lights, fridges and how they've all got it in for us

Interthreat of things

Firefighters deliver trapped student from GIANT GERMAN LADYPARTS

Playful penetration ends in emergency extraction

France frostily foists flat fizz fear on ICANN's .wine plans

ICANN50Vintners - and Steelie Neelie - whine over sour grapes

'Heartbleed-based BYOD hack' pwns insurance giant Aviva's iPhones

Slabs and mobes moved to BB10... yes, you read that right

Higgs boson even more likely to actually be Higgs boson - boffins

They're here, they're real, they're staying, declares MIT

Oracle makes Sun-sized $5bn grab for Micros Systems

Deal has 'compelling advantages' says Oracle prez

Regcast follow-up: What you think of the open hybrid cloud

IT pays to be paranoid

British Gas Twitter account hijacked by mystery phishermen

Login cred-stealing scammers get in, mayhem ensues

Mellanox gives InfiniBand a 5 BILLION PACKET/sec cloud dose

100 Gbps switch, HPC software, drinks less juice too

It's a Doddle: Amazon inks train station parcel deal with Network Rail

Delivery service to let commuters collect fresh gumble on way home

Glastonbury debuts festival wide Wi-Fi network - fitted to COWS

A moo-ving moment in Somerset shindig's history

AT&T plays Game of Thrones: Every bit as ruthless as HBO version

CommentIn the GoT, you either win or you get taken over by AT&T

Foxconn to take on 100 THOUSAND workers prior to iPhone 6 launch

Firm shifts production back home as Indian factory's future hangs in balance

How much disruptive innovation does your flash storage rig really need?

Random IO? Or just plain random?

Google starts selling Glass to Brits – for £1,000 a pop

A new breed of Glarseholes in the making?

DISPLAY DESTRUCTION D'OH! Teardown cracks Surface Pro 3 screen

Redmond's slim new tab doesn't much care for DIYers

Microsoft ups OneDrive storage, slashes prices to match Google Drive

Knows you won't use a whole terabyte, gives it to you anyway

Intel teams with Micron on next-gen many-core Xeon Phi with 3D DRAM

Introduces new 'fundamental building block of HPC systems' with Intel Omni Scale Fabric

San Francisco issues SMACKDOWN on parking spot sale software

City says Monkey Parking can't deal in public spaces

MIT boffins build 36 core processor with data-traffic smarts

Network-on-chip design uses internet-inspired scheme to solve bussing problems

Should NBN Co squeeze a server into FTTN nodes?

There's still time: node design hasn't been settled

Content control freaks are peddling futility, says iiNet

Couldn't agree more

Senate heavyweights forge bipartisan accord on phone unlocking

The right and left agree: It's just 'common sense'

Lync users see outages as Microsoft wrangles with network problems

Company claims "routing infrastructure issues" behind service woes

Search, done. Ads, done. What next for Google? Domain registration

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